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Department of Mathematics and Systems Analysis

The Department of Mathematics and Systems Analysis pursues research at the highest level of ambition with focal areas in mathematical analysis, numerical analysis, stochastic analysis, and systems and operations research. It is responsible for teaching mathematics in the BSc programmes of the four engineering schools. Moreover, it offers MSc and doctoral majors in mathematics, mechanics, and systems and operations research.

In comparison with many of its international counterparts, the department has received recognition for its exceptional ability to attract external funding and to engage students in concrete, applied research projects that respond to the needs of its non-academic partners.

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Deadline for the applications: 7th of December, 2014.

- Ruedi Seiler, Marek Grudzinski, Fons Daalderop, Joanna Daudt, Michael Hanke, Noemi Kurt, Antti Rasila, Hannu Tiitu: Bridging Math-Gaps with the Learning Environment MUMIE. The European Project S3M2 and the German Math-Bridge Course OMB+ for the Enhancement of Student Mobility. In Proceedings of EADTU 2014 - Open and Flexible Higher Education Conference. New Technologies and the Future of Teaching and Learning. European Association of Distance Teaching Universities (EADTU), 2014.
- Tuomo Kuusi, Giuseppe Mingione: Borderline gradient continuity for nonlinear parabolic systems.
*Mathematische Annalen*316(3-4), 2014. - Iván Blanco Chacón, Camilla Hollanti, Montserrat Alsina, Dionís Remón: Fuchsian codes with arbitrarily high code rates.
*Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra*, 2014. - Juha Kinnunen, Parantap Shukla: Gehring's lemma and reverse Hölder classes on metric measure spaces.
*Computational Methods and Function Theory*14, 2014. - Yohei Fujishima, Jens Habermann, Juha Kinnunen, Mathias Masson: Stability of parabolic quasiminimizers.
*Potential Analysis*41, 2014. - Martin Vermeer, Antti Rasila: Maailman kartta - johdatus matemaattiseen geodesiaan. Tähtitieteellinen yhdistys Ursa, 2014.

26.11. 14:15 Bryan Gin-ge Chen (Leiden): Topological soft matter: from linkages to kinks (further info) – TUAS 3161

**27.11. 11:00 Prof. Juan Souto (CNRS, Universite de Rennes 1): Necklaces made out of single dots – TUAS, 3161 (ASci)**

**27.11. 12:15 Raman Sanyal (FU Berlin): Relative Upper Bound Theorems – M2 (M233)**

**27.11. 14:15 Prof. Juan Souto (CNRS, Universite de Rennes 1): Geometric dimension of certain arithmetic groups. – M3 (M234)**

28.11. 12:00 Atte Aalto, Prof. Giorgio Picci (University of Padova): Infinite dimensional systems: passivity and Kalman filter discretization – M1 (M232)

28.11. 13:00 Erik Sjöland; Opponent: Raman Sanyal (Freie U. Berlin): Real Algebraic Geometry in Additive Number Theory – D

**Thomas Westerbäck 1.4.2014–31.3.2015****Grey Violet 26.5.2014–25.5.2015****Damir Arov (South-Ukrainian National Pedagogical University) 27.8.–30.11.**- Jan Kristensen (University of Oxford, Mathematical Institute) 19.11.–24.11.
**Matias Dahl 23.11.–30.11.****Alberto Favaro (Universität Oldenburg) 23.11.–30.11.****Maria del Carmen Reguera Rodriguez (University of Birmingham) 23.11.–27.11.****Girogio Picci 26.11.–29.11.****Raman Sanyal 26.11.–29.11.**