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Friday, 17 June 2011

Facebook: London University Maths Societies - IMA

Some time ago Peter Rowlett and I set up an IMA presence on Facebook called London University Maths Societies - IMA. The purpose of this page is to publicise mathematical events and meetings happening in the London area that are of interest to London based maths students. An added benefit is that it enables maths students from different universities to network and thus gain support /ideas for Maths Society activities.

We now have a new volunteer who has agreed to take over the administration of this page. James Howe will be graduating from the University of Greenwich this year and is hoping to take up a place on a Masters course in Cryptography at Royal Holloway. He has agreed to update the page regularly.

Please advertise this page to anyone involved in a London University Maths Society. People can email me (n.bradshaw@gre.ac.uk) if they want an event publicised and I will forward these to James.

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