Gjesteforelesninger, seminarer og konferanser
David Ruiz Baños (IMUB, University of Barcelona) gives a talk with the title: "On the regularity of densities of Itô-type processes via stochastic control"
Dirk Hesse (Data Scientist at Intelligent Communication) will give a seminar in the lunch area, 8th floor Niels Henrik Abels hus at 14:15.
Håvard Kvamme (UiO, Dept. of mathematics) will give a seminar in the lunch area, 8th floor N.H. Abel's House at 14:15.
Hirokazu Nasu (Tokai University), gives the Seminar in Algebra and Algebraic Geometry:
Obstructions to deforming curves lying on a K3 surface in a Fano 3-fold
Thore Egeland (NMBU) will give a seminar in the lunch area, 8th floor N.H. Abel's House at 14:15.
A Scandinavian Gathering Around Remarkable Discrete Mathematics
The conference "Quantum groups: geometry, representations, and beyond" will take place on May 9-14, 2016.
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.
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.
Atanas Iliev, Seoul National University, gives the Seminar in Algebra and Algebraic Geometry:
Verra 3-folds and EPW quartics
Salvador Ortiz-Latorre (University of Oslo) is giving his inaugural lecture with the title: High order weak approximation of SDEs
This will be a colloqium-style talk, with pictures, about the classifying spaces and automorphism groups of manifolds, and the relation to surgery theory and algebraic K-theory.
Andrea Hofmann (HBV) gives the Seminar in Algebra and Algebraic Geometry:
Minimal resolutions for projective models of K3 surfaces in rational normal scrolls
Literature used in the seminar are selected chapters in the book «K3 Projective Models in Scrolls» by Trygve Johnsen and Andreas Leopold Knutsen.
Kostiantyn Ralchenko (Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv) gives a talk with the title: A generalisation of the fractional Brownian field based on non-Euclidean norms
Yuliya Mishura (Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv) gives a lecture with the title: What can happen between two self-similarities?
Geir Ellingsrud (UiO), gives the Seminar in Algebra and Algebraic Geometry:
Projective models of K3-surfaces II
The seminar takes place in the seminar room on the 9th floor of the computer science building.
Ingrid Hobæk Haff (UiO, Dept. of mathematics) will give a seminar in the lunch area, 8th floor N.H. Abel's House at 14:15.
Hyperbolic-Elliptic models for two-phase flow in porous media
Geir Ellingsrud, UiO, gives the Seminar in Algebra and Algebraic Geometry:
Projective models of K3-surfaces (after Saint-Donat)
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.