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; 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.


25.2. 14:15  Kim Myyryläinen (Aalto University): What is...Bounded Mean Oscillation (BMO)? – M2 (M233)

25.2. 15:15  Tuomas Hytönen (University of Helsinki): Commutators and Jacobians – U5

26.2. 12:15  Peter Lindqvist (NTNU): The time derivative in some Evolutionary p-Laplace Equations: a problematic quantity – M3 (M234)

2.3. 15:15  Konstantin Avrachenkov (INRIA Sophia Antipolis): Hedonic coalitional game approach to network partitioning – M205

4.3. 12:15  Carlos Mudarra: TBA – M3 (M234)

11.3. 12:15  Lauri Hitruhin: TBA – M3 (M234)

18.3. 12:15  Sari Rogovin: Poincaré inequalities and a general quasihyperbolic growth condition – M3 (M234)


Louna Seppälä 1.9.2019–31.7.2020

Guillermo Mantilla Soler 1.1.–31.12.

Peter Lindqvist 6.1.–15.3.

Sung Park 19.2.–21.2.

Elias Jarlebring 1.3.–30.6.

Juha Videman 2.3.–16.3.

Kathrin Hövelmanns 16.3.–20.3.

Francesca Arrigo 22.3.–27.3.

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