15th meeting of the
North British Mathematical Physics Seminar
The fifteenth meeting of the North British Mathematical Physics
will take place on Monday 26th June 2006 at the
of York. The meeting will be held in the Department of
College, with talks in room G/020.
Coffee and tea breaks will be in G/112,
next door to the maths department coffee room, on the first floor.
- 1100-1130 Coffee
- 1130-1225 Elizabeth Winstanley (Sheffield)
richness of Einstein-Yang-Mills
- 1230-1345 Lunch
- 1345-1440 Bernd Schroers (Heriot-Watt)
fusion rules and S-duality in non-abelian gauge theory
- 1445-1540 Niall MacKay
equation and the magic square
1645-1715 Peter Larkin (York)
- 1545-1615 Tea
- 1615-1645 Simon Creek (Durham)
Brane world stars and black holes
A simple example of algebraic
Please email me to let me know if you're coming.
Maps of York showing the location of the university campus can be
obtained hereand here. Mathematics
is in Goodricke College, building 24 on the campus
map. Here is the map
of car parks on campus. The taxi fare from the railway station is
£7. Buses are every 10 minutes -- you will need exact change of
£1.50 for your ticket. The station is on the
north-west side of York while the campus is about a mile and a half
of the city centre: the walk takes about 35 minutes.
Drinks and biscuits will be provided free of
We'll have lunch on campus (paying individually), at Wentworth College
(with its award-winning chef!).
Limited funds are available to help with travel expenses of
those with no other source of funding, especially postgraduate students
and postdocs. Please book early to take advantage of the cheaper
advance-purchase train fares.