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General Mathematics Seminar

 

The Mathematics Seminar is an open forum for interdisciplinary exchange as well as for exchange between various fields inside mathematics.

Goals:

  • Promotion of the dialogue between different domains of science
  • Organization of talks by foreign mathematicians
  • Endorsement of joint research efforts
  • Propagation of the mathematical culture

Current topics (to be extended):

  • Algebra
  • Geometry (in connection with Mathematical Physics)
  • Non-commutative Harmonic Analysis
  • Probability Theory

Sessions:

Seminar sessions take place nearly each Tuesday, at 5 pm at Campus Kirchberg, room B02. Participants are kindly invited to tea ahead of the seminar session, each Tuesday about 4.30 pm at the Mathematics Research Unit (venue: Building G, kitchen on floor 1).

Contact

Matteo Tommasini https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/31320520/free-slots.html

 

Seminar Programme (quick view)

Date

Name

 

Title

Remarks

20 May

Uwe Semmelmann

Universität Stuttgart

Almost complex structures on quaternionic Kähler manifolds and symmetric spaces

 

1st April

Martin Schlichenmaier

Université de Luxembourg

10-zaehlige Drehsymmetrie bei Kristallen kann es nicht geben - oder etwa doch? Im Reich der verbotenen Symmetrien

The talk is in German and intended for the general public

 

25 March

Glenn Barnich

Université libre de Bruxelles

Three dimensional gravity, holography and Virasoro cadjoint orbits

 

18 March

Roman Fedorov

Max Plank Institute Bonn

A conjecture of Grothendieck and Serre and affine Grassmannians

 

4 March

Simone Gutt

Université Libre de Bruxelles

Symplectic Space forms and their submanifolds

 

25 February

Haluk Sengün

University of Warwick

Torsion Homology of Arithmetic Hyperbolic 3-Manifolds and Number Theory

 

11 February

Colin Guillarmou

Ecole Normale Supérieure, France

The spectrum of geodesic flow on compact hyperbolic manifolds

 

21 January

Ozgur Ceyhan

University of Luxembourg

From physics to geometry and number theory: Feynman integrals andmultiple zeta values

 

17 December

Martin Bordemann

LMIA France

An unabelian version of the L-infinity structure construction by T.Voronov

 

26 November

Xavier Caruso

University of Rennes

Skew polynomials and factorization

 

19 November

Francesco Bonsante

University of Pavia

Globally hyperbolic flat space-times in dimension 3

 

12 November

Lassina Dembélé

Warwick Mathematics Institute

Hilbert modular forms and applications

 

5 November

Louis Chen

National University of Singapore

Approximating dependent rare events

 

30 October

Bruno Vallette

Université Nice Sophia-Antipolis

Givental action is homotopy gauge symmetry

 

22 October

Hidekazu Furusho

Nagoya University, Japan

Four groups related to associators

 

8 October

Daniel Matei

Imar Bucarest

Topology of Arrangements of Hypersurfaces

 

1 October

Hermann Thorisson

University of Iceland

Coupling Methods in Probability Theory

 

23 September

Kyril Mackenzie

Sheffield, United Kingdom

Duality for n-fold vector bundles

 

17 September

Kirill Krasnov

University of Nottingham

Perturbative Quantum Gravity

 

6 September

Véronique Gayard

University of Marseille, France

TBA

 

5 September

Ivan Nourdin

University of Nancy, France

Stochastic calculus for fractional Brownian motion in Brownian time

 

3 September

Harald Fripertinger

Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, Austria

Tone rows and tropes

 

2 September

Jens Schwaiger

Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, Austria

Generalized polynomials and functional equations

 

 23 July

Günter Last

Karlsruhe University

Unbiased shifts of Brownian motion and balancing random measures

 

2 July

Olivier Raimond

Université Paris 10

Strongly reinforced Vertex-Reinforced-Random-Walk
on the complete graph

 

11 June

Gilles Pagés

University Paris 6

Convex order for path-dependent American options using the Euler scheme of a martingale jump diffusion process.

 

25 April

Xiang-Dong Li

Chinese Ac. of Sciences, Beijing

Optimal transport, Fokker-Planck diffusion processes and Perelman's Ricci flow

 

15 January

Oliver Johnson

Bristol University

Entropy and properties of the Poisson distribution

 

Detailed Seminar Programme 2014

January 2014, February 2014, March 2014

Detailed Seminar Programme 2013

Overview 2013, January 2013April 2013, June 2013, July 2013, September 2013, October 2013, November 2013, December 2013

Detailed Seminar Programme 2012

Overview 2012 , January 2012 , February 2012 , March 2012 , April 2012 , May 2012 , June 2012July 2012 , August 2012 , October 2012 , November 2012 , December 2012

Detailed Seminar Programme 2011

Overview 2011 , January 2011 , February 2011 , March 2011 , April 2011 , May 2011 , June 2011 , September 2011 , October 2011 , November 2011 , December 2011

Detailed Seminar Programme 2010

Overview 2010 , January 2010  March 2010 , April 2010 , May 2010 , June 2010 , October 2010 , November 2010

Detailed Seminar Programme 2009

Overview 2009 , March 2009 , April 2009 , May 2009 , June 2009 , July 2009; September 2009 , October 2009 , November 2009 , December 2009

Detailed Seminar Programme 2008

Overview 2008, January 2008 , February 2008 , March 2008 , April 2008 , May 2008 , June 2008 , July 2008 (01/07/2008) , September 2008 , October 2008 , November 2008, December 2008

Detailed Seminar Programme 2007

Overview 2007 , January 2007 , March 2007 , April 2007 , May 2007 , June 2007 , September 2007 , October 2007 , November 2007 , December 2007 

Detailed Seminar Programme 2006

Overview 2006  (October - December), October 2006 , November 2006 , December 2006