Subject

15

Date & time

Thu, 15 Nov 2018
10:45 - 15:45

Venue

Emmanuel Centre, London
9 - 23 Marsham Street
London, SW1P 3DW

Ticket price

£19 + VAT* *Plus one complimentary staff ticket per ten students

About this day

Do your students wonder what mathematicians do?

At our interactive and inspirational day they will discover how classroom maths is used by people every day in fields from statistics and engineering to research mathematics. Five renowned speakers from universities, industries and the media reveal mathematics at its very best and your students will have a whole lot of fun along the way!

Programme & speakers

Tor, statistics and the dark net Cerys Bradley, UCL

The dark net is a part of the internet designed to let users hide their identity. Cerys will shine a light on this private world of political activism, cybercrime and more using the immense power of statistics.

Cerys Bradley

About Cerys Bradley

Cerys uses maths to investigate the impact of law enforcement interventions on Dark Net Market users. She is interested in Privacy Enhancing Technologies and Cybercrime.

The art of solving real world problems Nira Chamberlain, Babcock International Group

Nira will show us how mathematical modelling can be used to create a computer virus, make a Formula 1 car go faster and simulate a world economical crash.

Nira Chamberlain

About Nira Chamberlain

Nira has over 20 years of experience at writing mathematical models/simulation algorithms that solve complex industrial problems. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (IMA).

The numbers of structures Roma Agrawal, Structural Engineer

Ever wondered how the bridges, buildings and tunnels which surround us in the city were designed and built? Roma will show you how people, cars, nature and materials are turned into numbers to make sure our structures don’t collapse.

Roma Agrawal

About Roma Agrawal

Roma, an award winning broadcaster and structural engineer is described as “the new voice of women talking about science and engineering and making it cool” by The Telegraph.

Voting for Goats Matt Pritchard, Scientist and Magician

From TV game shows to General Elections we’re often forced to make choices based on numbers. In this interactive show Dr Matt Pritchard will reveal how our brains can be easily tricked and what we can do boost our critical thinking.

Matt Pritchard

About Matt Pritchard

Dr Matt Pritchard is an award-winning magician (and member of the magic circle), comedian and creative communicator. His amazing performances both inspire and inform.