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Geometry, Dynamics and Mechanics Seminar

GDMSeminar: A series of online seminars aiming at maintaining and reinforcing collaboration and connection among researchers working in the broad field of Geometry, Dynamics and Mechanics.
 

Previous GDMSeminars (list, abstracts, recordings)
 

Upcoming GDMSeminars
Usually at 15 GMT in summer and at 16 GMT in winter.
However, on May 11, May 25 and June 8, 2021, seminars will begin at 15:15 GMT

 

  • Tuesday, May 11, 2021, 15:15 GMT
    Alain Chenciner (Observatoire de Paris)
    ABC
    Abstract
    Zoom ID: 821 5201 4294
    Zoom Password: 844438
    15:15 GMT = 08:15 Los Angeles,  10:15 Mexico City,  11:15 New York, 12:15 Rio de Janeiro, 16:15 London, 17:15  Rome, 18:15 Moscow, 20:45  Delhi,  23:15 Beijing,  01:15 Sydney

 

  • Tuesday, May 25, 2021, 15:15 GMT
    Klas Modin (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden)
    TBA
    15:15 GMT = 08:15 Los Angeles,  10:15 Mexico City,  11:15 New York, 12:15 Rio de Janeiro, 16:15 London, 17:15  Rome, 18:15 Moscow, 20:45 Delhi,  23:15 Beijing,  01:15 Sydney
     
     
  • Tuesday, June 8, 2021, 15:15 GMT
    TBA
    15:15 GMT = 08:15 Los Angeles,  10:15 Mexico City,  11:15 New York, 12:15 Rio de Janeiro, 16:15 London, 17:15  Rome, 18:15 Moscow, 20:45 Delhi,  23:15 Beijing,  01:15 Sydney

 

  • Tuesday, June 22, 2021, 15:00 GMT
    James Montaldi (University of Manchester)
    TBA

     

  • Tuesday, July 6, 2021, 15:00 GMT
    TBA

     

  • Tuesday, July 20, 2021, 15:00 GMT
    TBA

     

  • Tuesday, August 3, 2021, 15:00 GMT
    TBA
 
 
 

Info

  • Seminars are broadcasted via Zoom.
  • Zoom ID and password will be posted here, and sent to registered participants, about 24 hours before each seminar.
  • The Zoom Meeting Room will open 15 minutes before the beginning of the seminar for socialization.
  • Most seminars will be recorded.

For more information see Info
 

Registration

 


Organizers:  Paula Balseiro (UFF),  Francesco Fassò (Padova), Luis García-Naranjo (Padova), David Iglesias-Ponte (La Laguna), Tudor Ratiu (Shanghai), Nicola Sansonetto (Verona).

For info, requests and suggestions write us at GDMSeminar@math.unipd.it