Welcome below, major announcements will be made at the top of this page.

Thank you for attending the BAMC

Certificates of attendance

We have received quite a few requests for a certificate of attendance. We are very happy to supply one for those who need it e.g. for their funders, if you email d.n.sibley@lboro.ac.uk (as standard it will note “certificate of attendance”, your name and affiliation, and the conference and dates – if you need anything else included this can be easily done)

Registration has closed. If you are presenting and still need to register, please contact the organisers. Non-registered people may attend the public lecture on the Tuesday.

New information about the progamme: (for the conference overview and plenary sessions see programme or the programme booklet below). Schedules for minisymposia and contributed talk, a list of posters, and the full book of abstracts (for all contributed talks, posters, and minisymposium talks) are available on the Abstracts and minisymposia tab. The programme booklet is available a few paragraphs below here.

MS Teams links

Participants must have registered to join us online via MS Teams. Whilst the recommend method to join us is to open your MS Teams client and find out “British Applied Mathematics Colloquium” channel, we provide a link here in case people wish to use it
The BAMC team should be available here (to registered participants)

Talks information

All talks will be delivered via MS Teams (for in-person participants this will be enabled in rooms). All talks have a timeslot of 20minutes – approximately 15 minutes for the talk, 2 minutes for questions and then some time for changeover.

Ideally bring your talk on a USB stick, with a backup in the cloud somewhere.

Posters information

An email has been sent to all poster presenters about providing a digital copy as a PDF by 4th April 2022. Please get in touch if you have not received it.

Programme booklet

Our conference programme booklet is available below. In-person participants will receive a physical copy at registration. Information (such as some talk scheduling) is likely to change due to cancellations, so please look at the digital schedules for up-to-date information.

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. This will be a hybrid conference with events mostly in person, but enabling online attendees also.

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