# Welcome to the Princeton University Mathematics Department!

## Seminars & Events

### Monday, February 27

3:00pm4:00pm

##### Stable shock formation for solutions to the multidimensional compressible Euler equations in the presence of non-zero vorticity

###### Analysis Seminar

Speaker: Jonathan Luk , Stanford University

Location: Fine Hall 314

4:00pm5:00pm

##### Sampling Nodes and Constructing Expanders Locally

###### PACM/Applied Mathematics Colloquium

Speaker: Silvia Lattanzi, Google Research

Location: Fine Hall 214

### Tuesday, February 28

2:00pm3:00pm

##### The Normalized Volume of a Valuation

###### Algebraic Geometry Seminar

Speaker: Harold Blum , University of Michigan

Location: Fine Hall 401

5:00pm6:00pm

##### Episodes from Quantitative Topology: 3. Gromov-Hausdorff space and homeomorphisms

###### Minerva Lectures

Speaker: Shmuel Weinberger , University of Chicago

Location: McDonnell Hall A02

### Wednesday, March 1

2:00pm3:00pm

##### On a fully nonlinear version of the Min-Oo Conjecture

###### Differential Geometry & Geometric Analysis Seminar

Speaker: Jose Espinar, IMPA

Location: Fine Hall 110

2:30pm3:30pm

3:00pm4:00pm

##### The isoperimetric problem for Lens spaces

###### Differential Geometry & Geometric Analysis Seminar

Speaker: Celso Viana , University College London

Location: Fine Hall 314

### Thursday, March 2

10:00am11:00am

##### Liouville sectors and local open-closed map

###### Symplectic Geometry Seminar

Speaker: John Pardon , Princeton University

Location: Fine Hall 214

3:00pm4:00pm

##### An Algorithm for Hecke Operators

###### Algebraic Topology Seminar

Speaker: Mark McConnell, Princeton University

Location: Fine Hall 322

4:30pm5:30pm

##### On a Slightly Compressible Water Wave

###### Analysis of Fluids and Related Topics

Speaker: Chenyun Luo , Johns Hopkins University

Location: Fine Hall 322