UniDistance Suisse Mathematics Colloquium

UniDistance Suisse Mathematics Colloquium is a series of hour-long talks organised by the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science. They are held 2-3 times per semester on Thursdays at 5 p.m. on Zoom.

The link for participation in the event is the following: https://fernuni.zoom.us/j/64850280617.

 

Upcoming events

The programme for the next semester will soon be published.

Previous events

Harmonic maps to singular spaces

Talk by Christine Breiner, Brown University

UniDistance Suisse Mathematics Colloquium is a series of hour-long talks organised by the mathematics…

Data-driven modeling of dynamical systems: A systems theoretic perspective

Talk by Serkan Gugercin, Virginia Tech

UniDistance Suisse Mathematics Colloquium is a series of hour-long talks organised by the mathematics faculty.…

Scientific machine learning of dynamical systems with operator inference and re-projection

Talk by Benjamin Peherstorfer, New York University

UniDistance Suisse Mathematics Colloquium is a series of hour-long talks organised by the…

The non-Abelian X-ray transform

Talk by Gabriel Paternain, University of Cambridge

UniDistance Suisse Mathematics Colloquium is a series of hour-long talks organised by the…