Parallel sessions D

Wednesday January 5th 2022, at 16:00-17:30

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.

22 Graph Theory
Auditorium A2a
Riikka Kangaslampi
Henri Hansen: Misuse of information in Insiders’ social network
Ragnar Freij-Hollanti: Derived matroids of graphs
Riikka Kangaslampi: Ollivier-Ricci curvature on graphs
23 Symbolic Dynamics 2: Tilings
Auditorium A2b
Jarkko Kari
Svetlana Puzynina: On small pattern abelian complexity of two-dimensional words
Etienne Moutot: Algebraic Tools for Nivat’s Conjecture
Rachel Greenfeld: Decidability and periodicity of translational tilings
24 Geometric Analysis and PDEs 2
Auditorium A3
Ville Tengvall
Vesa Julin: p-Harmonic coordinates for Hölder metrics and applications
Saara Sarsa: Second order Sobolev-regularity of p-harmonic functions
Aleksis Koski: Homeomorphic Extension Problems in Geometric Analysis
25 Mathematical physics 2
Auditorium A4
Alex Karrila
István Prause: The five-vertex model
Joona Oikarinen: Stress-Energy Tensor in Liouville Conformal Field Theory
Shinji Koshida: The quantum group dual of the first-row modules for the generic Virasoro VOA
26 Mathematical systems and control theory
Auditorium A05
Mikael Kurula
Thavamani Govindaraj: Robust output tracking of a flexible satellite
Daniele Cannarsa: Approximately controllable finite-dimensional bilinear systems are controllable
Lassi Paunonen: Non-Uniform Stability of Damped Hyperbolic PDEs
28 Mathematical logic 3
Auditorium A07
Kerkko Luosto
Jouko Väänänen: Towards internal categoricity
Åsa Hirvonen: Ehrenfeucht-Fraisse games on metric structures
Erkko Lehtonen: Associative spectra of groupoids
29 The state of industrial mathematics in Finland. Panel discussion
Auditorium A06
Esko Turunen
Mikko Sauni: Mathematics in railway asset management
Panel discussion, chairs Zoltan Horvath (European Industrial Mathematics council) and Esko Turunen (Mathematical Modeling Network in Finland)