The LAMBDA seminar meets approximately once every two weeks, and its main objectives are to
‣ allow doctoral students to present both their research topic and any other topic they like, and to do so in a relaxed and probably less stressful environment than that of a first major conference.
‣ allow doctoral students in the audience to find out what their colleagues are doing, so that fruitful discussions and collaborations are not missed.
‣ to allow everyone more broadly to enrich their culture about « what is currently being done » in mathematics.