PhD-day 2018

Your maths are made for talking!


The Belgian Mathematical Society invites all PhD students linked to mathematic to present a poster or a talk at the PhD-Day. Grab the opportunity to show your research to your fellow PhD students, to meet each other, and exchange ideas.

Every PhD student in mathematics, presenting a poster gets one panel to present a poster in A0 format. At the end of the PhD-Day, there will be the best poster award. The best poster will be selected on the criteria of layout, contents, and clarity of the poster.

We also offer the possibility to present a contributed talk. The scientific committee will make a selection among the proposed abstracts.

After the posterpresentations there will be a job fair. More information can be found here.

The official poster of the PhD-Day can be downloaded here.


Friday, May 25, 2018


Ghent University, Campus De Sterre, Building S9
Krijgslaan 281, 9000 Ghent


The PhD-Day starts with the Godeaux lecture, and ends with a job fair where you can establish contacts with companies interested in mathematicians.

9h30: Welcome coffee and registration (Aud. A3). 

10h00: Welcome to the participants (Aud. A1).

10h10: Godeaux lecture (Aud. A1): Prof. Laure Saint-Raymond (Ecole normale supĂ©rieure de Lyon): Internal waves in a domain with topography.

11h00: Poster storm sessions (Aud. A1).

11h15: Poster presentations (Aud. A3).

12h00: Lunch (Aud. A3) (free for BMS members).

13h00: Contributed talks (Lecture rooms 3.1 and 3.2).

14h35: Coffee break (Aud. A3).

15h00: Poster presentations and Job fair (Aud. A3).

16h30: Drink and best poster award (Aud. A3).


There is no registration fee for members of the BMS. For non-members of the BMS, the registration fee is 20EUR. There is the possibility to become a member of the BMS (also 20EUR) before the start of the PhD Day. Details on becoming a member can be found here.

If you want to register please fill in the form

List of participants

You can find a list of registered participants here.


The Belgian Mathematical Society greatly acknowledges the sponsoring of the PhD-Day by AGFA Health Care and PricewaterhouseCoopers.