Research, work, and student seminars to be held at DMIST during the next few weeks.
- 17/10/2018, 11:30
- Björn Gohla
Monoids, Monads and Simplicial Objects
- 17/10/2018, 17:00
- Maximilian Schwick
- 19/10/2018, 15:00
- Moritz Reintjes
Optimal metric regularity in General Relativity follows from the RT-equations by elliptic regularity theory
- 24/10/2018, 14:00
- Rolf Stenberg
Stabilised Finite Element Methods for Variational Inequalities
- 05/11/2018, 15:00
- Zhihao Duan
Computing the elliptic genus of higher rank E-strings
Agregações and doctorates
- 11/09/2018, 14:30, PhD
- Filipe Manuel Rodrigues Casal
Combining Satisfiability Procedures and Probabilistic Satisfiability
- 28/06/2018, 11:00, Agregação
- Ana Patrícia Carvalho Gonçalves
Universality from Microscopic Stochastic Dynamics
- 07/06/2018, 14:00, Agregação
- Daniel da Silva Graça
Introduction to the Theory of Computation
Computing with Continuos-Time Dynamical Systems
- 28/05/2018, 14:30, PhD
- Carlos Miguel Santos Oliveira
Stochastic optimization and decisions made under uncertainty
- 30/04/2018, 14:00, PhD
- Jaime Augusto Delgado Mancelos Silva
Mixed Hodge Structures of Character Varieties
21/09/2018 — 19/10/2018
Applications to the 2018 Professor Jaime Campos Ferreira Prize are now open, until 5pm on October 19, 2018.
This prize was established in 2002 by the Department of Mathematics of IST with the twofold purpose of distinguishing, for academic merit in Mathematics, students at this school, and to honor Professor Jaime Campos Ferreira (1927-2016), Emeritus Professor at IST, who decisevely contributed to the creation and development of the Department and greatly stimulated the interest in Mathematics of several generations of students.
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.
Global mathematics related news and events with possible interest for DMIST.