of the Mathematics Research Unit of Luxembourg University
Dedicated to Ph.D. students, the Doctorands Seminar is an important part
of the research training offered at the Mathematics Research Unit of Luxembourg
The Doctorands Seminar has a twofold objective:
- To give Ph.D. students the opportunity to present their fields of research
and some topics and problems studied in those fields.
The usual audience of the Doctorands Seminar is composed by Ph.D. students,
young researchers and professors of the
Mathematics Research Unit. The atmosphere is informal, so that all participants
can ask the questions they want.
Comments and suggestions on the presentations are also highly encouraged.
- To provide a good general mathematical background, in relation with the
research interests of groups of Ph.D. students
and other participants of the Doctorands Seminar.
In this perspective, the Doctorands Seminar proposes all over the academic year
series of introductory minicourses, held by
the young researchers of the Mathematics Research Unit.
Sessions Every Wednesday from 9:45am to 11:15am, in the room B.02
located in the main building on the campus of
and Jean-Philippe Michel
An announcement for the Doctorands Seminar is sent weekly. Contact us if you
wish to be added to the mailing list.
All contributions for talks or minicourses are welcome, including from people
external to Luxembourg Mathematics Research
Summer Semester 2011-2012
June 12 and June 19, 2012
Andrea Santi (Luxembourg University)
Minicourse: A quick introduction to semisimple Lie algebras
Simon Campese (Luxembourg University)
Talk: How most banks used to model the stock markets and why the financial crisis changed this
February 15, February 22
Andrea Altomani (Luxembourg University)
Minicourse: Complex analysis: a brief tour into higher dimensions
Tsaknias Panagiotis (Luxembourg University)
Talk: A vast generalization of quadratic reciprocity
Sami El Rahouli (Luxembourg University)
Talk: The capital asset pricing model and performance measurement
Miguel COUCEIRO (Luxembourg University)
Talk: An axiomatic setting for qualitative decision making
Guiseppe Bonavolonta (Luxembourg University)
Winter Semester 2011
Vladimir Dotsenko (Luxembourg University)
Talk: Boson-fermion correspondence and its generalisations
Jean-Philippe Michel (Luxembourg University)
Talk: The three geometries of the circle
Click here for the 2010-2011 program, here for the 2009-2010 program, here for the 2008-2009 program.
Last update February 3, 2012.
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