The Mathematics Colloquium takes place every

Wednesday at 5.15pm

during term time in the Nuclear Physics Lecture Hall at Schlossgartenstraße 9. All those interested are cordially invited to attend. Starting 4.45pm the department meets for tea and biskuits in room 244 of the mathematics building at Schlossgartenstraße 7.

Before the main lecture there is, at 4.15pm in room 234, Schlossgartenstr. 7, the What is...? lecture organized by the PhD students of the department aiming to give an introduction to the topic of the lecture in a form accessible to MSc students.

Next Talk

An updated list for the next semester will appear in early April and October, resp.

All Talks of this Semester

DateAll Talks of this Semester
11/04/2018, 5:15pm
Logic, Graphs and Algorithms

Lecturer: Dr. Kord Eickmeyer, Technische Universität Darmstadt

18/04/2018, 5:15pm
Variational methods for processing manifold-valued images

Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Andreas Weinmann, Hochschule Darmstadt

25/04/2018, 5:15pm
Rate-independent systems in the context of damage and fracture

Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Dorothee Knees, Universität Kassel

02/05/2018, 5:15pm
On quasi-infinitely divisible distributions

Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Alexander Lindner, Universität Ulm

09/05/2018, 5:15pm
Eine Reise zum Sinn der Mathematik: Studien zu Sinnkonstruktionen von Schülerinnen und Schülern in Deutschland, Hongkong, Thailand und Finnland

Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Maike Vollstedt, Universität Bremen

16/05/2018, 5:15pm

Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Winfried Sickel, Universität Jena

30/05/2018, 5:15pm
Resilience of Random Graphs

Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Angelika Steger, ETH Zürich

06/06/2018, 5:15pm
Entropy-induced geometry for classical and quantum Markov semigroups

Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Alexander Mielke, WIAS und Humboldt Universität zu Berlin

13/06/2018, 5:15pm
Spannungsbasierte Formulierungen für Variationsungleichungen in der Festkörpermechanik

Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Gerhard Starke, Universität Duisburg-Essen

27/06/2018, 5:15pm
Algorithmic Randomness

Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Rod Downey, Victoria University, Wellington, Neuseeland

04/07/2018, 5:15pm
Statistical theory for deep neural networks

Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Michael Kohler, Technische Universität Darmstadt

11/07/2018, 5:15pm
Einfach Randbedingungen – asymptotische und numerische Analysis von absorbierenden und Impedanzrandbedingungen

Lecturer: Dr. Kersten Schmidt, Technische Universität Darmstadt


There is also a printable version of the program.


Fachbereich Mathematik
Technische Universität Darmstadt

Schlossgartenstraße 7
64289 Darmstadt

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