Reto Buzano (Mueller), School of Mathematical Sciences, Queen Mary University of London

Brussels-London Geometry Seminar XI - May 31, QMUL, 2017


I am in the scientific committee of the Brussels-London Geometry Seminar since 2013, but was the main organisier of this 11th instance of the seminar, the first one to take place at QMUL. The speakers of this 1-day event were:

Paul Feehan (Rutgers University, USA)
Gerhard Huisken (University of Tübingen, Germany)
Peter Topping (University of Warwick, UK)

Download the Campus Map 2017 (all talks took place in room PP1 in the People's Palace building, building 16 on the map, next to the Queen's building where the School of Maths has recently moved to) and the List of Participants or visit the Brussels-London Geometry Seminar Website. Coffee and lunch was served in the People's Palace LG01 (all participants were invited).

This seminar was financially supported by my Queen Mary Research Enabling Fund as well as a grant from the London Mathematical Society. I would like to thank QMUL and LMS for this support.



Geometric Analysis Day 1 - April 3, QMUL, 2017


I was the organiser of this 1-day workshop with the following four speakers:

Gerard Besson (Institut Fourier, Grenoble)
Tobias Lamm (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)
Barbara Nelli (Universita dell'Aquila)
Huy Nguyen (Queen Mary University of London)

Download the Campus Map 2017 (all talks took place in room PP1 in the People's Palace building, building 16 on the map, next to the Queen's building where the School of Maths has recently moved to), the List of Participants, and the Timetable (including titles of talks). Coffee and lunch was served in the People's Palace Foyer (all participants were invited).

The workshop was financially supported by my EPSRC grant (number EP/M011224/1) and Queen Mary University of London. I would like to thank EPSRC and QMUL for this support.



Geometric Flows Workshop - January 5-8, QMUL, 2016


This was an internationally attended 4-day workshop that I organised and that also incorporated the Junior Warwick-Imperial-Cambridge seminar. The speakers of the main conference were:

Esther Cabezas-Rivas (Frankfurt)
Pau Figueras (QMUL)
Panagiotis Gianniotis (UCL)
Robert Haslhofer (Toronto)
Tobias Lamm (Karlsruhe)
Jason Lotay (UCL)
Sylvain Maillot (Montpellier)
Mario Micallef (Warwick)
Andre Neves (Imperial)
Huy Nguyen (Queensland)
Melanie Rupflin (Oxford)
Ben Sharp (Pisa)
Giuseppe Tinaglia (KCL)
Peter Topping (Warwick)

Speakers of the Junior WIC seminar (with shorter talks on Wednesday) were:

Otis Chodosh (Cambridge)
Dejan Gajic (Cambridge)
Cecile Huneau (Cambridge)
Hassan Jolany (Lille)
Dan Ketover (Imperial)
Kai Zheng (Warwick)

Download the Campus Map 2016 (all talks took place in the Maths Lecture Theatre in the Maths Department, building 27 on the map), the List of Participants (of both the main conference and the junior WIC event), the Timetable of Talks, and the list of Titles and Abstracts. Coffee, lunch, and the Tuesday evening wine reception were served in the Maths Foyer, the social dinner on Wednesday evening took place at the Morgan Arms (all participants were invited).

The workshop was financially supported by my EPSRC grant (number EP/M011224/1) and Queen Mary University of London. I would like to thank EPSRC and QMUL for this support.