Dottorato in Matematica
PhD School in Mathematics

PhD Courses scheduled for the Spring semester 2019
(details will be updated)

V. Komornik
(U. Strasbourg)
Elements of Control Theory

1 March- 30 April
(20 hours)
T. Bartsch
(U. Gießen)
Normalized solutions of nonlinear Schrödinger equations
and systems

13-14 March
(6 hours)
T. Rivière
(ETH Zurich)
Minmax methods for the area of surfaces
13-14 March
(6 hours)
E. Sande
(U. Oslo)
Optimal spline spaces for L2 n-width problems
LUN 25 MARZO: 14-17, Aula D'Antoni
MAR 26 MARZO: 13-16, Aula D'Antoni
MERC 27 MARZO: 14-17,  Aula D'Antoni
ABSTRACT: This  short course addresses the theory of Kolmogorov n-widths in the setting of Hilbert spaces. Starting from Kolmogorov's original paper we cover the main results up until the present day. The application of this theory to spline approximation and the modern field of Isogeometric Analysis will be explained.
25,26,27 March
(10 hours)
Introduction to Bridgeland stability and applications
8-26 April
10-28 June
(30 hours)
S. Cappell
Theories of characteristic classes for singular varieties and their roles,
and computations in geometrical topology and algebraic geometry

7 May-4 June
(8 hours)
V. Bally
(Paris Est)
Malliavin calculus and regularity properties 20 May-20 June
(20 hours)
D. Slepcev
Variational problems of Machine Learning
and their continuum limits

13-29 June
(8 hours)

PhD Courses held in the Winter semester 2018/19

C. Ciliberto
Classification of algebraic surfaces and related topics
Nov 2018-Feb 2019 (25 hours)
H. Gaussier
Gromov's hyperbolic geometry in Complex Analysis
INdAM Visiting Professorship
Nov 2018-Jan 2019 (25 hours)
A. Piatnitski
(The Arctic University of Norway)
Non-local operators of convolution type

Nov 2018-Jan 2019
(15 hours)
A. Piatnitski
(The Arctic University of Norway)
Partial differential equations on singular or thin structures Jan 2019-Feb 2019
(15 hours)
P. Antonini
The Atiyah-Singer index theorem

Nov 2018-Jan 2019
(20 hours)
C. Efthymiopoulos (Athens)
Hamiltonian Perturbation Theory and Applications in Celestial Mechanics
Jan-Feb 2019
(15 hours)
H. Peters (Amsterdam)
Holomorphic Dynamics: Wandering Fatou Components
Jan 16-21 2019
(8 hours)
E. Sernesi
(Roma Tre)
Curves on K3 Surfaces
23 Jan-8 Feb 2019
(6 hours)

A. Buffa
(EPFL, Lausanne)
The interplay of geometric modelling and numerical analysis of PDEs
24-25 January 2019
(6 hours)

Master courses 2018/19 (some of which of interest to PhD students)

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