Introductory seminars

This series of seminars is EXPLICITLY and EXCLUSIVELY meant for Master and PhD students. Each seminar will provide an introduction to the topic of the next QGM research seminar, which takes place on Wednesdays from 16.30 to 17.30 in auditorium D3.

Our aim is to encourage the interactions between Master/PhD students and the researchers of the department as well as all the experts who will be visiting our university. Moreover, this would be a great opportunity to get to see some current research topics more closely.

There will be geometry, mathematical physics and a lot more!

Future introductory seminars

Tue 27 Nov
16:15-17:00 | 1531-215 (Aud. D3)
Introductory seminar by Niels Martin Møller (Copenhagen University)

Past introductory seminars

Tue 09 Oct
16:15-17:00 | 1531-215 (Aud. D3)
Introductory seminar by Konstantin Wernli (University of Zürich)
Title: Perturbative Quantization of Gauge Theories
Tue 25 Sep
16:15-17:00 | 1531-215 (Aud.D3)
Introductory seminar by Alexander Soibelman (Aarhus University)
Title: Point counting, motivic classes, and the Hall algebra

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