Department of Mathematics

Seminars By Semester


17497 Monday 1/7
4:10 PM
Matthew Ballard, University of South Carolina Exceptional collections: what they are and where to find them (special colloquium)
17495 Wednesday 1/9
4:10 PM
Eugenia Malinnikova, Norwegian University of Science and Technology Quantitative unique continuation for elliptic PDEs and application (special colloquium)
17501 Friday 1/11
4:10 PM
Pavlo Pylyavskyy, University of Minnesota Zamolodchikov periodicity and integrability (special colloquium)
17500 Monday 1/14
4:10 PM
Alex Blumenthal, University of Maryland Chaotic regimes for random dynamical systems (special colloquium)
17496 Monday 1/21
4:10 PM
Wencai Liu, University of California, Irvine Universal arithmetical hierarchy of eigenfunctions for supercritical almost Mathieu operators (special colloquium)
17511 Wednesday 1/23
10:20 AM
Stavros Garoufalidis, Georgia Institute of Technology A brief history of quantum topology (special colloquium)
14368 Thursday 3/21
4:10 PM
Wilfrid Gangbo, University of California, Los Angeles A weaker notion of convexity for Lagrangians not depending solely on velocities and positions
14365 Thursday 3/28
4:10 PM
Ken Ono, Emory University Jensen–Polya Program for the Riemann Hypothesis and Related Problems
15385 Thursday 4/18
4:10 PM
Emmy Murphy, Northwestern University Flexibility in contact and symplectic geometry
14350 Thursday 4/25
3:10 PM
André Neves, University of Chicago Recent progress on existence of minimal surfaces



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