Departmental Colloquium - Spring 2013

Usually meets Friday at 3:00 pm in SEO 636.
DateSpeakerTitle
January 16
(2:00 pm; SEO 636)
Andrew Hoon Suk
MIT
Geometric Ramsey Theory
January 18
Xander Faber
University of Hawaii
Number Theory and Dynamics from a Non-Archimedean Vantage Point
January 22
Anne Shiu
University of Chicago
Geometry and dynamics of reaction systems
January 23
David Favero
University of Vienna
Homological Mirror Symmetry and Geometric Invariant Theory
January 25
Claus Sorensen
Princeton University
"Integral structures in Steinberg representations and p-adic Langlands"
January 30
Mark Behrens
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Exotic spheres and topological modular forms
January 31
Yanki Lekili
King's College
An arithmetic refinement of homological mirror symmetry for the 2-torus
February 1
February 8
February 15
Jared Wunsch
Northwestern University
Decay of waves in trapping geometries
February 22
Mattias Jonsson
University of Michigan
Complex and non-Archimedean geometry
March 1
Gregory Eyink
Johns Hopkins University
Spontaneous Stochasticity, Turbulent Magnetic Dynamo, and Onsager's Conjecture on Euler Solutions
March 8
Jack Cowan
University of Chicago
Stochastic Wilson-Cowan equations for networks of excitatory and inhibitory neurons
March 15
Ming-Jun Lai
University of Georgia
Some Recent Advances on Compressed Sensing and Matrix Completion
March 22
(3:00 pm; Lecture Center C4 (please note special location))
Tom Bridgeland
Oxford
Hall algebras and quantum groups
March 29
No seminar
Spring Break
April 5
Ilijas Farah
York University
Abstract and concrete classification problems
April 12
Dhruv Mubayi
UIC
Intersection Theorems for Finite Sets
April 19
Ryan Martin
UIC
New foundations of statistical inference and fun with random sets
April 26
Lek-Heng Lim
University of Chicago
Hypermatrices
May 3
(3:00 pm; Lecture Center F4 (please note special location))
Akshay Venkatesh
Stanford
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