Mathematics colloquia

These are Mathematics Colloquia suitable for anyone.

Seminar details

Day: Wednesdays or Fridays.
Open to: Staff, students and the public.

For further information, please contact the organiser Dr Bin Cheng.

Upcoming seminars

There are currently no colloquia scheduled. Please check back soon for further announcements.

Past seminars

A partial overview of the recent trends in the mathematical analysis of deep learning
Speaker: Stephane Chretien (NPL)
Time: 3pm - 4pm
Date: Wednesday 22 May 2019
Venue: 22AA04
Abstract: Find out more.

On the Enumeration of Irreducible Polynomials over Finite Fields with Prescribed Coefficients
Speaker: Robert Granger (Surrey, Computing)
Time: 3pm - 4pm
Date: Friday 17 May 2019
Venue: 39AA04
Abstract: Find out more.

Next generation neural field modelling
Speaker: Stephen Coombes (Nottingham)
Time: 3pm - 4pm
Date: Friday 10 May 2019
Venue: 39AA04
Abstract: Find out more.

Application of complex analysis to the geometry of river valleys and networks
Speaker: Prof Robb McDonald (University College London)
Time: 3pm - 4pm
Date: Wednesday 20 February 2019
Venue: TBA
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Fast Stretching of Paired Vortex Filaments in Axisymmetric and General Geometry
Speaker: Andrew Gilbert (Exeter)
Time: 3pm - 4pm
Date: Friday 08 February 2019
Venue: 39AA04
Abstract: Find out more

Cole-Hopf transform and its extension to the Navier-Stokes equations
Speaker: Prof Koji Ohkitani, University of Sheffield
Time: 3pm - 4pm
Date: Wednesday 16 January 2019
Venue: 39 AA 04
Abstract: Find out more.

Generating new physics models from machine learning
Speaker: Dr Sven Krippendorf, University of Munich
Time: 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Date: Wednesday 14 November 2018
Venue: 22 AA 04
Abstract: Find out more.

Strength in numbers: How demographic noise can reverse the direction of selection
Speaker: Dr Tim Rogers, University of Bath
Time: 4pm - 5pm
Date: Wednesday 31 October 2018
Venue: 22 AA 04
Abstract: Find out more.

Sets of integers containing (almost) arithmetic progressions
Speaker: Dr Jonathan Fraser, University of St Andrews
Time: 4pm - 5pm
Date: Wednesday 24 October 2018
Venue: 22 AA 04
Abstract: Find out more.

Cryptography using group theory
Speaker: Prof Simon Blackburn, Royal Holloway University of London
Time: 3pm - 4pm
Date: Wednesday 17 October 2018
Venue: 22 AA 04
Abstract: Find out more.

Quantum mechanics and Riemann hypothesis
Speaker: Prof Dorje Brody
Time: 12 noon - 1pm
Date: Friday 8 June 2018
Venue: 39 AA 04
Abstract: Find out more.

From gauge theory to higher gauge theory
Speaker: Dr Christian Saemann (Heriot-Watt University)
Time: 3pm - 4pm
Date: Wednesday 30 May 2018
Venue: 39 AA 04
Abstract: Find out more.

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