The Mathematics Colloquium takes place on

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) |
---|---|---|

Wed, Feb 07Conrad Naber Hall |
Peter Maaß (Universität Bremen) |
The Forging of Paintings and Other Mathematical Models for Monitoring
Technical Processes (SES Wednesday Colloquium) |

Feb 12 | Carsten Lunde Petersen (Roskilde University) |
Encoding the Mandelbrot Set by Combinatorial-Analytic Invariants |

Feb 19 | Maurice de Gosson (Universität Wien and Jacobs University Bremen) |
Hardy's Uncertainty Principle: Symplectic Formulation |

Feb 26 | Robert Helling (Jacobs University Bremen) |
Why Mathematicians Might be Interested in String Theory |

Mar 05 | No Colloquium | |

Mar 12 | Stephan Baier (Jacobs University Bremen) |
The Sato-Tate and Lang-Trotter Conjectures on Elliptic Curves |

Mar 19 | NoColloquium | |

Mar 24-25 | Seminar on Transformation Groups and Mathematical Physics | |

Mar 26 | Konstantin Styrkas (Jacobs University Bremen) |
Some Representation-Theoretic Constructions and Applications to Integrable Systems |

Apr 02 | Spring Break | |

Apr 09 | Spring Break | |

Apr 16 | Liangyi Zhao (Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden) |
On Primes in Quadratic Progressions |

Apr 23 | Samir Siksek (University of Warwick) |
Diophantine Equations after Fermat's Last Theorem |

Apr 30 | Joint Colloquium Uni Bremen - Jacobs UniversityHendrik W. Lenstra
(Universiteit Leiden) |
Layered Lattices |

May 07 |
Gregg Zuckerman (Yale) |
Cohomological Induction in the Representation Theory of Lie Algebras |

Thu, May 10 14:15, East 3 |
Joint Mathematics and Physics Seminar
Gregg Zuckerman (Yale) |
Recent computations with the noncompact exceptional Lie groups |

May 14 | No Colloquium (Job Interveiws) |