Cardiff is the capital city of Wales. The city is proud of its culture, history and language and is currently in a very exciting period of expansion, with a huge amount of shopping opportunities, great cuisine and amazing historiical sites. Cardiff will provide an excellent venue for this year's meeting and we really hope you will enjoy the city as much as the study workshop.
Getting to Cardiff
Cardiff is served by an international airport, mainline rail links and national motorways so getting here couldn't be easier. The 'Visit Cardiff' website has all the details you will need to plan your journey.
Study Group Venue - Cardiff University
Cardiff is one of Britain’s major teaching and research universities. Located in the centre of the capital city of Wales, it has an international reputation for the quality of its work which attracts staff and students from around the world. Cardiff School of Mathematics has a strong research ethic and prides itself on fostering world class research in some of the most significant areas in mathematics. Research extends across several areas, notably Analysis and Differential Equations, Applied Mathematics, Mathematical Physics, Operational Research and Statistics.
Accommodation and Conference Dinner
Accommodation for the study group will be provided at a city centre hotel. Please indicate your accommodation needs by completing the registration form.
The study group dinner will take place on the evening of the 6th April. It will be held at Aberdare Hall, Cardiff University. More information on the dinner will be given on the first day of the conference but if you have any dietry requirements please indicate this on the registration form.