Research, work, and student seminars to be held at DMIST during the next few weeks.
- 24/01/2019, 15:00
- Erida Gjini
Modeling microbial interactions, dynamics and interventions: from data to processes
- 25/01/2019, 14:00
- Joe Chen
Mini-course on Hydrodynamic limit of particle systems on resistance spaces (I)
- 28/01/2019, 15:30
- Joe Chen
Mini-course on Hydrodynamic limit of particle systems on resistance spaces (II)
- 30/01/2019, 15:00
- Anne Franzen
Flat FLRW and Kasner Big Bang singularities analyzed on the level of scalar waves
- 30/01/2019, 15:30
- Joe Chen
Mini-course on Hydrodynamic limit of particle systems on resistance spaces (III)
Agregações and doctorates
- 05/12/2018, 15:00, PhD
- Walter Priesnitz Filho
Privacy-Preserving Attribute Aggregation in eID Federations
- 04/12/2018, 14:30, PhD
- Anna Carolina Nametala Finamore do Couto
Academic Intelligence in Higher Education Institutions
- 13/11/2018, 14:30, PhD
- Guilherme Henrique Caçador Ramos
Improving Information Security in Ranking Recomender and Control Systems
- 02/11/2018, 14:30, PhD
- Pedro Fontoura Correia de Oliveira
Cosmic No-Hair for Spherically Symmetric Black Hole Spacetimes
- 11/09/2018, 14:30, PhD
- Filipe Manuel Rodrigues Casal
Combining Satisfiability Procedures and Probabilistic Satisfiability
06/02/2019 — 08/02/2019
The Mathematics Winter School (MWS) is designed to help students from the first or second cycle of university studies find fascinating study options. Mathematicians, from university and industry, are going to talk about mathematics, its applications, mathematical research, and mathematics in the real word, in an environment where students will have time and space to look, listen and think ahead.
The MWS is open to all interested students from the first or second cycle of university studies, from IST or other schools, students of mathematics or not. Students from outside the Lisbon area may apply for financial support.
18/02/2019 — 20/02/2019
The IST Lectures on Algebraic Geometry and Physics started in 1999 and target the bridging of gaps between exciting new areas of Algebraic Geometry and Physics.
15/07/2019 — 17/07/2019
22/07/2019 — 26/07/2019
IWOTA 2019 intends to bring together mathematicians and engineers working in Functional Analysis, Operator Theory and their applications, namely mathematical physics, control theory and signal processing.
Final public defenses for agregação or PhD either recent or upcoming.
Local mathematics related news and events from other organizations with possible interest for DMIST.
Global mathematics related news and events with possible interest for DMIST.