PhD Seminar

organized by Oleksiy Sukaylo (e_mail) and Julian Wendt (e_mail).

There is a weekly Seminar mainly intended to PhD Studends of our faculty of mathematics.

On Mondays from 12.15 to 1.15 p.m. online on Zoom

This seminar is there to present different research areas and to animate the doctoral life. The given talks should explain basic ideas of the achieved work avoiding complex details but communicating main intensions of the doctoral research to other students. Feel free to give a talk and join us. We also very welcome master students and postdocs who are interested to join.

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Programme for the winter semester 2020/21

This semester the PhD seminar will be held online via Zoom. All you need is a computer with internet connection and the Zoom link with password. Please make sure that you have subscribed to the mailing list, since we will send the link and the password of the Zoom meeting via e-mail.

Mo, 09.11.20
12:15 p.m. M.Sc. Julian Wendt (Stochastics)
"The Maximum Principle and Controlled Diffusion"   abstract
Mo, 23.11.20
12:15 p.m. M.Sc. Stefan Perko (Stochastics)
"Optimal Control of Stochastic Modified Equations - An Introduction using SGD"   abstract
Mo, 07.12.20
12:15 p.m. M.Sc. Benedikt Heiland (Stochastics)
"Risk-neutral pricing in rough volatility models"   abstract
Mo, 11.01.21
12:15 p.m. M.Sc. Benjamin Böhm (Theoretical Computer Science)
"Connections between theoretical and algorithmic Proof Systems"   abstract
Mo, 25.01.21
12:15 p.m. M.Sc. Jakob Henkel (Differential Geometry)
"SL(n)-equivariant Valuations on convex Bodies"   abstract

Programme for past semesters