Departmental Colloquium - Fall 2018

Usually meets Friday at 3:00 pm in SEO 636.
August 31
September 7
(3:00 pm; 636 SEO)
Helena J. Nussenzveig Lopes
Fluids, walls and vanishing viscosity
September 14
(3:00 pm; 636 SEO)
Anush Tserunyan
An ergodic advertisement for descriptive graph combinatorics
September 21
September 28
(3:00 pm; 636 SEO)
Holly Krieger
University of Cambridge
Title: Common torsion points and a uniform Manin-Mumford bound for a family of genus 2 curves
October 5
(3:00 pm; 636 SEO)
Lihong Zhi
Sparse Polynomial Interpolation and Symmetric Tensor Decomposition
October 12
(3:00 pm; 636 SEO)
No colloquium due to LAS Distinguished lecture
October 19
October 26
(3:00 pm; 613 SCE)
Alex Wilkie
Remarks on the zero sets of exponential polynomials
November 2
(3:00 pm; 636 SEO)
Jared Weinstein
Boston University
Complex multiplication, from Abel to Zagier
November 9
(3:00 pm; 636 SEO)
Guillaume Bal
University of Chicago
Topological Insulators and obstruction to localization
November 16
(3:00 pm; 636 SEO)
Bridget Tenner
Applications of combinatorics
November 23
No seminar
November 26
(3:00 pm; 636 SEO)
Brandon Seward
Courant Institute
Bernoulli shifts and entropy theory
November 28
(3:00 pm; 636 SEO)
Fedor Manin
Ohio State University
Growth, distortion, and isoperimetry in topology
November 29
(3:00 pm; 636 SEO)
Ian Tobasco
U Michigan
The cost of crushing: curvature-driven wrinkling of thin elastic shells
November 30
(3:00 pm; 636 SEO)
Bena Tshishiku
Surface bundles, monodromy, and arithmetic groups
December 3
(3:00 pm; 636 SEO)
Isabel Vogt
MIT and Stanford
Low degree points on curves
December 4
(3:00 pm; 636 SEO)
Robin Tucker-Drob
Texas A&M
Invariant means, inner amenable groups, and dynamics
December 5
(3:00 pm; 636 SEO)
Eric Larson
Stanford University
The Maximal Rank Conjecture
December 7
(3:00 pm; LC D5)
Arend Bayer
Surfaces from curves via derived categories
December 10
(3:00 pm; 636 SEO)
Daniel Le
University of Toronto
Congruences in Langlands reciprocity
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