DAMTP/CMS Seminar Series
The Department uses talks.cam to store information about events and seminars. The relevant series with scheduled talks are:
 Centre for Mathematical Sciences
 Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics
 Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics
 Applied and Computational Analysis
 Applied and Computational Analysis Graduate Seminar
 CMS Colloquia
 CQC Blackboard Talk
 CQC Seminar
 CQIF Seminar
 Cosmology lunch
 DAMTP Astrophysics Seminar
 DAMTP BioLunch
 DAMTP Friday GR Seminar
 DAMTP Jubilee Celebration
 DAMTP atmosphereocean
 Dirac Lecture
 Fluid Mechanics (DAMTP)
 Geophysical and Environmental Processes (DAMTP/BPI)
 HEP phenomenology joint CavendishDAMTP seminar
 Lattice field theory informal seminars
 Mathematical Physics Seminar
 Mechanics (DAMTP)
 Mechanics and Mathematical Biology (DAMTP)
 Quantum Fields and Strings Seminars
 Thursday Seminars on Theoretical Geophysics (DAMTP)
 Tuesday Seminars on Theoretical Geophysics (ITG, DAMTP)
 Wednesday HEPGR Colloquium
For other seminars at CMS:
Additionally, there is a talks.cam series which aggregates all of the above, to show all seminars at the CMS.
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 Applied and Computational Analysis

Tomorrow 15:00
Explorative 3D imaging
Joost Batenburg (CWI, Amsterdam)
Applied and Computational AnalysisThursday February 7 15:00
Image denoising: the man machine contest
JeanMichel Morel (Ecole Normale SupĂ©rieure ParisSaclay)
Applied and Computational AnalysisThursday February 28 15:00
TBC
Riccardo Cristoferi, HeriotWatt University
Applied and Computational AnalysisThursday May 9 15:00
Numerical homogenisation
Ralf Kornhuber (Freie Universitaet Berlin)
Applied and Computational AnalysisThursday June 20 15:00
TBC
Jeff Calder (University of Minnesota)
Applied and Computational Analysis