All mathematics lectures
2022
- 05/02/2022: Math Day, 09:00, CB, MSA 3.520
2021
- 15/12/2021: Solvability of systems of invariant differential equations on symmetric spaces G/K, PhD defense of Guenda Palmirotta, 10:00, CB, MNO 1.050, Probability and Statistics seminar
- 02/12/2021: Aggregated tests of independence based on HSIC measures, Béatrice Laurent-Bonneau, 13:00, MNO 5A, Probability and Statistics seminar
- 18/11/2021: Asymptotic distribution of quadratic forms, Sumit Mukherjee (Columbia University), 13:00, Zoom, Probability and Statistics seminar
- 11/11/2021: Rates of convergence for density estimation with generative adversarial network, Denis Belomestny (Duisburg-Essen University), 13:00, MNO Room 1.040
- 04/11/2021 : Positivity properties of moduli spaces of quiver representations, Hans Franzen (Ruhr-Universität Bochum), 17:00, MNO Room 6A
- 04/11/2021 : Adaptive estimation from indirect observations, Anatoli Juditsky (Université Grenoble-Alpes), 13:00, MSA 3.540, Probability and Statistics seminar
- 02/11/2021 : Differential operators of higher order and their homotopy trivializations, Pedro Tamaroff (MPIMiS in Leipzig), 16:00, MNO Room 6A
- 29/10/2021 : "Quantizations and moduli stacks of curves", PhD defense of Alexey Kalugin, 14:00, Webex
- 14/10/2021: Pr. Elisabeth Gassiat, Deconvolution with unknown noise distribution, 13:00, MSA 3.530, Probability and Statistics seminar
- 12/10/2021: Sabetta Matsumoto, The Inside View: Raymarching and the Thurston geometries, 16:00, Multiplicities Seminar
- 15/09/2021: Leiden-Luxembourg Number Theory PhD Day 2021, 12:00->17:00, Belval campus
- 15/09/2021: Matija Bašić, University of Zagreb, Dendroidal sets - from basic results to applications, 11:00, Graph complexes in algebra and geometry, Webex,
- 13-17/09/2021: Prep Camp, 09:00->16:00, Belval Campus
- 06-10/09/2021: Boot Camp, 9:00->16:30, Belval campus
- 19-23/07/2021: Data Science Summer School, Outreach programme, Belval Campus
- 12-16/07/2021: International Conference on Statistics and Related Fields (ICON STARF), Sandal programme
- 01/07/2021: Christoph Thäle (Ruhr-Universität Bochum), Poisson hyperplanes in hyperbolic space, 13:00, Webex, Probability and Statistics seminar
- 24/06/2021: Maurizia Rossi (University of Milano-Bicocca), Non-universal fluctuations of the empirical measure for sphere-cross-time random fields, 13:00, Webex, Probability and Statistics seminar
- 15/06/2021: Lisa Sauermann (stanford), On the cap-set problem and the slice rank polynomial method, 16:00, Zoom, Multiplicities
- 10/06/2021: Yvik Swan Université Libre de Bruxelles, Stein’s density method for multivariate continuous distributions, 13:00, Webex, Probability and Statistics seminar
- 27/05/2021: Louis Gass (IRMAR), A Salem Zygmund approach to almost sure asymptotics concerning the nodal measure of Riemannian random waves, 13:00, Webex, Probability and Statistics seminar
- 20/05/2021: Anna Gusakova (Ruhr-Universität Bochum), Random simplicial tessellations: high-dimensional probabilistic behaviour of the typical cells, 13:00, Webex, Probability and Statistics seminar
- 11/05/2021: Alison Henrich (Seattle University), Knotty Games, 16:00, Zoom, Multiplicities
- 06/05/2021: Hugo Vanneuville (Université Grenoble-Alpes), The percolation phase transition of the random plane wave, 13:00, Probability and Statistics seminar
- 12/04/2021: Aurélien Alvarez (École normale supérieure de Lyon), Paul Henri de Saint-Gervais, 20:00, Math Game
- 23/03/2021: Persi Diaconis (from Stanford University), Adding numbers and shuffling cards, 16:00, Zoom, Multiplicities
- 22/03_17/05/2021: Gerard van der Geer, Lecture on K3 surfaces, 14:00, Webex
- 18/03/2021: Etienne Roquain (LPSM, Sorbonne University), False Discovery rate control with unknown null distribution, 13:00, Webex, Probability and Statistics seminar
- 25/02/2021: Richard Samworth (University of Cambridge), 14:00, room MSA 4.520, CB, Probability and Statistics seminar
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For earlier lectures, please refer to the pages of the respective seminars.
Stein’s method and Palm theory in random measures
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