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 2016-7 academic year, our department consists of 74 faculty members, 17 visitors and researchers, 7 emeritus faculty members in residence, 62 graduate students, and 70 undergraduate majors.

Seminars & Events

Thursday, October 27

Tunnell's Work on the Congruent Number Problem
Graduate Student Seminar
Speaker: Zhaorong Jin , Princeton University
Location: Fine Hall 110
Three graph classes: mock threshold, cute, and nice graphs
Discrete Mathematics Seminar
Speaker: Vaidy Sivaraman , Binghamton University
Location: Fine Hall 224
Topology and Combinatorics of 'unavoidable' complexes and the family tree of the Van Kampen-Flores theorem
Algebraic Topology Seminar
Speaker: Rade Zivaljevic, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Belgrade
Location: Fine Hall 322
Co-oriented Taut Foliations
Topology Seminar
Speaker: Rachel Roberts , Washington University
Location: Fine Hall 314
Exponential self-similar mixing by incompressible flows
Analysis of Fluids and Related Topics
Speaker: Gianluca Crippa , Universitat Basel
Location: Fine Hall 322

Monday, October 31

Moduli of Riemann surface and Bers conjecture
Special Lecture
Speaker: Yong Hou , Princeton University
Location: Fine Hall 110

Tuesday, November 1

Lagrangian Whitney sphere links
Symplectic Geometry Seminar
Speaker: Ivan Smith , Cambridge University
Location: IAS Room S-101

Thursday, November 3

Clique-based semidefinite relaxation of the quadratic assignment problem
Speaker: Jose Simoes Bravo Ferreira, Princeton University
Location: Fine Hall 224

Monday, November 7

Non-linear stability of Kerr-de Sitter black holes
Analysis Seminar
Speaker: Peter Hintz , UC Berkeley
Location: Fine Hall 314
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