Seminar: Basic Notions, Winter Term 2015/16
Organisers: Regula Krapf, Joris Roos, Catharina Stroppel
This seminar is organised by students as a BIGS event. The goal is to present topics from all areas of mathematics in an elementary and informal way. The talks should be accessible to a general mathematical audience.
Everybody is welcome to attend and/or give a talk.
Coffee, tea and cookies will be served afterwards.
If you would like to give a talk please contact Regula or Joris.
The seminar will take place Wednesdays 16-18 in room 1.007.
For some inspiration you can take a look at previous instances of this seminar here, here, here and here.
|28.10.2015||Ioanna Dimitriou||An introduction to formal mathematics|
|04.11.2015||Thomas Poguntke||Counting points over Fq, where q≥1|
|11.11.2015||Regula Krapf||Forcing: how to prove unprovability I|
- the continuum hypothesis
|18.11.2015||Peter Holy||Forcing: how to prove unprovability II|
|25.11.2015||Néstor León Delgado||Local operators and Peetre's theorem|
|09.12.2015||Michał Warchalski||The Hardy-Littlewood circle method|
|16.12.2015||Gennady Uraltsev|| Fit your stuff in the smallest possible tent|
- an optimal transport approach to Sobolev's inequality
|13.01.2016||Benedikt Fluhr||From branched coverings to sheaves of algebras and back|
|20.01.2016||Joris Roos||The Euler-Maclaurin sum formula|
|27.01.2016||Joris Roos||Carleson's theorem|