Coming Seminars

Our regular seminar program covers a broad range of topics from applied mathematics, pure mathematics and statistics. All welcome, especially students. A complete list of past seminars can be accessed via the left-hand menu.

Philippe Thieullen
Hamilton-Jacobi equations are first order PDEs of a special type related to the dynamics of a Hamiltonian flow. Weak KAM theory is a set of tools in dynamical systems that enable us to solve these equations using a semi-group of non-linear operators...

Andy Hone
1) Background and examples of cluster algebras: Somos sequences in number theory; Laurent property; Abel pentagon identity, Lyness map and the dilogarithm; Zamolodchikov Y-systems; Plucker coordinates in Grassmanians; discrete Hirota equations.2)...

David Balding
Genetic association studies typically we have up to 10^7 genetic markers and between 10^3 and 10^5 study subjects, and so they often face a “too many predictors” problem requiring further assumptions. Sparsity assumptions were popular in the past,...

Xuan Duong
We explain some recent progress concerning estimates of singular integrals with rough kernels and function spaces associated to operators on non-doubling spaces such as the non-doubling manifolds with ends.

Andy Hone
1) Background and examples of cluster algebras: Somos sequences in number theory; Laurent property; Abel pentagon identity, Lyness map and the dilogarithm; Zamolodchikov Y-systems; Plucker coordinates in Grassmanians; discrete Hirota equations.2)...

Andy Hone
1) Background and examples of cluster algebras: Somos sequences in number theory; Laurent property; Abel pentagon identity, Lyness map and the dilogarithm; Zamolodchikov Y-systems; Plucker coordinates in Grassmanians; discrete Hirota equations.2...

Qihe Tang
We are concerned with losses from defaults in a small or large portfolio of defaultable obligors. A static structural model is employed in which for each obligor a latent variable is introduced to govern its default and loss rate. For a small...

Andy Hone
1) Background and examples of cluster algebras: Somos sequences in number theory; Laurent property; Abel pentagon identity, Lyness map and the dilogarithm; Zamolodchikov Y-systems; Plucker coordinates in Grassmanians; discrete Hirota equations.2)...

Andy Hone
1) Background and examples of cluster algebras: Somos sequences in number theory; Laurent property; Abel pentagon identity, Lyness map and the dilogarithm; Zamolodchikov Y-systems; Plucker coordinates in Grassmanians; discrete Hirota equations.2...

Andrew Zammit
Atmospheric trace gas inversion is a method for assessing the spatial distribution of gas emissions/sinks, or flux, from (i) mole fraction measurements and (ii) atmospheric simulations from deterministic computer models. Studies to date are...

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