
The School of Mathematics runs a wide variety of weekly seminars, several series of less frequent meetings and many oneoff conferences and schools.
 Events diary
 Analysis seminars
The analysis seminar targets an audience with interest in analysis, broadly interpreted, and its applications or simply with interest in pure mathematics.
 Applied mathematics seminars
Research seminars on a broad range of topics within applied mathematics including nonlinear waves, mathematical biology, and the dynamics of nonlinear and complex systems.
 Mathematical physics seminars
The main research areas covered in this seminar include classical and quantum mechanics, general relativity, geometry,integrable systems, spectral theory, theory of partial differential equations.
 Mathematical reviews seminars
These are lunchtime survey talks by members of academic staff on mathematical topics of wide interest..
 Mathematics education seminars
 Stochastic analysis seminars
The stochastic analysis seminar mainly covers some fundamental problems in stochastic analysis, stochastic ordinary differential equations and stochastic partial differential equations.
 School of Mathematics colloquia
An occasional series of talks of topics of wide interest
 Integrable days at Loughborough
A series of workshops on various aspects of integrable systems.
 East Midlands Mathematical Physics Seminars
These are organised by a Joint Research Group (supported by the London Mathematical Society under a Scheme 3 grant) gathering people from Loughborough University, University of Nottingham, and University of Leicester. The meetings are usually in the halfday format, with several talks; they take place at Loughborough, Nottingham or Leicester.
 Midlands Mathematics Education Seminar network
A regional network of seminars on mathematics education which rotates between the Universities of Birmingham, Leicester, Loughborough, Nottingham, Oxford and Warwick.
Recent international conferences

