I also talked on
** The Tower of Hanoi **
at the AG Diskrete Mathematik of the

** Chair of Applied Geometry & Discrete Mathematics **
on

Thursday, 23 November 2000, 14:15, Gabelsberger Str. 43, room 101.

I spoke on
** The extraordinary spectral properties of radially periodic
Schrödinger operators **

at the
** Goa Workshop on Schrödinger Operators **, held in
Goa (India), 14 to 20 December 2000.

I was also an invited speaker on
** Some open problems and new tasks in applied
mathematics **

at the
** Symposium on Challenges in Mathematical Sciences for the New Millennium
**,
held

in connection with the
** International Conference on Recent Advances in Mathematical Sciences **

at the Department of Mathematics of the IIT Kharagpur (India), 20 to 22 December
2000,

where I also talked on
** The true catenary - a case study for modern applied mathematics**.

I delivered a talk at the
First SIAM-EMS Conference **Applied
Mathematics
in Our Changing World**

(2-6 September 2001) in Berlin, Germany, on
**Simulation of the mechanical behavior of the human mandible**.

I gave a talk in the
Séminaire de physique mathématique of the University of Geneva
(Switzerland)
on

**The extraordinary spectral properties of radially periodic
Schrödinger operators **

on 17 September 2001 at 10:30 in Aud. 234, 24, quai Ernest Ansermet.

This talk was also given in the
Joint Analysis/Probability Seminar of Imperial College, King's College,

Queen Mary and Westfield College and University College, London (U.K.)

on 15 November 2001 at 15:00 in Room 521 of the Mathematics Department of King's
College.

In the framework of the SOKRATES program, I gave a series of lectures
on ** Introduction to the lambda-calculus**,

**Computer representation of real numbers** and **The Tower of Hanoi:
recursion, algorithms and graphs** at the

Computer Science Department of Cardiff University, Cardiff (Wales, U.K.)

from 8 to 13 November 2001.

During the
**Taller sobre operadores de Schroedinger/Workshop on Schrödinger
Operators**,

which was held at the IIMAS of the University of
Mexico-City (Mexico), 3-7 December 2001,

I delivered a series of lectures on

**Self-adjointnes
s of
Schrödinger operators**,
**Spectral
properties of radially periodic
Schrödinger operators**,
and **Hardy-Rellic
h
inequalities**.

I gave a
talk on
**Delocalization
for
Schrödinger operators**

at
**QMath-8 (Mathematical Results in
Quantum Mechanics)**,

held at Taxco (Mexico), 10-14 December 2001.

I delivered a lecture in the
EURROMMAT-Programme of the Centre for Advanced Studies in Mathematics

at the "Simion Stoilow" Institute of Mathematics of the Romanian Academy in
Bucharest (Romania)

on
**
Localization and delocalization for differential operators** on 20 March 2002
at 10:00.

I also talked on **Delocalization for
Schrödinger operators**

at the
**2002 UAB International Conference on Differential Equations and Mathematical
Physics** ,

held in Birmingham, Alabama, 26-30 March 2002.

I gave a talk on
**Delocalization for
Schrödinger operators**

at the
** Workshop on Computation and Analytic Problems in Spectral Theory**

on Friday, 26 July 2002 at 10:30 in Gregynog, Wales.

I talked on ** The (re-)unification of mathematics**

at the ICM-2002
**Satellite Conference on Mathematics Education**,

in Lhasa (Tibet, China), 12-17 August 2002.

I also presented an invited short communication on
**Localization and delocalization for differential operators**

at the
** International Congress of Mathematicians** in Beijing (China),

on Friday, 23 August 2002 at 17:35 in room R3030.

I delivered a colloquium talk with the title

** The Hanoi connection: Chinese codes, Italian pavements and French
puzzles**

at the Faculty of Education of the
University of Maribor (Slovenia) on 21 October 2002.

I presented a talk on

** Quantitative sonography for bone material**

and co-authored a talk on

** Simulation of the elastic behaviour of the human mandible:
experimental validation and material parameter identification**

at the

at INRIA Rocquencourt (France), 12-15 November 2002.

I gave talks on
**Spectral properties of differential operators**

and
**The Hanoi connection: Chinese codes, Italian pavements and French
puzzles**

on Tuesday, 7 January 2003, at Beijing Normal University (BNU) in Beijing,
China.

