Contacts
Dept. Mathematics & Applications
University of Milano - Bicocca
Via Cozzi, 55
20125 Milano, ITALY

Building U5, III floor, Room 3065

Email: renzo.ricca@unimib.it
Direct line: (+39) 02 6448 5762
Department: (+39) 02 6448 5755
Fax: (+39) 02 6448 5705

Departmental Seminars 1990-2000

  1. (1990, April) Kinematics of vorticity from a global viewpoint. School of Aerospace Engineering, Politecnico di Torino.
  2. (1990, November) Topological equivalence classes under the Euler equations. DAMTP, University of Cambridge.
  3. (1991, April) Geometric and topological aspects of vortex dynamics. Associazione per lo Sviluppo Scientifico e Tecnologico del Piemonte (ASP), Villa Gualino, Torino.
  4. (1991, September) Torus knot solutions and global invariants under LIA. Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of California at Santa Barbara.
  5. (1992, March) Killing fields as soliton generators. School of Mathematics, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton.
  6. (1992, May) Solitons on vortex filaments. DAMTP, University of Cambridge.
  7. (1992, May) The helicity of a knotted magnetic tube. MHD '92 Meeting. Department of Mathematics, University of Glasgow.
  8. (1992, November) The helicity and the “elastic energy” of a knotted flux tube via the Calugareanu invariant. Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge.
  9. (1993, May) Geometric and topological properties of knotted magnetic flux tubes. Department of Mathematics, University College London.
  10. (1993, May) Geometric approach to one-dimensional solitons. Department of Physics, University of Torino.
  11. (1993, June) Topological and mechanical aspects associated with magnetic flux tubes. Theory Division, JET, Abingdon, Oxford.
  12. (1995, January) Topological fluid mechanics. Mathematics Department, ETH, Zürich.
  13. (1995, March) Geometric and topological aspects of vortex filaments. Centre for Nonlinear Dynamics, University College London.
  14. (1995, November) Vortex filament dynamics and integrability. Department of Mathematics, Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, London.
  15. (1995, December) Vortex filament dynamics and integrability from a geometric and topological viewpoint. Dept. of Mech. & Aeron. Eng., University of Roma “La Sapienza”.
  16. (1996, February) Dynamics of twisted and knotted magnetic flux-tubes. Department of Mathematics, University College London.
  17. (1997, February) Topological ideas in fluid mechanics. Department of Mathematics, University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
  18. (1997, March) Geometric and topological aspects of fluid flows. Department of Mathematics, University of Warwick.
  19. (1997, March) Recent progress in topological fluid mechanics. Department of Mathematics, University of Bristol.
  20. (1997, April) Relaxation of knotted magnetic flux tubes. Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa.
  21. (1997, May) Geometric and topological aspects of integrable vortex dynamics. EC-Joint Research Centre, Ispra.
  22. (1997, May) New results on evolution of vortex knots. Magdalen College & Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford.
  23. (1997, July) Geometric and topological aspects of integrable vortex dynamics. Institüt für Hydromechanik, ETH, Zürich.
  24. (1998, February) Mechanical relaxation of magnetic knots. Department of Mathematics, University of St. Andrews.
  25. (1998, March) Magnetic knots. Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, U. New York.
  26. (1998, April) Linking numbers and applications. Mathematics Department, École Politèchnique Federal de Lausanne.
  27. (1998, October) Knot theory and topological fluid mechanics. Institute SIS, EC Joint Research Centre, Ispra.
  28. (1999, December) Vortex knot evolution and complexity measures. Department of Mathematics, University College London.