Research in Progress

Research in Progress

Research in Progress

Saturday 25 February 2023 (All day)
The Queen's College, Oxford

Research in Progress is an annual meeting of the British Society for the History of Mathematics. It provides an opportunity for research students in any area of the history of mathematics to present their work to a friendly and supportive audience.

Keynote speaker, Isobel Falconer (St Andrews)

The BSHM invites submissions from research students to give talks on the day.

Talks will be around 20 minutes each (followed by time for questions).
Research students who are interested in offering a presentation are
invited to send a proposed title and abstract (no more than 250 words)
to Christopher Hollings <christopher.hollings@maths.ox.ac.uk> by 30th
November 2022.  The organisers will be in touch shortly thereafter
with a decision.  Please also include your university affiliation and
year of study with your submission.

Registration costs will be waived for speakers, but unfortunately we
are unable to provide travel or accommodation expenses. For research students who would require travel funding, we would like to bring your attention to the ICHM grants for early career scholars which is a potential avenue to cover costs: ICHM Grants.


The day is expected to begin around 10am, and to conclude around 5pm. Further details of the conference will appear here as they become
available.

If you are concerned that there may be barriers to your taking part in
this day, please get in touch with the organisers as there may be
discretionary funding available, or ways in which we can actively
accommodate accessibility requirements through the format of the
event.

The meeting will be in person; a livestream may be possible (to be confirmed), but fully hybrid will not.