# COLLOQUIUMS AND SCIENTIFIC DAYS

# COLLOQUIUMS AND SCIENTIFIC DAYS

# FORTHCOMING EVENTS

# PREVIOUS EVENTS

## BGSMath – BCAM Colloquium 2020

Online

Speakers:

José Antonio Lozano (BCAM)

Gábor Lugosi (UPF)

## BGSMath María de Maeztu Unit of Excellence 2015-2019: Closing Workshop

The BGSMath/MdM excellence program finishes this year. To celebrate this success story we organize in June 6, 2019 a workshop highlighting the most relevant scientific results obtained within the program in the main research areas of BGSMath. We invite all BGSMAth faculty, students and friends to participate in this event.

## Chasing finite shadows of infinite groups

BGSMath Autumn Colloquium 2018

Speakers: Martin R. Bridson FRS (University of Oxford)

## BGSMath Summer Colloquium 2018

BGSMath Summer Colloquium 2018

Speakers: Diego Córdoba (ICMAT) and Anna Cima (UAB/BGSMath)

## Topological vistas in neuroscience

What does topology have to do the Blue Brain Project? Professor Kathryn Hess Bellwald will explain the results obtained in this collaboration

## Hyper-Kähler geometry

UPC-BGSMath Colloquium.

Speaker: Claire Voisin, Còllege de France

Registration required

## Algebraic Geometry of Gaussian Mixtures / Instability phenomena in the restricted three body problem

BGSMath Summer Colloquium 2017

Speakers: Bernd Sturmfels (University of California at Berkeley / Max Planck Institute) and Marcel Guardia (BGSMath / UPC)

## How does the heat equation explore geometric and functional inequalities?

The BGSMath Colloquium – Fall 2016 presents Michel Ledoux’s (Université de Toulouse) research: As is classical, the heat equation is a parabolic partial differential equation that describes the distribution of heat (or variation in temperature) in a given region over time.

## Jornada Científica BGSMath

In June 8 took place the annual BGSMath Scientific Meeting. The external members of the Advisory Scientific Committee will be present at the meeting.

## Rational points on elliptic curves

BGSMATH COLLOQUIUM – FALL 2015. After presenting the current news about BGSMath, a lecture given by Henri Darmon (McGill University).

## Good Characterisations, Duality Theory, and Computational Complexity

The second BGSMath Colloquium was the starting point of the new BGSMath, after obtaining the excellence award Maria de Maeztu.

Speaker: Albert Atserias – UPC

Good Characterisations, Duality Theory, and Computational Complexity

## Cédric Villani: Of triangles, gases, prices and men

The first BGSMath Colloquium presents a talk by Fields Medallist Cedric Villani (IHP, Paris)