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–11:15
The PDEs and Applications seminar: Stability Within Expanding Cosmological Spacetimes

–12:15
Probability and Statistics Seminar: Scaling of 3d uniform spanning trees
We prove existence of a scaling limit (in various topologies) for uniform spanning trees of Z^3. Based on work with David Croydon, Sarai HernandezTorres and Daisuke Shiraishi.

–11:15
The PDEs and Applications seminar: Energy estimates for nonlinear maximal functions

–11:15
The PDEs and Applications seminar: Energy estimates for nonlinear maximal functions

–12:15
The PDEs and Applications: Gaussian analytic functions and operator symbols of Dirichlet type

–11:15
Probability and Statistics Seminar: Bijective proofs of skew Schur polynomial factorizations

–11:15
The PDEs and Applications seminar: Nonchiral intermediate long wave equation

–16:15
Algebra and geometry: A crystal structure for stable Grothendieck polynomials

–15:15
Geometry and topology: Polynomial hulls, knots, and holomorphic motions

–11:15
Probability and statistics seminar: Central limit theorems for additive functionals and fringe trees in tries

–11:15
PDEs and applications seminar: Concave power solutions of the Dominative pLaplace equation

–13:00
Teaching Lunch

–15:00
Geometry and Topology: HodgeGromovWitten theory

–12:15
Probability and statistics seminar: On the Collection of Fringe Subtrees in Random Binary Trees

–11:15
PDEs and applications: Machine Learning and Algorithmic Trading

–16:15
Algebra and geometry: Cyclic sieving on circular Dyck paths

–15:15
Geometry och topology: Del Pezzo surfaces and rational curves

–11:15
Probability and statistics seminar: Sampling Contingency Tables

–19:00
Uppsala Ph.D. Mathematics Conference

–11:15
PDEs and applications seminar: Anyons on networks from a geometric perspective

–15:00
Geometry and Topology: Using coalgebras, comodules, injective resolutions and Serre fibrations to compute SWFbar

–16:30
Information about PhD studies
Information about PhD studies at our department.

–16:15
Algebra and geometry: Cancelled

–16:15
Algebra and geometry: Probably cancelled due to the Corona virus

–14:00
Ergodic theory and applications to combinatorial problems
Presentation av kandidatuppsats.

–16:15
Algebra and geometry: TBA

–17:00
Selfinjective cores and (non)cell 2representations

–16:15
Algebra and geometry: New date: May 19

–11:15
Presentation of master project
Conditional mean variables: A method for estimating latent linear relationships with discretized observations

–17:00
Algebra and geometry: Quivers for semigroup algebras of binary relations of small rank

–16:15
Algebra and geometry: Global dimension of (higher) Nakayama algebras

–14:15
PhD defense
Constructions of ncluster tilting subcategories using representationdirected algebras. Opponent: prof. Øyvind Solberg (NTNU).

–16:15
Presentation of licentiate thesis
Cells and 2representations of bimodules over Nakayama algebras

–17:00
Algebra and geometry: Bigrassmannian permutations and Verma modules

–11:15
PDE and applications: Degenerate Kolmogorovtype equations with rough coefficients – Potential theory and boundary regularity

–17:00
Algebra and geometry: Kostant's problem and a monoidal action of projective functors

–18:15
Probability and Combinatorics Seminar
The geometry of high genus maps

–17:00
Algebra and geometry: Gdefects: Structures into the wild

–13:00
Teaching Lunch
Online lectures – live vs prerecorded