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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

DNA seminar: Coexistence of Attractors

Stochastic analysis: A numerical scheme for a multidimensional SDEs with distributional drift

PhD seminar: Quiver representations and Gabriel's theorem

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

Probability, statistics and combinatorics: Tanglegrams and inducibility

Geometri och topologisseminarium: Bridgeland stability conditions and applications I

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Proposals of New Master Programmes and New Engineering Programmes
The Disciplinary Domain of Science and Technology is expanding with new educational programmes. Proposals of new educational programmes are currently being developed and all proposals will be presented during this event. This event gives you a chance to examine the proposals and provide input.

Bridgeland stability conditions and applications II

Probability, statistics and combinatorics: Where are the increasing subsequences?

PDEs and applications: Oscillatory integrals and partial differential equations

Probability, statistics and combinatorics: Homogeneous structures and generalized stability theory

PDE and applications: Convexity of Whitam's wave of extreme form

Doktorandseminarium: Constraint equations in General Relativity

Geometry and topology seminar: Applications of convex hypersurface theory

Probability, statistics and combinatorics: Bayesian sequential leastsquares estimation for the drift of a Wiener process

CAPA seminar: Instabilities of quasiperiodic analytic tori

PDE and applications: Riemannian methods in potential theory

PhD seminar: Real fields and ArtinSchreiers theorem

Geometry and topology: BauerFuruta invariants

Presentation of Degree project E: Word Embeddings and Gender Sterotypes in Swedish and English

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Soccermatics  Mathematical Adventures in the Beautiful Game
An interactive workshop on football analytics. Together we’ll find the best player in the Champions League, Premier League and Allsvenskan.

Probability, statistics and combinatorics: Spectral asymptotics on random Sierpinski gaskets

Doctoral dissertation: Combinatorial and analytical problems for fractals and their graph approximations.

PDE och tillämpningar: Introduction to deep learning

PDE and applications: Power substitution in quasianalytic Carleman classes

Doktorandseminarium: The NelsonAalen estimator and some of its properties

PDE and applications: Gaussian isoperimetric problem for symmetric sets

PhD seminar: An application of Poisson random measures in population genetics

Probability, statistics and combinatorics: Finitely dependent colouring
The talk should be accessible to those without a formal logic background  it will have a combinatorial flavour.

Geometry and topology: A product structure on the Floer homology of Lagrangian cobordisms

PhD seminar: Trees

Information meeting about PhD studies at the department of mathematics
The department invites students interested in PhD studies in mathematics.

PDE and applications: Deriving macroscopic equations for complex systems

PDE and applications: Introduction to deep learning

Analytic combinatorics
This is the first of a series of lectures in analytic combinatorics. Fika will be served at 10.00.

Geometri och topologi: Froyshovtype invariants via homotopy theory

Sannolikhet, statistik och kombinatorik: Scaling limits of odometers in sandpile models

On the BourgainDyatlov fractal uncertainty principle

PDE and applications: On zero mass limit in mathematical general relativity

PDE och tillämpningar

CAPAseminarium: Positive measure of KAM tori for finitely differentiable Hamiltonians

PDE and applications: Introduction to deep learning, continued

PDE och tillämpningar: Quasilocal mass in general relativity and some recent developments on Bartnik's definition

Geometry and topology: Categorical action of the braid group of the cylinder: symplectic aspect

Geometry and topology: Nonlinear Fredholm mappings and homotopy theory

PDE och tillämpningar: Infinityharmonic potentials in convex rings

Geometry and topology: Derived categories of Enriques and Bielliptic surfaces

Probability, statistics and combinatorics: Jantelagen for the particle systems

Doctoral thesis defence: Optimal adaptive designs and adaptive randomization techniques for clinical trials

Presentation of Degree project C: Linearscaling recursive expansion of the FermiDirac operator

CAPA: Validated simulation based on RungeKutta, constraint programming and application on chaotic systems

PDE and applications: Schiffer operators on Riemann surfaces and the jump formula for quasicircles

CAPA: Critical points of the multiplier map

Sannolikhet, statistik och kombinatorik: The monkey walk: a random walk with random reinforced relocations and fading memory

Asymptotics and analytic combinatorics in SageMath

Colloquium: Local Constraint Solving — How to Colour Without Looking (Much)

KTHUppsala PDE days

PDE och tillämpningar: Analysis and geometry on asymptotically hyperbolic manifolds and convexcocompact manifolds with variable negative curvature

Sannolikhet, statistik och kombinatorik: Competing frogs on Z^d

The PDEs and Applications seminar: On a strongly degenerate parabolic equation of Kolmogorov

Probability, Statistics and Combinatorics: MakerBreaker percolation games

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Seminars in Statistics

Doctoral thesis defence: Constructions in higherdimensional AuslanderReiten theory
Opponent: Petter Andreas Bergh from NTNU (Trondheim)

