Seminários no âmbito do Mestrado em Matemática

Sala 6.2.38, FCUL, Lisboa

Ciclo de seminários no âmbito da disciplina de "Seminário".

15h15-16h05 Luís Sanchez, DMFCUL: Some arguments of topological nature with applications in Nonlinear Analysis.

Abstract: When methods of Nonlinear Analysis are applied to differential equations, arguments of topological nature often occur. In this talk differential equations are not mentioned; instead we concentrate in surveying a number of devices that have persistently appeared in the literature in the last five decades, involving some topological argument. The kind of reasonings at stake make appeal to connectedness or to some property of non-empty intersection of two geometrical objects. Such arguments play a key role in critical point theory and in bifurcation theory. In the backgound we invoque the Brouwer fixed point theorem, the theorem of Poincaré-Miranda and degree theory.

16h05-16h25 Coffe Break

16h25-17h15 Anca-Maria Toader, DMFCUL: Microstructures - a symbiosis between PDEs, Differential Geometry and Programming.

Abstract: Microstructures model the internal patterns that compose real world bodies at the microscopic level. They determine the way in which the body (or the macrostructure) responds to external loads and the way in which it fulfills the task for which it was designed to. The microscale is infinitesimal with respect to the macroscale. At each point of the body the material is supposed to be locally periodic. The macroscopic behaviour of the body, according to the homogenization theory, is described in terms of the solution of a PDE with periodicity conditions, called cellular problem. Imposing periodicity conditions in the cellular problem is equivalent to solving a PDE on a differential manifold defined as the quotient of R^3 with respect to the periodicity group. The solution can be viewed as a multi-function defined on this manifold which is a flat torus non immersible in R^3. For numerical simulations, adapted methods should be developed : meshes and finite elements on the torus are challenges to be attained with a new home made C++ Library called ManiFEM. The motivation of developing such a software able to deal with finite elements on manifolds and some examples will be presented in order to gain fans and users.

Departamento de Matemática


CoastNet - Rede Portuguesa de Monitorização Costeira é uma infraestrutura de investigação MARE, que faz parte do Roteiro Nacional de Infraestruturas de Investigação de Interesse Estratégico (RNIE-FCT). Através do seu funcionamento est

Speaker: Elvira Zappale (Università Degli Studi di Salerno).

Cancelamento motivado pela aplicação do plano de contingência da Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa, na sequência das orientações da Direção-Geral de Saúde e das recomendações por parte da Reitoria da Universidade de Lisboa, relativamente ao novo Coronavírus (CO

Apresentações de Andreia Figueiredo (Ciências ULisboa) e Paula Silva (ICBAS.UPorto / Science & Wine).

Candidaturas a decorrer até ao dia 15 de julho de 2020.

IN3+  | Um Milhão para a Inovação.

O prémio IN3+ destina-se a todos os investigadores pertencentes às entidades que integram a Rede Inovação INCM.

Cancelamento motivado pela aplicação do plano de contingência da Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa, na sequência das orientações da Direção-Geral de Saúde e das recomendações por parte da Reitoria da Universidade de Lisboa, relativamente ao novo Coronavírus (COVID-1

Speaker: Gonçalo Tabuada (FCTUNL).

New date: September 14th-16th, 2020.

Ciências ULisboa associa-se ao maior evento mundial sobre inovação para a sustentabilidade - “The Planetiers World Gathering” - que terá lugar no Altice Arena entre 21 e 23 de outubro de 2020, sob os auspícios da

Programa de Formação Contínua de Professores do Ensino Básico (3.º ciclo) e Secundário, grupos 420 e 520.

Leitura e escrita são a base fundacional de todas as literacias e a condição primeira para o juízo compreensivo e crítico, o enriquecimento cultural, a formação estética e a memória individual e coletiva das sociedades.

Overview: Currently, climate changes or alterations are known to be reflected on the stable isotope ratios of Hydrogen, Nitrogen, Carbon, Oxygen and Sulphur present in atmospheric gas forms, fresh or ocean water, as well as in plants and animals and organi

Objectives: Evolutionary theory provides a framework for understanding all living systems.

Objectives: To introduce participants to the details of communicating science to non-specialized audiences, including, but not exclusive to, public and private stakeholders, students and teachers, and media professionals.

Objectives: Natural history museums are privileged spaces for seminal research on different subjects of biological sciences such as biodiversity, evolution, ecology, biogeography and taxonomy.

Objectives: Provide students with basic workflows, platforms and tools to increase reproducibility at all scientific levels.

Objectives: Under the general framework of Global Change Ecology, the goal of this course is to provide the participants with the most recent and practical knowledge on the use of Functional Diversity.

Objectives: The objective of this course is to introduce participants to the details of communication and writing scientific publications. The main emphasis is on the most common form, the “primary scientific paper”, but other forms will be covered.

Objectives: Lack of fertile land to feed the exponentially growing population, insufficient water availability and quality, changes in the flow of nutrients through the bio-geo-cycles (especially N and P) and climate and land use changes are impacting ecosystem

Objectives: Symbiosis is a key strategy for life on Earth.

Objectives: The goal of this course is to provide to the participants with current and practical knowledge on urban ecology, including ecological and social aspects. It aims at providing an integrated approach on urban socio-ecological systems.

Objectives: Citizen science can be part of the larger process of engaging people in new forms of interaction in scientific research, challenging scientists and citizens whilst enlarging scientific knowledge and providing learning opportunities for all part

Objectives: This course aims at: 1) exploring how scientists can use social media as tools to enhance the communication of their research and the dialogue with society, and 2) discussing the differences that exist in the work of scientists and journalists

New date: 30 August - 03 September 2021.

This conference is the 22nd in the series of triennial conferences which bring together the Particle and Nuclear Physics communities.