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Revision as of 15:50, 20 January 2014
Number Theory – Representation Theory Seminar, University of Wisconsin–Madison
- When: Thursdays, 2:30pm–3:30pm.
- Where: tbd
- Please join the NT/RT mailing list: (you must be on a math department computer to use this link).
Spring 2014 Semester
Date | Speaker | Title (click to see abstract) |
Jan 23 (Thurs.) | Majid Hadian-Jazi (UIC) |
On a motivic method in Diophantine geometry |
Jan 30 (Thurs.) | Alexander Fish (University of Sydney) |
Ergodic Plunnecke inequalities with applications to sumsets of infinite sets in countable abelian groups |
Feb 6 (Thurs.) | who? (where?) |
tba |
Feb 13 (Thurs.) | John Voight (Dartmouth) |
Numerical calculation of three-point branched covers of the projective line |
Feb 20 (Thurs.) | who? (where?) |
tba |
Feb 27 (Thurs.) | Jennifer Park (MIT) |
tba |
Mar 6 (Thurs.) | who? (where?) |
tba |
Mar 13 (Thurs.) | who? (where?) |
tba |
Mar 20 (Thurs.) | No talk Spring break! |
Spring break! |
Mar 27 (Thurs.) | Who? (Where?) |
tba |
Apr 3 (Thurs.) | Who? (Where?) |
tba |
Apr 10 (Thurs.) | who? (where?) |
tba |
Apr 17 (Thurs.) | who? (where?) |
tba |
Apr 24 (Thurs.) | who? (where?) |
tba |
May 1 (Thurs.) | who? (where?) |
tba |
May 8 (Thurs.) | who? (where?) |
tba |
Organizer contact information
Sean Rostami
Also of interest is the Grad student seminar which meets on Tuesdays.
Last semester's seminar page is here.
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