## Visiting address

Ullevål StadionSognsveien 77B

0855 OSLO

Norway

Andrea Cremaschi: Bayesian inference and prediction for high-frequency data using Particle Filtering

Time:
Aug. 16, 2016 2:15 PM

Andrea Cremaschi (earlier University of Kent, now UiO) will give a seminar in the lunch area, 8th floor Niels Henrik Abels hus at 14:15.

Time and place:
Aug. 16, 2016 10:15 AM,
B 738 NHA

Bloch constructed higher cycle class maps from higher Chow groups to Deligne cohomology and étale cohomology. I will define a map from the motivic Eilenberg-Mac Lane spectrum to the spectrum representing Deligne cohomology in the motivic stable homotopy category over C such that it gives Bloch's higher cycle class map on cohomology. The map is induced by the map from Voevodsky's algebraic cobordism spectrum MGL to the Hodge-filtered complex cobordism spectrum defined by Hopkins-Quick. This extends a result of Totaro showing that the usual cycle class map to singular cohomology factors through complex cobordism modulo the coefficients of the Lazard ring MU^{2*} tensor_L Z. This is joint work with Amit Hogadi.

Time and place:
Aug. 11, 2016 2:15 PM - 3:00 PM,
Niels Henrik Abels hus, room 935

Yaozhong Hu (University of Kansas, USA) gives a lecture with the title: Rate of convergence and asymptotic error distribution of Euler approximation schemes for fractional diffusions

Time and place:
Aug. 11, 2016 1:15 PM - 2:00 PM,
Niels Henrik Abels hus, room 935

Olfa Draouil (University of Tunis El Manar, Tunisia) gives a lecture with the title: Optimal insider control of stochastic partial differential equations

Time and place:
July 5, 2016 8:30 AM -
July 7, 2016 6:00 PM,
Wolfgang Pauli Institute, Vienna

On 5-7 July 2016, there will be a conference on the mathematics of energy markets organized 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** on stochastic modelling of energy markets will be organized on Monday July 4. The course leader will be Professor Fred Espen Benth. Click here to get more information about the intensive course.

Time and place:
July 4, 2016 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM,
Wolfgang Pauli Institute, Vienna

By participating in this intensive course, you will learn about recent developments in the modelling of the random dynamics of forward and futures prices in energy (and commodity) markets. A general theoretical framework for stochastic processes with values in function space is developed, and applied to the particular situation of forward price modelling, yielding a class of space-time random fields.

The course requires a knowledge in stochastic analysis.

Time and place:
June 27, 2016 1:15 PM,
Aud. 4 Vilhelm Bjerknes' hus

M.Sc. Reidar Kvale Joki ved Matematisk institutt vil forsvare sin avhandling for graden ph.d.:

*Failure Mechanisms in Fibre Reinforced Polymer Composites - Experimental and Numerical Analysis*

Time and place:
June 27, 2016 10:15 AM,
Aud. 4 Vilhelm Bjerknes' hus

M.Sc. Reidar Kvale Joki ved Matematisk institutt avholder prøveforelesning over oppgitt emne: "Overview of recent development of fatigue driven delamination of composites".

Time and place:
June 24, 2016 10:15 AM - 11:00 AM,
NHA, room 1036

Multi-index Monte Carlo and Multi-index Stochastic Collocation

Time and place:
June 23, 2016 -
June 28, 2016,
Quality Hotel, Tønsberg, Norway

The conference is part of a joint French-Norwegian conference series on curves and surfaces. In Norway previous meetings were held in Oslo 1988, Biri 1991, Ulvik 1994, Lillehammer 1997, Oslo 2000, Tromsø 2004, Tønsberg 2008, and Oslo 2012. In France the last meeting was in Paris 2014.

Time and place:
June 16, 2016 10:15 AM - 12:00 PM,
NHA B735

In this talk I will present a paper by D. Bisch, R. Nicoara and S. Popa where continuous families of irreducible subfactors of the hyperfinite II_1 factor which are non-isomorphic, but have all the same standard invariant are constructed. In particular, they obtain 1-parameter families of irreducible, non-isomorphic subfactors of the hyperfinite II_1 factor with Jones index 6, which have all the same standard invariant with property (T).

Time:
June 14, 2016 2:15 PM - 3:00 PM

Igor Barros Barbosa (PhD candidate at Department of Computer and Information Science at NTNU) gives a seminar on deep learning at Department of Mathematics on the 8th floor of Niels Henrik Abels hus.

Time and place:
June 9, 2016 2:15 PM - 4:00 PM,
B738, NH Abels hus

Ritwik Mukherjee (TIFR) gives the Seminar in Algebra and Algebraic Geometry:

**Title: **Enumerative Geometry of singular curves in a Linear System

**Abstract:** Enumerative geometry is a branch of mathematics that deals with the following question: "How many geometric objects satisfy certain constraints". A well known class of enumerative question is to count curves in a linear system H^0(X,L) that have some prescribed singularities. In this talk we will describe a topological method to approach this problem. We will express the enumerative numbers as the Euler class of an appropriate bundle. We will then go on to explain how we compute the degenerate contribution of the Euler class using a topological method.

