This year, Koç University will be hosting its first ever international Maths Week! In collaboration with Bristol University in England, we will be running a series of academic talks every evening on the week of 22nd November. The talks will be held online via Zoom platform and will cover a variety of topics, delivered by lecturers from both universities.
There’s something for everyone in Maths Week and it’s an opportunity to see how maths is taught in another part of the world, as well as to enjoy talks from some of favorite lecturers from Koç and Bristol University. See the schedule below.
Please do not forget to register to Maths Week Event via the following form! Also, you can join our whatsapp group below to keep updated.
Monday 22nd at 21.00 - Broadcasting in random networks (Ayalvadi Ganesh) & Stochastic Optimisation (Mathieu Gerber)
Tuesday 23rd at 20.30 - Prime counting functions and combinatorics (Emre Alkan)
Tuesday 23rd at 21.30 - Dynamical systems, randomness and baking (Thomas Jordan)
Wednesday 24th at 21.30 - Infinite abelian groups with weird properties (Jeremy Rickard)
Thursday 25th at 21.00 - Where to find arithmetic progressions? (Asgar Jamneshan)
Friday 26th at 21.00 - Development of differential equations (Varga Kalantarov)
Event links to follow!