Past Events

2019-2020

Nov 14

Tomasz Mrowka, MIT

Bar Natan in the wild
Fine Hall 314 / -
Nov 14

Kai-Wen Lan, University of Minnesota

Local systems over Shimura varieties: a comparison of two constructions
Fine Hall 214 / -
Nov 14

Lise-Marie Imbert-Gérard, University of Maryland

Wave propagation in inhomogeneous media: An introduction to Generalized Plane Waves
Fine Hall 322 / -
Nov 14

Gunnar Carlsson, Stanford University

Survey of topological data analysis and applied topology
Fine Hall 214 / -
Nov 14

Marcin Pilipczuk, University of Warsaw

Randomized contractions meet lean decompositions
Fine Hall 224 / -
Nov 14

Konstantinos Varvarezos, Princeton University

Left-Orderable Groups and Dehn Surgery
Fine Hall 110 / -
Nov 13

Tarek Elgindi, University of California, San Diego

Singularity formation in incompressible fluids
Fine Hall 314 / -
Nov 13

Mikhail Karpukhin, University of California, Irvine

Isoperimetric inequalities for Laplacian eigenvalues: recent developments
Fine Hall 314 / -
Nov 12

Franco Rota, Rutgers University

Moduli spaces in the Kuznetsov component of a Fano threefold of index 2
Fine Hall 322 / -
Nov 12

Paul Bourgade, Courant Institute, NYU

Branching processes in random matrix theory and analytic number theory
Jadwin Hall A06 / -
Nov 12

Alex Hening, Tufts University

Stochastic persistence and extinction
Fine Hall 601 / -
Nov 11

Tamara Kolda, Sandia National Laboratories

Randomized Methods for Low-Rank Tensor Decomposition in Unsupervised Learning
Fine Hall 214 / -
Nov 11

Mike Usher, University of Georgia

Local rigidity and C^0 symplectic and contact topology
IAS - Simonyi Hall Seminar Room SH-101 / -
Nov 11

Hong Wang, IAS

Small cap decouplings
Fine Hall 314 / -
Nov 08

Song Sun, UC Berkeley and Minerva Distinguished Visitor

Singularity analysis in Kahler geometry
Fine Hall 214 / -
Nov 08

Linh Truong, IAS

Homology spheres, knots, and cobordisms
Fine Hall Professors' Lounge (PL) / -
Nov 07

Langte Ma, Brandeis University

Gluing and Surgery For Casson-Seiberg-Witten Invariant of Integral Homology S^1×S^3
Fine Hall 314 / -
Nov 07

Matthew Young, Texas A & M

The Weyl bound for Dirichlet L-functions
Fine Hall 214 / -
Nov 07

Alberto Bressan, Penn State University

Singularities and non-uniqueness for the 2-dimensional Euler equations
Fine Hall 322 / -
Nov 07

Ryan Alweiss, Princeton University

Improved bounds for sunflowers
Fine Hall 224 / -
Nov 07

Reinhard Schultz, University of California, Riverside

Isovariant homotopy theory, the Gap Hypothesis, and rational classification problems
Fine Hall 214 / -
Nov 07

Ben Lowe, Princeton University

The method of eastern philosophy
Fine Hall 110 / -
Nov 06

Ramon van Handel, Princeton University

The diabolical bubbles of H. Minkowski
Fine Hall 314 / -
Nov 06

Dimitrios Ntalampekos, Stony Brook University

Removability of planar sets: old and new results
Fine Hall 314 / -
Nov 06

Annika Heckel, LMU Munich

Non-concentration of the chromatic number of a random graph
Fine Hall 214 / -
Nov 05

Felix Janda, IAS

Counting curves on quintic threefolds
Fine Hall 322 / -
Nov 05

Morgane Austern, Microsoft Research

Limit theorems for random structures and functions of exchangeable structures
Fine Hall 601 / -
Nov 05

Song Sun, UC Berkeley and Minerva Distinguished Visitor

Singularity analysis in Kahler geometry
Fine Hall 224 / -
Nov 04

Percy Deift, New York University, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences

Universality in numerical computation
Fine Hall 214 / -
Nov 04

Catherine Canizzo, Stony Brook University

Homological mirror symmetry for a complex genus 2 curve
Fine Hall 224 / -