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Seminar Archive

E.g., 2017-08-20
E.g., 2017-08-20
Event Code Date Speaker Seminar Title Presentation Material
MAA 3rd February 2005 S Starchenko On the topological degree of functions definable in o-minimal structures (ll)
DQF 3rd February 2005 P Brockwell Levy-driven CARMA processes, stochastic volatility and CoGARCH models
DQF 2nd February 2005 C Kluppelberg CoGARCH
DQF 2nd February 2005 J Rosinski Multidimensional tempered stable processes: representations and method of simulation
DQF 2nd February 2005 A Shiryaev Towards the mathematization of some practical methods of the financial "technical analysis"
DQF 1st February 2005 Y Kabanov The FTAP in the two-asset model under transaction costs (a result of Grigoriev)
MAA 1st February 2005 Y Peterzil On the topological degree of functions definable in o-minimal structures (l)
MAA 1st February 2005 D Macpherson Stable pseudofinite groups
DQF 1st February 2005 J Woerner Power variation
DQF 31st January 2005 N Shephard & O Barndorff-Nielsen & K Sato Continuous time processes based on infinite activity innovations
DQF 27th January 2005 A Cairns Optimal investment for defined contribution pension plans
MAA 27th January 2005 A Wilkie An o-minimal version of Gromov's "Algebraic Reparameterization Lemma" with a diophantine application (ll)
MAA 27th January 2005 A Wilkie An o-minimal version of Gromov's "Algebraic Reparameterization Lemma" with a diophantine application (ll)
MAA 27th January 2005 O Belegradek Expressive power of first-order logic for embedded finite models
MAA 25th January 2005 E Bouscaren Groups definable in separably closed fields and algebraic groups: definable simplicity and "pseudo-simple" groups
DQF 25th January 2005 T Bjork Good deal bounds
MAA 25th January 2005 E Casanovas T resplendent models and the Lascar group
MAA 20th January 2005 A Prestel On henselian valued fields
MAA 20th January 2005 A Wilkie An o-minimal version of Gromov's "Algebraic Reparameterization Lemma" with a diophantine application
QISW05 17th December 2004 C Bennett Black holes, simulated time travel and the scalability of complexity
QISW05 17th December 2004 J Smolin Locked information and the black hole information loss problem
QISW05 17th December 2004 M Plenio Entanglement and area
QISW05 17th December 2004 S Lloyd Quantum gravity and quantum computation
QISW05 16th December 2004 F Markopoulou Quantum information theory and the low energy problem of quantum gravity
QISW05 16th December 2004 D Terno When entanglement met black hole...
QISW05 16th December 2004 C Galfard The path integral approach to the black hole information problem
QISW05 16th December 2004 D Gottesman Black hole evaporation, unitarity and final state projection
QISW05 15th December 2004 R Loll Universe from sub-Planckian bits
QISW05 15th December 2004 R Penrose Limits of quantum mechanics from general relativity: a clash of principles
QISW05 15th December 2004 G 't Hooft Information loss, determinism and quantum mechanics
QISW05 14th December 2004 B Unruh Bohr, Penrose and Hawking
QISW05 14th December 2004 R Schuetzhold Black hole analogues and the universality of the Hawking effect
QISW05 14th December 2004 N Turok Model of a big crunch/big bang transition
QIS 13th December 2004 Tutorial for QIS participants
QIS 9th December 2004 H Buhrman Communication complexity and fault tolerance
QIS 9th December 2004 A Winter Uncertainty, monogamy, and implications for entanglement
QIS 9th December 2004 A Chefles Quantum voting
MSI 9th December 2004 R Cameron The structure of small-scale magnetic flux tubes
MSI 7th December 2004 N Mastorakos Scalar dissipation rates
MSI 7th December 2004 G Pavliotis Diffusion of inertial particles
MSI 7th December 2004 A Gilbert Passive scalars and coherent structures
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