Stochastic Processes, Geometry, Flows
Welcome! We are the new open and question-friendly seminar about mathematics called "Sto(chastic )Proc(esses, )G(eometry, )Flows". Our seminar is the place to share the knowledge, discuss peculiar stuff in mathematics and learn from each other.
It is not (fully) a research seminar, since we discuss not only the papers, cutting-edge research, but also some classic topics which are just useful for our everyday work. Why not to discuss the ideas with others if you study something? Do not forget though about real research talks which are also a part of the seminar.
It is not (fully) an educational seminar (like a course or something), since we are not aimed at very classic subjects of first 2-3 years of (applied) maths. Evidently, no one needs yet another course on Linear Algebra or Calculus 2. Instead, we are discussing the concepts which may be already widely known and yet are quite far from "university classics engraved in textbooks". The topic also depicts the main interests of this seminar: Stochastic Processes, Geometry, Flows and Dynamical Systems, Functional Calculus and Operator Theory, Optimal Transport and Statistics.
So, give us a topic you want to know about or just hang out nearby for interesting discussions. We greatly encourage you to give a talk and will provide you with all necessary help and equipment. If you would like to deliver a talk, see Contacts for the details. Anyway, we'll gladly see you in the audience or near the whiteboard.
Stochastic processes, Geometry, Dynamical Systems, Functional Calculus, SDE, Optimal Transport, Statistics
The community is managed through the discord, where we have various chats, archives, streams and links. To get the invite, write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We also (will)have a YouTube page with the archived streams and events (HREF).
Schedule, Time and Place
The time and place are yet TBA. Generally, we meet offline with a streaming available, the archives can be also found on YouTube (HREF). The talks take no more than two hours usually, either with a board, or a presentation. Sometimes we may have a speaker online, if you are one, you are greatly welcome as well. We also recommend speakers to send some materials like abstract, drafts and notes before the day so that we could discuss the content, if you would like to have some feedback. Working language by default is English due to the reasons of going global but speakers are free to set the things otherwise if desired.
Use the discord, it is a way full of fun to make business and have discussions:) In case you are new here, you might be interesting in other contacts.
Max Kaledin (tech stuff, invites, talk proposals): email@example.com, TG @XuMuK_MK
Daria Demidova (invites, talk proposals, archives): HREF
Archive of Talks