11am, Friday 14th June, L3, Andrew Wiles Building, Oxford
The Woolly Owl is a day of short research talks by early career applied mathematics researchers at Oxford and Cambridge, showcasing the outstanding research of the two universities. But there’s a twist: over the course of the day the seven speakers from each side will also be competing as a team to win the coveted - and literal - Woolly Owl trophy.
See the full programme of talks for a detailed schedule. The day will run as follows:
|10:30-10:55||Arrival and tea/coffee (Mezzanine)|
|13:00-13:58||Lunch (Common room)|
|17:10-17:20||Judging and presentation (L3)|