2nd Annual Meeting of DMat-UA PhD Students
Department of Mathematics, University of Aveiro
November 25th, 2022
The Annual Meeting of DMat-UA PhD Students (EAED DMat-UA) is a scientific meeting organized by Department of Mathematics for students of Doctoral Programme in Mathematics (PDMat) and Doctoral Programme in Applied Mathematics (PDMA) and PhD students in the UA with integrated research at CIDMA.
The second edition of EAED will take place on November 25, 2022 at the Department of Mathematics of the University of Aveiro.
The programme is filled with presentations from current students of PDMat, PDMA and CIDMA, and an invited speaker lecture. The main purpose of EAED is to promote the interaction and discussion between students, professors and researchers.
November 25, 2022
14h00 - 14h15 Opening Session
14h15 - 15h15 Filipe Rodrigues (Assistant Professor, ISEG - Univ. Lisbon, and former PDMA student) - Operational Research in Seaside Operations under Uncertainty
15h15 - 15h35 Ivan Pombo (PDMat) - Uniqueness of the Calderón problem in 3D for complex conductivities through quaternionic analysis
15h35 - 15h55 Ivo Sengo (MAP-Fis) - Black holes or the unbearable curvatureness of being
15h55 - 16h30 Coffee-Break
16h30 - 16h50 Manisha Jain (PDMA) - Framing (quantum, fuzzy) transition systems as coalgebras
16h50 - 17h10 Inês Serôdio Costa (PDMA) - Sharp bounds on the least eigenvalue of a graph determined from edge clique partitions
17h10 - 17h30 Gabriel Cardoso (PDMA) - An extension of Euclid-Euler Theorem for certain α-perfect numbers
Department of Mathematics,
University of Aveiro
Campus Universitário de Santiago,
3810-193 Aveiro, Portugal
Registrations are closed. For any questions, contact a member of the organizing committee.
Alexandre Almeida, Vice Director for Postgraduate and Internationalization of Department of Mathematics
António João Breda, Director of Doctoral Programme in Mathematics
Delfim Torres, Director of Doctoral Programme in Applied Mathematics
Inês Serôdio Costa , Student of Doctoral Programme in Applied Mathematics
Mónica Celis, Student of Doctoral Programme in Mathematics