MATHPHYS ANALYSIS SEMINAR

HostsLaszlo Erdös, Robert Seiringer, Jan Maas, Julian Fischer
LocationMondi 2 (I01.01.008), Central Building
Heinzel Seminar Room (I21.EG.101), Office Building West
TimeThursdays, 4:15pm – 5:15 pm (* =unusual time/place, check invitation file)
PLEASE NOTE: During to concerns about the COVID-19 virus we will also be conducting seminars remotely via Zoom.

Unusual times are indicated, these are mostly on Tuesdays, 4pm - 6pm, as well as the talks in the framework of the VIENNA PROBABILITY SEMINAR every second Tuesdays, 4:45 pm - 7:00 pm, with alternating locations  between IST Austria and the University of Vienna. Location details will  be announced with each talk.  

If you wish to receive regular email notifications about our events please contact birgit.oosthuizen-noczil@ist.ac.at.

Academic Year 2021/22

DateSpeakerTopic
September 23, 2021
(IST Austria, I21.EG101), *4pm
Yuanyuan Xu (IST Austria)Quantitative Tracy-Widom law for Wigner matrices
September 23, 2021
(IST Austria, I21.EG101), *5pm
Mustafa Gunes (University of Oxford)Joint Moments of C$\beta$E, Consistent Random Interlacing Arrays and Painleve Equations
September 30, 2021
(Rényi Institute, Budapest)
Budapest – Vienna Probability Seminar: Marcin Lis (Uni Wien)A new approach to the Berezinskii–Kosterlitz–Thouless transition in the planar XY model
September 30, 2021
(Rényi Institute, Budapest)
Budapest – Vienna Probability Seminar: Bálint Vetö (TU Budapest=BME)Fluctuations in random surface growth
September 30, 2021
(Rényi Institute, Budapest)
Budapest – Vienna Probability Seminar: Fabio Toninelli (TU Vienna)Diffusion in the curl of the 2-dimensional Gaussian Free Field
October 14, 2021
(IST Austria, I21.EG.101)
Hong Chang Ji (IST Austria)Tracy-Widom limit for free sum of random matrices
October 21, 2021
(IST Austria, I21.EG.101)
Christian Hainzl (LMU Munich) Bogolyubov theory revisited
November 04, 2021
(Mondi 2, I01.01.008)
Haonan Zhang (IST Austria) A variational method and its applications in concavity/convexity of trace functionals
November 11, 2021
(Mondi 2, I01.01.008)
Morris Brooks (IST Austria)Validity of Bogoliubov’s approximation for translation-invariant Bose gases
December 02, 2021
(online)
Benjamin Schlein (University of Zürich)Upper bound for the energy of a confined gas of hard sphere bosons
January 13, 2022
(online)
Jan Philip Solovej (University of Copenhagen)Dilute Bose and Fermi gases in one dimension
February 17, 2022
(online)
Peter Hearnshaw (University College London) Analyticity of the density matrix
March 31, 2022
(Mondi 2, I01.01.008)
Martijn Caspers (TU Delft)Quantum Markov semi-groups and approximation/rigidity of von Neumann algebras
March 31, 2022
(Mondi 2, I01.01.008)
Matthijs Vernooij (TU Delft)On the existence of derivations as square roots of generators of state-symmetric quantum Markov semigroups
April 27, 2022
(IST Austria, I21.EG.101) *2pm
Budapest-Vienna Probability Seminar: Herbert Spohn (TU München)Budapest-Vienna Probability Seminar
May 05, 2022
(Mondi 2, I01.01.008)
Marie Fialová (ISTA) Aharonov-Casher theorem on manifolds with boundary
May 12, 2022
(Mondi 2, I01.01.008)
Roland Donninger (University of Vienna)Optimal Blowup Stability for Wave Maps
June 02, 2022
(Mondi 2, I01.01.008)
Steffen Polzer (University of Geneva)Lower bound for the effective mass of the Polaron
July 7, 2022
(Mondi 2, I01.01.008)
Cambyse Rouzé (TUM)Thermalization of quantum spin chains: an entropic perspective
July 21, 2022
(IST Austria, I21.EG.101)
Hao Zhang (Université de Franche-Comté)
July 21, 2022
(IST Austria, I21.EG.101)
Runlian Xia (University of Glasgow)