Accommodation on a Bed and Breakfast basis, and optional evening meals, is available in the John Foster Hall. Here is a map indicated the way between the Main Site and John Foster Hall.
Coaches will be provided to and from the University before the first talk and after the last event each afternoon.
It is anticipated that the first talks on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday will start at 9.15am, and talks will finish on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at about 6pm. The formal meeting shall start on Monday at 3pm, but there are a few "satellite" activities related to some of the workshops that will begin earlier on the Monday.
The conference dinner will be held on the evening of Wednesday 20 April. Other events will be announced later.
Pre-meeting activities on Monday 18 April
There are several activities on Monday 18 April before the start of the main BMC meeting at 3.30pm. These include meetings of various LMS`Scheme 3' research networks such as BLOC in algebra, the TTT in topology and the Harmonic Analysis network.
On Monday PhD students and other early career researchers present volunteered talks on in a dedicated, informal session. The schedule of the event is available here.
There is a Poster Competition for PhD students kindly sponsored by Oxford University Press. Posters will be displayed throughout the meeting with judging taking place on the Wednesday 20th.
Registration is £70 (£35 for PhD students). Accommodation is available each of the nights of 17th, 18th, 19th and 20th April at a cost of £40 bed and breakfast per night; rooms are in the University Halls of residence and are en suite. The conference dinner will be £30 and will be held at the Halls of Residence on the evening of 19th. A standard dinner at a cost of £16 may be booked at the Halls on either the 17th or 18th.
How to reach the University of Leicester
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