Fry Conference Series

The Fry Conference Series events are being held to celebrate the move of the School of Mathematics at the University of Bristol to the recently refurbished Fry Building. The historic, Grade II listed Fry building is situated at the heart of the university campus, providing world class facilities for teaching and research. Find out more about the Fry Building. 

Past Fry Conferences

27 – 29 March 2023 | Pure Mathematics: New Perspectives in Pure Mathematics

Organisers: David Ellis (Bristol), Céline Maistret (Bristol).

1 – 2 September 2022 | Applied Mathematics: Applied Mathematical Challenges and Recent Advances in the Micro-Mechanics of Matter

Organisers: Andrew Hogg (Bristol), Stephen Wiggins (Bristol).

Public Lecture by: Lydia Bourouiba (MIT) | Fluids and Health: From Applications to Fundamentals

6 – 8 April 2022 | Probability, Analysis and Dynamics

Organisers: Márton Balázs (Bristol), Edward Crane (Bristol), Asma Hassannezhad (Bristol), Kevin Hughes (Bristol), Thomas Jordan (Bristol), John Mackay (Bristol), Bálint Tóth (Bristol/Budapest).

16 – 17 September 2021 | Statistics: Statistics at Bristol: Future Results and You

Organisers: Haeran Cho (Bristol), Sidharth Jaggi (Bristol), Oliver Johnson (Bristol), Henry Reeve (Bristol), Sam Tickle (Bristol).

Public Lecture by: Thomas House (Manchester)

20 – 22 January 2021 | Mathematical Physics: Challenges and Recent Advances in Mathematical Physics

Organisers: Mike Blake (Bristol), Tamara Grava (Bristol/SISSA), Francesco Mezzadri (Bristol), Ashley Montanaro (Bristol), Roman Schubert (Bristol).

Public Lecture by: Alexander Bobenko (TU Berlin) | The Discrete Charm of Geometry

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