The list of Cambridge events is kept (somewhat) updated: here.
Save these dates in spring 2011 for scintillating mathematical events in Cambridge:
Emmanuel Candes, the 2011 London Mathematical Society Invited Lecturer, will give an eight-lecture mini-course on compressed sensing at the Centre for Mathematical Sciences. These lectures will be complemented by one-hour lectures by Anders Hansen (Cambridge), Vincent Rivoirard (Paris-Dauphine), Carola Schoenlieb (Cambridge) and Jared Tanner (Edinburgh). More details: here.
The 34th Annual Research Student Conference in Probability and Statistics will be held at the Centre for Mathematical Sciences. The already well populated website is: here.
Alex Lubotzky will give the 2011 Mordell Lecture of the Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics (DPMMS).
And from January to July, two excellent programs will be running at the Newton Institute: Moduli Spaces and Discrete Analysis. Since this is a geometry blog, I should especially plug the Moduli Spaces program. The people making visits to the UK for this program include some exciting algebraic geometers, such as Valery Alexeev, Kai Behrend, Barbara Fantechi, Gavril Farkas, Daniel Huybrechts, Lothar Goettsche, Rahul Pandharipande, Claire Voisin… I could go on and on.