Past Events

2007-2008

Feb 14

Kevin Ford, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Prime Chains and Pratt trees
Fine Hall 214 / -
Feb 14

Jakob Fox, Princeton University

Ramsey numbers of sparse graphs and hypergraphs
Fine Hall 314 / -
Feb 14

Mikko Stenlund, Courant Institute, NYU

Quenched Central Limit Theorem for Random Toral Automorphism
Fine Hall 401 / -
Feb 14

Sucharit Sarkar, Princeton University

An Outline of the h-Cobordism Theorem
Fine Hall 214 / -
Feb 13

Erez Lapid, Hebrew University

Volume of polytopes, operator analogues, and Arthur's trace formula
Fine Hall 314 / -
Feb 12

Dimitris Bertsimas, MIT

Prediction of health care costs via data-mining and algorithmic discovery of medical knowledge
EQuad - E219 / -
Feb 12

Ravi Vakil, Stanford University

Reimagining universal covers and fundamental groups in algebraic and arithmetic geometry
Fine Hall 322 / -
Feb 11

Moses Charikar, Princeton University

New Insights into Semidefinite Programming for Combinatorial Optimization
Fine Hall 214 / -
Feb 11

Alex Himonas, University of Notre Dame

Non-uniform dependence for the Periodic CH equation
Fine Hall 110 / -
Feb 08

Alice Chang, Princeton University

Compactness of conformally compact Einstein manifolds of dimension 3+1
Fine Hall 314 / -
Feb 07

Xiaoqing Li, SUNY at Buffalo

The subconvexity bounds for L-functions
Fine Hall 214 / -
Feb 07

Daniel Král', Charles University, Prague

The circular chromatic index of graphs of high girth
Fine Hall 314 / -
Feb 07

Sasha Fradkin, Princeton University

The Probabilistic Method and A Classical Result of Erdos
Fine Hall 214 / -
Feb 06

Bill Goldman, University of Maryland

Projective geometry on manifolds
Fine Hall 314 / -
Feb 06

Peter Tingley, University of California, Berkeley

Three combinatorial models for affine sl(n) crystals, with applications to cylindric plane partitions
Fine Hall 214 / -
Feb 06

Kai-Wen Lan, Harvard University

Arithmetic compactifications of PEL-type Shimura varieties
Fine Hall 314 / -
Feb 06

Ramon van Handel, California Institute of Technology

Hidden Markov models, Markov chains in random environments, and systems theory
EQuad - E219 / -
Dec 20

Martin Bridson, Imperial College

Subdirect products of surfaces, homological finiteness, and residually-free groups
Fine Hall 314 / -
Dec 14

Yuxin Ge, Université Paris-Est Créteil - UPEC

On the $\sigma_2$-scalar curvature and its application
Fine Hall 314 / -
Dec 13

Ben Webster, IAS

Components of Springer fibers and Khovanov's arc algebra
Fine Hall 314 / -
Dec 13

Andrei Negut, Princeton University

Attractors with Large Invisible Parts
Fine Hall 401 / -
Dec 12

Thomas Spencer, IAS

Random matrices, statistical mechanics and hyperbolic supersymmetry
Jadwin Hall 343 / -
Dec 10

Tony Cai, University of Pennsylvania

Optimality in Large-Scale Multiple Testing
Friends Center 008 / -
Dec 10

Iain Couzin, Princeton University

Collective motion and decision-making in animal groups
Fine Hall 214 / -
Dec 07

Pedram Safari, Harvard University

Gluing Monopoles
Fine Hall 314 / -
Dec 06

John Baldwin, Columbia University

Comultiplication and the Ozsvath-Szabo contact invariant
Fine Hall 314 / -
Dec 06

Jan Bruinier, University of Cologne

Heegner Divisors, L-Functions and Harmonic Weak Maass Forms
Fine Hall 214 / -
Dec 06

Wesley Pegden, Rutgers University

Critical triangle-free graphs with lots of edges
Fine Hall 224 / -
Dec 06

Aleksey Zinger, Stony Brook University

Mirror symmetry for Gromov-Witten invariants of a quintic threefold
Fine Hall 224 / -
Dec 05

Clifford Taubes, Harvard University

Contact structures in dimension 3 and the Seiberg-Witten equations
Fine Hall 314 / -