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.


27.4. 11:00  Evelyne Hubert (Inria Méditerranée): Scaling Invariants and Symmetry Reduction of Dynamical Systems. Application to Parameter Reduction. (further info) – M2 (M233)

28.4. 15:15  Prof. Dmitry Chelkak (ETH-ITS, Zurich / Steklov Institute, St.Petersburg): 2D Ising model at and near criticality: what we can prove and what we still would like to understand – M1 (M232)

4.5. 16:15  Louis Theran (Aalto Science Institute): Rigidity percolation (further info) – M2 (M233)

4.5. 17:00  President Tuula Teeri: Opening of the exhibition 2015 of the course Crystal Flowers in Halls of Mirrors: Mathematics meets Art and Architecture – B-hall

5.5. 13:00  PhD Julia Collins: Knitting and Mathematics – E-hall

5.5. 14:00  PhD Julia Collins: Knot Theory – E-hall

6.5. 15:15  Tuomas Tajakka: TBA – M2 (M233)

19.5. 13:30  Several speakers: Afternoon on teaching – M240

19.5. 15:15  Prof. Carlos Perez Moreno: – M1 (M232)


Thomas Westerbäck 1.4.2014–31.12.2015

Dardan Klimenta (University of Pristina in Kosovska Mitrovica) 1.12.2014–31.12.2015

Paolo Baroni 16.1.–30.4.

Tommi Tervonen (Erasmus University Rotterdam) 9.3.–30.9.

Ha Tran 9.3.–31.12.

Carlos Perez ( University of the Basque Country) 17.3.–15.6.

Israel Pablo Rivera Ríos (The University of Seville) 18.3.–24.6.

Sylvia Kiwuwa Muyingo (Uganda Virus Research Institute (UVRI)) 17.4.–18.6.

Dmitry Chelkak (ETH Zurich, Institute for Theoretical Studies) 24.4.–29.4.

Nils Lerche (Georg-August-University of Göttingen) 5.5.–26.6.

Tadeuz Iwaniec (Syracuse University) 22.5.–2.6.

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