Mathematical Colloquium
The Mathematical Colloquium takes place on Wednesdays from 11.0012.00h
in the Huygensgebouw (Heyendaalseweg 135, consult the
campus map)
of the Radboud University Nijmegen.
There is coffee and tea in front of the lecture room from 10:45h.
Spring 2009
 May 27, 2009 (HG00.062):
Pieter Naaijkens (RU)
Topological quantum computing and modular categories
 April 22, 2009 (HG00.062):
Mai Gehrke (RU)
Fuzzy methods: Is there any good mathematics in it?
 March 18, 2009 (HG00.062):
Mourad Ismail (University of Central Florida, Orlando and King Saud University,
Riyadh)
Freud Weights and their qanalogues
 March 11, 2009 (HG00.062):
Bert Kappen (RU)
The uncertainty of AI
 March 4, 2009 (HG00.062):
Stefaan Vaes (KU Leuven)
Infinite groups, actions on the interval [0,1] and von Neumann algebras
 February 25, 2009 (HG00.062):
George Khimshiashvili (Tbilisi)
Cyclic polygons as critical points of the area function
 February 11, 2009 (HG00.062):
Sabir GuseinZade (Moscow State University)
Poincare series of multiindex filtrations and their generalizations
Autumn 2008
 January 13, 2009 (HFML0220):
Frank Redig (Universiteit Leiden)
Abelian sandpiles: rigorous results
 January 12, 2009 (HG00.308):
Alexander Gnedin (Universiteit Utrecht)
Species sampling models derived from Lévy processes
 January 7, 2009 (HG00.307):
Gerard 't Hooft (Universiteit Utrecht)
The CKM Matrix: a Question of Flavor
 December 17, 2008 (HG00.071):
Ruben van den Brink (RU)
The Marriage Theorem
 December 10, 2008 (HG00.071):
Gert Heckman (RU)
The prime number theorem after Tchebycheff
 December 9, 2008 (HG02.032):
Nguyen Van Chau (Hanoi Institute of Mathematics)
Plane Jacobian conjecture for rational polynoials
 November 26, 2008 (HG00.071):
Henk Hollmann (Philips Research Laboratories)
Linear recurring sequence subgroups and automorphisms of cyclic codes
 November 12, 2008 (HG00.071):
Hans Heesterbeek (Universiteit Utrecht)
Mathematics against infectious diseases
 October 8, 2008 (HG00.071):
Rob van der Waall (Universiteit van Amsterdam)
Life and Work of the (finite) group theorist John Griggs Thompson,
Abel Prize winner 2008
 October 1, 2008 (HG00.071):
JeanPhilippe Furter (Université de La Rochelle)
The group of polynomial automorphisms as an infinite dimensional
algebraic variety.
