Seminars in 2020

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Tidal effect on scalar cloud Day 08 Taishi Ikeda, IST-Lisbon
Spontaneous Scalarization in general Scalar-Vector-Tensor theory Day 21 Tomohiro Nakamura - Nagoya University, Japan
Quasinormal modes of neutron stars in R^2 gravity Day 28 Jose Blázquez-Salcedo, Oldenburg U., Germany
Introduction into Machine Learning using Artificial Neural Networks Day 29 Evgeny Lakshtanov - Departamento de Matemática, Universidade de Aveiro
Moving black holes: Energy extraction, absorption cross-section, and the ring of fire Day 05
How to navigate between several multivariate statistical techniques to reach the right port in Health Metrics: Application of the mixture item response theory model to the Self-Administered Food Secur Day 06 Milton Severo - Departamento Ciências da Saúde Pública e Forenses, e Educação Médica, Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade do Porto e Unidade de Investigação em Epidemiologia (EPIUnit), Universidade
Coupled systems of Hammerstein-type integral equations with sign-changing kernels on bounded and unbounded intervals Day 12 Feliz Minhós - Departamento de Matemática, Escola de Ciências e Tecnologia & CIMA Universidade de Évora
Existência de soluções fortes T-periódicas para um sistema magneto-elástico Day 21 Nilde Frederico (Universidade Federal do Ceará, Campus de Russas, Brasil)
Calculus of variations for generalized functions Day 21 Gastão S. F. Frederico (Universidade Federal do Ceará, Campus de Russas, Brasil)
Unveiling the effects of individual variation in epidemiology, ecology and evolution Day 26 Gabriela Gomes - Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, United Kingdom, and Centro de Matemática da Universidade do Porto, Portugal
Deep learning for Collider Phenomenology Day 26 Felipe Freitas - Gr@v, U. Aveiro
Influence of mutation rates on phenotypically-structured populations in time-periodic environment Day 28 Cécile Carrère - Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência
Finite difference methods for ultra-slow diffusive models Day 04 Luísa Morgado - Department of Mathematics, School of Science and Technology, UTAD
Stationary black holes and light rings Day 01 Pedro Cunha (AEI, Germany)
Gravitational footprints of massive neutrinos and lepton number breaking Day 08 António Morais (UA)
Hybrid metric-Palatini gravity: applications to cosmology and astrophysics Day 15 João Luis Rosa (IST-Lisbon)
Gravitational Waves From Inflaton Decays Day 22 Da Huang (U. Aveiro and U. Lisbon)
Rotating vacuum in TMST: Solitons and Hairy Black Holes Day 29 Lucas Collodel (U. Oldenburg, Germany)
Minimizing epidemic duration and size by using limited resources: an optimal control approach Day 29 Rossella Della Marca - University of Parma, Italy
Can electromagnetic interaction revive (collisional) Penrose process? Day 05 Filip Hejda (IST-Lisbon)
A new convolution and product theorem for the offset linear canonical transform Day 08 Anabela Silva (CIDMA & University of Aveiro)
Observational signatures from supermassive black hole mimickers Day 19 Hector Olivares (Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands)
Controlled synchronization in complex networks of dynamical systems applied to a panic model Day 19 Guillaume Cantin (Laboratoire de Mathématiques Appliquées, Le Havre, Normandie, France)
Dirac QNMs on asymptotically anti-de Sitter spacetimes with Robin boundary conditions Day 24 Mengjie Wang (Aveiro U. and Hunan Normal U., China)
Nonlinear cross-diffusion models and applications Day 29 Adérito Araújo (CMUC & University of Coimbra)
Modelos conjuntos para dados longitudinais e de sobrevivência Day 15 Inês Sousa (Departamento de Matemática e Aplicações e Centro de Matemática da Universidade do Minho)
The gravitational spin Hall effect of light Day 17 Marius Oancea, Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics (Albert Einstein Institute), Potsdam, Germany
Supersymmetric traversable wormholes Day 16 Andres Anabalon (Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez, Chile)
Harnack inequality for nonlinear pdes Day 30 Eurica Henriques ( Dep. Matemática - UTAD; CMAT- Polo CMAT-UTAD)
How algebraic is the dual of Priestley? Day 02 Dirk Hofmann (CIDMA, Department of Mathematics, University of Aveiro)
Quaternionic Volterra operators and P-triangular operators Day 14 Uwe Kahler (Dep. Matemática & CIDMA, UA)
How algebraic is the dual of Priestley (part II) Day 14 Dirk Hofmann (CIDMA, Department of Mathematics, University of Aveiro)
Exploding neutron stars: understanding the role of pasta phases Day 21 Ivo Sengo (U. Aveiro)
Numerical Analysis of Wave-Parabolic Systems with Application to Drug Delivery Day 28 Daniela Jordão - Universidade de Coimbra, CMUC
Black Holes Lessons from Multipole Ratios: A New Window into Black Holes Day 04 Iosif Bena (Université Paris Saclay)
A Novel Paradigm for Bilevel Sweeping Control Problems Day 04 Nathalie T. Khalil (SYSTEC, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Porto University)
Kerr (smooth) deviations and Symmetries Day 11 Georgios O. Papadopoulos
The Gross-Siebert program in Mirror Symmetry Day 16 Evgeny Goncharov (University of Cambridge)
Core-collapse of fast rotators in the early universe Day 18 Koh Takahashi (Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics)
On a singular integral operator with non-Carleman shift and conjugation Day 24 Rui Marreiros (Dep. de Matemática, Universidade do Algarve & CEAFEL, Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa)
Estimation in the behavioral approach Day 25 Ricardo Pereira (CIDMA, Department of Mathematics, University of Aveiro)
Echoes of quantum black holes from Kerr/CFT Day 02 Ramit Dey
Stellar compact mergers as progenitors of short-gamma ray bursts Day 09 Milton Ruiz Meneses (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
(Generalized) Grey Brownian Motion: Properties and Applications Day 11 José Luís da Silva - Universidade da Madeira, Funchal, Madeira, Portugal
Most MOTS Day 16 Prof. Ivan Booth (Memorial University of Newfoundland)
Previsão do número de consultas: uma comparação de modelos estatísticos preditivos por partições aleatórias de um ficheiro de utentes numa USF Day 16 Pedro Rebelo (USF Aveiro Aradas, ACeS Baixo Vouga)
White box instead of black: distilling interpretable mathematical models using machine learning Day 18 Dmitry Spelnikov (Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute, Russia)
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