Upcoming DIAMANT Courses

DIAMANT is actively involved in Master's and Ph.D. courses in mathematics throughout the Netherlands. Course descriptions of all national courses can be found on the Mastermath webpage. DIAMANT also offered courses in the Dutch Research School WONDER. Members of DIAMANT are also involved in the courses of LNMB, the national OR network.

DIAMANT mastermath and WONDER courses

Semidefinite Optimization (Laurent & Oliveira), Spring 2018
Modular Forms (Dahmen and Bruin), Spring 2018
Algorithmic Geometry of Numbers (Dadush & Ducas), Spring 2018
Algorithms beyond the worst case (Manthey and Dadush), Spring 2018
Selected Areas in Cryptology (Daemen & de Weger), Spring 2018
Algebraic Methods in Combinatorics (Patel & Regts), Spring 2018
Elliptic Curves (Streng & Bright), Spring 2018
Coding Theory (Pellikaan), TUe, Spring 2018
Cryptology (Lange), TUE, Fall 2017
Probabilistic and Extremal Combinatorics (Mueller & Kang), Fall 2017
Commutative Algebra (de Jeu & Holmes), Fall 2017
Algebraic Geometry I (Edixhoven & Kret), Fall 2017
Algebraic Number Theory (de Smit & Stevenhagen), Fall 2017
Selected Areas in Cryptology (Lange & Stevens), Spring 2017
Algebraic Methods in Combinatorics (Patel & Regts), Spring 2017
Elliptic Curves (Streng & Bright), Spring 2017
Coding Theory (Pellikaan), TUe, Spring 2017
Cryptology (Lange), TUE, Fall 2017
p-Adic Numbers and Applications (Beukers & Dahmen), Fall 2016
Probabilistic and Extremal Combinatorics (Mueller), Fall 2016
Set Theory (Hart), Fall 2016
Commutative Algebra (de Jeu & Zalamansky), Fall 2016
Algebraic Geometry I (Holmes and de Jong), Fall 2016
Ergodic Theory (Dajani, Kalle), Fall 2016
Algebraic Number Theory (de Smit), Fall 2016
Advanced Topics in Semidefinite Programming (Dadush & Bansal), a Diamant course in Wonder, Spring 2016
Advanced Combinatorics (Mueller, Kang, Patel & Regts), a Diamant/GQT course in Wonder, Fall 2016
Galois Representations and Automorphic Forms (Bruin & Kret), a Diamant/GQT course in Wonder, Fall 2016
Algebraic Geometry (Holmes and de Jong), Spring 2016
Semidefinite Optimisation (Laurent and de Klerk), Spring 2016
Modular Forms (Dahmen and Bruin), Spring 2016
Coding Theory (Pellikaan), TUe, Spring 2016
Algorithms beyond the worst case (Manthey and Dadush), Spring 2016
Elliptic Curves (Streng and Bright), Fall 2015
Probabilistic and Extremal Combinatorics (Kang and Mueller), Fall 2015
Algebraic Number Theory (Keune), RUN, Fall 2015
Rigid Geometry (de Jeu and van der Put), a Diamant course in Wonder, Fall 2015
Commutative algebra (Jan Draisma, Rob de Jeu), Spring 2015
Cryptology (Tanja Lange, Marc Stevens), Spring 2015
Advanced algebraic geometry (Robin de Jong and Lenny Taelman), Fall 2014
Advanced combinatorics (Ross Kang and Tobias Muller), Fall 2014
Algebraic number theory (Peter Stevenhagen, Bart de Smit), Fall 2014
Ergodic theory (Charlene Kalle, Karma Dajani), Fall 2014
Algebraic geometry, a DIAMANT course in Mastermath, Spring 2014
Semidefinite optimization, a DIAMANT course in Mastermath, Spring 2014
Rational points on varieties, a DIAMANT course in WONDER, Fall 2013
Elliptic curves, a DIAMANT course in Mastermath, Fall 2013
Probabilistic and extremal combinatorics, a DIAMANT course in Mastermath, Fall 2013
p-adic numbers and applications, a DIAMANT  course in Mastermath, Spring 2013
Advanced linear programming, a DIAMANT course in Mastermath, Spring 2013
Set theory, a DIAMANT course in Mastermath, Spring 2013
Algebraic Number Theory, a DIAMANT course in Mastermath, Fall 2012
Cryptology, a DIAMANT course in Mastermath, Fall 2012
Semidefinite Optimization, a DIAMANT course in Mastermath, Spring 2012
Algebraic Geometry, a DIAMANT course in Mastermath, Spring 2012
Elliptic Curves, a DIAMANT course in Mastermath, Fall 2011
Automatic Sequences, a DIAMANT course in Mastermath, Fall 2011
Complexity Theory, a DIAMANT course in Mastermath, Spring 2011
Diophantine Equations, a DIAMANT course in Mastermath, Spring 2011
Algebraic Number Theory, a DIAMANT course in Mastermath, Fall 2010
Representation theory, a DIAMANT course in Mastermath, Fall 2010
Topics in Number Theory: p-adic numbers and zeta-functions, a DIAMANT course in Mastermath, Spring 2010
Cryptology, a DIAMANT course in Mastermath, Spring 2010
Goedel's Incompleteness Theorem, a DIAMANT course in Mastermath, Spring 2010
Model Theory with non-standard analysis, a DIAMANT course in Mastermath, Spring 2010
Elliptic Curves, a DIAMANT course in Mastermath, Fall 2009
Invariant Theory with Applications, a DIAMANT course in Mastermath, Fall 2009
Advanced Graph Theory, a DIAMANT course in Mastermath, Spring 2009
Algebraic Geometry, a DIAMANT course in Mastermath, Spring 2009
Algebraic Number Theory, a DIAMANT course in Mastermath, Fall 2008
Coding Theory, a DIAMANT course in Mastermath, Fall 2008
Cryptology, a DIAMANT course in Mastermath, Spring 2008
Elliptic Curves, a DIAMANT course in Mastermath, Spring 2008
Diophantine Approximation, a DIAMANT course in Mastermath, Fall 2007
Permutation Groups and Coxeter Groups, a DIAMANT course in Mastermath, Fall 2007
Discrete Structures, a DIAMANT course in Mastermath, Spring 2007
Computer Algebra, a DIAMANT course in Mastermath, Spring 2007
Algebraic Number Theory, a DIAMANT course in Mastermath, Fall 2006
Coding Theory, a DIAMANT course in Mastermath, Fall 2006
 



