Upcoming Events

Feb 22

Penny Smith, Lehigh University

A simplified proof of low energy removable codimension four singularities for the Yang-Mills-Higgs equations
Fine Hall 401 / -
Feb 25

Nicola Tarasca, Rutgers University

Vertex algebras and moduli of curves
IAS - Simonyi Hall Seminar Room SH-101 / -
Feb 25

Pei-Ken Hung, MIT

The linear stability of the Schwarzschild spacetime in the harmonic gauge
Fine Hall 314 / -
Feb 25

Alex Townsend, Cornell University

Why are so many matrices and tensors low-rank in computational mathematics?
Fine Hall 214 / -
Feb 26

Sergio Fenley, Florida State University

Partially hyperbolic diffeomorphisms homotopic to the identity in dimension 3
Fine Hall 601 / -
Feb 26

Hugo Duminil-Copin, IHES

Counting Self-Avoiding Walks on a Lattice, from Combinatorics to Physics
McDonnell Hall A02 / -
Feb 27

Oscar Perdomo, Central Connecticut State University

Spectra of the Laplace and Jacobi operator of cmc rotational hypersurfaces of spheres
Fine Hall 314 / -
Feb 27

Hugo Duminil-Copin, IHES

Sharp Threshold Phenomena in Percolation
McDonnell Hall A02 / -
Feb 28

Working Seminar in Algebraic Number Theory

Working Seminar in Algebraic Number Theory
IAS - Simonyi Hall Seminar Room SH-101 / -
Feb 28

Gregory Lupton, Cleveland State University

Towards a Digital Homotopy Theory
Fine Hall 214 / -
Feb 28

Katherine Raoux, Michigan State University/Bryn Mawr

τ-invariants for knots in rational homology spheres
Fine Hall 314 / -
Feb 28

Charles Collot, NYU

On singularities of the unsteady Prandtl’s equations
Fine Hall 322 / -
Feb 28

Carl Wang-Erickson, Imperial College London

TBD
IAS - Simonyi Hall Seminar Room SH-101 / -
Mar 01

Hugo Duminil-Copin, IHES

The Russo-Seymour-Welsh Theory for Dependent Percolation Models and its Applications
McDonnell Hall A02 / -
Mar 01

Beomjun Choi, Columbia University

"Special Geometric Analysis Seminar" Convergence of Gauss curvature flow to translating soliton
Fine Hall 314 / -
Mar 04

Joe Keir, University of Cambridge

TBD
Fine Hall 314 / -
Mar 04

Shay Moran, Princeton University

The Optimal Approximation Factor in Density Estimation
Fine Hall 214 / -