Colloquium

Colloquia are a series of seminars held by well-known scientists, ranging over all fields of pure and applied mathematics, or interdisciplinary main themes where mathematics plays a major role. They are thought of as an enrichment of the cultural and scholarly life of our Department and University, also offering young researchers the opportunity of exploring various research fields.

1. Giorgio Consigli "An application of stochastic optimization methods to optimal individual asset–liability management"
Colloquium 1 March 2012 application/pdf (199.12 kB) - 1 March 2012

2. Fabrizio Catanese "L'angelo della topologia ed il demonio dell'algebra astratta lottano per l'anima della Teoria dei Moduli?"
Colluquium 12 April 2012 application/pdf (255.38 kB) - 12 April 2012

3. Marta Sanz–Solé "Measuring the probability that random trajectories hit a deterministic set"
Colloquium 11 May 2012 application/pdf (165.69 kB) - 11 May 2012

4. Rolf Jeltsch "Modeling and simulation in 3 d of compressible magnetohydrodynamic plasma flow in circuit breakers"
Colloquium 11 May 2012 application/pdf (165.69 kB) - 11 May 2012

5. Giovanni Jona–Lasinio "Trasformazioni termodinamiche in stati di non equilibrio"
Colloquium 17 May 2012 application/pdf (203.41 kB) - 17 May 2012

6. Jean Michel Coron "Stabilization of control systems"
Colloquium 18 October 2012 application/pdf (202.82 kB) - 18 October 2012

7. Christian Lubich "Numerically stable coupling of interior and exterior problems for the wave equation"
Colloquium 8 November 2012 application/pdf (205.31 kB) - 8 November 2012

8. Laure Saint-Raymond "The irreversibility in gas dynamics, a matter of probability"
Colloquium 14 March 2013 application/pdf (206.01 kB) - 14 March 2013

9. Martin Sombra "Solving polynomial equations"
Locandina application/pdf (251.62 kB) - 30 maggio 2013

10. Michael Struwe "Critical nonlinear wave equations"
Locandina application/pdf (202.15 kB) - 6 giugno 2013

11. Laszlo Erdos "Universality for random matrices and log–gases"
locandina application/pdf (205.27 kB) - 11 novembre 2014

12. Maurice de Gosson "On Born-Jordan Quantization"
26 febbraio 2016

13. Benjamin Schlein "Derivation of the Hartree-Fock equation for the quantum evolution of weakly coupled particles"
14 giugno 2016

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