Registration has now closed. If you are a presented and are yet to register, please contact the organisers. Non-registered people may attend the public lecture on the Tuesday.
Students (in-person): £140 (early bird), £200 (late)
Students (online): £75 (early bird), £100 (late)
Academics (in-person): £225 (early bird), £300 (late)
Academics (online): £100 (early bird), £150 (late)
In-person registration fees to include delegate pack, access to all BAMC22 conference talks on Loughborough campus, refreshments and lunches.
Online registration fees to include access to BAMC22 conference talks via MS Teams.
Conference dinner (limited places, allocated on first come, first served basis): £50
Please see note regarding ongoing coronavirus uncertainty below
As part of their support for the BAMC, the funding from the LMS includes support for costs (including travel, accommodation and subsistence) for a small number of UK-based PhD students. We invite applications for a limited number of bursaries for PhD students who have no funds to support their participation at their University.
To apply, use this link and please attach a letter from your PhD supervisor confirming your student status and that you would need this support to be able to attend. The deadline for submission is the same as the abstract submission deadline [now extended to 11th February 2022].
Additionally, the LMS believes that all parents working in mathematics should be able to attend conferences/research meetings without being hindered by childcare costs and thereby administers a Childcare Supplementary Grant Scheme. Further information about this scheme can be found on the LMS website: http://www.lms.ac.uk/content/childcare-supplementary-grants
Finally, participants who might need concessions for other reasons (such as retired participants without support), may contact the organisers.
Note regarding ongoing coronavirus uncertainty:
We are preparing the conference with a predominately in-person but hybrid format (i.e. in-person but with an online option). The registration fees in different categories reflect this.
Whilst we hope that we will be able to run the conference in this way, if UK government restrictions change in a way to require us to move the conference to fully online, then our eventual fee will be lower than the above online fee (due to the different organisational cost of a fully online conference compared to a hybrid conference) and we will give the relevant refunds to participants.