New Directions in Numerical Computation
25-28 August 2015
Oxford University
Mathematical Institute

New directions in numerical computation, 25-28 August 2015:

In celebration of Nick Trefethen's 60th birthday

Registration is now closed

Late registration

If you wish to attend and have not yet registered, then please contact us as soon as possible. Depending on space, we may be able to register you as an attendee. There are no more spots for contributed talks.

Accommodation

Accommodation will be provided for about 130 participants in Balliol college. En suite rooms will be charged at £65 per person per night inclusive of VATand breakfast, and standard rooms will be £50 per person per night. This accommodation is limited and we expect demand for places to be very high. Therefore, there is a chance we will ask you to find your own accommodation. To apply for Balliol accommodation, please fill out the following form and send it to helen.taylor@maths.ox.ac.uk:

Accommodation Form

Other Accommodation

For those who wish to arrange their own accommodation in Oxford (at their own expense), we recommend the following options:

Oxford Rooms - Rooms in Oxford colleges is likely to be the most economical option. Please be aware that Oxford colleges are spread across the city and may be in excess of 20 minutes walk from the Mathematical Institute.

Linton Lodge Hotel - A western hotel less than a 20 minute walk [map] to the Mathematical Institute.

Cotswold Lodge Hotel - An independent 4-star hotel less than 10 minutes walk [map] to the Mathematical Institute.

The above is by no means a definitive list. There are many other hotels and B&Bs in Oxford that may suit your needs.

Please contact us with any questions and comments. Copyright © 2014, The University of Oxford.