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lxxx Annual Report of the Delegacy The Lyell Club ended the year with the second 'J Taylor Sym- posium' entitled 'Mineralization in relation to igneous activity' DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS Number of Students Sc Ancillary subject 56 Sc Broadbased 56 Sc Major subject 68 Sc Engineering 155 Postgraduate 33 Departmental Notes Professor Semple gave lectures to the Durham University Mathe- matical Society on 'The phenomenon of porism in geometrical prob- lems' and to the Mathematical Seminar of the University of Southamp- ton on 'Clifford parallelism in S2n and the Hurwitz-Radon matrix equations' He also delivered lecture on 'Geometry and mathe- matics' to the Annual General Meeting of the Midlands Branch of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications Professor Frohlich gave lectures to three international meetings at Oberwolfach Germany on' Near-rings arising from formal groups' 'Generalisations of the Brauer group' and 'Generalised Brauer groups and Picard groups in rings of algebraic integers' respectively He also gave lectures to the annual meeting of the British Mathematical Colloquium in Birmingham on 'Formal lie groups and arithmetic' to the Mathamatical Colloquium of the University of Karlsruhe Ger- many on Orthogonal group representation' and to Nottingham University Mathematics Colloquium and the Conference on Com- puters in Number Theory on 'The classgroup of the integral grouping of finite Abelian group' In addition he gave lectures to the London University Algebra Seminar at Queen Mary College and gave post- graduate course on 'Rings with involution and Hermitian forms' at King's College Professor Pirani delivered seven lectures to the University of Rome on 'Modern geometrical methods in relativity' He also gave lectures in Brussels Surrey and Zurich on 'The classical gravitational vacuum' in Brussels and Cambridge on 'Projective structures' in Trieste on 'The principle of equivalence' and at the Institut Henri Poincare Paris on 'Quelques remarques sur les twisteurs' In addition
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