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London Mathematical Society and EPSRC Short Instructional Course - Model Theory
University of Leeds
18-23 July 2010

Organiser: Dugald Macpherson


Applications should be made using the registration form available via the London Mathematical Society's website. (The link will take you to a seperate booking form.)

The closing date for applications is Friday 28 May 2010 . Numbers will be limited and those interested are advised to make an early application. All applicants will be contacted approximately two weeks after this deadline; we will not be able to give information about individual applications before then.


  • All research students registered at a UK university will be charged a registration fee of £100 (in the case of EPSRC funded research students, this fee should be paid by their departments from their Doctoral Training Account, for non-EPSRC research students, their department might be prepared to pay the fee). They will not be charged for subsistence costs .
  • UK-based postdocs will be charged a registration fee of £100, plus half the subsistence costs (£140), £240 in total.
  • All others (overseas students and postdocs, those working in industry) will be charged a registration fee of £250 plus the full subsistence costs (£280), £530 in total.

All participants must pay their own travel costs (for EPSRC funded students, this should be covered by their DTA).

Fees are not payable until a place on the course is offered.

In the event of over-subscription preference will be given to UK-based research students.


Please e-mail Dugald Macpherson (University of Leeds).


This will be in Devonshire Hall. The above package includes accommodation (standard room) at Devonshire Hall with arrival date Sunday July 18 (evening), departure date Friday July 23 (lunchtime). The package includes breakfast and evening meals (including dinner on Sunday 18 th July) and a conference dinner on Thursday July 22. It also includes the cost for lunch vouchers on campus, and teas and coffees. The registration fee also covers an excursion on the afternoon of Wednesday 21 July.


Sunday July 18, 18.0019.00 (or Monday morning).

First lecture

Monday July 19, 09.00.


To be confirmed.

Last updated: Wed 30 Jan 2008