Department of Mathematics
Mathematics can be described as the science which, using logic, investigates properties and patterns of abstract structures. Historically, mathematics has developed in close interplay with the natural sciences and technology.
The department hosts five divisions.
Divisions
Calendar

17JanSeminar, CombinatoricsMonday 20220117, 17:15  18:15Lecturer: Gaku LiuLocation: Zoom meeting ID: 654 5562 326020220117T17:15:00.000+01:00 20220117T18:15:00.000+01:00 Gaku Liu:Unimodular triangulations of sufficiently large dilations (Seminar, Combinatorics) Gaku Liu:Unimodular triangulations of sufficiently large dilations (Seminar, Combinatorics)

20JanLicentiate seminarThursday 20220120, 15:00  17:00Location: Kräftriket, House 6, Room 306 and ZoomVideo link: Zoom: 627 2410 9446Doctoral student: Gabriel Favre20220120T15:00:00.000+01:00 20220120T17:00:00.000+01:00 Gabriel Favre: The type I and CCR properties for groupoids and inverse semigroups (Licentiate seminar) Gabriel Favre: The type I and CCR properties for groupoids and inverse semigroups (Licentiate seminar)

21JanSeminar, Graduate studentFriday 20220121, 13:15  14:15Lecturer: Anna Broms (KTH)Location: Zoom (meeting ID: 68578498723)20220121T13:15:00.000+01:00 20220121T14:15:00.000+01:00 Anna Broms: Three Myths on Polynomial Interpolation and Root Finding (Seminar, Graduate student) Anna Broms: Three Myths on Polynomial Interpolation and Root Finding (Seminar, Graduate student)

15SepSeminar, Optimization and systems theoryThursday 20220915, 15:00  16:00Lecturer: Nick Sahinidis20220915T15:00:00.000+02:00 20220915T16:00:00.000+02:00 Nick Sahinidis, Title: TBA (Seminar, Optimization and systems theory) Nick Sahinidis, Title: TBA (Seminar, Optimization and systems theory)