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 2015-16 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

Monday, May 2

11:00am12:00pm
A message passing algorithm for cryo-EM and synchronization problems
PACM IDeAS
Speaker: William Perry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Location: Fine Hall 214
3:00pm4:30pm
Lecture Series on “Arithmetic in Geometry” - #4
Special Events and Conferences
Speaker: Professor Gopal Prasad , University of Michigan
Location: Fine Hall 322
3:15pm4:30pm
Lipschitz Metrics for Nonlinear Wave Equations
Analysis Seminar
Speaker: Alberto Bressan , Penn State
Location: Fine Hall 110
4:00pm5:00pm
How Robust are Reconstruction Thresholds for Community Detection?
PACM IDeAS
Speaker: Alex Wein, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Location: Fine Hall 214

Wednesday, May 4

2:30pm3:30pm
ShapeFit: Exact location recovery from corrupted pairwise directions
PACM IDeAS
Speaker: Paul Hand, Rice University
Location: Fine Hall 224
4:30pm5:30pm
Integrability versus Wave Turbulence in Hamiltonian partial differential equations
Department Colloquium
Speaker: Patrick Gerard , University of Paris-Sud
Location: Fine Hall 314

Thursday, May 5

2:00pm3:30pm
TBA - Tuomas Sahlsten
Ergodic Theory & Statistical Mechanics
Speaker: Tuomas Sahlsten , University of Bristol
Location: Fine Hall 601
4:30pm5:30pm
Yang-Mills gradient flow
Topology Seminar
Speaker: Paul Feehan , Rutgers/IAS
Location: Fine Hall 314
4:30pm5:30pm
Solitary water waves in finite and infinite depth
Analysis of Fluids and Related Topics
Speaker: Miles Wheeler , New York University
Location: Fine Hall 322
4:30pm5:30pm
Rational curves on elliptic surfaces
Princeton University/IAS Number Theory Seminar
Speaker: Douglas Ulmer, Georgia Institute of Technology
Location: IAS Room S-101
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