Forthcoming events

Showing events scheduled between today and Wednesday 11th November, 2020. Show all scheduled events.

Thursday 29th October 14:00-15:00
ZOOM (ID: 928 8535 6036)

Applied Mathematics

Magnetic winding: what is it and what is it good for?

David MacTaggart (University of Glasgow)


Thursday 29th October 16:00-17:00
Contact the organisers for Zoom info

Analysis Seminar

Strongly self-absorbing C*-algebras and Fraisse limits

Saeed Ghasemi (Czech Academy of Sciences)


Friday 30th October 15:00-16:00
Zoom

Statistics Seminar

A collaborative project to monitor and improve engagement in talking therapies.

Theresa Smith (University of Bath)


Monday 2nd November 16:00-17:00
Online

Geometry and Topology Seminar

Knot invariants from homotopy theory

Danica Kosanovic (Paris XIII)


Wednesday 4th November 13:30-14:30
Zoom seminar hosted by ICMS

Integrable Systems and Mathematical Physics Seminar

VIRTUAL SEMINAR SERIES -- INTEGRABLE SYSTEMS: TBA

Beatrice Pelloni (Heriott-Watt University)


Wednesday 4th November 16:00-17:00
online (zoom)

Algebra Seminar

Geometric model for syzygies over certain 2-Calabi-Yau tilted algebras

Khrystyna Serhiyenko (University of Kentucky)


Thursday 5th November 14:00-15:00
ZOOM (ID: 931 2780 4645)

Applied Mathematics

Homogenization of Composites Focused on Time Domain Effective Viscoelasticity and Investigating Instabilities.

Tarkes Dora P. (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany)


Friday 6th November 15:00-16:00
Zoom

Statistics Seminar

TBC

Manuele Leonelli (IE University)


Monday 9th November 16:00-17:00
Online

Geometry and Topology Seminar

Coloured Jones and Alexander polynomials unified through Lagrangian intersections in configuration spaces

Cristina Ana Maria Anghel (University of Oxford)


Wednesday 11th November 13:30-14:30
Zoom seminar hosted by ICMS

Integrable Systems and Mathematical Physics Seminar

VIRTUAL SEMINAR SERIES -- INTEGRABLE SYSTEMS: TBA

Claire Gilson (University of Glasgow)


Wednesday 11th November 16:00-17:00
zoom (online)

Algebra Seminar

On the expected number of random primes required to generate a Galois group

Gareth Tracey (Oxford University)