Royal Holloway, University of London Department of Mathematics
Pure Mathematics Seminars Spring 2000

11th January Nick Trefethen Oxford
Spectra and pseudospectra of nonsymmetric random matrices
18th January Alan Prince Heriot-Watt
Flag-transitive affine planes
25th January William Chambers Kings College London
Linear complexities of self-shrinking and related generators, and some related complexities Abstract
1st February Andrew Waters Indicii Salus
An introduction to the complexity of arithmetic
8th February Rachel Shipsey Goldsmiths
Elliptic divisibility sequences and their applications in cryptography Abstract
15th February Glyn Harman Royal Holloway
One hundred years of normal numbers
22nd February Siaw-Lynn Ng Royal Holloway
The composition of ideal secret sharing schemes
29th February Rögnvaldur G. Möller University of Iceland
Highly arc transitive digraphs
7th March Bridget Webb Open University
Infinite designs and Fisher's Inequality Abstract
14th March Stephan Daniel Cardiff
An improvement of Hölder's inequality and its application to counting problems

This page lists this term's Pure Mathematics Seminars. All are welcome. All seminars will take place in the McCrea Building, Room 219. All seminars are at 4.00pm. Tea is served before the seminar at 3.30 in Room 237 of the McCrea Building.

The college is on the A30 about a mile south-west of Egham. The nearest station is Egham on the Waterloo--Reading line; see Railtrack for timetable information. Buses from the top of Station Road (Nos 41, 43, 441 and 500) stop at the College. See the College web page for maps and more detailed directions.

See here for last term's seminars.

Any comments or questions about this page or the seminar? Email Simon Blackburn