Course name  Note  Period  Time Table 


ALGEBRAIC GEOMETRY I (GE410)The course might be held in Italian  Semester I  
 
semester I  
 
CRYPTOGRAPHY WITH PUBLIC KEY (CR410)The course might be held in Italian  Semester I  
 
semester I  
 
Semester I  
 
Semester I  
 
Semester I  
 
Semester I  
 
Semester II  
 
Semester II  
 
COMMUTATIVE ALGEBRA (AL410)The course might be held in Italian  semester II  
 
COMPUTATIONAL FINANCE (MF410)The course might be held in Italian  Semester II  
 
GRAPH THEORY (GE460)The course might be held in Italian  Semester II  
 
semester II  
 
semester II  
 
semester II  
 
MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS (FM410)The course might be held in Italian  Semester II  
 
Semester II  
 
Semester II  
 
Semester II  
 
RIEMANNIAN GEOMETRY (GE430)  semester II  
 
Semester II  
 
THEOREMS IN LOGIC (LM420)The course might be held in Italian  Semester II  
 
THEORIES IN LOGIC (LM430)The course might be held in Italian  Semester II  
 
FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS (AM450)36 h  Semester II   

Course name  Note  Period  Time Table 


semester I  
 
Semester I  
 
semester I  
 
Semester I  
 
semester I  
⇧  
ALGEBRAIC GEOMETRY II (GE510)The course might be held in Italian  Semester II  
 
Semester II  
 
HEIGHTS AND DIOPHANTINE EQUATIONS (TN520)  semester II  
 
semester II  
 
semester II  
 
Semester II  
 
semester II  

Course name  Note  Period  Time Table 


CLUSTER AND VIRAL EXPANSION: GENERAL DEFINITION AND CONVERGENCE CRITERIA
(MINICOURSE) 
 
 
HANDS ON CONTINUUM MECHANICS
MINI COURSE
HANDS ON CONTINUUM MECHANICS MINI COURSErganizers: the course is organized in partnership with three PhD Schools: 
 
 
QUANTUM COMPLEXITY THEORY
Quantum complexity theoryCourse on quantum complexity theory and its relationship with classical complexity theory. We  
 
TOPICS ON FANO VARIETIES 2: FOURFOLDS AND BEYOND.
Topics on Fano varieties 2: fourfolds and beyond.Abstract: We will survey some of the most recent progresses regarding the geography of Fano varieties of dimension 4 and higher, including, e.g, Kuechle's list, the 634 families of 4folds constructed in flag varieties, and Fano varieties with special Hodgetheoretical properties (e.g. of K3 type) 
 
 
WHAT IS A FORCE?
What is a Force?The notion of force is ubiquitous in physics and the word "force" appears frequently in everyday life. Nevertheless, the notion of force is among the most subtle ones in physics.  
 
GEOMETRY OF CANONICAL CURVES AND RELATED TOPICS
GEOMETRY OF CANONICAL CURVES AND RELATED TOPICSGEOMETRY OF CANONICAL CURVES AND RELATED TOPICS  April  May 2023 
 
 
BRIDGELAND THEORY AND ITS APPLICATIONS
Bridgeland Theory and its applicationststructures and their hearts.  March, April 2023 
 
 
COMPACTIFICATIONS OF MODULI SPACES
Compactifications of moduli spacesAbstract:  Nov, Dec 2022 
 
 
MATHEMATICAL QUANTUM MECHANICS
Mathematical Quantum MechanicsAbstract.  Nov, Dec 2022 
 
 
QUASIPERIODIC DYNAMICS AND INVARIANT TORI: A GEOMETRIC VIEWPOINT
Quasiperiodic dynamics and invariant tori: a geometric viewpoint
 Nov, Dec 2022 
 
 
THE ULTRAVIOLET PROBLEM FOR QED IN D=3 ( MINICOURSE)
The ultraviolet problem for QED in d=3 ( MINICOURSE)Abstract: We review some recent work on quantum electrodynamics on a three dimensional Euclidean spacetime, work which culminates in a proof of ultraviolet stability in a finite volume. The model is formulated on a fine lattice and bounds are obtained uniformly in the lattice spacing. The method is a renormalization group technique due to Balaban. Topics to be covered are (1.) Introduction, (2.) Block averaging for gauge fields, (3.) Block averaging for Fermi fields, (4.) Random walk expansions, (5.) Norms and polymer functions, (6.) Renormalization group with bounded gauge fields, (7.)  Oct, 2022 
 
 
DIOPHANTINE PROBLEMS
Diophantine problemsThe aim of this course is the study of certain diophantine problems with a stress on the use of height functions as a tool to prove finiteness of solutions of some Diophantine equation. We are going to start with an introduction on height functions and prove several useful properties of these objects. We are then going to apply these concepts on a couple of concrete classes of Diophantine equations. Finally, we are going to use heights to study the arithmetic of  semester II  

Institution  
