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Postgraduate Seminar

The Postgraduate Seminar is a weekly event where both speakers and the audience consist of postgraduate students. The talks are 50 minutes long and are normally on the speaker's research project or on a topic they may find particularly interesting. This also provides a valuable opportunity to enhance skills in communicating mathematics to a large group of people. Talks are usually aimed at a general audience so it is not necessary to have any specific previous knowledge. Postgraduate students should expect to give at least one talk during their degree.

After the seminar, the speaker and audience members are invited to a FREE common lunch where discussion may proceed in an informal fashion.