Past Events

2018-2019

Oct 02

Remy van Dobben de Bruyn, Princeton University

Automorphisms of categories of schemes
Fine Hall 401 / -
Oct 02

Lisa Hartung (NYU)

From 1 to 3 and 3 to 6 in branching Brownian motion
Fine Hall 801 / -
Oct 01

Mykhaylo Shkolnikov, Princeton University

Particles interacting through their hitting times: neuron firing, supercooling and systemic risk
Fine Hall 214 / -
Sep 28

Lev Buhovski, Tel Aviv University

Bounding the Poisson bracket invariant on surfaces
Fine Hall 314 / -
Sep 28

Melanie Wood, Minerva Distinguished Visitor

Distributions of class groups of number fields
Fine Hall 314 / -
Sep 27

Aaron Naber, Northwestern University & Minerva Distinguished Visitor

Reifenberg Theory for Sets and Measures
Fine Hall 110 / -
Sep 27

Jason Behrstock, CUNY

Random graphs and applications to Coxeter groups
Fine Hall 314 / -
Sep 27

Kengo Nakai, U. Tokyo

Machine-learning inference of fluid variables from data using reservoir computing
Fine Hall 322 / -
Sep 27

Margaret Readdy, University of Kentucky

Geometric proofs of some combinatorial identities of Morel
Fine Hall 224 / -
Sep 27

David Recio-Mitter, Lehigh University

Topological robotics and braid groups
Fine Hall 214 / -
Sep 27

John Anderson, Princeton University

Fourier Multipliers, Pseudodifferential Operators, and Fourier Integral Operators in PDE.
Fine Hall 110 / -
Sep 26

Ciprian Demeter, Indiana University Bloomington

Decoupling and applications
Fine Hall 314 / -
Sep 26

Vladimir Matveev, University of Jena

How to reconstruct a metric by its unparametrized geodesics
Fine Hall 314 / -
Sep 25

Jakub Witaszek, Institute for Advanced Study

On the Minimal Model Program in low characteristics
Fine Hall 322 / -
Sep 24

Marty Golubitsky, Ohio State University

Homeostasis, Catastrophes, and Networks
Fine Hall 214 / -
Sep 24

Monica Visan, UCLA

KdV is well posed on H^{-1}
Fine Hall 314 / -
Sep 20

Aaron Naber, Northwestern University & Minerva Distinguished Visitor

Reifenberg Theory for Sets and Measures
Fine Hall 1001 / -
Sep 20

Preston Wake, IAS

Eisenstein ideal with squarefree level
Fine Hall 214 / -
Sep 20

Nathan Dowlin, Columbia University

Link invariants related to knot Floer homology and Khovanov homology
Fine Hall 314 / -
Sep 20

Ali Mani, Stanford

Mini-stories about using computer simulations to understand particle-laden flows
Fine Hall 322 / -
Sep 20

Ehud Friedgut, Weizmann Institute

The sharp threshold criterion and the container method; chisel and hammer
Fine Hall 224 / -
Sep 20

Evan O’Dorney

A number theorist's introduction to Galois cohomology
Fine Hall 110 / -
Sep 19

Xinwen Zhu, Caltech

Hilbert’s twenty-first problem for p-adic varieties
Fine Hall 314 / -
Sep 19

Florian Johne, University of Tuebingen

List's flow with surgery on three-manifolds
Fine Hall 314 / -
Sep 19

Yuri Bakhtin, Courant

Ergodic theory of the stochastic Burgers equation
Fine Hall 214 / -
Sep 18

Kenny Ascher, Princeton University

Compactifying the moduli space of degree one del Pezzo surfaces via elliptic fibrations
Fine Hall 322 / -
Sep 18

Michael Kiessling, Rutgers University

Do particles and anti-particles really annihilate each other?
Jadwin Hall 343 / -
Sep 17

Jianfeng Lu, Duke University

Diagrammatic algorithms for open quantum systems
Fine Hall 214 / -
Sep 17

Olga Turanova, IAS

Connections between PDEs of porous medium type and free boundary problems
Fine Hall 314 / -
Sep 27

Charlotte Chan (Princeton University)

Towards a p-adic Deligne--Lusztig theory
IAS - Simonyi Hall Seminar Room SH-101 / -