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2023.12.01. 09:15 Tim Mathies (Hamburg) Classification of complex 2D magnetic ground states using unsupervised contrastive learning Szeminárium
2017.04.25. 14:00 Tim Healey (Dept. Mathematics, Cornell University) Global symmetry-breaking bifurcation in a model for 2-phase lipid-bilayer vesicles - analysis and computation
2024.04.19. 08:15 Tibor Rakovszky (Stanford) The dissipation-assisted approach to quantum transport: extensions and new results Szeminárium
2024.01.09. 13:15 Tibor Rakovszky (Stanford) Defining stable phases of open quantum systems Szeminárium
2021.11.22. 09:15 Thomas Kanne (Niels. Bohr Institute, Coppenhagen) Novel trends in growth of wires Szeminárium
2024.05.07. 10:30 Thomas Breuer On Frobenius graphs of diameter 3 for finite groups Szeminárium
2018.12.19. 14:15 Terlaki Tamás-Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA Six Decades of Interior Point Methods: From Periphery to Glory
2022.11.15. 17:15 Telek Máté László (Copenhagen Univ.) (Dis)connectivity of the parameter region of multistationarity in reaction networks Szeminárium
2021.04.01. 14:15 Telcs András Dimensional Causal discovery Szeminárium
2023.03.21. 17:15 TD Nguyen (Texas A&M University) Prevalence of multistationarity and absolute concentration robustness in reaction networks Szeminárium