10th - 11th July 2017,   Nottingham

General Information

The Eleventh UK Conference on Boundary Integral Methods (UKBIM11) will be held at the Nottingham Conference Centre at Nottingham Trent University. Mathematicians, scientists and engineers who are interested in the theory and application of boundary integral methods are encouraged to participate.


Over the past 50 or so years, boundary integral methods have become established for solving a wide variety of problems in science and engineering. UK based researchers have been active and made substantial contributions in the theory and development of boundary integral formulations, as well as their analysis, discretisation and numerical solution. The UKBIM conference series aims to provide a forum where recent developments in boundary integral methods can be discussed in an informal atmosphere. The first UK conference on boundary integral methods (UKBIM) was held at the University of Leeds in 1997. Subsequent UKBIM conferences have taken place in Brunel (1999), Brighton (2001), Salford (2003), Liverpool (2005), Durham (2007), Nottingham (2009), Leeds (2011), Aberdeen (2013) and Brighton (2015). The success of these events has made the conference a regular event for researchers based in the UK, and elsewhere, who are working on all aspects of boundary integral methods.

Plenary Speaker

Professor Thanasis Fokas (University of Cambridge)

Funding for Research Students

Funding from the London Mathematical Society is available to cover travel and accommodation expenses for a limited number of UK based PhD students in the Mathematical Sciences. Please send expressions of interest to bimowave@ntu.ac.uk, giving a short description of your research area.


A detailed schedule containing the times and dates of each presentation can now be downloaded by clicking here.