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ECMath Colloquium

The purpose of this biannual scientific colloquium is bringing together mathematicians, scientists, and engineers to enjoy a series of talks on one topical issue of current or emerging interest to several fields within mathematics. The colloquium intends to foster scientific communication within ECMath and beyond.

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Past Events


#4 ECMath Guest Colloquium on January 20, 2017

Topic: "Optimization"

Speakers
  • Sebastian Sager (U Magdeburg): Mathematical Optimization for Clinical Diagnosis and Decision Support
  • Werner Römisch (HU Berlin): Stochastic Optimization: Complexity and Numerical Methods
  • Karl Kunisch (U Graz): Sparsity in PDE-constrained Open and Closed Loop Control

#3 ECMath Guest Colloquium on April 22, 2016

Topic: "Sparsity: Statistics, Optimization and Applications”

Speakers
  • Peter Richtárik (U Edinburgh) "Empirical Risk Minimization: Complexity, Duality, Sampling, Sparsity and Big Data"
  • Gitta Kutyniok (TU Berlin) "Anisotropic Structures and Sparsity-based Regularization"
  • Mario Figueiredo (U Lisbon) "Learning with Strongly Correlated Variables: Ordered Weighted l1 Regularization"

#2 ECMath Guest Colloquium on January 8, 2016

Topic: Geometric PDEs and free boundary problems

Speakers
  • Konrad Polthier (FU Berlin) "Differential-based Shape Design"
  • Paola Pozzi (Duisburg-Essen) "On anisotropic Willmore Flow"
  • Benedikt Wirth (Münster) "Data fitting tools in Riemannian spaces"

#1 ECMath Guest Colloquium on June 5, 2015

Topic: Uncertainty Quantification

Speakers
  • Gabriel Lord (Heriot-Watt) "Stochastic Differential Equations, Computation and Travelling Waves"
  • Claudia Schillings (Warwick) "Analysis of the Ensemble Kalman Filter for Inverse Problems"
  • Tim Sullivan (Warwick) "Brittleness and Robustness of Bayesian Inference"


Scientific committee


  • Prof. Dr. Carsten Gräser (Freie Universität Berlin)
  • Matthias Liero (Weierstraß-Institut für Angewandte Analysis und Stochastik)
  • Carlos Rautenberg (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)
  • Guillaume Sagnol (Technische Universität Berlin)