As a part of our work with foreign students and PhD students from China who entered St Petersburg University, but have not yet managed to come to Russia, we present you a seminar called "Seminar on Applied Mathematics of St Petersburg University and Chinese Universities".
The seminar was first organised by the staff and students of St Petersburg University in August 2020 to support international students' scientific activities and work with scientific supervisors. Once a month, PhD students and students share scientific work progress with their supervisors (the study of specialised literature, online courses, articles, and the implementation of algorithms).
- If you are a student or PhD student of St Petersburg University and you are in the situation that you cannot come to Russia yet, then please join us and participate in the online seminar, share your ideas about the research, and consider the scientific topics that will be presented during the seminar.
- If you are a Professor at the St Petersburg University who is willing to start working with the students and PhD students who just joined us and cannot or do not know with whom you can start your communication, please join us.
- If you are a researcher working in applied mathematics in China and are interested in teaching and research communication with researchers at St Petersburg University in applied mathematics, we will welcome you to join us.
For those who meet the above situations, please contact us. We will help you to meet each other in these difficult times of COVID-19:
The next seminar will be held on the 17th of January, 11 am Moscow time (4 pm Beijing time). The seminar organisers have identified a vital research area: Game Theory. We are also willing to listen to your suggestions about research topics that are of interest to support scientific work during COVID-19.
Link to join the meeting: https://zoom.us/j/95755871059
Zoom meeting ID: 957 5587 1059
The last seminar was held on the 15th of November; the seminar's video was recorded and available on Youtube: