Past Events

2008-2009

Apr 07

Jarod Alper, Columbia University

Constructing moduli spaces of objects with infinite automorphisms
Fine Hall 322 / -
Apr 07

Christian Hainzl, University of Alabama, Birmingham

Coupling Einstein's equations to Dirac spinors can prevent the big bang/crunch singularity in the Friedmann model
Jadwin Hall 343 / -
Apr 06

Alexei Poltoratski, Texas A&M University

Entire functions and gap theorems
Fine Hall 110 / -
Apr 03

Robin Graham, IAS

11-dimensional supergravity and Dirichlet problem for forms on asymptotically hyperbolic spaces
Fine Hall 314 / -
Apr 03

Jeff Kahn, Rutgers University

The number of 3-SAT functions
Fine Hall 224 / -
Apr 02

Edward Frenkel, University of California - Berkeley

A rigid irregular connection on the projective line
Fine Hall 214 / -
Apr 02

Robert Lipshitz, Columbia University

Bordered Floer homology: bimodules and computations
Fine Hall 314 / -
Apr 02

Thierry Bodineau, IAS

Large deviations of the current and phase transitions
Fine Hall 401 / -
Apr 02

Ali Altug, Princeton University

Poisson summation formula
Fine Hall 314 / -
Apr 01

Ovidiu Savin, Columbia University

On a conjecture of De Giorgi
Fine Hall 314 / -
Mar 31

Detlev Buchholz, University of Göttingen

Warped Convolutions: A novel tool in the construction of quantum field theories
Jadwin Hall 343 / -
Mar 31

Nicolas Templier, IAS

Arakelov invariants on modular curves
Fine Hall 322 / -
Mar 30

Cedric Villani, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon and IAS

Landau damping
Fine Hall 110 / -
Mar 30

Olgica Milenkovic, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

On the interplay between coding theory and compressed sensing
Fine Hall 214 / -
Mar 27

Knut Smoczyk, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität, Hannover

On the structure of Lagrangian submanifolds
Fine Hall 314 / -
Mar 26

Maryam Mirzakhani, Princeton University

Recurrence of random paths and counting closed geodesics in strata
Fine Hall 314 / -
Mar 26

Ching-Li Chai, University of Pennsylvania

CM liftings of abelian varieties
Fine Hall 214 / -
Mar 26

Po-Shen Loh, Princeton University and UCLA

Avoiding small subgraphs in Achlioptas processes
Fine Hall 224 / -
Mar 26

Manfred Denker, Pennsylvania State University

Local limit theorems in ergodic theory
Fine Hall 401 / -
Mar 26

Po-Shen Loh, Princeton University and UCLA

Sum-product estimates via combinatorial geometry
Fine Hall 314 / -
Mar 25

Cedric Villani, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon and IAS

What goes on in a plasma
Fine Hall 314 / -
Mar 23

Matei Machedon, University of Maryland

On the evolution of solutions to a many-body Schrödinger equation
Fine Hall 110 / -
Mar 23

Robert Strain, Princeton University

Lower bounds on the blow-up rate of the axisymmetric Navier-Stokes equations
Fine Hall 110 / -
Mar 23

Zhaohua Wu, Florida State University

The Empirical Mode Decomposition: the method, its progress, and open questions
Fine Hall 214 / -
Mar 19

Matthew Emerton, Northwestern University

p-adically completed cohomology and the p-adic Langlands program
IAS Room S-101 / -
Mar 13

Claude LeBrun, SUNY at Stony Brook

The Einstein-Weyl Equations, Scattering Maps, and Holomorphic Disks
Fine Hall 314 / -
Mar 13

Claude Le Bris, University of Minnesota

Parallel-in-time algorithms and long-time integration
Fine Hall 224 / -
Mar 12

Ben McReynolds, University of Chicago

Congruence subgroup problem for mapping class groups
Fine Hall 314 / -
Mar 12

Roman Holowinsky, University of Toronto

The Rudnick-Sarnak Conjectures
IAS Room S-101 / -
Mar 12

Van Vu, Rutgers University

Inverse Littlewood-Offord theory, Smooth Analysis and the Circular Law
Fine Hall 224 / -