Department of Mathematics

Conference on Calculus of Variations, PDE, and Geometric Measure Theory

A Conference on Calculus of Variations, PDE, and Geometric Measure Theory will take place at the Department of Mathematics, University of Sussex 7-8 September 2015.
The purpose of this meeting is to discuss recent developments in these areas, and to explore future directions for common interaction.

The conference will be held in the Pevensey 1 Building room 1A6(no. 51 on campus map).

Campus map [PDF 2.95MB]

The event programme [PDF 1MB]

The following speakers gave presentations:

 Titles and Abstracts for all speakers[PDF 1MB]



Group photo: 

Calculus of Variations,PDE,and Geometric Measure Theory

Financial support for travel and accommodation is still available to a limited number of UK based PhD students. You will need to supply a short CV and a letter of support from your PhD supervisor. To apply for this funding please use the registration form below. Please apply as soon as possible to be considered for this. 

The registration fees have been fixed at £20 which is not applicable to the speakers or PhD students accepted for financial support. Please use the registration form below. Once we have received your registration we will contact you with payment options and further information. The deadline for registration will be August 28, 2015.

We will be holding a conference dinner on the evening of Monday the 7th September at a local restaurant in Brighton. Please see the link for more information. The Coach House. The approximate cost will be £40 (excluding speakers). Please indicate on the form below whether you would like to attend and whether you have any dietary requirements.

The University of Sussex is located in Falmer which is a short bus or train ride away from Brighton (directions to the University).

Accommodation in Brighton is plentiful and the University maintains a list of recommended hotels.

Further local information is available at (image supplied by visitbrighton)


The meeting is supported by LMS Conference Grants, by the School of Mathematics and Physical Sciences, and by the Department of Mathematics at the University of Sussex.





Sinead Rance (conference secretary) Department of Mathematics University of Sussex Room 3A20 Pevensey II BrightonBN1 9QH, UK