Below is a list of the Seminars managed by our Ph.D. students.
Baby Geometri Seminar
The Baby Geometri Seminars (or BabyGs, as they are known to their friends) are organized by a group of Ph.D. students from the University of Pisa and the Scuola Normale Superiore. These informal talks cover classical and research topics and are primarily intended for Master’s and Ph.D. students. Since the audience is diverse, these seminars always begin with a basic introduction to the subject that can be appreciated by early-stage Master’s students.
This series of seminars is currently organized by Filippo Bianchi, Pietro Capovilla, and Giovanni Framba. For further information, please visit the seminar’s website on this page.
Pisan Young Seminars in Applied and NUmerical Mathematics
The Pisan Young Seminars in Applied and NUmerical Mathematics comprise a series of informal seminars in Numerical Analysis and Applied Mathematics organized by Ph.D. students from the University of Pisa and the Scuola Normale Superiore.
The aim of these meetings is to present research topics in numerical analysis in an accessible manner and engage interested students. The seminars will feature an introductory section that is approachable even for those unfamiliar with the subject. They will primarily be conducted in Italian to maintain the informal tone of the series.
Both Master’s and Bachelor’s students who have some familiarity with the content of Scientific Computing courses are encouraged to participate.
For further information, please visit the website of the seminars on this page.
The Seminari MAP at the University of Pisa comprise a series of seminars organized throughout the academic year by Ph.D. students in the Analysis and Probability Groups at Pisa.
The speakers are fellow Ph.D. students and young researchers, and the talks are designed to cater not only to researchers but also to any master’s degree student interested in the subject. Each seminar is structured with an initial introductory section tailored for students, followed by a more advanced second part.
For additional information, please visit the seminar’s website on this page.