MAST Lecture Series

Mathematics, Science and Technology

Mathematics, Science and Technology is a Lecture Series that aims at sharing the most recent developments of mathematics and their applications in the Luxembourg scientific community.

The lectures of the Mathematics for Emerging Science and Technology (MEST) aim to build bridges between mathematics and other sciences by allowing highly distinguished researchers to present new mathematical tools with a strong impact on other disciplines, or progress in other fields made possible through the use of high level mathematics.

The lectures of the Mathematics and Applications (MA) will be devoted to the most recent and important developments in the research fields of the Mathematics Department both in fundamental and in applied mathematics.

These lectures are organized by the Mathematics Department of the University of Luxembourg, with the support of the FNR.

Mathematics, Science and Technology

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February 25, 2020: Vincent Borelli (Université de Lyon), 16:30, Room MSA 3.110, CB, MAST

December 17, 2019: Indira Chatterji (CNRS), 16:00, Room MSA 3.110, CB, MAST

April 23, 2019: Fanny Kassel (IHES), Tessellations of the plane and beyond, 16:00, Room MSA 3.040, CB, MAST

March 19, 2019: Moon Duchin, Mathematical interventions in democracy, 16:00, Room MSA 3.110, CB, MAST

March 12, 2019: Walter Bossert, Consistent Choice, 16:00, Room MSA 3.350, CB, MAST

February 26, 2019: Variations in probability and statistics, Mark Podolskij, 16:00, Room MSA 3.520, CB, MAST

January 22, 2019: Systems of points with Coulomb interactions, Sylvia Serfaty16:00, Room MSA 3.110, CB, MAST

December 4, 2018: Linking in torus bundles and Hecke L-functions, Nicolas Bergeron, 16:00, Room MSA 3.520, CB, MAST

October 2, 2018: Nalini Anantharaman, Delocalization of Schrödinger eigenfunctions, 16:00, Room MSA 3.520, CB, MAST