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List of held Departmental Colloquiums

Date

Speaker

Title

18.12.2013Stefanie Petermichl (Universite Paul Sabatier, Toulouse)Hankel operators and their generalisations in Real Analysis
27.11.2013Juha Alho (University of Helsinki )How long can we live? Statistical perspectives on longevity
30.10.2013Valtteri Niemi (University of Turku )Classes of garbling schemes
25.9.2013Tuomo Kuusi (Aalto University )Potential estimates and nonlinear partial differential equations
20.2.2013Per Christian Hansen (Technical University of Denmark )Image deblurring with Krylov subspace methods
30.1.2013Andres Villaveces ( National University of Colombia )Model theory, becoming more geometric?
28.11.2012Jean-Pierre Eckmann (University of Geneva)Atoms, Nuclei and 3D triangulations
31.10.2012Professor Kaisa Matomäki (Turku University)Additive problems involving primes
26.9.2012Professor Alexander Engström (Aalto University)Polytopes from subgraph statistics

23.5.2012

Professor Peter Jones (Yale University)

Product Formulas for Measures and Applications to Analysis and Geometry

25.4.2012

Professor Jukka Corander

How has our understanding about bacterial evolution evolved during the
genomic era?

28.3.2012

Associate professor Tuomas Hytönen

How much, or little, is necessary for (harmonic) analysis?

29.2.2012

Doctor Esko Keski-Vakkuri

D-branes and dualities

25.1.2012

Professor Matti Lassas

Cloaking, Invisibility, and Inverse Problems

14.12.2011

University Lecturer Jari Taskinen

Wheeltappers, compact sets and sobolev embeddings

30.11.2011

Professor Mika Seppälä (University of Helsinki and Florida State University)

Algebraic Curves, Riemann Surfaces, and their Jacobians

26.10.2011

Professor Gunther Uhlmann (University of Washington, Seattle)

Inverse geometry

28.9.2011

Professor Tom Körner (Cambridge University)

Why is Analysis 101 so hard?

25.5.2011

Professor Gaven J. Martin (Massey University, New Zealand)

Quasiregular Mappings, Curvature & Dynamics

27.4.2011

Professor Pentti Saikkonen

Parameter Estimation in Nonlinear Autoregressive Models with Generalized Autoregressive Conditional Heteroskedasticity

30.3.2011

Professor Kari Astala

Holomorphic motions

23.2.2011

Professor Jouko Väänänen

Logic and set theory

26.1.2011

Professor Peter Lindqvist
(Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim)

The Infinity-Laplace Equation

15.12.2010

Professor Kari Vilonen (Northwestern University)

The microlocal codimension three conjecture

24.11.2010

Professor Antti Kupiainen

Renormalization - from Magic to Mathematics

27.10.2010

Professor Michael Lacey (Georgia Institute of Technology)

Pointwise Convergence of Fourier Series: Past, Present and Future

29.9.2010

Professor Jukka Corander

Have I Seen You Before? Principles of predictive classification revisited

15.9.2010

Professor Menachem Magidor (Hebrew University, Jerusalem)

Some reflections on the Continuum Hypothesis

28.4.2010

Professor Eero Saksman

On random geometry

31.3.2010

Professor Jean Bricmont (Université catholique de Louvain)

From the microscopic to the macroscopic world

24.2.2010

Professor Karen Smith (University of Michigan + University of Jyväskylä)

Thresholds of Singularities

27.1.2010

Professor Juha Kinnunen (Helsinki University of Technology - Aalto University)

On a theorem of Beckenbach and Rado for subharmonic functions

9.12.2009

University lecturer Tapani Hyttinen

Finding fields

25.11.2009

Professor Maarit Järvenpää

How to turn a needle?

28.10.2009

Professor Jani Onninen

Deformations of finite (total) conformal energy and the nitsche conjecture

30.9.2009

Professor Matti Jutila

The role of Hardy's function in the theory of Riemann's zeta function

3.6.2009

Professor Mats Gyllenberg

Population dynamics, delay equations and semigroups

29.4.2009

Professor Jouko Mickelsson

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: the operator residue, the trace and the fredholm index

25.3.2009

Professor Yuval Peres (Microsoft research and University of Washington)

Visual mathematics - the case of fair allocations

25.2.2009

Professor Samuli Siltanen

Inversion methods for three-dimensional medical x-ray imaging

28.1.2009

Professor Elja Arjas

Randomness, probability and learning: some simple illustrations and ideas

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