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Colloquium 2015-2016

The Colloquium is held on Mondays at 4pm in Deady 208.

Spring Quarter, 2016

  • April 11, Malabika Pramanik (University of British Columbia)
    Configurations in sets big and small

  • April 18, Lenny Ng (Duke)
    Studying topology through symplectic geometry

  • April 25, Ciprian Manolescu (UCLA)
    The triangulation conjecture

  • May 2, Nathan Kaplan (UC Irvine)
    Arithmetic Statistics of Elliptic Curves

  • May 9, Farshid Hajir (UMASS)
    Cohen-Lenstra conjectures on the distribution of class groups and their generalizations

  • May 24, Ken Ono (Emory University)
    Special Time/Location: Tuesday at 4PM in Fenton 105
    New theorems at the interface of representation theory and number theory

Winter Quarter, 2016

  • January 4, Paul Johnson (University of Sheffield)
    Lattice Points and Simultaneous Core Partitions

  • January 11, Michael Thaddeus (Columbia University)
    The multiplicative Horn problem

  • February 1, Anthony Varilly-Alvarado (Rice University)
    Elliptic curves, torsion subgroups, and uniform bounds for Brauer groups of K3 surfaces

  • February 8, Doug Lind (University of Washington)
    An invitation to algebraic actions

  • February 15, Emanuele Macri (Northeastern University)
  • February 29, Glenn Stevens (Boston University)

Fall Quarter, 2015

  • September 28, Valentino Tosatti (Northwestern)
    The Kahler-Ricci flow and its singularities

  • October 5, Radu Dascaliuc (OSU)
    Joint Oregon/OSU Colloquium
    PDE, stochastic cascades, explosions, and the issue of symmetry breaking

  • October 12, No Colloquium
  • October 19, Ivan Corwin (Columbia University, Clay Mathematics Institute)
    A drunk walk in a drunk world

  • November 2, Chris Skinner (Princeton)
    Points and p-adics

  • November 9, David Zureick-Brown (Emory)
    Diophantine and tropical geometry

  • November 30, Rachel Ollivier (UBC)
    Remarks on the local Langlands conjectures

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