Early Career Forum

Mathematical Sciences Early Career Forum Members 2018-19

The Mathematical Sciences Early Career Forum was established in 2014 as a way for EPSRC to interact with researchers in the early stages of their career in order to share information on EPSRC policy and process. The forum is also an opportunity for early career researchers to network with colleagues from across the country, interact with senior academics that have a strong connection to EPSRC and to discuss future EPSRC strategy related to the Mathematical Sciences.

The aims of the forum are as follows:

  • To develop early career researchers understanding of EPSRC, including strategic priorities and funding mechanisms.
  • To act as an informal advisory stream regarding EPSRC's Mathematical Sciences strategy, allowing early career mathematical scientists the opportunity to develop strategic influence and communication skills
  • To identify and support future research leaders in the Mathematical Sciences.
  • To develop relationships with early career researchers who will become future advocates for EPSRC.

Current members of the forum are:

Hamid Ahmadinezhad Loughborough University
Finn Box University of Oxford
Mirela Domijan University of Liverpool
Eleonore Faber University of Leeds
Alexander Fletcher University of Sheffield
Jonathan Fraser University of St Andrews
Marc Goodfellow University of Exeter
Tobias Grafke Warwick University
James Knowles Loughborough University
Dimitra Kosta University of Glasgow
Jason Laurie Aston University
Sean McGinty University of Glasgow
Claire McIlroy University of Nottingham
Hannah Mitchell Queens University Belfast
Christopher Nemeth Lancaster University
Rachel Newton University of Reading
Diego Oyarzún Imperial College London
Fabian Spill University of Birmingham
Alice Thompson University of Manchester
Alain Zemkoho University of Southampton

 

There will be opportunities to join the forum annually through a call for expressions of interest.

Please contact Joseph Westwood for further information.