Graduate Inter-University Math seminar

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general mathematics

Audience: Researchers in the discipline
Seminar series time: Every other Friday 16:30-18:00 in your time zone, UTC
Organizers: Gims Organizers, Annamaria Ortu*
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The aim of the GIM Seminars is to provide a place for graduate students to interact and to present new/interesting developments from their areas of interest, in a way that students from different backgrounds can follow. This cycle of seminars is organized by graduate students, and is intended for a graduate student audience.

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Upcoming talks
Past talks
Your timeSpeakerTitle
FriJan 2816:30Jacopo UlivelliConvergence properties of symmetrization processes
FriJan 1416:30Simone BaldassarriMetastability in a lattice gas with strong anisotropic interactions under Kawasaki dynamics
FriJun 1816:15Maximilian StegemeyerClosed Geodesics and String Topology
FriJun 1815:30Carlo BellavitaAre the non-self-adjoint operators unreal? A functional representation through de Branges spaces
FriJun 0416:15Stefano RossiLandau damping in Vlasov-type equations: an exposition of some mathematical results
FriJun 0415:30Gautam AishwaryaMagnitude of Metric Spaces and Applications
FriMay 2816:15Marco GalloPush your limits! (...but then step back): semiclassical perturbation of nonlinear Schrödinger equations
FriMay 2815:30Claudia FevolaPencils of Quadrics: Old and New
FriMay 0716:15Jacopo SchinoA simple approach to entire normalized solutions to an elliptic Schrödinger equation in the L^2-subcritical case
FriMay 0715:30Gabriele Di BonaInteracting discovery processes on complex networks
FriApr 2316:15Severin SchravenLocal to global principle for expected values
FriApr 2315:30Gabriele SbaizSingular Perturbation Problems for Geophysical Flows
FriApr 0916:15Enrico ManuzziRefinement of polygonal grids using Convolutional Neural Networks with applications to polygonal Discontinous Galerkin and Virtual Element methods
FriApr 0915:30Maria De MartinoPersistence of IgG response to SARS-Cov2 - a statistical approach
FriMar 2617:15Nicola Rares FrancoLearning the solution manifold of parameter dependent PDEs using Deep Neural Networks
FriMar 2616:30Clara PatriarcaInteraction between wind and suspension bridges: a theoretical approach
FriMar 1217:15Bianca GouthierGroup schemes and Hopf algebras
FriMar 1216:30Nicholas RusselFrom Pattern Formation to Social Distancing: Emergent Dynamics from Collective Motion
FriFeb 2617:15Laura SelicatoHyperparameters Optimization in Learning Approaches
FriFeb 2616:30Jacopo ZanchettinGalois objects of Hopf algebras
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