List of online mathematics research seminars
With face-to-face teaching suspended, researchers try to stay connected by online seminars. The Simons Collaboration on Arithmetic Geometry, Number Theory, and Computation maintains a calendar view of many upcoming talks.
Below is a list of such seminars pointed out to us by EWM members. We focus on European-based seminars and selected US-based seminars as pointed out to us by our members. For more seminar lists, see the links below. If you know of any other such seminars, please write to us on ewm.website _at_ gmail.com. If you wish to attend a locally organized seminar, i.e. without the “one world”-tag, please be aware of limited hosting capacities of many organizers, and contact them beforehand.
Algebra, Topology, Number Theory, Algebraic Geometry
- Online Algebraic Topology Seminar. Organizers (presumably): N. Taggart (Belfast), D. Barnes (Belfast).
- Several (mostly US-hosted) seminars are in this list.
- Edinburgh Geometry Seminar (EDGE). Various dates. See instructions. Organizer: F. Carocci.
- Nottingham Algebraic Geometry Seminar. Tue, Thu, mornings. See instructions. Organizers: A. Kasprzyk and J. Hofscheier.
- MPI Nonlinear Algebra Seminar (NOSA). Tue, Thu 5-7pm CEST. See instructions. Organizers: A. Heaton, M.-S. Sorea and B. Sturmfels
- Western hemisphere virtual symplectic seminar. various times in the afternoon. Several organizers across the Atlantic, see homepage.
- Virtual seminar on algebraic matroids and rigidity theory. Thu afternoon. Organizer: D. Bernstein (MIT).
Analysis, PDE, Integrable systems
- One World PDE seminar. Organizers: M. Musso (Bath), A. Pistoia (Rome), M. Wheeler (Bath). 2 talks/week.
- Waves in One World. Wed 4-6pm CEST. Organizers: D. Radliff (Loughborough), P. Mielewski (Bath).
- PUC-Rio webinar on Analysis and PDEs. Organizers: ?
- PDE Seminar via Zoom. Organizer: Q-H. Nguyen (Shanghai Tech). 3 talks in a row.
- Virtual Integrable Systems Seminar. Organizer: Ian Strachan, University of Glasgow.
- Lisbon Webinar in Analysis and Differential Equations (WADE). Organizer: H. Tavares, J. Kennedy, N. Van Goethem.
- google calendar of General Relativity Seminars (Berlin time)
- Western Hemisphere Colloquium on Geometry and Physics (whcgp)
Probability Theory, Stochastic Analysis, Mathematical Physics, Combinatorics, Statistics
- One World Probability Seminar. Organizers: L. Doering (Mannheim), A. Kyprianou (Bath). 2 talks/week.
- One World Mathematical Game Theory Seminar. Mo 3pm CEST. Organizers: Gamenet (EU consortium).
- Oxford Discrete Mathematics and Probability Seminar. Organizers: C. Goldschmidt, A. Scott. 2 talks/week.
- ABC World seminar. Organizers: Mainly University of Warwick Statistics Department
- Bachelier Finance Society One World Seminars. Organizers: Bachelier Finance Society
- SIAG/FME Virtual Seminars Series. Organizers: SIAM activity group on financial mathematics
Scientific computing, Data Science, Optimization
- One World Seminar: Mathematics of Information, Data and Signals (MINDS). Thu 8.30pm CET. Organizers in Europe: F. Krahmer (TUM).
- One World Seminar Mathematical Methods for Arbitrary Data Sources (MADS). Starts Monday 2pm CEST. Several European organizers, see homepage.
- One World Optimization Seminar. Mo 3pm CEST. Organizers: R. Boț (Vienna), S. Sabach (Technion), M. Staudigl (Maastricht).
- Images and Inverse Problems (IMAGINE). Wed, 4pm CEST. Organizers in Europe: E. Bonnetier, (Grenoble), L. Calatroni, (CNRS), C-B. Schönlieb (Cambridge).
- Stochastic Numerics and Inverse Problems, ICMS One World Virtual Seminar Series
More online seminar lists
UK based, time in BST (GMT+1)
- ICMS online seminars, various topics
Mainly US based, time zone not always immediately clear):
- Dan Isaksen’s list at Wayne
- Terry Tao’s list
- Selected seminars as google calendar view
- Simons Collaboration calendar view
- Aram Dermenjian’s algebraic combinatorics list.
Virtual Conferences 2020
Virtual summer schools, open to all (registration needed! please check site!)
- May 18-21: Online Open Probability School
- May 18-22: Ergodic Theory with Applications to Continued Fractions