# All mathematics lectures

### 2020

- 01/07/2020: Francesco Grotto (SNS Pisa), Invariant Measures for 2d Incompressible Fluid Dynamics Models, 15:00, Webex, Probability and Statistics seminar
- 22/05/2020: Defense Jimmy Devillet, On Idempotent N-ARY Semigroups, 14:00, Webex
- 12/05/2020: International day for Women in Mathematics, trivia quizzes, French, 15:30, Olga Paris-Romaskevich as a special guest. The second one in English (Convergence), Amie Wilkinson special guest, Astigmath
- 04/05/2020: Andrea Seppi (Institut Fourier, Grenoble) & Filippo Mazzoli (Luxembourg), Para-hyperKähler structures on the space of GHMC AdS-manifolds, 16:00, Webex, Geometry and Topology seminar
- 30/04/2020: Le postulat de Bertrand (Tim Seuré),Protocole RSA et arithmétique modulaire (Karine Fontaine),Generating functions and the snake oil method (Dylan Mota), 14:00, Webex, BASI seminar talks
- 30/04/2020: Defense Assar Andersson, Haired and Multioriented Graph Complexes with Applications to Algebra and Geometry, 14:00, Webex
- 30/04/2020: Ludovica Paseri, European Open Science Cloud: when cloud computing and HPC enhance scientific research
__,__Xavier Mazur, Controllability of transportation networks : Impact of controllers, 12:15, Webex, Interdisciplinary Lunch Seminar - 27/04/2020: Mélanie Theillière (Institut Camille Jordan, Lyon), Convex Integration Theory with Corrugations, 16:00, Webex, Geometry and Topology seminar
- 20-23/04/2020: 16th Atelier PARI/GP, CB
- 20-23/04/2020: Workshop Galois Representations, Automorphic Forms and L-Functions, Room MNO 1.040, CB
- 02/04/2020: Sergio Helgueta Romero, Epigenetics: Meaning and Applications in Scientific Research, focusing in the context of Parkinson’s Disease, & Ahmed Soliman, Introduction to Biomechanics: from motion analysis to developing implants, Webex, Interdisciplinary Seminar
- 26/03/2020: Lucas Fresse (Hebrew University of Jerusalem): Limit of orbits and representations of Lie groups - II, 14:30, Room MNO 1.040, CB, Harmonic Analysis Seminar Talks
- 13/03/2020: Arturo Jaramillo, Quantitative Erdös-Kac theorem for additive functions, a self-contained probabilistic approach, 15:30, Room MNO E05-0515010 (5th floor 5A), CB, Probability and Statistics seminar
- 12/03/2020: Cecile Durot, Divide and Conquer methods in monotone regression, 14:00, Room MNO E05-0515010 (5th floor 5A), CB, Probability and Statistics seminar
- 10/03/2020: Janko Lantchev (University of Hamburg), Lie bialgebras in contact topology, 11:00, Room MNO-E06-0615010 (6th floor 6A), CB,
- 10/03/2020: Salah Mehdi (Université de Lorraine - Metz): Limit of orbits and representations of Lie groups - I, 10:30, Room MNO-E06-0615010 (6th floor 6A), CB, Harmonic Analysis Seminar Talks
- 09/03/2020: Janko Latschev (University of Hamburg), The algebra of symplectic field theory, 16:00, Room MNO-E06-0615010 (6th floor 6A), CB, Geometry and Topology seminar
- 06/03/2020: Vlad Margarint – Backward Loewner Differential Equation as a Singular Rough Differential Equation, the welding homeomorphism and new structural information about the SLE traces, 14:00, Room MNO E05-0515010 (5th floor 5A), CB, Probability and Statistics seminar
- 05/03/2020: Benjamin Arras – From generalized Mehler semigroups to stability results for Poincaré-type inequalities, 13:00, Room MNO E05-0515010 (5th floor 5A), CB, Probability and Statistics seminar
- 02/03/2020: D. Yogeshwaran – Random minimal spanning acycles, 14:50, Room MNO E05-0515010 (5th floor 5A), CB, Probability and Statistics seminar
- 02/03/2020: Guenter Last – Unbiased embedding of excursions into Brownian motion, 14:00, Room MNO E05-0515010 (5th floor 5A), CB, Probability and Statistics seminar
- 25/02/2020: Vincent Borrelli, From Thurston's Corrugations to Smooth Fractals, 16:30, room MSA 3.110, CB, MAST Lecture
- 25/02/2020: Vincent Borelli (Université de Lyon), 16:30, Room MSA 3.110, CB, MAST Lecture Series
- 24/02/2020: Thierry Barbot (Université d'Avignon), Orbital equivalence classes of Anosov flows in circle bundles over surfaces, 16:00, Room MNO-E06-0615010 (6th floor 6A), CB, Geometry and Topology seminar
- 17/02/2020:Nariya Kawazumi (University of Tokyo), The mapping class group orbits in the framings of compact surfaces, 16:00, Room MNO-E06-0615010 (6th floor 6A), CB, Geometry and Topology seminar
- 13/02/2020: Guillaume Maillard (Universite Paris-Sud), Aggregated hold-out, 14:00, Room MNO E05-0515010 (5th floor 5A), CB, Probability and Statistics seminar
- 11/02/2020: Pavle Pandžić (University of Zagreb), On the classification of unitary highest weight modules, 10:30, Room MNO 1.040, CB, Harmonic Analysis Seminar Talks
- 06/02/2020: Richard Nickl (University of Cambridge), On Bayesian solutions of some statistical inverse boundary value problems, 14:00, Room MNO E05-0515010 (5th floor 5A), CB, Probability and Statistics seminar
- 31/01/2020: Xiao Fang (The Chinese University of Hong Kong), Wasserstein-2 bounds in normal approximations under local dependence with applications to strong embeddings, 10:30, Room MNO E05-0515010 (5th floor 5A), CB, Probability and Statistics seminar
- 29-31/01/2020: Lost in Translation Surfaces, Room MNO 1.020, CB
- 30/01/2020: Alexandre Mösching (University of Bern), Order Constraints in Nonparametric Regression, 14:00, Room MNO E05-0515010 (5th floor 5A), CB, Probability and Statistics seminar
- 23/01/2020: Yannick Baraud, Inaugurale Lecture, On the evolution of Data Science, MSA 3.110, CB
- 13/01/2020: Xiaoyu Zhang (University of Duisburg-Essen), Hida theory for general spin Shimura varieties, 10:30, Room MNO E06-0615010 (6th floor 6B), CB, Number Theory Seminar
- 13/01/2020: Spyros Afentoulidis (Université de Lorraine - Metz), Algebraic Dirac Operators and Representation Theory - Part 2, 10:30, Room MNO-E06-0615010 (6th floor 6A), CB, Harmonic Analysis Seminar
- 09/01/2020: Mladen Dimitrov (University of Lille), Families of p-adic L-functions for conjugate-symplectic representations, Room MNO E06-0615010 (6th floor 6B), CB, Number Theory Seminar

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

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