Kommende 5 dager

24 sep.
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Tid og sted: 24. sep. 2019 14:1515:15, Niels Henrik Abels hus, 8th floor

Olli Saarela (Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto, CAN) will give a talk on September 24th at 14:15 in the Erling Sverdrups plass, Niels Henrik Abels hus, 8th floor.

25 sep.
Tid og sted: 25. sep. 2019 13:0014:00, Abels utsikt

Where do you store assignments? What about lists of personell information for a research group? What about their phone numbers? Do you have interviews of people? Pictures? What about research data? What kind of data is it? How to share different types of data with others in a functional and legal manner?  This talk will provide a practical guide for users in the current framework of laws and regulations. Attendance to the talk is highly recommended for everyone at the Department.  

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Tid og sted: 1. okt. 2019 14:1515:15, Niels Henrik Abels hus, 8th floor

Zeljko Kareta (Department of Computational Physiology, Simula Research Laboratory) will give a talk on October 1st at 14:15 in the Erling Sverdrups plass, Niels Henrik Abels hus, 8th floor.

Tid og sted: 4. nov. 2019 09:006. nov. 2019 18:00, Blindern

During the past 25 years there has been a significant activity constructing and analyzing C*-algebras and C*-algebraic dynamical systems from semigroups of number theoretic origin. Among these are the semigroup C*-algebras of the affine semigroup of the ring of algebraic integers in a number field, which are closely related to the Bost-Connes systems giving a thermodynamic interpretation of the Riemann and Dirichlet zeta-functions. The K-theory of the associated boundary quotients has been computed and also the phase transition of equilibrium states at low temperature has been exhibited via a natural parametrization. There is an intriguing, and still not understood, parallel in that the same C*-algebra lies at the heart of the solution of both problems. The goal of the master class is to introduce the participants to these and related topics lying at the intersection of several branches of mathematics.


The master class is a part of the project "Pure Mathematics in Norway, 2018-2022", supported by the Bergen Research Foundation and the Tromsø Research Foundation.