# Colloquium and seminars

### Chronological list of lectures

Chronological ist of all lectures in the Colloquium, the General Mathematics Seminar, Our Mathematics Spectrum, the Doctorands Seminar and the most important lectures in the thematic seminars.

### Colloquium

General audience (including mathematics students, teachers, researchers from other areas, and the interested public) mathematics lectures of broad interest

### General Mathematics Seminar

Lectures on recent advances in mathematics for a general mathematical audience

### Our Mathematics Spectrum

Lunch seminar where (new) members of the research unit present their research area in a simple and broadly understandable way

### Seminar for PhD candidates

Seminar for and by PhD candidates and postdocs

### Seminar Computer Science meets Mathematics

### Seminars in Number Theory

Luxembourg Number Theory Seminar

Working groups on specific topic and work in progress

### Seminar in Probability

## All mathematics lectures

### 2017

- 12-14/06/2017: Teichmueller theory and geometric structures on 3-dimensional manifolds, Room BC003, CL, Geometry and topology seminar
- 24/03/2017: A concrete example of complete multifractal analysis: the Bernoulli measure, Stéphane Seuret (Paris-Est University and Luxembourg University), 13:00, Room MNO-E05-0515440 (5th floor 5A), CB, Probability Seminar
- 24/03/2017: Hitchin components for fundamental groups of 2-orbifolds, Florent Schaffhauser (Universidad de Los Andes, Colombia), 11:00, Room MNO-E05-0515440 (5th floor 5A), CB, Geometry and Topology seminar
- 21/03/2017: Algebraic and topological properties of big mapping class groups, Nicholas Vlamis (Michigan), 11:00, Room MNO-E05-0515440 (5th floor 5A), CB, Geometry and Topology seminar
- 20/03/2017: The (asymptotic) location of eigenvalues of a representation in the Hitchin component, Andrés Sambarino (Jussieu), 15:00, Room MNO-E05-0515440 (5th floor 5A), CB, Geometry and Topology seminar
- 13/03/2017: High-temperature spectral gap for dynamical systems, Benoît Kloeckner (Créteil), 15:00, Room MNO-E05-0515440 (5th floor), CB, Geometry and Topology seminar
- 06/03/2017: Bubbling complex projective structures with quasi-Fuchsian holonomy, Lorenzo Ruffoni (Unibo), 15:00, Room MNO-E05-0515330 (5th floor), CB, Geometry and Topology seminar
- 03/03/2017: The Widom-Rowlinson model under spin flip: Immediate loss and sharp recovery of quasilocality Dr. Benedikt Jahnel (WIAS Berlin), 11:00, Room MNO-E05-0515330 (5th floor), CB, Probability Seminar
- 09/02/2017: Random matrices with correlated entries, Marwa Banna (Saarland University), 14:00, Room B04, CK, Probability Seminar
- 07/02/2017: Virtual self-similarity, crossing avoidance, and the fragility of cusp forms, Chris Judge (Indiana University), 16:00, Room B02, CK, General Mathematics Seminar
- 30/01/2017: Arthquakes on hyperbolic surfaces with closed geodesic boundary, Daniele Rosmondi (Pavia), 15:00, Room B24A, CK, Geometry and Topology seminar
- 19/01/2017: An integration by parts on "space of loops", Takafumi AMABA (Ritsumeikan University, Japan), 14:30, Room B04, CK, Probability Seminar
- 17/01/2017: Analytic and topological torsion, Daniel Matei (IMAR Bucharest), 12:30, Room G002, CK, Reading Seminar on Geometry
- 16/01/2017: The number of non-negatively curved triangulations of the sphere, Peter Smillie (Harvard), 15:00, Room B24, Geometry and Topology seminar
- 12/01/2017: The Malliavin Derivative Evaluated along a Stopped Path: applications, and generalization of the definition, Henry SCHELLHORN (Claremont Graduate University), 15:00, Room B04, CK, Probability Seminar
- 09-13/01/2017: QUANTMOD-Quantization and Moduli Spaces, Organiser: Jorgen Andersen (Aarhus University), Ozgur Ceyhan, Francois Petit, Martin Schlichenmaier, Room C02, CK

### 2016

### 2015

For earlier lectures, please refer to the pages of the respective seminars.