The Mathematical Colloquium is a seminar series at the Department of Mathematics that addresses a broad mathematical audience. All interested are welcome.

For more information see our Swedish page.

The Mathematical Colloquium is a seminar series at the Department of Mathematics that addresses a broad mathematical audience. All interested are welcome.

For more information see our Swedish page.

Get the schedule for the Mathematical Colloquium in your smartphone

**Using iCloud**

This assumes that you have an iPhone/iPad configured for syncing with iCloud. You need a Mac computer for the initial setup. Start iCal on the computer, and select the menu item Calendars/Subscribe. Copy and paste the following address into the popup window and click OK:

^{https://www.google.com/calendar/ical/jj1nli5ucipr8no1mitkgolh4k%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic.ics}

Another window appears where you should choose "add to iCloud" (as suggested) and set it to check for updates once a day (for example). You might need to explicitly choose to show the calendar "Colloquium MAI" in your calendar app on the phone (or iCal on the computer) in order for the events to be displayed.

**Using a Google account**

This assumes that you have a Google account and that your calendar app is configured to sync with it. In a web browser, go to Google Calendar (and log in to your account if not already logged in). On the left side on the screen there is a textbox Add a friend's calendar. Copy and paste the following into that textbox:

^{jj1nli5ucipr8no1mitkgolh4k@group.calendar.google.com}

You might need to explicitly choose to show the calendar "Colloquium MAI" in your calendar app on the phone in order for the events to be displayed.

**Other**

The seminars in Computational Mathematics are organised by the Department of Mathematics.

The aim of the seminars is to obtain knowledge about interesting mathematical application problems. We invite people from different companies and university institutions to discuss problems and technical challenges they have in their operations.

The seminars are organised by the Department of Mathematics and form part of the seminar series "Seminars in Statistics and Mathematical Statistics". The topic is probability theory, random processes, statistical theory, and applied statistics.

The seminars are informal gatherings to exchange research ideas on optimization theory, algorithms, problems and applications. Organised by the Department of Mathematics.

The department conducts research in computational mathematics, mathematics and applied mathematics, mathematical statistics, and optimization. We provide courses to students in most degree programmes in mathematics, science and engineering.

The Division of Analysis and Mathematics Education conducts both interdisciplinary and applied research in various branches of analysis and didactics of mathematics.

Our research focuses on a number of different subject areas such as algebra, geometry, topology, dynamic systems, combinatorics and graph theory. The division consists of about twenty teachers, researchers and doctoral students.