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Mathematics Colloquium

The Colloquium runs Thursday afternoons at 4 PM in Phillips Hall 332 with a tea preceding at 3:30 PM in Phillips Hall 330. The talks are aimed at general audiences with different backgrounds, and most talks will be held on zoom with a virtual tea time preceding at 3:45 PM.

Colloquium Committee: Jiuzu Hong, David Rose, Andrey Smirnov

Fall 2021

Date Speaker Affiliation Mode Title
September 9 Chenyang Xu Princeton Zoom Canonical metrics, stability and moduli space
October 28 Lilian Pierce Duke Zoom Counting problems: open questions in number theory
November 4 David Nadler UC Berkeley In-person Skeleta of Weinstein manifolds
November 11 Greg Forest UNC In-person Modeling insights into SARS-CoV-2 respiratory tract infections
November 18 Dima Arinkin Wisconsin Zoom Moduli spaces and their compactifications

Spring 2022

Date Speaker Affiliation Mode Title
February 10 Lisa Piccirillo MIT Zoom Knot concordance and 4-manifolds
February 24 Ken Ono UVA Zoom New results in arithmetic statistics
March 24 Ivan Loseu Yale In-person Unipotent representations and quantization
April 7 Tamas Hausel IST Austria Zoom Ubiquity of systems of homogenous polynomial equations with a unique solution
April 14 Andrey Negut MIT In-person Quantum algebras, shuffle algebras and Hall algebras