Ciclo di seminari

Mathematics mini courses 2017-18

Giandomenico Orlandi

Prossimi seminari
Data Ora Titolo Relatore
04/04/18 15.30 3 lessons , 3 hours each Minicourse: Continuous-state branching processes Zenghu Li - Beijing Normal University, Beijing
11/04/18 15.30 3 lessons , 3 hours each Minicourse: An introduction to stochastic control and portfolio optimization Luciano Campi - London School of Economics
17/04/18 9.30 5 lectures Minicourse: Colourings, flows, and decompositions of graphs Prof. Edita Macajova - (Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovacchia)
23/04/18 Minicourse: Numerical methods in Optimal Transport Quentin Mérigot - Univ. Paris-Sud
23/04/18 13.30 first lecture. Room to be confirmed Regularization Methods for Machine Learning Prof. Sergei Perevrzyev - RICAM Linz, Austria
23/04/18 8.30 Minicourse: Regularization Methods for Machine Learning Sergei Pereverzyev - RICAM, JK University
08/05/18 An Introduction to Optimal Portfolio Models from Markowitz to Robust Estimation. Prof. Stefano Benati - Università di Trento
08/05/18 12.30 5 lessons , 15 hours total Minicourse: Statistical dynamics and kinetics of interacting particle systems Yuri Kondratiev - Bielefeld University, Dept. of Mathematics
21/05/18 Digital Geometry Processing: Algorithms for Representing, Analyzing and Comparing 3D shapes Maks Ovsjanikov - Ecole Polytechnique, Paris
21/05/18 Numerical and Monte Carlo Methods for SDEs with Applications to Fianance Matthew Davison - University of Western Ontario, Canada
21/05/18 12.30 starting lesson Parallel Coordinates: Visual Multidimensional Geometry and its Applications Alfred Inselberg - Tel Aviv University
28/05/18 Numerical Methods for Energy Markets A. F. Ware - University of Calgary, Canada
28/05/18 10.30 Minicourse: Modern Regularization Methods for Inverse Problems Martin Benning - University of Cambridge

Seminari già svolti
Data Ora Titolo Relatore
21/03/18 15.30 4 lectures, hours each Minicourse: Neural Networks for Time Series Analysis Oleksandr Honchar - College of Mathematics - University of Verona
09/03/18 15.30 3 seminars , 2 hours each Seminars cycle in Data Science and Machine Learning:towards the Math-based professional profiles of the future M. Stecca , J. radaelli , R. Zenti - HORSA SPA , Reply IT , Zenti Advise Only
07/03/18 13.30 aula Tessari, first lecture Regularity Theory for Elliptic Partial Differential Equations Annalisa Massaccesi - Verona
12/02/18 11.00 starting date. Dept. Math Univ. Trento Mathemmatical models of evolutionary and spatial dynamics of cancer - second part Tommaso Lorenzi - St Andrews (Scotland UK)
09/02/18 9.30 aula H Introduction to Fast Marching Methods Cristiano Dorigo - Master degree in Mathematics
09/02/18 9.30 aula H Front Tracking for Hyperbolic Conservation Laws Alessandro Zeggiotti - Master degree in Mathematics
22/01/18 14.30 starting date Introduction to SageMath Péter Burcsi - Eötvös Loránd University Budapest
21/12/17 14.30 Kinetic and Hyperbolic Equations with Applications to Engineering Processes Axel-Stefan Häck - RTWH Aachen
11/12/17 11.30 aula M - starting lesson Mathematical Models of Evolutionary and Spatial Dynamics of Cancer Tommaso Lorenzi - St. Andrews University (Scotland)
20/11/17 14.30 Minicorso che parte col 20 novembre An hands-on tutorial on LP and LPI modeling (Minicorso introduttivo alla modellazione in PL e PLI) Romeo Rizzi and Alice Raffaele
10/11/17 11.30 aula B 11.30-13.30 first lecture A mathematical approach to chemotaxis: the Keller-Segel model Juan Calvo Yagüe - Granada
23/10/17 14.30 Laboratory Gamma The electrophysiology of excitable tissues: modelling and numerical simulations Dr. Luca Gerardo-Giorda - BCAM-Basque Center for Applied Mathematics, Bilbao, Spain
10/10/17 12.30 Opinion dynamics on social network part 4 Giacomo Albi
09/10/17 15.30 Opinion dynamics on social network part 3 Giacomo Albi
06/10/17 9.30 Opinion dynamics on social network part 2 Giacomo Albi - Università di Verona
03/10/17 12.30 Opinion dynamics on social network part 1 Giacomo Albi
02/10/17 14.30 Aula G, starting date Categorical Logic Thomas Streicher - Technische Universität Darmstadt