Archived Fall 2016 Colloquia
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date | speaker | title | host(s) | |||
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September 9 | ||||||
September 16 | Po-Shen Loh (CMU) | Directed paths: from Ramsey to Pseudorandomness | Ellenberg | |||
September 23 | Gheorghe Craciun (UW-Madison) | Toric Differential Inclusions and a Proof of the Global Attractor Conjecture | Street | |||
September 30 | Akos Magyar (University of Georgia) | Geometric Ramsey theory | Cook | |||
October 7 | ||||||
October 14 | Ling Long (LSU) | Hypergeometric functions over finite fields | Yang | |||
October 21 | No colloquium this week | |||||
Tuesday, October 25, 9th floor | Stefan Steinerberger (Yale) | Three Miracles in Analysis | Seeger | |||
October 28, 9th floor | Linda Reichl (UT Austin) | Microscopic hydrodynamic modes in a binary mixture | Minh-Binh Tran | |||
Monday, October 31, B239 | Kathryn Mann (Berkeley) | Groups acting on the circle | Smith | |||
November 4 | ||||||
Monday, November 7 at 4:30, 9th floor (AMS Maclaurin lecture) | Gaven Martin (New Zealand Institute for Advanced Study) | Siegel's problem on small volume lattices | Marshall | |||
November 11 | Reserved for possible job talks | |||||
Wednesday, November 16, 9th floor | Kathryn Lindsey (U Chicago) | Shapes of Julia Sets | Michell | |||
November 18, B239 | Andrew Snowden (University of Michigan) | Recent progress in representation stability | Ellenberg | |||
Monday, November 21, 9th floor | Mariya Soskova (University of Wisconsin-Madison) | Definability in degree structures | Smith | |||
November 25 | Thanksgiving break | |||||
December 2, 9th floor | Hao Shen (Columbia) | Singular Stochastic Partial Differential Equations - How do they arise and what do they mean? | Roch | |||
Monday, December 5, B239 | Botong Wang (UW Madison) | Enumeration of points, lines, planes, etc. | Maxim | |||
December 9, B239 | Aaron Brown (U Chicago) | Lattice actions and recent progress in the Zimmer program | Kent | |||
Monday, December 19, B115 | Andrew Zimmer (U Chicago) | Metric spaces of non-positive curvature and applications in several complex variables | Gong |