DAMTP/CMS Seminar Series

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Seminar given at CMS Seminar given at CMS
[DAMTP Seminars RSS feed] DAMTP Seminars

Tuesday September 2 15:00

Convex relaxation of a class of vertex penalizing functionals
Thomas Pock (Graz University of Technology)
Applied and Computational Analysis

Friday September 19 16:00

State-of-the-Art Tests of Lepton Number Violation and Seesaw Mechanisms
Richard Ruiz (Pittsburgh)
HEP phenomenology joint Cavendish-DAMTP seminar

Monday October 13 16:00

Title to be confirmed
Dr. Thomas Gastine (Max Planck)
DAMTP Astrophysics Seminar

Tuesday October 14 13:00

Title to be confirmed
Jean Teyssandier (IAP/Oxford/DAMTP)
Informal Lunch Seminars in AFD

Wednesday October 15 14:15

Title to be confirmed
Hermann Nicolai (AEI - Potsdam)
Wednesday HEP-GR Colloquium

[Other Seminars at CMS RSS feed] Other Seminars at CMS

Tomorrow 14:00

Cooperation, cheating and collapse in microbial populations
Gore, J (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Isaac Newton Institute Seminar Series

Tomorrow 15:00

Chaos in biology: Experiments, implications and mathematical tools
Ruiz-Herrera, A (University of Szeged)
Isaac Newton Institute Seminar Series

Friday August 22 09:00

Network structure and central clearing in the CDS market
Vuillemey, V (Sciences-Po)
Isaac Newton Institute Seminar Series