Department of Mathematics and Systems Analysis

Department of Mathematics and Systems Analysis

The five main research areas of the Department are: algebra and discrete mathematics; analysis; numerical analysis and inverse problems; stochastics and statistics; systems analysis and operations research. We offer major and minor studies at the bachelor's and master's level and provide doctoral research training. Our graduates have been recruited by universities, research institutes, governmental agencies as well as companies in the financial, energy and transportation sectors, for instance.


28.2. 10:15  Timo Takala: Preserving Besov energy in sphericalization and flattening – M3 (M234)

29.2. 9:15  Jalo Nousiainen: Machine learning and inverse problems in extreme adaptive optics – M2 (M233)

1.3. 14:15  Tuukka Himanka: Physics-Informed Neural Networks in Probabilistic Spatio-Temporal Modelling – M3 (M234)

6.3. 10:15  Wontae Kim: Hölder regularity of the parabolic double phase equation – M3 (M234)

13.3. 10:15  Aapo Laukkarinen: Convex body domination and its applications to matrix-weighted norm inequalities – M3 (M234)

20.3. 10:15  Jonas Tölle: Nonlinear (stochastic) PDEs with singular diffusivity – M3 (M234)


Tarley Fantazzini (Federal University of Sao Carlos) 1.2.–31.7.

Henrik Garde (Aarhus University) 4.2.–22.3.

Charles Parker (University of Oxford) 20.2.–23.2.

Lorenzo Zacchini (Università di Bologna) 22.2.–27.5.

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