Postgraduate Seminar Series (PSS)

The Postgraduate Seminar Series (PSS) is a series of talks given by postgraduate students in the Department of Mathematical Sciences, to an audience of postgraduate students. It is an opportunity for postgraduates to gain experience of presenting in a relaxed environment, to learn about other areas of mathematics by listening to accessible talks, and to get to know more about other postgraduates in the department and their research interests.


PSS will resume for the 2017/18 academic year on Thursday 5th October with a talk from this year's organiser, Ben Robinson, who will give a brief introduction to the theory and applictions of optimal transport.

This first seminar will be followed by 11 further weekly seminars in Semester 1.

If you would like to give a talk in the first semeseter of this year, please let me know, no later than Friday 22nd September.

Watch this space for the full schedule of talks. Titles and abstracts will usually be uploaded one week prior to the seminar.

Summer 2017

A series of five talks ran during the summer.

Here is an archive of the abstracts for the Postgraduate (Summer) Seminar Series.

Previous years

See Dan Green's webpage for talks given in previous years.