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23-4-2019 - 24-4-2019

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Full professor position in Discrete Mathematics in Delft
1-11-2018

Delft Institute of Applied mathematics, Delft University of Technology, seeks a full Professor in the field of Discrete Mathematics. A description of the position can be found here. The deadline for applications is January 15, 2019.



ERC Starting grant for Daniel Dadush
26-9-2018

Daniel Dadush (CWI) has been awarded an ERC Starting Grant of 1.5 ME for his proposal ‘Towards a Quantitative Theory of Integer Programming’. With this grant, Dadush aims to revolutionize the understanding of integer programming (IP), the most popular method used today for finding optimal solutions to real-world optimization problems.

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VICI grant for Nikhil Bansal
26-9-2018

Nikhil Bansal has been awarded a Vici grant of 1.5 ME. He is one of the 35 academics to receive this grant from NWO in 2018. Bansal aims to use his grant to develop new algorithmic methods to make discrete decisions in a continuous way. He expects this to lead to applications in the fields of logistics, bio-informatics, chip design and machine learning.

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3 DIAMANT PhD positions awarded
19-12-2017

NWO, following a shortlist provided by the DIAMANT board, has decided to award 3 PhD positions to young DIAMANT members: Dion Gijswijt (TU Delft), Jan Steffen Müller (RUG) and Arno Kret (UvA).
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