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The King's Mathematical Colloquium is the main periodic mathematical event at King's College London. Internationally prestigious speakers from all areas of Pure and Applied Mathematics provide an overview of their research topics, introduce their current investigations and give their perspective on future advancements in the field. The Colloquium is aimed at a general mathematical audience: students and researchers from all fields of mathematics and physics have the opportunity to hear about new stimulating ideas and relevant research problems.

The Colloquium is open to the public and usually takes place at 15:30 on the first Tuesday of the month, although we may exceptionally consider a different schedule to accommodate our guests. Events will take place both in person and online. Due to limited room capacity, please register if you would like to attend the event.