Seminars
University of Oregon
Department of Mathematics
Weekly Seminar Bulletin
January 2125, 2019
Monday, January 21  
The University is closed for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.  
Tuesday, January 22  
Undergraduate Teaching Seminar: No meeting 
Conference Room 213 

Homotopy: TBD (Christy Hazel) 

Geometric Analysis: No meeting 

Student Number Theory: The Ideles and the Weil Height (Nathan Hunter) 

Number Theory: No meeting 

Student Algebra Seminar: No meeting 

Analysis: No meeting 

Topology Geometry: No meeting 

Departmental Tea  
Job Talk Colloquium: Phase transitions and scaling limits in lattice models (Zhongyang Li, University of Connecticut) 

Wednesday, January 23  
Departmental Tea  
Job Talk Colloquium: Discrete Analogues in Harmonic Analysis: Oscillation and Symmetry (Ben Krause, CalTech) 

Thursday, January 24  
Functional Analysis: The ideal structure of crossed products (Paul Herstedt) 

Ring^Op: No meeting 

Graduate Notions: Buchberger’s algorithm: Gaussian elimination for polynomials (Patrick Durkin) 

Counting: Feeling Bruhathathat (Daniel Hothem) 

Differential Geometry: Why Momentum Really Works (Fill Staley) 

Departmental Tea  
Friday, January 25  
Departmental Tea  
Job Talk Colloquium: Probabilistic structures in the topology and arithmetic of moduli spaces (Sean Howe, Stanford University) 