Department of Mathematics and Systems Analysis

Department of Mathematics and Systems Analysis

The five main research areas of the Department are: analysis; discrete mathematics; applied mathematics and mechanics; 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.


3.5. 11:00  Vesa Pekkanen (Aalto University): Ruin theoretical comparisons – M237

3.5. 14:15  Mokhtar Adda-Bedia (Ecole Normale Supérieure): Origami mechanics – Y404

9.5. 15:15  Joel Larsson (Umeå University): Minimum matching, exploration games, and the Mézard-Parisi conjecture – M3 (M234)

10.5. 14:15  Jani Strandberg: Euroopan taloudellisesta yhtenäisyydestä – M2 (M233)

12.5. 16:00  Colva Roney-Dougal (University of Saint Andrews, United Kingdom): Proving hyperbolicity in polynomial time (Joint with Algorithms Seminar) – T4 (CS building)

16.5. 15:15  Jonas Tölle (Aalto University): Ergodicity and local limits for stochastic local and nonlocal p-Laplace equations – M3 (M234)

18.5. 12:15  Katrin Fässler (University of Jyväskylä): Heisenberg quasiregular ellipticity – M3 (M234)

19.5. 9:15  Pirjo Häkkinen, Etelä-Tapiolan lukio: Lukiolainen matematiikanopiskelijana – M240

19.5. 10:15  Minna Nevala and Mikko Inkinen, Aalto: Feeling stupid and anxious - how to cope with difficult academic emotions – M240

19.5. 11:00  Prof. Marie Snipes, Kenyon College: Using Data-Driven Applications to Inspire Upper-Division Mathematics – M240

19.5. 13:00  Prof. Marie Snipes, Kenyon College: Workshop: Applications for Linear Algebra in Matlab – TBA


Benny Avelin (Uppsala Universitet) 2.3.2015–23.12.2016

Ha Tran 9.3.2015–30.6.2016

Jeffrey M. Keisler (University of Massachusetts Boston) 15.1.–16.6.

Giancarlo Pastor Figueroa 1.3.2016–31.8.2017

Razane Tajeddine (Illinois Institute of Technology) 1.5.–31.7.

Salim El Rouayheb (Illinois Institute of Technology) 1.5.–31.7.

Rawad Bitar (Illinois Institute of Technology) 1.5.–31.7.

Serge Kas Hanna (Illinois Institute of Technology) 8.5.–29.7.

Juha Videman (Universidade de Lisboa) 11.5.–6.6.

Alberto Franco (Loughborough University) 15.5.–22.5.

Gilberto Montibeller (Loughborough University) 15.5.–22.5.

Marie Snipes (Kenyon College, Ohio) 15.5.–20.5.

Konstantinos Katsikopoulos (Max Planck Institute for Human Development) 15.5.–22.5.

Paul Goodwin (University of Bath) 19.5.–21.5.

Stewart Robinson (Loughborough University) 19.5.–21.5.

Guillermo Carlo Nuñez Ponasso (Universidad Complutense Madrid) 29.5.–31.8.

Lenny Fukshansky 31.5.–12.6.

Abhishek Guha 1.6.–31.7.

Page content by: webmaster-math [at] list [dot] aalto [dot] fi