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.

Calendar

16.4. 11:15  Sampo Niemelä: MSc thesis presentation: Coding theory for federated learning – M2 (M233)

16.4. 14:30  Joaquín de la Barra: Decision models for reinforcing critical infrastructures (Mid-term evaluation) – M3 (M234)

16.4. 15:15  Ivy Woo: Obfuscation from Lattice-Based Equivocal Assumption – M2 (M233)

17.4. 10:15  Kim Myyryläinen: Parabolic Muckenhoupt weights – M3 (M234)

17.4. 16:15  prof. Samuli Siltanen (University of Helsinki): The magic of math: three-dimensional X-ray vision (FMS colloquium) (further info) – M1 (M232)

22.4. 16:15  Gerald Williams (University of Essex): Incidence graphs of generalized polygons and star graphs of group presentations with cyclic symmetry – M3 (M234)

24.4. 10:15  Anna-Mariya Otsetova: Axisymmetric capillary water waves with vorticity and swirl connecting to static unduloid configurations – M3 (M234)

29.4. 16:15  Oula Kekäläinen: MSc thesis presentation – M3 (M234)

13.5. 16:15  Lilja Metsälampi: Midterm review – M3 (M234)

Visitors

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

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

Flávio Lim-Apo (Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro) 1.4.–30.9.

Miryam Gnazzo (Gran Sasso Science Institute) 8.4.–4.5.

Gerald Williams (University of Essex) 14.4.–5.7.

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