Seminars: Colloquium Series

Date
Time
Venue
Speaker
Affiliation
Title of Talk
15 Jun 2017
16:00

S17 #04-05 SR2
William Hugh Woodin
Harvard University
Beyond the age of independence by forcing?
24 May 2017
14:00

S17 #04-06 SR1
Emmanuel Ullmo
Institut des Hautes Études Scientifiques (IHES)
Bi-Algebraic Arithmetic and Bi-Algebraic Geometry
03 May 2017
14:00

S17 #04-06 SR1
Gerard Besson
Universite de grenoble
Some open subsets of S3
12 Apr 2017
14:00

S17 #04-06 SR1
05 Apr 2017
14:00

S17 #04-06 SR1
Yuri Kabanov
Université de Franche-Comté
Arbitrage Theory under Transaction Costs
08 Feb 2017
15:00

S17 #04-06 SR1
Pingwen Zhang
Peking University
The Mathematics of Defects in Liquid Crystals
25 Jan 2017
14:00

S17 #04-06 SR1
Thibault Damour
Institut des Hautes Etudes Scientifiques
Gravitational Waves and Coalescing Black Holes
18 Jan 2017
14:00

S17 #04-06 SR1
11 Jan 2017
15:00

S17 #04-06 SR1
Van Vu
Yale University
Roots of random polynomials
10 Jan 2017
15:00

S17 #04-06 SR1
07 Sep 2016
14:00

S17 #04-06 SR1
Peter Forrester
University of Melbourne
Invariant measures, volumes and random lattices
31 Aug 2016
14:00

S17 #04-06 SR1
Melvin Leok
University of California, San Diego
Geometric Numerical Integration and Computational Geometric Mechanics
03 Aug 2016
09:30

S17 #04-06 SR1
01 Aug 2016
11:00

S17 #04-06 SR1
Van Vu
Yale University
Random matrices have simple spectrum
25 May 2016
14:30

S17 #04-06 SR1
Ben Green
University of Oxford
Permutations and number theory
20 May 2016
11:00

S17 #04-06 SR1
Phillip A. Griffiths
Institute for Advanced Study
A Tale of Two Mathematicians
04 May 2016
14:00

S17 #04-06 SR1
Xu Xingwang
National University of Singapore
Negative gradient flow and scalar curvature functions
13 Apr 2016
14:00

S17 #04-06 SR1
Thaleia Zariphopoulou
The University of Texas at Austin
Stochastic modeling and optimization methods in investments
06 Apr 2016
14:00

S17 #04-06 SR1
Arieh Iserles
University of Cambridge
Fast computation of the semiclassical Schrödinger equation
23 Mar 2016
14:00

S17 #04-06 SR1
Roger Howe
Yale University
Small representations of finite groups

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