Past colloquia

Colloquium program from August 2007 to January 2008

[colloque] Tue 25.09.2007, Phys 2.52 at 17h15more

Prof. Dr. Jörg KRAMER (HU Berlin): Recent developments in Arakelov geometry

[colloque] Tue 2.10.2007, Phys 2.52 at 17h15more

Prof. Dr. Jost ESCHENBURG (Augsburg): Submanifolds and the normal Gauss map

[colloque] Tue 09.10.2007, Phys 2.52 at 17h15more

Prof. Dr. Jean-Pierre ECKMANN (Université de Genève): A topological glass

[colloque] Tue 16.10.2007, Phys 2.52 at 17h15more

Prof. Dr. Laurent BARTHOLDI (EPF Lausanne): Growth and amenability of groups and algebras

[colloque] Tue 23.10.2007, Phys 2.52 at 17h15more

Dr. Sebastian BAADER (ETH Zürich): Die asymptotischen Bahnen von Vektorfeldern

[colloque] Tue 30.10.2007, Phys 2.51 at 17h15more

Dr. Gauthier BERCK (Fribourg): Areas and volumes in Finsler spaces

[colloque] Tue 6.11.2007, Phys 2.52 ay 17h15, Plancherel Lecture (BeFri Program in Maths)more

Prof. Dr. Nicholas HIGHAM (Manchester): Functions of a Matrix: Past and Present

[colloque] Tue 13.11.2007, Phys 2.52 at 17h15more

Prof. Dr. Sinnou DAVID (Paris): Diophantine equations, transcendance methods, special values

[colloque] Tue 20.11.2007, Pérolles 2, room G120, 16h15-19hmore

Peter Thullen Centennial Colloquium

[colloque] Tue 27.11.2007, Phys 2.52 at 17h15more

Prof. Dr. Alain-Sol SZNITMAN (ETH Zürich): Random motions in random media

[colloque] Tue 4.12.2007, Phys 2.52 at 17h15more

Prof. Dr. Daniel HUG (Essen-Duisburg): Zufällige Polytope und Isoperimetrie

[colloque] Tue 11.12.2007, Phys 2.52 at 17h15more

Dr. Oliver RÖHRLE: A Three-Dimensional Finite Element Framework for Investigating Functional Electrical Stimulation Protocols

[colloque] Tue 18.12.2007, Phys 2.52 at 17h15more

Prof. Dr. Wilderich TUSCHMANN (Kiel): Almost nonnegative curvature

Other events from August 2007 to January 2008

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