Time and place:
June 1, 2016,
Abels utsikt, 12.etasje i Niels Henrik Abels hus

We invite you to a one-day workshop celebrating Professor Bent Natvig's 70th anniversary. Invited speakers will present recent developments in some of the areas where Bent has made significant contributions, including reliability theory and mathematical statistics.

Bent Natvig has, since 1986, been a professor of mathematical statistics at the Department of Mathematics. He is the author of a long list of important papers published in top-ranked scientific journals as well as the recent book entitled "Multistate Systems Reliability Theory with Applications" (John Wiley & Sons). At our department, Bent has taken the leading role in the area of reliability theory. On August 1 this year, he turns 70.

Time and place:
May 30, 2016 2:15 PM - 3:00 PM,
Niels Henrik Abels hus, room 801

Dr. Nacira Agram (University of Biskra, Algeria) gives a lecture with the title: Stochastic optimal control of McKean-Vlasov equations with anticipating law.

Time and place:
May 27, 2016 1:15 PM,
Aud. 4 Vilhelm Bjerknes' hus

M. Sc. Kristina Rognlien Dahl ved Matematisk institutt vil forsvare sin avhandling for graden ph.d.:

*Information and Memory in Stochastic Optimal Control*

Time and place:
May 27, 2016 10:15 AM,
Aud. 4 Vilhelm Bjerknes' hus

M. Sc. Kristina Rognlien Dahl ved Matematisk institutt avholder prøveforelesning over oppgitt emne: "Optimal insider utility portfolio in Kyle-Back models".

Time and place:
May 26, 2016 2:15 PM - 4:00 PM,
B738, NH Abels hus

John Christian Ottem, UiO, gives the Seminar in Algebra and Algebraic Geometry:

Title: Moduli of K3s via Global Torelli

Abstract: I'll give a brief account of the Torelli theorems and the construction of the moduli space of K3 surfaces

Time:
May 24, 2016 2:15 PM

Abhik Ghosh (Dept. of Biostatistics, UiO) will give a seminar in the lunch area, 8th floor Niels Henrik Abels hus at 14:15.

Time and place:
May 20, 2016 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM,
Rest area 7.floor NHA

Continuing from last week, I will talk about Andrew Wiles' proof of the Taniyama-Shimura-Weil Conjecture, and why it implies Fermat's Last Theorem.

There will be served coffee, tea and biscuits from 14.00.

Time and place:
May 19, 2016 2:15 PM - 4:00 PM,
NHA B735

Abstract: This talk addresses some of the fundamental barriers in the theory of computations. Many computational problems can be solved as follows: a sequence of approximations is created by an algorithm, and the solution to the problem is the limit of this sequence (think about computing eigenvalues of a matrix for example). However, as we demonstrate, for several basic problems in computations such as computing spectra of operators, solutions to inverse problems, roots of polynomials using rational maps, solutions to convex optimization problems, imaging problems etc. such a procedure based on one limit is impossible. Yet, one can compute solutions to these problems, but only by using several limits. This may come as a surprise, however, this touches onto the boundaries of computational mathematics. To analyze this phenomenon we use the Solvability Complexity Index (SCI). The SCI is the smallest number of limits needed in order to compute a desired quantity. The SCI phenomenon is independent of the axiomatic setup and hence any theory aiming at establishing the foundations of computational mathematics will have to include the so called SCI Hierarchy. We will specifically discuss the vast amount of classification problems in this non-collapsing complexity/computability hierarchy that occur in inverse problems, compressed sensing problems, l1 and TV optimization problems, spectral problems, PDEs and computational mathematics in general.

Time and place:
May 19, 2016 2:15 PM - 4:00 PM,
B738, NH Abels hus

Alessandro Oneto (Stockholm) gives the Seminar in Algebra and Algebraic Geometry:

**Ideals of points and Waring problems for polynomials**

Time and place:
May 13, 2016 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM,
Rest area 7.floor NHA

In preparation for the Abel Prize week, I will talk about Fermat's Last Theorem and the Taniyama-Shimura-Weil Conjecture about the modularity of elliptic curves.

There will be served coffee, tea and biscuits from 14.00.

Time and place:
May 9, 2016 -
May 14, 2016,
Oslo and Akershus University College

The conference "Quantum groups: geometry, representations, and beyond" will take place on May 9-14, 2016.

Time and place:
May 4, 2016 2:15 PM - 4:00 PM,
NHA B735

Abstract: In a recent work with R. Conti (La Sapienza Univ., Rome), we have introduced a notion of positive definiteness for certain functions associated to a (unital, discrete) C*-dynamical system. We will sketch the proof of a Gelfand-Raikov type theorem for such functions and use it to construct complete positive maps on the full and the reduced C*-crossed products of the system. We will also explain how a natural definition of amenability for C*-dynamical systems emerges from our work.