Research, work, and student seminars to be held at DMIST during the next few weeks.
- 17/05/2021, 17:00
- David Tong
How to Give Chiral Fermions a Mass
- 18/05/2021, 17:00
- Camilla Felisetti
P=W conjectures for character varieties with a symplectic resolution
- 20/05/2021, 15:00
- Mariana Smit Vega Garcia
Regularity of almost minimizers with free boundary
- 21/05/2021, 14:00
- Kyriakos Vamvoudakis
Learning-Based Actuator Placement and Receding Horizon Control for Security against Actuation Attacks
- 21/05/2021, 17:00
- Bruce Bartlett
Asymptotics of the classical and quantum $6j$ symbols
Agregações and doctorates
- 06/11/2020, 14:00, PhD
- Preeti Yadav
Pratical Quantum Privacy Protocols
- 24/09/2020, 13:30, Agregação
- João Lopes Costa
Mathematics and numerical Methods for Economy and Finance I
Topics in Mathematical Relativity
- 06/07/2020, 15:00, Agregação
- Henrique Manuel dos Santos Silveira de Oliveira
Mathematics of Music
Synchronization by small impacts
- 18/06/2020, 15:00, Agregação
- João Filipe Quintas dos Santos Rasga
Decidability of First-Order Theories
Combining Logics and Theories
28/06/2021 — 02/07/2021
The purpose of this Workshop-School is to bring together researchers working on different mirror symmetry phenomena occuring in moduli spaces. Along with cutting-edge research talks, there will be four introductory mini courses addressed to students and young researchers in differential geometry, algebraic geometry, theoretical physics and related areas.
12/07/2021 — 16/07/2021
The 2021 National Meeting of the SPM will take place online, from July 12 to 16.
The PROGRAM includes 14 PLENARY SPEAKERS, all with distinctions and awards: Fields Medals (4), invited speakers at ICM, EMS Prize, Euler Medal, Fulkerson Awards, Henri Poincaré, Loève and Paul Doistau-Émile Blutet, Philip Leverhulme, MacArthur Fellows, CNRS Silver Medal, NSF Career, TWAS Prize, Whitehead Jr&Sr, Pessoa Award; PARALLEL SESSIONS on mathematics, teaching, history, and dissemination, with Portuguese and foreign researchers; 9 BLOCKS FOR CONTRIBUTED SESSIONS of 2 h each (45 min + 3 times 20 min).
20/09/2021 — 24/09/2021
@ Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisboa, Portugal
The European Conference on Numerical Mathematics and Advanced Applications (ENUMATH) conferences are a forum for presenting and discussing novel and fundamental advances in numerical mathematics and challenging scientific and industrial applications on the highest level of international expertise. They started in Paris in 1995. Subsequent ENUMATH conferences were held at the universities of Heidelberg (1997), Jyväskylä (1999), Ischia Porto (2001), Prague (2003), Santiago de Compostela (2005), Graz (2007), Uppsala (2009), Leicester (2011), Lausanne (2013), Ankara (2015), Bergen (2017) and Egmond aan Zee (2019).
ENUMATH 2021 has been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It has been postponed to September 4-8, 2023, in Lisbon and will take place at the same location, the Instituto Superior Técnico. Most of the Invited Speakers of the ENUMATH 2021 conference already accepted the invitation for 2023. The website with updated news will be created in due time.
20/09/2021 — 24/09/2021
This online international workshop brings together researchers to facilitate collaborative discussions on current developments in quantum gravity and string theory.
Organizers: Gabriel Lopes Cardoso, Suresh Nampuri
30/09/2021 — 31/10/2021
A video channel was created on the FCCN Educast platform for storage and distribution of various contents regarding the Department of Mathematics.
The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters has decided to award the Abel Prize for 2021 to László Lovász of Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics (ELKH, MTA Institute of Excellence) and Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest, Hungary, and Avi Wigderson of the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, USA, “for their foundational contributions to theoretical computer science and discrete mathematics, and their leading role in shaping them into central fields of modern mathematics”.
Final public defenses for agregação or PhD either recent or upcoming.
Global mathematics related news and events with possible interest for DMIST.