Past Events

2017-2018

May 17

Daniel Kriz, Princeton university

A new p-adic Maass-Shimura operator and supersingular Rankin-Selberg p-adic L-functions
Fine Hall 214 / -
May 14

Boaz Nadler, Weizmann Institute of Science

Unsupervised Ensemble Regression: Making accurate predictions while knowing (almost) nothing
Fine Hall 214 / -
May 11

Ljudmila Kamenova, Stony Brook University

On Kobayashi's conjectures and Kobayashi quotients
Fine Hall 314 / -
May 10

Cole Hugelmeyer, Princeton University

Inscribed Trefoil Knots.
Fine Hall 314 / -
May 10

Chao Li, Columbia University

Goldfeld's conjecture and congruences between Heegner points
Fine Hall 214 / -
May 10

David Goluskin, University of Victoria

Studying nonlinear dynamics using semidefinite programming
Fine Hall 322 / -
May 10

Martin Loebl, Charles U., Prague

Isomorphism of weighted trees and Stanley's conjecture for caterpillars.
Fine Hall 224 / -
May 09

Simone Warzel, TU - Munich

Localization-delocalization transitions in random matrix models
Fine Hall 214 / -
May 08

Ziyang Gao, Princeton University

Towards counting rational points on genus g curves
Fine Hall 214 / -
May 03

Luca Martinazzi, University of Padova

A new gluing phenomenon for metrics of prescribed Q-curvature in dimension 6
Fine Hall 401 / -
May 03

David Treumann, Boston College

K-theory of mirror pairs
Fine Hall 314 / -
May 03

Francesco Baldassarri, University of Padova

A p-adically entire function with integral values on Qp and p-adic Fourier expansions.
Fine Hall 214 / -
May 03

Shenwei Huang, Simon Fraser University

Coloring (cap, even hole)-free graphs
Fine Hall 224 / -
May 03

Ilya Khayutin, Princeton University

Genus Orbits of Torsion Points on Tori with Complex Multiplication
Fine Hall 601 / -
May 03

Daniel Kriz, Princeton University

Emmy Noether and the Methods of Rationality
Fine Hall 110 / -
May 02

Nikos Frantzikinakis, University of Crete

The Möbius disjointness conjecture of Sarnak for ergodic weights
Fine Hall 314 / -
May 02

Antonio De Rosa, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University

Anisotropic counterpart of Allard’s rectifiability theorem and applications.
Fine Hall 314 / -
May 02

Peter Doerschuk, Cornell University

Computational characterization of heterogeneity of particles visualized by single-particle cryo electron microscopy
Fine Hall 224 / -
May 01

Ashay Burungale, IAS

A converse to a theorem of Gross--Zagier, Kolyvagin and Rubin, II
IAS Room S-101 / -
May 01

Charlie Stibitz, Princeton University

Etale covers and local fundamental groups.
Fine Hall 322 / -
Apr 30

David Blei, Columbia University

Scaling and Generalizing Bayesian Inference
Fine Hall 214 / -
Apr 30

Mark McLean, Stony Brook University

Birational Calabi-Yau manifolds have the same small quantum products
IAS Room S-101 / -
Apr 30

Benoit Pausader, Brown University

Stability of the Minkowski space for the Einstein-Klein-Gordon system
Fine Hall 314 / -
Apr 27

Zeev Dvir

What's Happening in Fine Hall? Seminar: Polynomial Identity Testing
Fine Hall Common Room / -
Apr 26

Jonathan Pila, University of Oxford

Ax-Schanuel results for Shimura varieties
Fine Hall 214 / -
Apr 26

Thibault de Poyferré, University of California, Berkeley

Gravity water waves and emerging bottom
Fine Hall 322 / -
Apr 26

Ciprian Manolescu, University of California, Los Angeles

A sheaf-theoretic model for SL(2,C) Floer homology
Fine Hall 314 / -
Apr 26

Prasit Bhattacharya, University of Virginia

Higher associativity of Moore spectra and $(p)$-local Adams conjecture.
Fine Hall 110 / -
Apr 26

Angel Castro, ICMAT, Spain

Degraded mixing solutions for the incompressible porous media
Lewis Library 121 / -
Apr 26

Ziquan Zhuang, Princeton University

Seshadri constants and local positivity
Fine Hall 110 /