Visiting addressUllevål Stadion Sognsveien 77B
Bas Jordans will continue his talk from last week.
Potential flow with free boundaries using the level set method. A review of some electro-hydrodynamic applications
Yuriy Prykhodko (National Technical University of Ukraine «Kyiv Polytechnic Institute») holds a talk with the title: On Skew Bessel Process
John Christian Ottem, UiO, gives the Seminar in Algebra and Algebraic Geometry:
Introduksjon til K3-flater (etter Saint-Donat)
Bas Jordans will give a talk with title " Random walks on discrete quantum groups: convergence to the boundary"
Abstract:For classical random walks there exist two boundaries: the Poisson boundary and the Martin boundary. The relation between these two boundaries is described by the so-called "convergence to the boundary". For random walks on discrete quantum groups both the Poisson boundary and Martin boundary are defined and a non-commutative analogue of convergence to the boundary can be formulated. However, no proof is known for a such a theorem. In the first part of the talk we will discuss the classical and quantum version of convergence to the boundary, explain how these are related and give an overview of what is known in general for the quantum case. In the second part we will discuss the boundary convergence for SUq(2) and for monoidally equivalent quantum groups.
Jørgen Vold Rennemo (Oxford), gives the Seminar in Algebra and Algebraic Geometry:
We welcome participants from industry and academia to an intensive course devoted to modelling an managing risk in energy markets. The course leader is professor Fred Espen Benth, who will guide you through recent developments in the stochastics of energy markets.
Kristian Ranestad, UiO, gives the Seminar in Algebra and Algebraic Geometry:
Variety of sums of powers of bihomogeneous forms
Piotr Soltan (University of Warsaw) will give a talk with title: Subgroups of quantum groups, the center and inner automorphisms
Tobias Erhardt (Technische Universität, München) will give a seminar in the lunch area, 8th floor N.H. Abel's House at 14:15 November 24th.
Arnaud Brothier, Vanderbilt University (USA) will give a talk with title: Analytic properties for subfactors
I will discuss analytic properties for groups and their generalizations to subfactors, standard invariants, and certain tensor categories.
I will present a class of subfactor planar algebras that are constructed with a group acting on a bipartite graph.
I will show that if the group satisfies a given approximation property (such as amenability, Haagerup property, or weak amenability), then the subfactor planar algebra satisfies it as well.
I will exhibit an infinite family of subfactor planar algebras with non-integer index that are non-amenable, have the Haagerup property, and have the complete metric approximation property.
Paul Krühner (TU Wien) gives a lecture with the title: Time change equations for Lévy type processes
Rough paths and rough partial differential equations
Robert Jenssen (University of Tromsø) will give a seminar in the lunch area, 8th floor N.H. Abel's House at 14:15 November 10th.
The Tuesday statistics seminar on November 10th at the Mathematics department is unfortunately canceled.
PIV investigation of the flow structures developing in a parallel valves Diesel engine cylinder during the intake stroke.
Mark van de Wiel (Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam) will give a seminar in the lunch area, 8th floor N.H. Abel's House at 14:15 November 3rd.
Torstein Kastberg Nilssen (University of Oslo) holds a lecture with the title: Rough path transport equation with discontinuous drift.
The universe in a computer: how mathematical and numerical methods are essential
Sandra Di Rocco, KTH, gives the Seminar in Algebra and Algebraic Geometry
Toric vector bundles
Welcome to the first FINEWSTOCH Networkshop. The workshop will bring together leading researchers in stochastics and probability theory to discuss recent developments with a particular focus on finance, insurance, energy and weather.
Alfons van Daele (Leuven) will give a talk with title: The Haar measure on quantum groups
Abstract: At this moment, there is no theory of locally compact quantum groups with axioms from which one can prove the existence of the Haar weights. In general, the existence is part of the axioms. There are however a few cases where the existence can be proven. This is true for compact quantum groups and for discrete quantum groups. We will discuss some aspects of these proofs and see which of them are useful in the general case.
Prof. Paul Switzer (Stanford, Dept. of Statistics) will give a seminar in the lunch area, 8th floor N.H. Abel's House at 14:15 October 20th.
Hydrodynamics and adhesion of soft interfaces
David Ruiz Baños gives a talk with the title: "Optimal bounds and Hölder continuous densities of solutions of SDEs with measurable and path-dependent drift coefficients"