BMC/BAMC 2020 is postponed until April 2021.

For information, the global timetable for the postponed 2020 event is below. We expect the scientific programme of events available in 2021 to be very similar.


For BMC/BAMC 2020, the plenary speakers will be:

      • Jose A. Carrillo, QJMAM lecture (Imperial College/Oxford)
      • Sascha Hilgenfeldt, Stewartson lecture (Illinois)
      • Ciprian Manolescu, LMS Lecture (Stanford)
      • David Rand, Lighthill lecture (Warwick)
      • Bernd Sturmfels (Berkeley)
      • Catharina Stroppel, (Bonn)

The Public Lecture will be delivered by

      • Moon Duchin (Tufts)

BMC Morning Speakers include:

      • Kevin Buzzard (Imperial)
      • Mark Gross (Cambridge)
      • Heather Harrington (Oxford)
      • Ailsa Keating (Cambridge)
      • Jon Keating (Bristol)
      • Minhyong Kim (Oxford)
      • Daniela Kuhn (Birmingham)
      • Xin Li (Queen Mary University, London)
      • Antony Maciocia (Edinburgh)
      • Tristan Rivière (ETH Zurich)
      • Colva Roney-Dougal (St Andrews)
      • Bernd Schroers (Heriot-Watt)
      • Michael Singer (UCL)
      • Nathalie Wahl (Copenhagen)

There will be 28 BAMC minisymposia. The final list is shown below.

      • Applied algebra and geometry
      • Dispersive hydrodynamics and applications
      • Eddies in geophysical fluid dynamics
      • Front propagation in PDE, probability and applications
      • Frontiers in asymptotic analysis for the sciences
      • Growth and remodelling in soft tissues
      • Integrating dynamical systems with data driven methods
      • Machine learning algorithms and applications
      • Mathematical and computational modelling of blood flow
      • Mathematical and physical challenges in anisotropic soft matter
      • Mathematical aspects of non-equilibrium statistical mechanics
      • Mathematical challenges in spatial ecology
      • Mathematics for data science
      • Mathematics for materials science
      • Mathematics of the water, energy and food security nexus
      • Multiscale modelling of infectious diseases
      • Multiscale modelling, simulations, and experiments. Interdisciplinary challenges and applications to real-world biophysical systems
      • Networks, collective behaviour and applications
      • Progress and trends in mathematical modelling of cardiac function
      • Recent advances in multi-physics modelling of interfacial flows
      • Recent advances in nonlinear internal and surface waves
      • Recent developments in magnetohydrodynamics and dynamo theory
      • Spatial networks and their applications
      • Stochastic models in biology informed by data
      • The mathematics of gas-liquid foams
      • Theory and modelling of liquid crystalline fluids
      • Tracking cellular processes through the scales
      • Variational methods in geophysical fluid dynamics

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