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The aim of the talks is to bring math PhDs together and give them an opportunity to practice holding presentations.

When? Every second Tuesday 15:15-16:00.

Upcoming talks:

- TBA - Ivar Persson

- TBA - Germán Miranda

Past talks:

Fall 2022:

- 27/09 - Emil Engström, Nonhomogenous Boundary Value Problems and Trace Theorems. MH:228

- 11/10 - Raul Hindov, Discrete Fourier uncertainty.  MH:228

- 25/10 - Anna Gummeson, Towards minimal solvers for camera position estimation and triangulation using cylinders, or first class of computer vision and an application where we solve polynomial equations. MH:228

- 08/11 - Jan Thomm, Representations of Quivers and Normalform Problems for Matrices. MH:333

- 22/11 - Magnus Fries. My mama always said a matrix was like a box of numbers. MH:333

- 06/12 - Erik Tegler, Fantastic inliers and where to find them. MH:333

Spring 2022:

- 03/03 - Jaime Manríquez, Crash course in finite element methods. MH:227 (You can find the slides and the Matlab code here)

- 17/03 - Alex Bergman, Boundary values of power series. MH:228

- 31/03 - Martin Ahrnbom, Camera calibration and 2D-3D mapping for safer traffic and saving lives and stuff.MH:227

- 21/04 - Frej Dahlin, Binary Image Representation using Complex Rational Functions. MH:227

- 05/05 - Axel Berg, Time difference of arrival estimation using neuronal networks. MH:227

- 19/05 - Felix Augustsson, Synchronization in the Kuramoto model. MH:227

- 16/06 - Samuele Sottile, Inverse resonance problem for Love elastic waves. MH:227


Magnus Fries


Johannes Kasimir 


Germán Miranda


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