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

Monday, March 27

4:00pm5:00pm
Stochastic Models in Robotics and Structural Biology
PACM/Applied Mathematics Colloquium
Speaker: Gregory Chikikjian, Johns Hopkins University
Location: Fine Hall 214
5:15pm6:15pm
Solving packing problems by linear programming
Minerva Distinguished Visitor Lectures
Speaker: Maryna Viazovska , Humboldt University
Location: Fine Hall 314

Tuesday, March 28

4:30pm5:30pm
Rational curves in projective space with fixed normal bundle
Algebraic Geometry Seminar
Speaker: Eric Riedl , University of Illinois at Chicago
Location: Fine Hall 322

Wednesday, March 29

2:30pm3:30pm
Applications of Noncommutative Harmonic Analysis in Engineering and the Applied Sciences
PACM IDeAS
Speaker: Gregory Chirikjian, Johns Hopkins University
Location: Fine Hall 224
3:00pm4:00pm
Singular values of random band matrices: Marchenko-Pastur law and more
Probability Seminar
Speaker: Alexander Soshnikov , UC Davis
Location: Fine Hall 214
4:30pm5:30pm
Tableaux combinatorics of hopping particles and Koornwinder polynomials
Department Colloquium
Speaker: Lauren Williams , IAS/UCBerkeley
Location: Fine Hall 314

Thursday, March 30

9:30am10:30am
The many forms of rigidity for symplectic embeddings
Symplectic Geometry Seminar
Speaker: Felix Schlenk , Universite de Neuchatel, Switzerland
Location: IAS Room S-101
10:45am11:45am
TBA - Dusa McDuff
Symplectic Geometry Seminar
Speaker: Dusa McDuff , Columbia University
Location: IAS Room S-101
2:00pm3:30pm
TBA - Ian Jauslin
Ergodic Theory & Statistical Mechanics
Speaker: Ian Jauslin , Institute for Advanced Study
Location: Jadwin Hall 111
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