# NumPI Seminars

## NumPI seminars 2018-2019

Here you find a list of the seminars scheduled for the academic year 2018-2019.

### Fall 2018

- 15/11/2018:
**Giovanni Barbarino**, Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa

Higher order spectral symbols and eigenvalues approximation for Toeplitz matrices - 22/11/2018:
**Jie Meng**, Pusan National University, South Korea

On the positive definite solution of the nonlinear matrix equation X^p=A+M^T(X#B)M - 27/11/2018:
**Marcus Carlsson**, Lund University, Sweden

Perturbation theory for the spectral decomposition of matrices - 06/12/2018:
**Stefano Massei**, EPFL, Switzerland

A low-rank technique for computing the quasi stationary distribution of Galton-Watson processes - 13/12/2018:
**Giulio Masetti**, University of Pisa

Computing dependability-oriented measures on Markov chains by means of matrix functions

### Spring 2019

- 09/01/2019:
**Daniel Kressner**, EPFL, Switzerland

Tensorized Krylov subspace methods: Algorithms, analysis, and applications - 28/02/2019:
**Fabio Durastante**, University of Pisa

The Krylov--Jacobi method: functions of matrices for fractional partial differential equations - 14/03/2019:
**Michiel Hochstenbach**, TU Eindhoven, Netherlands

Solving polynomial systems by determinantal representations - 18/03/2019:
**Carla Hernando**, UC3M, Spain

Sparse linearizations and (sparse) structured ell-ifications - 21/03/2019:
**Vladimir Druskin**, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Embedding properties of network realizations of reduced order models with applications to inverse scattering and data science - 25/03/2019:
**Vanni Noferini**, University of Essex and Aalto University

Matrices in companion rings and their Smith forms, with applications to group theory and algebraic topology - 04/04/2019:
**Peter Benner**, Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems

Low-rank tensor methods for PDE-constrained optimization under uncertainty. - 08/04/2019:
**Raf Vandebril**, Department of Computer Science, KU Leuven

Structures, Gramians, and Krylov - 11/04/2019:
**Fabio Carrara**, ISTI-CNR,

Neural networks for image understanding: methods, limitations, and new frontiers - 12/04/2019:
**James Nagy**, Department of Mathematics, Emory University

MATLAB Tools for Large-Scale Linear Inverse Problems - 05/06/2019:
**Leonardo Robol**, Università di Pisa,

Rank structures in matrix equations and matrix functions - 25/06/2019:
**Michael L. Overton**, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University

Crouzeix Conjecture - 04/07/2019:
**Federico Poloni**, Università di Pisa

Principal Pivot Transforms, quasidefinite matrices, and matrix equations