Courses of the Doctoral Programme in Mathematics and Applications
The Doctoral Programme in Mathematics and Applications offers a variety of modules. Some of the modules can be validated at any time, others belong to specific semesters.
The list of current courses with links to registration are on Moodle (restricted access).
Courses that can be taken at any time
External Mathematics Course (validation of a course/school taken abroad)
Mathematical Horizon (validation of mathematics talks covering a broad range of subjects)
Innovative Mathematics Teaching (validation of an innovative teaching experience)
Mathematics Paper Writing Training (validation of highly specialised training on subject specific research paper writing)
Mathematics Presentation Training (validation of highly specialised training on subject specific research research presentation skills)
Mathematics Outreach Activity (validation of a science communication activity for a non-academic public)
Winter Term 2017 (current)
PhD Seminar (as block seminar during `Away Days')
Seminar in Functional equations and related areas
Seminars in Number Theory
Probability Seminar
Working seminar on Graph complexes and Deformation Quantization
Algebra, Geometry and Quantization
Geometry and topology seminar
Reading group in geometry
Reading group on random walks on symmetric spaces
Reading group in probability: Nodal lines and percolation
Summer Term 2017
PhD Seminar
Interdisciplinary Seminar
Seminar in Functional equations and related areas
Seminars in Number Theory
Probability Seminar
Working seminar on Graph complexes and Deformation Quantization
Algebra, Geometry and Quantization
Geometry and topology seminar
Reading group in geometry
Seminar in Algebraic Topology, Geometry, and Physics
Reading Course "Handbook of Writing for the Mathematical Sciences"
Integrable Systems with attention to Sympletic and Poisson structures and Hamiltonian reduction (mini-course)
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