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.

Dr Sophie Calabretto
The detection, and forecasting, of ocean vortices is important in the field of geophysical fluid dynamics as these eddies tend to play a major role in the underlying flow dynamics of the ocean. We approach the issue of ocean eddy identification from...

Dr Sung Yong Kim
This talk presents various aspects of coastal surface circulation based on multi-year observations of high-frequency radar-derived surface currents off the U.S. West coast.  The dynamics of the surface currents are governed by tides, winds, Coriolis...

Craig Tracy
The asymmetric simple exclusion process (ASEP) is arguably the simplest generalization of simple random walk on the integer lattice to interacting random walkers on the integer lattice. This lecture will explain why ASEP is an integrable model (...

Professor Katsuto Tanaka
Dealing with nonstationary panel models with the error term following the AR(1) process, we examine cross-sectional effects of regressors on the asymptotic properties of panel unit root tests. For this purpose we consider various types of common and...

Gunther Uhlmann
Inverse problems arise in all fields of science and technology where causes for a desired or observed effect are to be determined. By solving an inverse problem is in fact how we obtain a large part of our information about the world. An example is...