Events and guest talks
- December 7, 2020. Balázs Kovács, University of Regensburg
- November 18, 2019. Bernd Krauskopf, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Excitability and feedback: to pulse or not to pulse?
- October 22, 2019. Alain Goriely, University of Oxford
On the shape of gravitating planets
- October 16, 2019. László Székelyhidi, Universität Leipzig, Germany
Rigid surfaces from Euclid to Nash and how to bend them.
- October 16, 2019. Uriel Frisch, CNRS, France
Leonardo da Vinci, Tódor Kármán and many more: the decay of turbulence.
- June 27, 2019. Boris Khesin, Department of Mathematics, University of Toronto, Toronto
- April 29, 2019. Denis Weaire FRS, Trinity College, Dublin
- April 13, 2019. Douglas J. Jerolmack, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Ferenc Kun, University of Debrecen, Debrecen
- December 12, 2018. Sir Michael Berry, University of Bristol
- May 16, 2018. Bernd Krauskopf, University of Auckland, New Zealand
- May 6, 2018. Snorre H. Christiansen, Oslo University, Norway
Finite element complexes for the Stokes equation
- March 26, 2018. Duccio Bertoni, Università di Pisa, Italy
Shape evolution of marked pebbles on a coarse-clastic beach: implications for coastal morphodynamics
- Februrary 6, 2018. Daniel Barreto, Edinburgh Napier University, Scotland
Contact force entropy coordinates – Their relationship with critical states and shearing resistance
- November 13, 2017. Rocky S. Taylor, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada
Morphodynamics of sea ice: exploring morphological evolution of ice rubble and ridges during the seasonal life cycle of deformed first-year sea ice
- October 2, 2017. László Székelyhidi, Universität Leipzig, Germany
Rigid surfaces and how Nash bent them
Applied Mathematics Without Borders
BME Applied Mathematics Days will take place on 5-6 September, 2022 with the participation of several guests from all over the world.
BME Applied Mathematics Day 2022.
Marjorie Senechal gives a talk “Penrose tilings and the Imagination” at BME Applied Mathematics Day 2022. Date and location: April 20th, 15:00, BME „K” building, 3rd floor, room K350.
Guest lecture: Bernd Krauskopf
Our guest lecturer Bernd Krasukopf gives a talk at 4pm, November 18, 2019 at the Department of Physics with the title: ‘Excitability and feedback: to pulse or not to pulse?’.
Guest lecture: Alain Goriely
Our guest lecturer Alain Goriely gave us his talk titled ‘On the shape of gravitating planets’.
The geometry of turbulence, Applied Mathematics Day 2019
László Székelyhidi and Uriel Frisch are going to give lectures on the geometry of turbulence.
Guest lecturer: Boris A. Khesin
Our guest lecturer Boris A. Khesin gave us his talk titled ‘Integrability of pentagram maps and KdV hierarchies’.
Applied Mathematics Day 2019.
Denis Weaire is going to give a lecture titled
Contributors: Douglas J. Jerolmack and Ferenc Kun
Douglas J. Jerolmack and Ferenc Kun attended our seminar on 13th April, 2019.
Guest: Michel Potier-Ferry
Our guest Michel Potier-Ferry from University of Lorraine, France was a Reviewer and Member of the Doctoral committee at the PhD defense of Eszter Fehér.
Guest lecturer: Sir Michael Berry
Sir Michael Berry is going to give a lecture on 12th December 2018., at BME room K134 with a title of ‘Nature’s optics and our understanding of light’.
Guest lecturer: Bernd Krauskopf
Our guest lecturer Bernd Krauskopf gave us his talk titled ‘Computing global invariant manifolds as a sequence of geodesic level sets’.
Guest lecturer: Snorre H. Christiansen
Our guest lecturer Snorre H. Christiansen gave us his talk titled ‘Finite element complexes for the Stokes equation’.
Guest lecturer: Daniel Barreto
Our guest lecturer Daniel Barreto from Edinburgh Napier University gave us his talk titled ‘Contact force entropy coordinates – Their relationship with critical states and shearing resistance’.
Guest lecturer: Rocky Taylor
Our guest lecturer Rocky Taylor from Memorial University of Newfoundland gave us a talk about the morphodynamics of sea ice: ‘Morphodynamics of sea ice: exploring morphological evolution of ice rubble and ridges during the seasonal life cycle of deformed first-year sea ice.’
Guest lecturer: László Székelyhidi
Our guest lecturer László Székelyhidi from Universität Leipzig gave us a talk on the 2nd of October 2017 with the title ‘Rigid surfaces and how Nash bent them’.