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Seminars

University of Oregon
Department of Mathematics
Weekly Seminar Bulletin
January 21-25, 2019

Monday, January 21
The University is closed for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
Tuesday, January 22
Undergraduate Teaching Seminar:
No meeting
9:00 am Fenton
Conference
Room 213
Homotopy:
TBD (Christy Hazel)
10:00 am 210 Deady
Geometric Analysis:
No meeting
11:00 am 210 Deady
Student Number Theory:
The Ideles and the Weil Height (Nathan Hunter)
12:00 pm 102 Deady
Number Theory:
No meeting
1:00 pm 105 Fenton
Student Algebra Seminar:
No meeting
1:00 pm 210 Deady
Analysis:
No meeting
2:00 pm 210 Deady
Topology Geometry:
No meeting
3:00 pm 210 Deady
Departmental Tea 3:30 pm Fenton Lounge
Job Talk Colloquium:
Phase transitions and scaling limits in lattice models (Zhongyang Li, University of Connecticut)
4:00 pm 110 Fenton
Wednesday, January 23
Departmental Tea 3:30 pm Fenton Lounge
Job Talk Colloquium:
Discrete Analogues in Harmonic Analysis: Oscillation and Symmetry (Ben Krause, CalTech)
4:00 pm 129 McKenzie
Thursday, January 24
Functional Analysis:
The ideal structure of crossed products (Paul Herstedt)
11:00 am 206 Deady
Ring^Op:
No meeting
12:00 pm 306 Deady
Graduate Notions:
Buchberger’s algorithm: Gaussian elimination for polynomials (Patrick Durkin)
1:00 pm 210 Deady
Counting:
Feeling Bru-hat-hat-hat (Daniel Hothem)
2:00 pm 210 Deady
Differential Geometry:
Why Momentum Really Works (Fill Staley)
3:00 pm 210 Deady
Departmental Tea 3:30 pm Fenton Lounge
Friday, January 25
Departmental Tea 3:30 pm Fenton Lounge
Job Talk Colloquium:
Probabilistic structures in the topology and arithmetic of moduli spaces (Sean Howe, Stanford University)
4:00 pm 208 Deady