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SMI courses will be managed on the website, through Moodle platform. At the following link you will find, day by day, all the necessary information:
https://www.smi-unipg.it/

The lectures schedule has been published (15 July)

Credentials to join the Moodle platform have been sent to the participants (17 July)

 

Moodle is also the platform on which you will have access to the lessons, soon we will send you the credentials for access.
For the correct registration of presence, you must always enter through Moodle: inside you will find a link to Zoom meeting room.
You won’t need to create a Zoom account but you will have to log in typing your name and surname (not a nickname!).


Due to COVID-19 emergency, the courses of the Summer School organized by SMI at the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science of the University of Perugia will be offered online starting from

JULY 20 – AUGUST 7

CourseInstructorSyllabus
Complex Analysis John Erik Fornaes
NTNU, Trondheim
  pdf
Differential Geometry Barbara Nelli
Università dell'Aquila
 pdf
Functional Analysis Frédéric Robert
Université de Lorraine
 pdf
Mathematical Statistics Larry Goldstein 
University of  Southern California
 pdf

In order to attend the lectures, especially the problems sessions, where the Zoom whiteboard will be used interactively, it is necessary to have or acquire at least a graphics drawing tablet with pen, of minimum dimensions 6,3 x 4 inch.

For informations concerning the organization of the courses, please contact:

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More information: http://www.smi-math.unipr.it/perugia-2020/15/

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