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Presentation of Degree Project E: Parametric Geometry of Numbers and Exponents of Diophantine Approximation

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Probability, Statistics and Combinatorics: : Cutting Down and Growing Trees

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Presentation of degree project E: GromovWitten invariants for CPn

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Presentations of degree project E

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Presentations of degree project C

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Presentation of degree project E: Privacy for CoTrajectories

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AI Seminars

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Presentation of degree project E: The Hawkes process, a selfexciting Poisson shotnoise model

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Probability, Statistics and Combinatorics: How to measure correlation with three variables and Simpson's paradox

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Doctoral thesis defence: Multitrait Branching Models with Applications to Species Evolution

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Presentation of degree project C in mathematics: Recent development in the cutting model

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Presentation of degree project C in mathematics: Knots, Reidemeister moves and knot invariants

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Geometric analysis/Mathematical general relativity: A Positive Mass Theorem for Manifolds with Boundary

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Presentation of degree project E in mathematics: Anomaly detection in seasonal ARIMA models

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Geometry and Topology: Qdeformation of stability conditions and quadratic differentials

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Probability, Statistics and Combinatorics: Limit of the RightMost Position of a Modified Branching Random Walk

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The PDEs and Applications seminar: Kinetic theory for the lowdensity Lorentz gas

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Geometry and Topology: Operads

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The PDEs and Applications seminar: Degenerate Equations and Boundary Conditions in Finance

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Geometry and Topology: DGAs CoDGAs and Ainfinity algebras

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CAPA: Method for estimating hidden structures determined by unidentifiable mathematical models and time series data based on the Groebner basis on differential algebra

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DNA seminar: Zeroone laws for uniform shrinking target systems

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The PDEs and Applications seminar: Central Limit Theorem for linear statistics for orthogonal polynomial ensembles on the unit circle

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Geometry and Topology: Legendrian surgery formula and ChekanovEliashberg algebras for singular Legendrian

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Stochastic Analysis and Applications: Optimal switching problems: solution techniques and applications

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Doctoral thesis defence: 7D supersymmetric YangMills theory on toric and hypertoric manifolds

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The PDEs and Applications seminar: Homogenisation with error estimates of attractors for damped semilinear anisotropic wave equations

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Stochastic Analysis and Applications: Optimal dividends with partial information and stopping of a degenerate reflecting diffusion

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CAPA: Beltrami fields with hyperbolic periodic orbits enclosed by knotted invariant tori

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The PDEs and Applications seminar: Boundedness of Schrödinger Integral Operators in Sobolev Spaces

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Stochastic Analysis and Applications: Playing stopping games against a ghost
Abstract: We study a class of optimal stopping games (Dynkin games) with uncertainty about the existence of competitors. We show that there exists a Nash equilibrium in randomized stopping times which is described explicitly in terms of the corresponding oneplayer game.
This is joint work with Tiziano De Angelis.
Welcome! 
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Geometry and Topology: Legendrian surgery formula and ChekanovEliashberg algebras for singular Legendrian, part II

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Probability, Statistics and Combinatorics: Strictly weak consensus in the uniform compass model on Z
Abstract: We investigate a model for opinion dynamics, in which individuals are modeled by vertices of a graph. As time progresses, neighboring individuals interact, which results in a realignment of their opinions closer towards each other and as a result triggers formation of a consensus. Our main focus is on strong consensus (i.e. global agreement of all individuals) versus weak consensus (i.e.

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CAPA: Global instability for `complete' families of perturbations with two or three independent harmonics
We prove that for any nontrivial perturbation depending
on any two independent harmonics of a pendulum and a rotor
there is global instability, also called Arnold diffusion.
The proof is based on the geometrical method and relies on
the concrete computation of several scattering maps.
A complete description of the different kinds of scattering maps
taking place as well as the existence of piecewi 
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The PDEs and Applications seminar: Wave equations close to Cauchy and event horizons and applications in general relativity
Abstract: The fundamental equations in Einstein's theory of general relativity are wave equations on curved spaces. The behavior of waves becomes particularly interesting close to event horizons of black holes or close to so called Cauchy horizons. I will explain new results on this topic and relate them to the following classical open questions:
Is there a general mathematical obstruction to time 
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Stochastic Analysis and Applications: Moment constrained optimal dividends: precommitment & consistent planning

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DNAsemainariet: Diophantine approximation in number fields
Abstract: Classical Diophantine approximation, roughly speaking, seeks to quantify the statement "the rationals are dense in the reals".
In this seminar, I will explain how analogues of results from this area can be proven in number fields: as an example, I will discuss a classical result, namely Gallagher's zeroone law, give a statement of this in number fields, and sketch a proof, outlining th 
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Simple homotopy type of the Hamiltonian Floer complex