Plenary speakers include:

      • Ciprian Manolescu (UCLA)
      • Catharina Stroppel (Bonn)
      • Bernd Sturmfels (Berkeley)
      • Sarah Waters (Oxford)

The Stewartson lecturer will be:

      • Sascha Hilgenfeldt (Illinois)

The Lighthill lecturer will be:

      • David Rand (Warwick)

The public lecture will be delivered by

      • Moon Duchin (Tufts)

The confirmed morning BMC speakers are:

      • Mark Gross (Cambridge)
      • Heather Harrington (Oxford)
      • Lotte Hollands (Heriot Watt)
      • Ailsa Keating (Cambridge)
      • Jon Keating (Bristol)
      • Daniela Kuhn (Birmingham)
      • Minhyong Kim (Oxford)
      • Xin Li (QMUL)
      • Nathalie Wahl (Copenhagen)
      • with more TBC in late summer 2019.

There will be many BAMC minisymposia:

      • These will be confirmed in 2019, but will definitely include:
      • Mathematical Biology, Mechanics of Materials, MHD and Soft Tissue Mechanics.

There will be in total 9 BMC workshop sessions, with 6 parallel sessions every afternoon. The confirmed topics are:

      • Algebra & Representation Theory
      • Mathematical Physics
      • Number Theory
      • Operator Algebras
      • Analysis
      • Topology
      • Algebraic Geometry
      • Group Theory
      • Combinatorics

The full program will be announced in early 2020.