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

2023 Chaired by Matti Pirinen

Wed 25.1.2023, 16.15. Tuomas Hytönen (University of Helsinki): Matrix weights, convex bodies, and the angle between past and future.

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

Wed 2.11.2022, 16.15. Lauri Oksanen (University of Helsinki): On Calderón's problem

Mon 28.11.2022, 16.15. Tom Britton (Stockholm University): Mathematical models for epidemics (including Covid-19)

Wed 14.12.2022, 16.15. Hildegard Uecker (Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology): Mathematical population genetics of bacteria: Evolutionary dynamics on extra-chromosomal DNA elements

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