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Today Welcome – you maybe ARE thinking about graduate research in the Mathematical Sciences Today we describe research possibilities in Pure, Statistics and Applied at Brunel, City, Imperial, Kent, Kings, LSE, QMUL and UCL All of the above institutions contribute jointly to the LTCC You, as an MPhil /PhD student, would start to attend some LTCC courses next year

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The plan 12:00-12:20 Brief overviews of our Pure Maths, Statistics, Applied Maths 12:20-12:50 Peter Cameron (talk) 12:50-13:30 Roundtable: Department views, discussion and questions 13:30-14:50 Lunchtime chat & informal talks 14:50-15:30 Roundtable (continued) 15:30-16:00 Sofia Olhede (talk) 16:00-16:30 Igor Smolyarenko & Oliver Kerr (talk) Close

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The LTCC:- was set up /funded by EPSRC broadens your mathematical background is based in central London runs Basic courses (mostly for year 1) Advanced courses (for later years) Intensive courses (on hot topics)

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