June 15-18, 2021
July 1-2, 2019
Workshop venue: The building of the Institute of Mathematics and Statistics, J. Liivi 2, Tartu
Supported by: Nordplus Higher Education 2018 project "Network FinEng/2018"
9:00-9:20 Registration (Liivi 2 - 403)
Session 1 Chair: Kalev Pärna
9:30 Anatoliy Malyarenko (MU), Tensor-Valued Random Fields for Continuum Physics
10:00 Sergei Silvestrov (MU), Hom-algebra structures, twisted discretised derivatives and vector fields
10:30 Ene-Margit Tiit (UT), On use of registers in population models
11:00 Coffee break
11:30 Priit Lätt, Viktor Abramov (UT), 3-Lie Superalgebras
12:00 Martynas Manstavičius, Gediminas Bagdonas (VU), Certain transformations of bivariate independence copula
12:30-14 Lunch (downtown)
Session 2 Chair: Viktor Abramov
14:00 Merli Mändul (UT), Combining parental phenotypes and offspring genotypes in survival models: how to do it correctly?
14:30 Ülo Reimaa (UT), Making modules firm
15:00 Mohammad Jamsher Ali, Kalev Pärna (UT) Ruin probability for correlated risk processes
15:30 Coffee break
16:00 Kristo Väljako (UT), Monomorphisms in the Category of Firm Modules
16:30 Rasmus Erlemann (NTNU), Algorithm for Simulating from Conditional Distributions
17:00-17:30 Round-table "Nordplus cooperation"
19-21 Joint dinner (optional)
9:00 - 15 Out-door event (Excursion to Peipsi Lake)
Dinner in Alatskivi Castle
June 26-29, 2018
Venue: Dorpat Convention Centre, Turu 2, Tartu
The Nordic Conference in Mathematical Statistics is a biennial conference organized by the Nordic statistical societies.
28 June - 1 July 2016
1 - 4 June, 2016
The 10th International Conference on Clifford Algebras and their Applications (ICCA10) will take place on August 4–9, 2014 at the University of Tartu, Estonia.
The aim of the ICCA10 is to bring together the leading scientists in the field of Clifford algebras and geometry and their various applications in mathematics, physics, engineering and other applied sciences. We invite you to participate in the exchange of the latest results in research and application.
The conference program consists of plenary lectures (ca. 55 minutes), contributed talks (ca. 30 minutes) in parallel sessions, a poster session, and workshops. Workshops differ from ordinary sessions in that each workshop may have its own way of organization that may differ from the rest of the conference (submission dates, publication of proceedings, requirement of paper submission, etc.). The (yet incomplete) list of workshops can be seen on the Workshops page.
25-27 August, 2013
The international conference on Optimization and Analysis of Structures dedicated to the aims at gathering experts in the fields of Solid Mechanics, Fracture Mechanics, Material Science, also Applied Mathematics and the Theory of Optimization.
September 1-6, 2013
August 18-22, 2013
International summer school for PhD and MSc students, postdocs, faculty
Location: Voore Guesthouse, Estonia