Department Colloquium – University of Copenhagen

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Department Colloquium

The department colloquium is held 2-3 times per semester, usually on Tuesday afternoons at 15:15 after the department tea. The colloquium is organized by Magdalena Musat.

Upcoming Colloquia:

18 September 2017

Tobias Holck Colding (Cecil and Ida Green Distinguished Professor of Mathematics), MIT

Title: Regularity questions in geometric flows

Past Colloquia:

11 February 2014 
Rostislav Grigorchuk (Texas A&M). 
On Random Groups of Intermediate Growth.
18 March 2014 
Steffen Lauritzen (Oxford University). 
Gaussian Graphical Models with Symmetry.
29 April 2014
Sy David Friedman (University of Vienna). 
The Current State of Foundations of Set Theory.
12 June 2014 
Alicia Dickenstein (University of Buenos Aires)
Computational algebraic geometry and biochemical reaction networks.
Peter Teichner

30 September 2014
Peter Teichner (Max Planck Institute & UC Berkeley).
4 manifolds revisited.

Günter M. Ziegler 11 November 2014 
Günter M. Ziegler ( Freie Universität Berlin).
The story of 3N points in a plane.
Patrick Hayden 20 January 2015 
Patrick Hayden (Stanford University)
Quantum Information as Asymptotic Geometry.
Barry Simon 5 May 2015
Barry Simon (Caltech)
Tales of Our Forefathers
SLIDES from the talk.
Daniel W. Stroock

26 May 2015
Daniel Stroock (MIT)
Title: Some elementary Application of Gaussian Measures to Analysis
SLIDES from the talk.

Jack Copeland

10 November 2015
Jack Copeland (University of Canterbury, New Zealand)
Title: The Mathematical Objection: Turing, Gödel, and Penrose on the Mind

Peter McCullagh

15 March, 2016
Peter McCullagh (John D. MacArthur Distinguished Service Professor), Department of Statistics, University of Chicago
Title: Empirical phenomena and universal laws

4 May, 2016

Alex Lubotzky (Maurice and Clara Weil chair in mathematics), Einstein Institute of Mathematics, Hebrew University

Title: High dimensional expanders: from Ramanujan graphs to Ramanujan complexes.

Simon Tavaré

4 October, 2016
Simon Tavaré (Director of the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute, Professor), University of Cambridge 
Is stochastic modeling useful in cancer research?