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Wei Yeung Lam
Holomorphic quadratic differentials on graphs
Located in Academic Departments / Mathematics
Blog Entry European Law: public seminars and human rights conference
The Centre for European Law and Integration (CELI) which is part of our School of Law celebrates its tenth anniversary this year with a series of public seminars and a one-day conference.
Located in News and Events / / 2010 Archive / October
Blog Entry Seminars triple bill: Ad agencies, Aztecs and internet search engines
If you’ve got a free afternoon next Wednesday (5 May) you could take in three seminars which demonstrate the breadth of ideas and interest at the University of Leicester.
Located in News and Events / / 2010 Archive / April
Blog Entry 19th century literary celebrity culture explored
The School of English presents a ‘Midlands Romantic Seminar’ on Thursday 11 March, an opportunity – open to all – to hear about the later lives of three famous 19th century writers and how they were documented by contemporary biographers.
Located in News and Events / / 2010 Archive / March
Graph Theory and Applications mini symposium
The department will hold a mini-symposium on graph theory and applications, to coincide with a visit by Professor Arumugam from the National Centre for Advanced Research in Discrete Mathematics (n-CARDMATH) in India .
Located in Academic Departments / Informatics / News and Events
Invited Speakers 2013/14
Located in Academic Departments / Psychology / Research
New EU Funding for Social Science, Arts & Humanities Research
Located in Offices / Research Support Services / News, Events and Training
Located in Academic Departments / Mathematics / Research
Blog Entry Leicester sociologist on the pressurised political interview
Seminar for the Department of Sociology on 12 October.
Located in News and Events / / 2011 Archive / October
Blog Entry Literature and Limericks: why Poetry Matters
Our School of Education hosts its final seminar in a series looking at the importance of teaching and reading poetry
Located in News and Events / / 2012 Archive / January

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