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A listing of mathematics-related events for the public (say, up to and including undergraduate-level). Note: only countries are present for which an event has been listed - add your country to the list! Please contact me if you would like an event included; I can't promise to include everything but I will do my best. I cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information given – please check the links given in case of updates or corrections.

 

Events which are online are available everywhere subject to internet restrictions and are listed under letter O.


This list last updated: 26 February, 2014

 

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Argentina

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Australia

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Belgium

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Canada

MathsJam
Guelph, MB: second last Tuesday each month, from 7pm
Oshawa, ON: second last Tuesday each month, from 8pm
Winnipeg, MB: second last Tuesday each month, from 7pm

China

MathsJam
Suzhou: second last Tuesday of each month, from 7pm
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Denmark

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France

Public Event
"Salon des jeux mathématiques"
Decazeville (12), vendredi 27 et samedi 28 février
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Germany

Public Event
Mathematischer Salon by Andrew Ranicki and Carmen Rovi (piano)
Bonn, Thursday, May 7 at 8 p.m.
Public Event
Mathematischer Salon by Winfried Scharlau, Karin Lorenz (violin) & Andrea Thiele (harp)
Bonn, Thursday, November 5 at 8 p.m.
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Hong Kong

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India

MathsJam
Mumbai: Saturday before second last Tuesday each month, from 7pm

Ireland

MathsJam
Dublin: second last Tuesday of each month, from 7pm
George Boole 200 event
"George Boole the life and the man" by Olivia Frawley
Cork, Monday, 23rd March, 7pm

Italy

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Japan

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Korea (Republic of)

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New Zealand

MathsJam
Auckland: second last Tuesday of each month, from 7pm

Norway

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Online

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Portugal

MathsJam
Lisbon: second last Tuesday each month, from 7pm
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Singapore

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South Africa

MathsJam
Cape Town: last Tuesday of each month, from 7pm

Spain

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Sweden

MathsJam
Lund: Saturday before second last Tuesday each month, from 7pm

Switzerland

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Taiwan

MathsJam
Taipai: last Tuesday of each month, from 7pm
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United Kingdom

MathsJam
Various towns, usually meets second last Tuesday of each month, around 7pm
Exhibition
"All Shapes and Sizes", curated by The Quilt Museum
York, Saturday January 24–Saturday May 9
Exhibition
"Queen of the Sciences: a celebration of numbers and the London Mathematical Society"
London, until Friday 18th December.
Public Lecture
"7 things you need to know about prime numbers" by Vicky Neale
Bristol, Tuesday 24th February at 6pm
Public Lecture
"Martin Gardner - Skeptic Supreme" by Colm Mulcahy
Nottingham, Thursday February 26th at 7.30pm. Free by £3 donation suggested.
Public Lecture
"Mathemagic with Cards" by Colm Mulcahy
Liverpool, Monday 2nd March, 5.30–6.30pm. £2 admission on the door.
Public Lecture
"Using mathematics to help the bottom billion: epidemiology and control of neglected tropical diseases" by Deirdre Hollingsworth
Birmingham, Tuesday March 3 at 6pm.
Public Lecture
"Maths for the Masses" by Marcus du Sautoy
London, Tuesday 3rd March, 6pm for 6.30, followed by reception. Email to register via weblink.
Public Lecture
"From ants to embryos: applying mathematical modelling to biological systems" by Louise Dyson
Birmingham, Tuesday March 3 at 6pm.
Cambridge Science Festival
Various mathematical events helpfully assembled by plus magazine
Cambridge, Monday March 9–Sunday March 22.
Public Lecture
"Two Losses Make a Win: How a Physicist Surprised Mathematicians" by Tony Mann
London, Monday March 16, 6pm
Public Lecture
"Cantor's Infinities" by Raymond Flood
London, Tuesday, 17 March, 1pm
Public Lecture
"When Fridges Attack- Robots, Artificial Intelligence and Our Future" by Peter McOwen
Liverpool, Wednesday 18th March, 5.30–6.30pm. £2 admission on the door.
Public Lecture
"Symmetry in Mathematics and Art" by Sarah Hart
Nottingham, Tuesday 24th March at 7.30.
Public Lecture
"Analysing Complex Systems: is Simulation Always the Only or Best Way?" by Mike Tanner
Manchester, Wednesday 15th April, 6pm.
Public Lecture
"Powers of Two" by Kirsty Wan
Birmingham, Tuesday April 28 at 6pm
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United States of America

MathsJam
Houston, TX: second last Tuesday each month, from 7pm
New York, NY: second last Tuesday each month, from 7pm
Public Lecture
HW Ritchy Lecture by Keith Devlin
Ogden, Utah, Thursday February 26 at 7pm
Public Lecture
"Poetry, Drumming, and Mathematics" by Manjul Bhargava
New York, Wednesday March 4 at 4.00 and 6.30pm. Register via weblink.
Public Lecture
"Cancer by the Numbers" by Simon Tavaré
Washington, DC, Saturday March 7 at 5pm.
Public Lecture
"Mathematics of Cooking" by Michael Brenner and Mark Ladner
Providence, RI, Tuesday, March 17, 6:30PM. Free but advance reservation needed (see weblink).
Public Lecture
"Can computers be mathematicians" by Timothy Gowers
Carlisle PA, Thursday March 26 at 7pm.
Public Event
National Math Festival by MSRI & IAS in cooperation with the Smithsonian Institution
Washington D.C., Saturday April 18 from 1000am, E.T.
 

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