Parallel sessions C

Wednesday January 5th 2022, at 10:30-12:00 AM

The Zoom links to the sessions will be sent to registered participants on Monday, January 3rd 2022. There is one Zoom link for each original auditorium. The Zoom links are open 10:00-17:30 on both conference days, and during coffee and lunch breaks the participants can discuss in Zoom.

15 Analytic Number Theory
Auditorium A2a
Joni Teräväinen
Olli järviniemi: Composite values of shifted exponentials
Jesse Jääsaari: On fundamental Fourier coefficients of Siegel cusp forms of degree 2
Yu-Chen Sun: On the short interval version of  the L_1 norm of the exponential sum defined with the Mobius function
16 Symbolic Dynamics 1: Undecidability
Auditorium A2b
Jarkko Kari
Markus Whiteland: Some decidable properties of discrete time linear dynamical systems
Ilkka Törmä: Countable shift spaces
Ville Salo: Natural groups with undecidable conjugacy problem
17 Geometric Analysis and PDEs 1
Auditorium A3
Ekaterina Mukoseeva
Damian Dąbrowski: Vitushkin’s conjecture and sets with plenty of big projections
Yawen Feng: Second order regularity of solutions to parabolic p-Laplace equation
Giacomo Del Nin: Motion of surfaces driven by rough vector fields
18 Mathematical physics 1
Auditorium A4
Alex Karrila
Kalle Koskinen: Metastates of the mean-field spherical model in a random external field
Marina A. Ferreira: Coagulation equations for open systems
Jonas M. Tölle: Stochastic pressure equation in enhanced geothermal heating
19 Authentic assessment in mathematics: A panel discussion
Auditorium A05
Juuso Nieminen
The session is a panel discussion about assessment of mathematics. The participants in the panel discussion are Daniel Reinholz, Paola Iannone and Jussi Kangas, representing both teachers and researchers in university mathematics education.
20 Industrial Mathematics in Europe – case studies
Auditorium A06
Esko Turunen
Zoltan Horvath: Model reduction for numerical simulation of compressible fluids and its application to urban air pollution simulation
Kees Vuik: From Theory to Practice: Scalable Iterative Solvers for the Helmholtz Equation
Manuel B. Cruz: Using Mathematical Technology to Improve Industry Competitiveness: An Example from the Automotive Sector.
21 Complex systems
Auditorium A07
Ion Petre
Andrzej Mizera: Divide & Control: An Efficient Decomposition-based Approach towards the Control of Asynchronous Boolean Networks
Sergiu Ivanov: Sequential Reprogramming of Biological Network Fate
Nicoleta Siminea: A network-based approach to identify potentially active drugs in SARS-CoV-2 infection