# 2022-2023

Mathematics Colloquium

The Colloquium runs Thursday afternoons at 3:30 PM in Phillips Hall 332 with a tea preceding at 3:00 PM in Phillips Hall 330. The talks are aimed at general audiences with different backgrounds.

**Colloquium Committee** (Fall 2022): Jiuzu Hong, David Rose, Andrey Smirnov

**Colloquium Committee** (Spring 2023): Jiuzu Hong, Casey Rodriguez, Andrey Smirnov

**Fall 2022**

Date | Speaker | Affiliation | Mode | Title |
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September 15 | Kirsten Wickelgren | Duke | In-person | The Weil Conjectures and A1-homotopy theory |

September 22 | Andras Juhasz | Oxford | Zoom | Knot theory and machine learning |

September 29 | Sharon Lubkin | NC State | In-person | Cell packing in the notochord: morphometry, pattern, and forces |

October 27 | Yannick Sire | Johns Hopkins | In-person | Geometric variational problems: regularity vs singularity formation |

November 10 | Daniel Tataru | Berkeley | In-person | Long time solutions for one dimensional dispersive flows |

November 17 | Andras Szenes | University of Geneva | In-person | Polytopes, toric varieties, and the intersection homology of moduli spaces of semistable bundles |

**Spring 2023 **

Date | Speaker | Affiliation | Title |
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January 26 | Pavel Etingof | MIT | Lie theory in tensor categories with applications to modular representation theory |

February 2 | Jingfang Huang | UNC | Mathematical and Statistical Analysis of Compressible Data on Compressive Network |

February 9 | Weiqiang Wang | UVA | Quantum Schur dualities ABC |

March 30 | Rebecca Goldin | George Mason | On positivity for flag manifolds and Hessenberg spaces |

April 20 | Marcelo Disconzi | Vanderbilt | General-relativistic viscous fluids |

April 27 | Colleen Robles | Duke | Hodge theoretic generalizations of Satake-Baily-Borel |

May 3 | Jeff Cheeger | New York University | Quantitative differentiation |