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Geometry and topology seminar: Generating families for exact Lagrangians with trivial stable Gauss map

Probability and statistics seminar: Confidence intervals for ranks

Algebra and geometry seminar: Moduli of genus three curves with symplectic level two structure

Probability and statistics seminar: High dimensional data analysis and errorsinvariables

Colloquium: Dynamics of two incompressible fluids in a porous media: Muskat problem

–13:00
Complex System Working Lunch  CoSy
Life and Death in a Family of MetaFibonacci Recursions

Algebra och geometriseminarium: Combinatorial invariance of KLV polynomials for fixed point free involutions

DNAseminarium: Quantum transport in a lowdensity periodic potential: homogenisation via homogeneous flows

PhD seminar: Gröbner bases in polynomial rings

–18:00
Dissertation: Limit Laws, Homogenizable Structures and Their Connections

CAPA seminar: On the dynamics on some quasiperiodically driven systems

–13:00
Complex System Working Lunch  CoSy
An algebraic approach to biochemical reaction networks

Geometri och topologiseminarium: Curve counts on Lagrangian immersions and multiplicative preprojective algebras

Probability and statistics seminar: Cows on the move

–13:00
Complex system working lunch (CoSy): Feedbacks in bacterial systems using intraspecies communication
Feedbacks in bacterial systems using intraspecies communication

PhD seminar: Quasicrystals and densities

Colloquium: Graph Limits

Dissertation: Degrees in random graphs and tournament limits

–13:00
Complex system working lunch (CoSy): Collective emotions and social resilience in the digital traces after a terrorist attack

Probability and statistics seminar

–12:00
Dissertation: Modelling eolution: From nonlife, to life, to a variety of life

–13:00
Complex system working lunch (CoSy): The quest for the wiring diagram of the brain
The quest for the wiring diagram of the brain  Where computer vision, deep neural networks and combinatorial optimization meet

Probabiliy and statistics seminar: The "No justice in the universe" phenomenon: Why honesty of effort may not be rewarded in matchplay tournaments

CAPA seminar: Loss of uniform hyperbolicity and regularity of the Lyapunov exponent

Probability and statistics seminar: Exploiting structure in multilayer networks: a case study on motif counting

Presentation of Degree Project E: Drinfeld center

PhD seminar: Deriving macroscopic equations for complex systems

DNA seminar: The limit set for piecewise linear contractions

Colloquium: Cut finite element methods

Geometry and topology seminar: Classification of full exceptional collections of line bundles on three blowups of P^3 and on some projective bundles

Probability and statistics seminar: Sharp and sharper thresholds for random constraint satisfaction problems

DNAseminarium: Stationary phase methods and the splitting of separatrices

Probability and statistics seminar: Colouring Hamilton Cycles Online

Geometry and topology seminar: From flow categories to homotopy types

Colloquium: Boundary value problems of complex analysis on complementary regions

–13:00
Complex system working lunch (CoSy): The BlockPoisson estimator for optimally tuned exact subsampling MCMC

Geometry and physics seminar: Large N duality via SFT stretching and skein on brane II

DNA seminar: Almost sure continuity along curves traversing the Mandelbrot set

Probability and statistics seminar: LERW, SLE, and Minkowski content

DNAseminarium
Two talks by Remus Radu:
10.1511.15: Dynamics of complex Henon maps with a semineutral fixed point
11.3012.30: Hedgehogs in higher dimensions 
Presentation of Degree project C: Introduction to rational billiards

Presentation of Degree Project E: Optimal margin levels in Gaussian environments

Presentation of Examensarbete E: The orbit method and geometric quantisation

DNA seminar: Asymptotic density of collision orbits in the restricted planar circular three body problem

Colloquium: Local asymptotic equivalence of pure quantum states ensembles and quantum gaussian white noise

Presentation av Examensarbete E: Stock price predictions using Geometric Brownian Motion

DNA seminar: Smooth invariant manifolds of renormalization

Presentation of Degree project E: Micro payments  Viable technical platforms and models for a bank to provide payments on micro amounts

DNA seminar: Voronin universality in several complex variables

Presentation of Degree project E: pAdic Heat Kernels in Relation to a Poisson Summation Formula

Dissertation defense: Some applications of representation theory in homogeneous dynamics and automorphic functions

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Essénföreläsningar

Presentation of Degree project E: Optimal stopping with discrete costly observations

Presentation of Degree project D
A stochastic differential equation derived from evolutionary game dynamics

Presentations of Degree project E

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Conference: Analysis of algorithms

Presentation of Degree Project E
The pLaplace equation – general properties and boundary behaviour

Seminar: Summer math camp
The topic of this year was finite fields and applications. The presentation will focus on error correcting linear codes, constructed from rings and fields.

CAPA seminar: Long term dynamics and crossing singularities in the restricted Nbody problem

PhD seminar: The unionclosed sets conjecture

Probability, statistics and combinatorics seminar: The hiring problem

Dissertation: Classification of simple transitive 2representations

Presentation of Examensarbete E: Constraints of binary simple homogeneous structures

PhD seminar: Skewness of random variables and a (not so) silly definition of convexity

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Conference: Eseen 100 years
Conference in memory of CarlGustav Esseen

Probability, statistics and combinatorics: The pruning process on real trees

CAPA working seminar: A way of proving blow up of solutions

–17:00
Dissertation: Approximation of pluricomplex Green functions, a probabilistic approach

PhD seminar: Quiver Grassmanians

Geometry and topology seminar: Twisted generating families

Colloquium: Radial basis functions topics in 40 slides

CAPA working seminar: A way of proving blow up of solutions (part II)

PhD seminar: Circle maps, small divisors and some KAM theory

Geometry and physics seminar: An introduction to the BVBFV formalism

Probability, statistics and combinatorics: Cutting resilient networks

PhD seminar: Dehn twists and the mapping class group of surfaces

Probability and statistics seminar

Kollokvium: Distributionfree approach to testing linear regression

–16:00
Colloquium
Needles in Exponential Haystacks

PhD Seminar: Associativity in topology

Geometry and topology seminar: Skein valued GromovWitten invariants, large N duality, and refinement.

Probability, statistics and combinatorics: Color representations for threshold Gaussian and stable vectors

PhD seminar: Monomial ideals with tiny squares

Probability and statistics seminar: Coulomb Gas Ensembles with Local Interactions

Licentiate seminar: Cluster tilting for representation directed algebras
Opponent: Chrysostomos Psaroudakis, University of Thessaloniki

Doctoral dissertation: Structure and representations of certain classes of infinitedimensional algebras
Opponent: Rolf Farnsteiner

Probability and statistics seminar: Random sampling in the presence of bounded VCdimension, for subsets of groups

DNA seminar: Helicity: invariance, uniqueness and dynamics

PhD seminar: An application of adeles

Doctoral dissertation: Gaussian process models of social change.
The opponent is Dr. Ian Vernon (Durham University)