Some of the conference-wide Plenary Lectures were streamed live (the archives can be accessed by clicking on the titles):
Programme Available On-line
The programme of the meeting is available on-line at tinyurl.com/bmc-bamc including, in PDF form (with clickable links):
- The Conference Booklet; a hard-copy of this booklet was handed out at registration.
- The Booklet of Abstracts. We asked delegates to use the on-line version (either the standard version or the small-devices version); please note the "Table of Contents" and "Index" active links at the bottom of each page. A few versions of this booklet were available at the conference desk in the CMS.
- An Addendum to the above material.
In addition, the following pages (extracted from the above documents) are available as web pages:
All timetabled talks included at least 2 minutes of questions and 1 minute changeover between speakers. For
example, a 20-minute slot provided time for a 17-minute presentation at maximum. Session chairs were
asked to stick rigidly to the timetable to allow delegates to switch between talks in different rooms.
Plenary and Sectional Lectures
Mini-Symposia and Workshops
Contributed Talks and Posters
As usual, there were contributory speaker-sessions on the BAMC side of the conference, and contributory poster-sessions on both sides of the conference. The deadline for abstract submission (previously available at http://www.bmc-bamc2015.maths.cam.ac.uk/openconf) was 7th February 2015.
150th Anniversary of the LMS
The programme on Wednesday 1st April took the form of a celebration of the 150th Anniversary of the LMS. There was a LMS Reception in the early evening.
On Wednesday 1st April there was a Conference Dinner at Churchill College, with an after-dinner speech by Philip Nelson, Chief Executive of EPSRC.
Cambridge University Press Receptions
There was an Opening Reception at the Centre for Mathematical Sciences and a Women-in-Mathematics Reception at the CUP bookshop, both sponsored by Cambridge University Press.
- A special session on The Future of Proof, sponsored by The Social Machine of Mathematics, with Ursula Martin (Oxford), June Barrow-Green (Open), Tim Gowers (Cambridge), Andrew Pitts (Cambridge), and David Tranah (Cambridge University Press).
- An IMA Lighthill-Thwaites Prize Mini-Symposium, when each short-listed candidate for the IMA Lighthill-Thwaites Prize will present a paper.
- Students Prizes, sponsored by SIAM, for the best contributed talks and posters by students.
There were stands and/or exhibitions by:
- Oxford University Press, including the Quarterly Journal of Mechanics and Applied Mathematics
- Cambridge University Press
- Taylor & Francis
- Heffers - Blackwells
- The American Mathematical Society: Bookstore
- The London Mathematical Society
- The Institute of Mathematics & its Applications