Welcome below, major announcements will be made at the top of this page. The BAMC will have talks in minsymposia and as standard contributed talks (abstract submission will be available soon).

New information about accommodation, registration and abstract submission is now available (see the relevant tabs).

Call for minisymposia

The deadline for proposals is 10 December 2021, submission via the “Abstracts and minisymposia” tab or here


Early bird registration now open via the registration tab or here

The BAMC is the UK’s largest applied mathematics conference bringing together students, academics and industry professionals to discuss recent advances within the field.

In 2022 the BAMC will be hosted at Loughborough University, from 11th-13th April 2022. We hope to have a hybrid conference with events mostly in person, but enabling online attendees also (but definitive information remains TBA at present).

Some of the plenary speakers are now confirmed, see the Programme page for more details.

The Department of Mathematical Sciences at Loughborough University has lots going on in applied mathematics, including the research conducted in The Centre for Nonlinear Mathematics and Applications and The Interdisciplinary Centre for Mathematical Modelling. We look forward to welcoming you at our dynamic university.

This will be the 63rd instance of the British Applied Mathematics Colloquium / British Theoretical Mechanics Colloquium, and the 2nd at Loughborough University (previously held in 1996). For past locations of the conference see the History page.

Andrew Archer, Karima Khusnutdinova, Anatoly Neishtadt and David Sibley
BAMC 2022 Organising committee

Sponsors and funding

The organisers are grateful to the various organisations who are supporting BAMC2022. Thank you to the following

The IMA (Institute of Mathematics & its Applications)

The LMS (London Mathematical Society)

The QJMAM Fund for Applied Mathematics (The Quarterly Journal of Mechanics & Applied Mathematics)

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SIAM UKIE (Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland Section)


The Stewartson Memorial Fund

…and more to follow. If you would be interested in supporting us or being an exhibitor please contact the organisers at d.n.sibley@lboro.ac.uk