Sir Horace Lamb Chair

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The Sir Horace Lamb Chair is a named professorial position in the School of Mathematics, University of Manchester, England. The chair was founded in 2013 and named in memory of Sir Horace Lamb.[1] The chair was inaugurated in May 2013 with the appointment of Professor Oliver Jensen, who already held a personal chair in the school.

Prof Oliver Jensen in front of the portrait of Sir Horace Lamb

The School of Mathematics has four named chairs, the others being the Beyer Chair, the Fielden Chair of Pure Mathematics and the Richardson Chair of Applied Mathematics.