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Early Career Mathematicians' Conference Autumn 2013

The IMA Early Career Mathematicians' 2013 Autumn Conference will take place on Saturday 16th November 2013 at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow. The conference aims to bring together Mathematics students and Mathematicians in the early stages of their careers, from both academia and industry, for a day of entertaining activities and talks from a range of people with a variety of backgrounds and interests.

This ever popular event is open to anybody with an interest in maths and is a great opportunity to meet Mathematicians from around the country at similar stages in their careers to you, and maybe even discover a career option that you had never considered before!

Jacqueline Bishop AMIMA, Conference Leader, IMA Early Career Mathematicians' Autumn Conference 2013


09:30 - 09:55       Registration

09:55 - 10:00       Welcome

10:00 - 10:30       Gillian Carson – Title TBC – Morgan Stanley

10:30 - 11:00       Graeme West – "Automated intelligent analysis of nuclear power plant data" – University of Strathclyde

11:00 - 11:20       Break

11:20 - 11:50       Speaker to be confirmed

11:50 - 12:20       Cameron Mackay – Adventures of a Mathematician in Safety Science – Unilever

12:20 - 13:20       Lunch

13:20 - 13:50       Leigh-Ann Scott – Title TBC – Dalziel High School, Motherwell

13:50 - 14:20       Natacha Lord – A career path to quantitative analyst – Moody’s Risk Management Services

14:20 - 14:40       Break

14:40 - 15:40       Panel session

15:40 - 16:10       Erica Tyson - IMA University Liaison Officer

16:10 - 16:25       ECM / Close.

Please note that times are subject to change.

Conference Fees

IMA Student                      £15

IMA e-Student                  £20

Non-IMA Student            £25

IMA Member                    £25

Non-IMA Member          £45

Further information:

As you will note, fees are reduced for IMA members and IMA students, not only for this conference, but for all IMA conferences. For further information on joining the IMA, including “IMA Student” grade, please visit:


And for further information to students, including the “IMA e-Student” grade:


For registration and further information on this conference, please contact the Conference Office at conferences@ima.org.uk  or +44 (0) 1702 354020 or visit the conference webpage:


Pamela Bye

Conference Support Officer

Institute of Mathematics and its Applications

Tel: 01702 354020

Charity Registration number 1017777


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Jacqueline Bishop@ima.org.uk

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University of Strathclyde
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