Welcome to the Princeton University Mathematics Department!

The Princeton University Mathematics Department is located in Fine Hall on Washington Road. Our administrative offices are located on the third floor, as is our Common Room, where Tea is held each afternoon at 3:30 while classes are in session. For the 2014-15 academic year, our department consists of 64 faculty members, 17 visitors and researchers, 7 emeriti faculty members in residence, 62 graduate students, and 70 undergraduate majors.

Seminars & Events

Tuesday, March 31

Proof of Grothendieck-Serre conjecture on principal bundles over regular local rings containing a field
Algebraic Geometry Seminar
Speaker: Ivan Panin , Steklov Institute of Mathematics, St. Petersburg
Location: IAS Room S-101
When the Dust Settles
Mathematical Physics Seminar
Speaker: Grisha Falkovich, Weizmann Institute
Location: Jadwin Hall 343

Wednesday, April 1

On the Satisfiability Conjecture
Department Colloquium
Speaker: Allan Sly, U.C. Berkeley
Location: Fine Hall 314

Thursday, April 2

Tropical Curves and Brill-Noether Theory
Graduate Student Seminar
Speaker: Akash Sengupta , Princeton University
Location: Fine Hall 314
Arithmetic Tutte polynomials and quasi-polynomials
Discrete Mathematics Seminar
Speaker: Luca Moci, Jussieu, U Paris 7
Location: Fine Hall 224
TBA - Wilson
Algebraic Topology Seminar
Speaker: Glen Wilson , Rutgers University
Location: Fine Hall 314
Complex Multiplication and K3 Surfaces over Finite Fields
Princeton University/IAS Number Theory Seminar
Speaker: Lenny Taelman, University of Amsterdam
Location: Fine Hall 214
Botany of transverse knots
Topology Seminar
Speaker: Doug LaFountain, Western Illinois University
Location: Fine Hall 314

Thursday, April 2 to Friday, April 3

Minimal Self-Joinings of Substitutions Arising from IETs
Ergodic Theory & Statistical Mechanics
Speaker: Kelly Yancey, University of Maryland
Location: Fine Hall 601

Friday, April 3

On symplectic homology of the complement of a normal crossing divisor
Symplectic Geometry Seminar
Speaker: Khoa Nguyen, Stanford University
Location: IAS Room S-101
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