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Fall Semester 2005

Mathematics Colloquium

The Mathematics Colloquium takes place on Mondays at 17:15 in the Lecture Hall of Research II.
There will be tea starting at about 16:45 near the entrance to the lecture hall.
More detailed information on finding the way can be found here.

Talks are (or should be) directed at a general mathematical audience.
Everybody is encouraged to invite external speakers. Please use the table below to find out what dates are available and send me a line in order to reserve one.

We keep a Colloquium Book; each speaker is asked to write a handwritten abstract of the talk into it.

Date Speaker Title (with link to abstract)
Sep 05 Michael Pohst (TU Berlin) On polynomial factorization
Sep 12 Günter M. Ziegler (TU Berlin) The combinatorics of the 3-dimensional sphere
Sep 19 Michel Lapidus (UC Riverside) Can one hear the shape of a fractal drum?
Sep 26 Adam Epstein (University of Warwick) Teichmüller Theory of Riemann Surfaces and Solenoids
Oct 03 Public Holiday  
Oct 10 Daniel Grieser (Universität Oldenburg) Eigenvalue Estimates, Isoperimetric Inequalities and Flows in Networks
Oct 17 Grigory Litvinov (Independent Unievrsity of Moscow/IUB) Dequantization of Mathematics
Oct 24 Wilhelm Kaup (Universität Tübingen) CR-geometry and Jordan algebras
Oct 31 Michael Dellnitz (Universität Paderborn) Computational Dynamics via Set Oriented Numerics: From Transport Phenomena to Multiobjective Optimization
Nov 07 Vladimir Temlyakov (University of South Carolina) On Optimal Estimators in Learning Theory
Nov 14 Claus Michael Ringel (Universität Bielefeld) The Gabriel-Roiter Measure
Nov 21 Partha Guha (Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences, Calcutta/MPI MIS Leipzig) Euler-Poincaré Formalism for Dissipative Dynamics
Nov 30
HS 1010 (Uni Bremen)
Joint Math Colloquium IUB/Uni Bremen
Roger Penrose (Oxford)
Three Worlds and Four Mysteries
Dec 01-02 Conference in Honor of Ronny Wells  
Dec 07
Conrad Naber Hall
Martin Aigner (FU Berlin) Wednesday Colloquium:
A Journey into the Fourth Dimension
Dec 12 Christian Bär (Universität Potsdam) Wave Equations on Lorentzian Manifolds

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