Seventy-third meeting of the Transpennine Topology Triangle

Warwick Mathematics Institute
University of Warwick, Coventry

Speakers: John Greenlees (Sheffield), Oscar Randal-Williams (Oxford), Andrew Ranicki (Edinburgh).


Tea and coffee will be served in the common room, all lectures will take place in room B3.03 (top floor). After the last talk we expect to take a bus and go for dinner at some place with easy access to the railway and bus stations.


How to get there

See the departmental website for the location of the maths department and more detailed maps of the campus.

  1. From the main bus station (Pool Meadow) take bus No. 12 (stand N) toward University/Leamington (the bus starts there, so there is no issue of which direction to choose). The DaySaver ticket for 2.90 is recommended as it also covers return (single fare is 1.50). The bus driver sells tickets for exact change. Get off at University Road bus stop, after approx. 30 minutes ride.
  2. From the train station: exit the platform to the west and take the bus No. 12 towards University/Leamington from the bus stop at Warwick Rd, located on the Rail Station Bridge. From there the ride takes approx. 20 minutes. Other bus instructions as above.
  3. If you plan to use Megabus (this probably only makes sense from Manchester), it has its stop at De Montfort Way, within 5 minutes walk from the campus.

TTT meetings are partially supported by an LMS Scheme 3 grant. Anyone who wishes to participate is welcome: we shall operate the usual arrangements for assistance with travel expenses.

For further information email John Greenlees, (or John Hunton or Nige Ray if you are interested, so we can make approximately the right amount of tea and coffee.

For local questions concerning this TTT, e-mail Ana Lucia Garcia Pulido (a.l.garcia-pulido AT, Michal Adamaszek (m.j.adamaszek AT or Rupert Swarbrick (r.j.swarbrick AT

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