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In episode 773 of 90 Seconds of Science (in Portuguese), Ricardo Schiappa talks about the mathematical research of his group, directed to study the basic elements that build the geometry and topology of our universe.
05/02/2020 — 06/02/2020
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.
03/02/2020 — 05/02/2020
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.
The Professor Jaime Campos Ferreira Prizes 2019 were awarded to:
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The awards cerimony will take place on December 19th at 5pm in the Mathematics Commons Room.
João Pimentel Nunes, Instituto Superior Técnico, CAMGSD, Universidade de Lisboa
A CIM Pedro Nunes Lecture by the 2014 Fields medalist, Martin Hairer.
A "rubber band" constrained to remain on a manifold evolves by trying to shorten its length, eventually settling on a closed geodesic, or collapsing entirely. It is natural to try to consider a noisy version of such a model where each segment of the band gets pulled in random directions. Trying to build such a model turns out to be surprisingly difficult and generates a number of nice insights, as well as some beautiful algebraic and analytical objects. We will survey some of the main results obtained on the way to this construction.
Carlos Florentino, Departamento de Matemática, Faculdade de Ciências, Universidade de Lisboa, CMAFcIO
05/11/2019 — 06/11/2019
@ Departamento de Matemática, Instituto Superior Técnico, Campus da Alameda
06/04/2020 — 08/04/2020
The meeting has been postponed indefinitely due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The 2020 edition of the Iberian Cosmology Meeting (IberiCOS 2020) will be held at the University of Coimbra. This series of meetings is aimed at encouraging the interaction and collaboration between researchers working in Cosmology and related areas in Portugal and Spain. Researchers working in other countries are also most welcome.
These meetings are designed to encourage the presentation of work in progress. In this same spirit, the meetings will not be restricted to a single focused topic, but are open to cosmologists in the broadest sense, from mathematical cosmology and theoretical particle physics to observational astrophysics. Stimulating interactions between theorists and observers is also a particular concern of the organisers.