The former talk was also delivered on 10 January 2003 at Nankai Mathematical
Institute in Tianjin, China,

where in addition I presented short addresses on the Tower of Hanoi (at the
Nankai Research Center
for Combinatorics)

and some topics in applied mathematics.
On Monday, 13 January 2003, I talked at BNU on

**Introduction to Lebesgue integration** and on
**Teaching reform in Munich universities**.

I gave a talk
**On the essential spectrum of self-adjoint operators**
in the Minisymposium

**Analytic and Computational Problems in Spectral Theory** at the

**ICIAM 2003 -- 5th International Congress on Industrial and Applied
Mathematics**

in Sydney(Australia) on 7 July 2003.

I gave a talk on
**Turm von Hanoi: Geschichte und Mathematik**

in the
**Neuropsychologisches Kolloquium** of the
LMU on 13 May 2004, 16:00 to 17:30,

in the seminar room of
the Neurologisches Forschungshaus, Marchioninistr. 23, Munich.

I gave a talk
**On the
accumulation spectrum
of self-adjoint operators**

at
**The 2005 UAB International Conference on Differential Equations and
Mathematical Physics** ,

in Birmingham, Alabama (U.S.A.), on 2 April 2005.

I was an Invited Speaker at the first
**Workshop on the Tower of Hanoi and Related Problems** ,

held from 18 to 22 September 2005 in Maribor (Slovenia).

The subject of my talk was
** The Tower of Hanoi - a personal (re)view ** .

I gave the Andrew F. Sobczyk Memorial Lecture at Clemson University (Clemson SC,
U.S.A.)
on 24 October 2005 at 18:00 in Room 119 of McAdams Hall; the subject is
** The Tower of Hanoi** .

On the occasion of my visit to Clemson I
also talked in the physics colloquium on 26 October 2005 at 16:00 on the
** Catenaria vera - the true catenary** in room 101 of Kinard Lab.
and in the Algebra & Discrete Mathematics Seminar on 27 October 2005 on
**Hanoi graphs** in room M102 of Martin Hall.

I delivered a lecture
**On the
accumulation spectrum
of self-adjoint operators**

at the IIMAS of the UNAM (Mexico City, Mexico) on 3 November 2005, 12:30.

I gave a couple of lectures at the workshop
** An lisis y F¡sica Matem tica** to be held at the CIM of
the UAE Hidalgo in Pachuca (Mexico), 4 to 6 January 2006.

I supervised workshops on ``The Tower of Hanoi'' at the ``Tag der Mathematik'' 2006 and 2007 at the LMU Munich (2006-07-08, 2007-06-16).

I presented a poster on **From
London to Hanoi and back --- graphs for neuropsychology**

at the
**ICM 2006** in Madrid on 25 August
2006 at 16:00 in room C300.

The poster
has been awarded a **Second Prize** in the ICM 2006 Poster competition.

I gave a talk on ** Hanoi Graphs ** at the Institute of Mathematical and
Physical Sciences

of the University of Wales in Aberystwyth (Wales, U.K.)
on 24 May 2007 at 10:00 in Room 321.

I gave a talk on ** The Tower of Hanoi ** at the School of Computer Science

of Cardiff University, Cardiff (Wales, U.K.) on 02 May 2008 at 14:30 in
Room WX/3.07.

I gave a talk ** On a conjecture of Jörgens on self-adjointness ** at the ** Wales Workshop on Spaces and Operators on Bad Domains in Rn** in Cardiff (Wales,
U.K.) 2008

I gave a talk on ** Drei offene Probleme in der Spektraltheorie von Schrödinger-Operatoren ** at the SFB-Seminar "Zufällige Operatoren"

of the Ruhr-Universität Bochum on 04 July 2008 at 11:15 in
Room NA 4/24.

I delivered a public lecture on **Der Turm von Hanoi** at the Audi-Center in Ingolstadt (Germany) on 20 January 2009.

At the symposium ** La Tour d'Hanoi, un casse-tete mathematique d'Edouard Lucas (1842-1891)**, held in Paris (France) I spoke on **Le modele mathematique de la Tour d'Hanoi** on 5 February 2009 in the Institut Poincare.

I talked on ** Drei offene Probleme in der Spektraltheorie von Schrödinger-Operatoren ** at the University of Duisburg-Essen in Duisburg on 19 January 2010.

I will give a public lecture on ** Der Turm von Hanoi - Graphen weisen den rechten Weg ** in the frame of the lecture series Mathematik am Samstag on 20 March 2010 at 14:15 in lecture hall A 021 of the main building of the LMU Munich, Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1.

On the page about my
** courses ** there are links to my research activities.

Other mathematical lectures in Munich can be found in the

** Münchner Mathematischer Kalender **.

My coordinates are on my
** personal homepage ** .

All times are local legal times.

A. M. Hinz, andreas.hinz@mathematik.uni-muenchen.de, 2010-03-10