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Paul Krühner (TU Wien) gives a lecture with the title: On the Brownian limit order book dynamics
Nicola Lunardon (Department of Economics, Management and Statistics, University of Milano-Bicocca) will give a seminar in the lunch area, 8th floor Niels Henrik Abels hus at 14:15.
Roxana Dumitrescu (King’s College, London) gives a lecture with the title: Game options in an imperfect market with default
Nacira Agram (University of Oslo) gives a lecture with the title: A Hida-Malliavin white noise calculus approach to optimal control
M.Sc. Johanna Ridder ved Matematisk institutt avholder prøveforelesning over oppgitt emne: "Theory and numerics of conservation laws with nonlocal flux functions".
M.Sc. Johanna Ridder ved Matematisk institutt vil forsvare sin avhandling for graden ph.d.:
Finite Difference Methods for Nonlinear Evolution Equations: Convergence Proofs and Applications to Liquid Crystals
Achref Bachouch (Universitetet i Oslo) gives a lecture with the title: Numerical probabilistic method for Semi-linear Stochastic PDEs using Backward Doubly SDEs.
The second Scandinavian Gathering Around Remarkable Discrete Mathematics
Lluís Quer-Sardanyons (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona) gives a lecture with the title: The Hyperbolic Anderson Model with rough noise in space
On 4-6 July 2017, the second conference on the mathematics of energy markets will take place at the Wolfgang Pauli Institute (WPI) in Vienna, Austria. The conference is an activity within the thematic program "Mathematics for Risk in Finance and Energy" at the WPI.
We welcome participants from academia and industry to take part in this event.
A pre-conference intensive course will be organized on Monday July 3. The course leader will be Professor Almut Veraart, who will give a course on Ambit stochastics with applications to commodity markets.
Jocelyne Bion-Nadal (Ecole Polytechnique) gives a lecture with the title: Feynman Kac formula for differential operators with path-dependent coefficients
Florentina Paraschiv (Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet) gives a lecture with the title: Estimation and Application of Fully Parametric Multifactor Quantile Regression with Dynamic Coefficients
M.Sc. Miroslav Kuchta ved Matematisk institutt vil forsvare sin avhandling for graden ph.d.:
Preconditioners for singular problems and coupled problems with domains of different dimensionality
M.Sc. Miroslav Kuchta ved Matematisk institutt avholder prøveforelesning over oppgitt emne: "Modeling and observation of aeration and droplets due to breaking waves".
In the 80's Bökstedt introduced THH(A), the Topological Hochschild homology of a ring A, and a trace map from algebraic K-theory of A to THH(A). This trace map, along with the circle action on THH, have since been used extensively to make calculations of algebraic K-theory. When the ring A has an anti-involution Hesselholt and Madsen have promoted the spectrum K(A) to a genuine Z/2-spectrum whose fixed points is the K-theory of Hermitian forms over A. They also introduced Real topological Hochschild homology THR(A), which is a genuine equivariant refinement of THH, and Dotto constructed an equivariant refinement of Bökstedt's trace map. I will report on recent joint work with Dotto, Patchkoria and Reeh on models for the spectrum THR(A) and calculations of its RO(Z/2)-graded homotopy groups.
Adam Sørensen (Oslo) will give a talk with title: Overlapping qubits
Abstract: I will discuss the paper "Overlapping Qubits" by Chao, Reichardt, Sutherland, and Vidick (arXiv:1701.01062 - category: Quantum Physics!). Qubits are the bits of quantum computing. In the paper the authors take the point of view that a qubit mathematically is described by a pair of anticommuting reflections on a finite dimensional Hilbert space. Two qubits are independent if their defining operators commute. The central point of the paper is that when performing observations we should not expect two qubits to be exactly independent, rather we should expect them to be almost independent, i.e. the norms of the commutators should be small. This naturally leads to questions about almost commuting matrices, which is why I care. I will attempt to explain how questions of almost commuting matrices come up, and how the physicists answer them.
Youssef Ouknine (Cadi Ayyad University, Marrakesh, Morocco) gives a lecture with the title: Optimal stopping with f-expectations: the irregular case.
Large Eddy Simulation of the interaction of water waves with turbulent air flow
Khalifa Essebaly (Cadi Ayyad University, Marrakesh, Morocco) gives a lecture with the title: Optimal rates for parameter estimation of stationary Gaussian processes.
Lan Zhang (University of Illinois at Chicago, Department of Finance) will give a seminar in the lunch area, 8th floor Niels Henrik Abels hus at 14:15.