Archived Fall 2016 Colloquia

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date speaker title host(s)
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