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Tid og sted: 18. sep. 2020 11:0030. juni 2021 12:00, Online

This series of webinars addresses all interested people in probability, stochastic analysis, control, risk evaluation, statistics, with a view towards applications, in particular to renewable energy markets and production. This series brings together the major research themes of the projects STORM, SCROLLER, and SPATUS

Kommende

Tid og sted: 20. jan. 2021 11:0012:00, Zoom

C*-algebra seminar talk by Olof Giselsson

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Tid og sted: 20. jan. 2021 13:15, Zoom

Doctoral candidate Alice Petronella Hedenlund at the Department of Mathematic, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, is  defending the thesis Multiplicative Tate Spectral Sequences for the degree of Philosophiae Doctor.

Tid og sted: 26. jan. 2021, Zoom

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Tid og sted: 29. jan. 2021 13:15, Zoom

Doctoral candidate Martin Tveten at the Department of Mathematic, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, is  defending the thesis Scalable change and anomaly detection in cross-correlated data for the degree of Philosophiae Doctor.

Tid og sted: 3. feb. 2021 11:0012:00, Zoom

C*-algebra seminar talk by Yoshimichi Ueda (Nagoya)

Tidligere

Tid og sted: 15. jan. 2021 12:1513:00, Zoom

Abstract: Physics-informed neural networks (PINNs) are a new and promising methodology to combine deep learning with partial differential equations (PDE). PINNs extend deep neural networks by regularizing their output to fulfill any given PDE, allowing to solve both forward and inverse PDE problems utilizing high-performance machine learning libraries such as Tensorflow and PyTorch. This talk will give a short introduction to PINNs and provide a detailed, tutorial-style code demonstration on their implementation in PyTorch.

This talk is part of the Mechanics Lunch Seminar series. That means 20min talks plus discussion in an informal setting.

Zoom: To obtain the Zoom meeting details please contact Timo Koch (timokoch at math.uio.no).

Tid og sted: 14. jan. 2021 09:1515. jan. 2021 15:00, Zoom

Kurset gir studenten kunnskap om vitenskapelighet i matematiske fag, og setter vedkommende i stand til å begynne arbeidet med en masteroppgave. Spesielt sentrale temaer i emnet er litteraturinnhenting, datahåndtering, skriving og presentasjon. Kurset går digitalt torsdag 14.januar 09:15-12:00 og fredag 15.januar 12:15-15:00. Lenke distribueres på e-post.

Tid og sted: 14. jan. 2021 09:1515. jan. 2021 15:00, Vilhelm Bjerknes' hus, Auditorium 5

The course provides the student with scientific knowledge in mathematical subjects, enabling him/her to begin the work with a master's thesis. Key topics in the course are literature retrieval, data management, writing and presentation. The course will take place online Thursday January 14 at 09:15-12:00 and Friday January 15 at 12:15-15:00. Link will be distributed via e-mail.

Tid og sted: 12. jan. 2021 13:15, Zoom

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Tid og sted: 18. des. 2020 13:15, Zoom

Doctoral candidate Rossana Virginia Rojas Molina at the Department of Mathematic, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, is  defending the thesis Membrane budding dynamics by diffusion and kinetic recruitment of proteins for the degree of Philosophiae Doctor.

Tid: 11. des. 2020 14:00

Tittel: 

Importance Measures in Multistate Systems

Applications of generalisations of the Birnbaum-measure

Tid og sted: 11. des. 2020 11:1512:00, Zoom

C*-algebra seminar talk by Siegfried Echterhoff (Muenster)

Tid og sted: 10. des. 2020 10:0011. des. 2020 16:00, Online

You are welcome to attend a two days online workshop on the topic

"Rough Paths and Stochastic Partial Differential Equations". 

Tid og sted: 8. des. 2020 14:1515:15, Niels Henrik Abels hus, 8th floor

William Robert Paul Denault (Department of Genetics and Bioinformatics, Norwegian Institute of Public Health) will give a talk on December 8th at 14:15 (held with restricted attendance in the Erling Sverdrups plass, Niels Henrik Abels hus, 8th floor and streamed in Zoom - the link will be sent by mail one day in advance).

