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London Oxford Warwick Financial Mathematics Workshop

Workshop Warwick April 2021

Dates: Mon 4th April 2022 and Tue 5th April 2022.

Venue: MS.01 (Zeeman building), Warwick campus.

Call for speakers

We are taking submissions of proposed talks for the next London/Oxford/Warwick workshop. If you would like to give a talk you, please submit your title and abstract using this link by 5pm on Wed 26 Jan. We particularly encourage Postdocs and PhD students to submit proposed talks.


Please visit the page here to complete your registration details.

Organising Committee

John Armstrong
Sam Cohen
Roxana Dumitrescu
Martin Herdegen
Blanka Horvath
Gechun Liang

Scientific Committee



This year we plan to hold three London/Oxford/Warwick Financial Mathematics workshops to bring together researchers at our different institutions and to establish new research networks.

The first London/Oxford/Warwick Financial Mathematics Workshop took take place online on Tue 11 and Wed 12 Jan 2022. The planned face-to-face event in London had to be cancelled due to the coronavirus situation. See details under this link.

The second event (this one) will take place on Mon 4th and Tue 5th April at Warwick campus and will be held face to face.

Details of the Oxford event will be confirmed soon.


FinMathMentor Mentoring Scheme

The SIAM Activity Group on Financial Mathematics and Engineering and the Bachelier Finance Society have launched a new mentoring scheme for early career financial mathematicians and engineers from underrepresented groups. You can find out more here.


We are grateful to the Heilbronn Institute of Mathematical Research for partial funding of our workshop series. This HIMR award was funded by the Additional Funding Programme for Mathematical Sciences, a £300 million investment over a five-year period from 2020/21 to 2024/25. This new funding is being delivered by EPSRC. The Programme is providing a significant boost to the UK's world-leading mathematical sciences community, increasing support for this key discipline and increasing the pool of mathematicians able to participate in and deploy state of the art research.

We are also grateful to the Statistics Department at Warwick for partial support of the event at Warwick.