Department of Mathematics & Statistics Colloquia 2021/22

Time and Location: All colloquia will take place remotely via MS Teams Wednesdays at 3pm unless otherwise stated. A link will be made available a few days prior to each colloquia which will enable you to connect in.

Colloquium Organiser for the academic year 2021/22: Dr. Galatia Cleanthous


Date Speaker Institution Title
    SEMESTER 1  
29/09/21 Dr Effie Papageorgiou Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics,
University of Crete, Greece
How many Fourier coefficients are needed?
06/10/21 Dr Rafael De Andrade Moral Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Maynooth University Estimating Animal Abundance in Three Difficulty Levels
13/10/21 Dr Arthur White School of Computer Science and Statistics, Trinity College of Dublin Bayesian Hazard Change-point Analysis with Unknown Change-point Numbers
20/10/21 Dr Alessia Caponera Chair of Mathematical Statistics, EPFL, Switzerland Statistical inference for spherical functional autoregressions
27/10/21 STUDY WEEK    
03/11/21 Dr Paschalis Karageorgis School of Mathematics, Trinity College of Dublin Positive solutions for quasilinear elliptic inequalities
10/11/21 Dr Matthew Fayers School of Mathematical Sciences, Queen Mary University of London, UK The Mullineux map
17/11/21 Dr Oscar Dominguez Bonilla School of Mathematical Sciences, Complutense University of Madrid John--Nirenberg spaces revisited
24/11/21 Professor Jochen Einbeck Department of Mathematical Sciences, Durham University, UK A graphical tool for assessing the suitability of count regression models, with applications in biological dosimetry
01/12/21 Dr Dylan Connor School of Geographical Sciences & Urban Planning, Arizona State University The changing populations and economic fortunes of small places in the United States
08/12/21 Dr Alessio Benavoli School of Computer Science and Statistics, Trinity College of Dublin A tutorial on Bayesian optimisation with a focus on choice data and application to smart manufacturing
15/12/21 Dr Philip A. White Department of Statistics Brigham Young University, USA Some Challenges in Spatial Functional Data Analysis of West Antarctic Snow Density
    SEMESTER 2  
02/02/22 Professor Annika Lang Department of Mathematical Sciences, Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg, Sweden Connecting random fields on manifolds and stochastic partial differential equations in simulations
09/02/22 Dr. Georgiana Chatzigeorgiou Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences, Germany On the theory of fluctuations in stochastic homogenization
16/02/22 Dr Chiara Amorino Department of Mathematics, Université du Luxembourg On the rate of estimation for the stationary distribution of stochastic differential equations with and without jumps
23/02/22 Professor Geoffrey R. Robinson University of Aberdeen, UK Counting characters and conjugacy classes
Dr Sarah Heaps School of Mathematics, Statistics and Physics, Newcastle University, UK Enforcing stationarity through the prior in vector autoregressions
09/03/22 Dr Pier Giovanni Bissiri Università di Bologna, Italy Positive definite functions on spheres: some statistical and mathematical issues
16/03/22 STUDY WEEK    
Dr. Faustin Adiceam Department of Mathematics, The University of Manchester Badly approximable vectors and Littlewood-type problems
30/03/22 Dr Xavier Emery Advanced Mining Technology Center, University of Chile/Department of Mining Engineering, University of Chile Flexible validity conditions for the multivariate Matérn covariance in any space dimension and for any number of components
06/04/22 Dr Sara Mazzonetto Institut de mathématiques Élie Cartan Lorraine, Université de Lorraine (site de Nancy) Maximum likelihood estimation : an asymptotic expansion
13/04/22 Dr Bernardo Nipoti Department of Economics, Management and Statistics (DEMS), University of Milano Bicocca Optimal stratification of survival data via Bayesian nonparametric mixtures
20/04/22 EASTER    
27/04/22 Junior Professor Caroline Lausseur Faculty of Mathematics, TU Kaiserslautern and RWTH Aachen University Permutation modules in the representation theory of finite groups
04/05/22 Dr Anna Paola Todino Dipartimento di Matematica e Applicazioni, Università di Milano Bicocca Alternative forms of random spherical harmonics