Department of Mathematics

Seminars By Semester

  

Talk_idDateSpeakerTitle
4643 Wednesday 1/11
4:10 PM
Xuancheng Fernando Shao, Oxford Understanding sieve via additive combinatorics
4640 Friday 1/13
4:10 PM
Sanchayan Sen, McGill University Random discrete structures: Phase transitions, scaling limits, and universality
4641 Tuesday 1/17
4:10 PM
Thomas Walpuski, MIT Gauge Theory in Higher Dimensions
4654 Monday 1/23
4:10 PM
Sean Li, University of Chicago Beyond Euclidean rectifiability
4658 Wednesday 1/25
4:10 PM
Jenya Sapir, UIUC Geodesics on surfaces
4659 Friday 1/27
4:10 PM
Linhui Shen, Northwestern Representations, Combinatorics, and Configurations.
4665 Wednesday 2/1
4:10 PM
Keerthi Madapusi Pera, University of Chicago Periods, L-functions and abelian varieties
4671 Friday 2/3
10:00 AM
Yuan Zhou, UC Davis Cutting plane theorems for Integer Optimization and computer-assisted proofs
4642 Thursday 2/9
4:10 PM
Qing Nie, UC Irvine Spatial and stochastic dynamics in development and regeneration
4661 Thursday 2/16
4:10 PM
Eric Vanden-Eijnden, NYU Non-equilibrium transitions between metastable patterns in populations of motile bacteria
4662 Thursday 2/23
4:10 PM
Ramis Movassagh, MIT Supercritical Entanglement: counter-example to the area law for quantum matter
4660 Thursday 3/16
4:10 PM
Federico Ardilla, SFSU Using geometry and combinatorics to move robots quickly.
4714 Monday 3/20
5:30 PM
Peter Ozsvath, Princeton An introduction to Heegaard Floer homology
4715 Tuesday 3/21
5:20 PM
Peter Ozsvath, Princeton Bordered techniques in Heegaard Floer homology.
4716 Wednesday 3/22
4:10 PM
Peter Ozsvath, Princeton Bordered knot invariants
4668 Thursday 4/6
4:10 PM
Wolfgang Ziller, UPENN Finsler metrics with constant curvature
4663 Thursday 4/13
4:10 PM
Olga Holtz, UC Berkeley TBA
4664 Thursday 4/20
4:10 PM
Federico Rodriguez Hertz, PSU TBA

 

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