Geometry and Physics: Past, Present and Future
Michael Atiyah OM FRS FRSE
Geometry and Physics have
had a long and close association from
17.00 Monday 17 January 2011
The distinguished lecture is aimed at a broad spectrum of scientists interested in the frontiers of mathematical research with applications and roots in theoretical physics and the other sciences. The Founding President of the Society, Professor Sir John Cadogan CBE FRSE PLSW FRS will take the chair. The event is open to anyone, with a tea from 16.15 in the Council Chamber, and a wine reception in the Viriamu Jones Gallery following the lecture. For further information and to register for the event, contact Professor David Evans, EvansDE@cf.ac.uk, Cardiff School of Mathematics. The closing date for registration is Friday, 7 January 2011.
Michael is one of the most eminent and influential mathematicians of the last
century. He has been President of the
Royal Society, Master of Trinity College,
Frontiers is a lecture series in which distinguished academics are invited to speak about the frontiers of research and to place their own contributions in context.
lecture is funded by the European Research Training Network in Noncommutative
Geometry. The event is hosted by the Wales Institute of Mathematical and
Computational Sciences at
The poster for this event can be downloaded here.