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Do you have to be involved in research or actually be qualified for them to let you into these sorts of things? I'd expect there's some restriction. I've spent the past three or four years teaching myself mathematics and physics and the thought of being neglected from things like this because I'm not formally educated, or too young, irritates me.


York's not too far from me, it's about an hour or so away, If I could get there I'd go.

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I don't think there is any formal requirements that must be meet if you want to attend. Giving a talk would probably be a different matter.


However, the talks will be of a fairly high technical standard, they are intended for researchers and postgraduate students. I expect you would get very little out of attending.


You could contact the organisers and discuss it with them.

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