Seminars and colloquia
The Department of Mathematics and Statistics regularly organises seminars and colloquia open to all. The events are listed on this page.

9-12/2022 Chaired by Eva Kisdi

Wed. 28.9.2022, 16.15. Philip Maini (University of Oxford): Modelling collective cell movement in biology and medicine

1-5/2022 Chaired by Christian Webb

Wed. 26.1.2022, 16.15. Roland Bauerschmidt (University of Cambridge). Title: Random forests and the OSp(1|2) nonlinear sigma model

Wed. 16.2.2022, 16.15. Dallas Albritton (Institute for Advanced Study). Title: Non-uniqueness of Leray solutions of the forced Navier-Stokes equations. Note that this is not the last Wednesday of the month!

Wed. 30.3.2022, 16.15. Istvan Prause (University of Eastern Finland). Title: Complex proofs of real theorems. 

Wed. 27.4.2022, 16.15. Joni Teräväinen (University of Turku). Title: On the Möbius randomness principle

Tue. 24.5.2022, 16.15. Peter Hintz (ETH Zürich). Title: General relativity, spectral theory, and microlocal analysis. Note that the colloquium is on a Tuesday instead of a Wednesday! 

Link to Wiki-page with past colloquia