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Financial Mathematics Reading Group

The Seminar normally takes place on Tuesdays from 5.00 pm - 7.00 pm in room 32L.G.02 (32 Lincoln's Inn Fields, LSE), unless stated below.

The seminar series is aimed predominantly at MPhil/PhD level students.  Other interested parties might wish to consider attending the Joint Risk & Stochastics and Financial Mathematics Seminar or the London Mathematical Finance Seminar Series, hosted by the  London Graduate School in Mathematical Finance (a consortium of the mathematical finance groups of Birkbeck College, Brunel University, Cass Business School, Imperial College, King's College, LSE and UCL).

Questions, suggestions, etc., about the reading group can be forwarded to the seminar administrator (Room COL 3.14), by sending an e-mail to: seminar@maths.lse.ac.uk

Upcoming Speakers:

The Department is in the process of scheduling our Michaelmas Term 2015 Seminar programme.  Please do check online for updates.

Tuesday 29 September
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Tuesday 6 October
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Tuesday 13 October
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Tuesday 20 October
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Tuesday 27 October
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Tuesday 3 November
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Tuesday 10 November
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Tuesday 17 November
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Tuesday 24 November
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Tuesday 1 December
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Tuesday 8 December
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Previous seminars in this series: 20152014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010

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