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Spring Semester 2006

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)
Feb 06 Nikolai Kornev (Universität Rostock) Large Eddy Simulation of Turbulent Flows
Feb 13 No Colloquium  
Feb 20 Amin Shokrollahi (EPFL Lausanne) Raptor Codes
Feb 27 Vladimir M. Tikhomirov (Moscow State University and IUB) Duality and Calculus of Convex Objects (Theory and Applications)
Mar 06 Peter Oswald (IUB) Nonlinear Approximation
Mar 13 Mikhail Zaidenberg (Institut Fourier, Grenoble, and MPIM, Bonn) Affine Surfaces With Group Actions
Mar 20 Christopher Deninger (Universität Münster) Entropy and Non-Commutative Determinants
Mar 27 Ilya Kapovich (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign) On algebraic rigidity of random quotients of the modular group
Apr 03 No colloquium  
Apr 10 Spring Break  
Apr 17 Public Holiday  
Apr 18
Dimitry Gurevich (Université de Valenciennes) An Introduction to Quantum Groups and the Yang-Baxter Equation:
a New Approach  With Applications to Noncommutative Geometry
Apr 24 Winfried Sickel (Universität Jena) On the Regularity of Compositions of Functions
May 01 Public Holiday  
May 08 No colloquium  

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