Past Events

2018-2019

Feb 27

Jose Rodriguez, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Euclidean distance degrees and nearest point problems
Fine Hall 224 / -
Feb 26

Hugo Duminil-Copin, IHES

Counting Self-Avoiding Walks on a Lattice, from Combinatorics to Physics
McDonnell Hall A02 / -
Feb 26

Sergio Fenley, Florida State University

Partially hyperbolic diffeomorphisms homotopic to the identity in dimension 3
Fine Hall 601 / -
Feb 25

Nicola Tarasca, Rutgers University

Vertex algebras and moduli of curves
IAS - Simonyi Hall Seminar Room SH-101 / -
Feb 25

Alex Townsend, Cornell University

Why are so many matrices and tensors low-rank in computational mathematics?
Fine Hall 214 / -
Feb 25

Pei-Ken Hung, MIT

The linear stability of the Schwarzschild spacetime in the harmonic gauge
Fine Hall 314 / -
Feb 22

Penny Smith, Lehigh University

A simplified proof of low energy removable codimension four singularities for the Yang-Mills-Higgs equations
Fine Hall 401 / -
Feb 21

Adam Saltz (University of Georgia)

Link homology, bridge trisections, and invariants of knotted surfaces
Fine Hall 314 / -
Feb 21

Eduardo Garcia-Juarez, University of Pennsylvania

Global regularity for Muskat and Boussinesq patches
Fine Hall 322 / -
Feb 21

Patrick Allen, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

Automorphy of mod 3 representations over CM fields
Fine Hall 214 / -
Feb 21

Michael Krivelevich, Tel Aviv

Complete minors in graphs without sparse cuts
Fine Hall 224 / -
Feb 21

Working Seminar in Algebraic Number Theory

Working Seminar in Algebraic Number Theory
Fine Hall 1201 / -
Feb 21

Steven Damelin, American Mathematical Society, University of Michigan Ann Arbor

Shape Space, Recognition, Minimal Distortion, Vision Groups and Applications
TBD / -
Feb 21

Rohil Prasad, Princeton University

The dynamics of contact manifolds
Fine Hall 110 / -
Feb 20

Ailana Fraser, The University of British Columbia

Eigenvalue extremal problems in two and higher dimensions
Fine Hall 314 / -
Feb 20

Lu Wang, University of Wisconsin-Madison/IAS

Topological uniqueness of self-expanders of small entropy
Fine Hall 314 / -
Feb 20

Charles Bordenave, Toulouse

Cutoff for random walks on covered expander graphs
Fine Hall 214 / -
Feb 18

Shizhang Li, Columbia University

An example of liftings with different Hodge numbers
Fine Hall 314 / -
Feb 18

Jörn Dunkel, MIT

Symmetry breaking and pattern formation in soft matter and active fluids
Fine Hall 214 / -
Feb 18

Robin Neumayer, IAS

On minimizers and critical points for anisotropic isoperimetric problems
Fine Hall 314 / -
Feb 14

Xuezhang Chen, Nanjing University

Rigidity theorems of the Obata equation on compact manifolds with boundary
Fine Hall 110 / -
Feb 14

Peter Lambert-Cole (Georgia tech)

Bridge trisections and the Thom conjecture
Fine Hall 314 / -
Feb 14

Dallas Albritton, University of Minnesota

Recent developments in regularity theory of the Navier-Stokes equations
Fine Hall 322 / -
Feb 14

Emmanuel Lecouturier, Tsinghua University

An application of a Conjecture of Mazur-Tate to Supersingular Elliptic Curves
IAS Room S-101 / -
Feb 14

Ron Aharoni, Technion, Haifa

Rainbow independent sets and collapsibility
Fine Hall 224 / -
Feb 14

Ryan Alweiss, Princeton University

Expander graphs
Fine Hall 110 / -
Feb 13

Brandon Seward, Courant Institute NYU

Bernoulli shifts and entropy theory
Fine Hall 314 / -
Feb 13

Xin Zhou, University of California Santa Barbara and IAS

Multiplicity One Conjecture in Min-max theory
Fine Hall 314 / -
Feb 12

Frank Hansen, Tohoku University

The classification of geodesically convex trace functions with applications to the theory of multivariate operator means and quantum physics
Jadwin Hall 343 / -
Feb 11

Victoria Cantoral-Farfán, International Centre for Theoretical Physics

On the algebraic Sato–Tate conjecture for abelian varieties
Fine Hall 314 / -