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Tid og sted: 8. des. 2020 13:15, Zoom

Doctoral candidate Lorenzo Ciardo at the Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, is  defending the thesis Spectral graph parameters and connectivity for the degree of Philosophiae Doctor.

Tid og sted: 4. des. 2020 12:1513:00, Zoom

Abstract: Intraluminal vesicle (ILV) formation plays a crucial role in the attenuation of growth factor receptor signaling. The endosomal sorting complex required for transport (ESCRT-0 to -III/VPS4) mediates this process. The general dogma has been that upstream ESCRTs (0 to II) sequester receptors at the surface of endosomes and the downstream ESCRTs (III/VPS4) remodel the endosome membrane leading to the abscission and formation of receptor-containing ILVs. We now show that upstream ESCRTs not only sequester cargo, but in addition play a crucial role for the initiation of membrane shape remodeling in ILV budding. Through a combination of mathematical modeling and experimental measurements we show that upstream ESCRTs facilitate ILV budding by crowding with a high density in the membrane neck region.

This talk is part of the Mechanics Lunch Seminar series. That means 20min talks plus discussion in an informal setting.

Zoom: To obtain the Zoom meeting details please contact Timo Koch (timokoch at math.uio.no).

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Tid og sted: 3. des. 2020 13:15, Zoom

Doctoral candidate Jonas Moss at the Department of Mathematic, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, is  defending the thesis Psychometrics and the modelling of publication bias for the degree of Philosophiae Doctor.

Tid: 27. nov. 2020 14:1515:00

C*-algebra seminar talk by Mario Klisse (Delft)

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Tid og sted: 24. nov. 2020 14:1515:15, Niels Henrik Abels hus, 8th floor

Carla Janaina Ferreira (DNV GL) will give a talk on November 24th at 14:15 (held with restricted attendance in the Erling Sverdrups plass, Niels Henrik Abels hus, 8th floor and streamed in Zoom - the link will be sent by mail one day in advance).

Tid og sted: 23. nov. 2020 09:1524. nov. 2020 13:00, Zoom

A large conference in the beautiful Hammamet, along the shores of the blue Mediterranean, was announced to take place at the end of November. Unfortunately, the Corona pandemia got in the way and we shall all hedge the risk. The conference in postponed. For now, we shall have chance to meet virtually by Zoom and enjoy an appetiser of stochastics to keep us fit for the larger event.

The 2-days webinar on November 23-24 from 9:15 to 13:00

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Tid og sted: 20. nov. 2020 13:15, Zoom

Doctoral candidate Martin Helsø at the Department of Mathematic, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, is  defending the thesis Investigations into real determinantal quartic hypersurfaces for the degree of Philosophiae Doctor.

Tid og sted: 20. nov. 2020 12:1513:00, Zoom

Abstract: Due to the fluid nature of biological membranes, proteins are able to diffuse along the membrane surface. Additionally, several processes of vesicle formation require protein recruitment.  We discuss, on one hand, the implications of fixed membrane shapes in protein diffusion, and on the other hand, the effects of protein diffusion and recruitment in membrane shape transformation. 

This talk is part of the Mechanics Lunch Seminar series. That means 20min talks plus discussion in an informal setting.

Zoom: To obtain the Zoom meeting details please contact Timo Koch (timokoch at math.uio.no).

Tid: 13. nov. 2020 14:1515:00

C*-algebra seminar talk by Eduardo Scarparo (NTNU)

Tid og sted: 13. nov. 2020 12:1513:00, Zoom

Abstract: Magnetic Resonance Elastography (MRE) is an emerging technique to measure the bio-mechanical properties of tissue in vivo. We present measurements of the shear modulus in healthy subjects, and in patients with brain cancer.

This talk is part of the Mechanics Lunch Seminar series. That means 20min talks plus discussion in an informal setting.

Zoom: To obtain the Zoom meeting details please contact Timo Koch (timokoch at math.uio.no).