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Here is the weekly mathematical program of the Department.

Forthcoming talks of guests related to the Graduiertenkolleg:

Winter Term 2017/2018

Date Title Speaker Organized by Place Time
07.02.2018 The semiclassical Einstein equation in cosmological space-times Hanno Gottschalk (Universität Wuppertal) Karsten Bohlen / Bernd Ammann M 102 10.15



Place: M104, Time: Thursday, 15.30,

14.00-15.00 Question hour for PhD students (no Professors allowed )

Tea in M 201!

15.30-16.30 Talk

(The GK-Kolloquium is followed by the Regensburg Mathematical Kolloquium 17.00-18.00)

Guidelines for the speakers can be found here.

Winter term 2017/2018

Date Title Speaker Organized by
26.10.2017 A characterization of codimension one collapse Saskia Roos (MPI Bonn) B. Ammann / J. Wittmann
02.11.2017 reserviert
09.11.2017 On the classification of networks self-similarly shrinking by curvature Emanuele Haus (Università di Napoli) Alessandra Pluda
23.11.2017 reserviert!
30.11.2017 reserviert!
07.12.2017 reserviert!
14.12.2017 Robust theory of arbitrage pricing Johannes Wiesel (University of Oxford) Julia Menzel
21.12.2017 reserviert!
11.01.2018 From the classical Yamabe problem to the singular setting Ilaria Mondello (UPEC) B. Ammann / J. Wittmann
18.01.2018 Aspects of p-adic operator algebras Anton Claußnitzer (TU Dresden) Christian Dahlhausen
01.02.2018 RINGVORLESUNG (s.u.)
08.02.2018 RINGVORLESUNG (s.u.)



Place: M104, Time: Monday, 12-14 (formerly Tuesday, 12-14).

This roughly biweekly lecture series aims at aquainting our PhD students with the research of the faculty through a series of introductory talks.

Winter term 2017/2018

Date Title Speaker
23.11.2017 (Do 14.15 - 15.45) Nonlinear eigenvalue problems on Riemannian manifolds, Part I Bernd Ammann
30.11.2017 (Do 14.15 - 15.45) Nonlinear eigenvalue problems on Riemannian manifolds, Part II Bernd Ammann
18.12.2017 Trace Methods Denis-Charles Cisinski
22.01.2017 Slippery Slides Clara Löh
01.02.2018 (Do 14.15 - 15.45) How to Measure Smoothness of Functions? -- An Introduction to Function Spaces Helmut Abels
05.02.2017 (Do 14.15 - 15.45) Function Spaces, Optimal Regularity and Nonlinear PDEs Helmut Abels

Raum am 30. Oktober und am 13. November reserviert!!

Raum am 27.11. für Prof. Garcke reserviert!




GK Seminars

Winter Term 2017/2018

Oberseminar Globale Analysis

History GK Seminars

Upcoming Conferences, Workshops, Schools

Annual Meeting in Windberg, December 10 - 13, 2017

Bavarian Geometry / Topology Meeting II, December 14 - 15, 2017, taking place at the university of Augsburg. The conference homepage is now online [1]

Spring school Causal Fermion Systems,Regensburg, February 26 - March 2, 2018

Workshop Geometric Evolution Equations,Regensburg, March 5 - March 8, 2018

Conference History