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–11:15
PDE and applications: Some thoughts on neural networks, PDEs and datadriven discovery

–18:15
Probability and Combinatorics Seminar: Edgesampling and modularity

–11:15
PDEs and Applications seminar: Higherorder convergence rates in periodic homogenisation of nonlinear PDEs

–18:15
Probability and Combinatorics Seminar: The birth of the strong components

–11:15
PDEs and applications: Free boundary regularity for the pharmonic obstacle problem

–11:15
PDE and applications: Novel approaches to the quantum manybody problem: matrix product state algorithms hybridized with meanfield techniques

–11:15
Probability and Combinatorics Seminar: Edgesampling and modularity

–11:15
Probability and Combinatorics Seminar: On general subtrees of a conditioned GaltonWatson tree

–11:15
Probability and Combinatorics Seminar: Cutvertices in random planar maps

–18:15
PhD Defence

–11:15
Probability and Combinatorics Seminar: Random walks on decorated GaltonWatson trees

–11:15
Probability and Combinatorics Seminar: Random planar graphs
Presentation of master thesis

–11:15
PDE and applications: The heat equation on graphs

–11:15
PDE and applications: The variational problem for dimer models

–15:30
Geometry & Topology seminar: ChekanovEliashberg dgalgebras for singular Legendrians

–11:15
Probability and Combinatorics Seminar: The mean subtree order of trees