Stony Brook Mathematics Department and Institute for Mathematical Sciences Seminars

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Representation Theory Student Seminar   

Time:              Sun 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Location:        Math Tower 4-125 (Common Room)
Organizers:    Jin-Cheng Guu

We aim to classify all finite dimensional representations of compact Lie groups and look at explicit examples (classical compact groups).


Algebraic Geometry Learning Seminar   

Time:              Mon 4:15pm - 5:15pm
Location:        Math Tower 5-127
Organizers:    Alexandra Viktorova

In this seminar we will be reading Beauville's Complex Algebraic Surfaces and parts of chapters 3 and 4 from Hartshorne's Algebraic Geometry. We are going to discuss the books and do some examples and exercises.


Student Differential Geometry Seminar   

Time:              Mon 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Location:        Math Tower 5-127
Organizers:    Lisandra Hernandez and Marlon de Oliveira Gomes

The goal of the Student Differential Geometry Seminar is to discuss current topics and techniques in Differential geometry aimed at graduate students and postdocs. This semester will be dedicated to discussing manifolds of Positive Scalar Curvature.


Grad/Postdoc Professional Development Seminar

Time:               Tue 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Location:        Math Tower P-131
Organizers:    Christian Schnell and Christopher Bishop

This is a seminar for graduate students and postdocs. We talk about career-related skills (such as applying for jobs, writing grant proposals, giving talks), and we have many guest speakers (from the tech sector, finance, teaching colleges, government jobs, etc.), to find out about job options for people with a PhD in mathematics.


Geometry/Topology Seminar

Time:              Tue 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Location:        Math Tower P-131
Organizers:   Xiuxiong Chen and  Marcus Khuri


The Directed Reading Program in Math   

Time:              Tue 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Location:        Math Tower 5-127
Organizers:    Timothy Alland

The Directed Reading Program (DRP) in Mathematics at Stony Brook is an opportunity for undergraduates to explore advanced mathematical topics through individually-focused pairings with a graduate student mentor.


First and Second Year Student Seminar

Time:              Tue 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Location:        Math Tower 5-127
Organizers:    Tim Ryan and Demetre Kazaras

The aim of the seminar is to provide first and second year Ph.D. students with the tools that they may need for starting research while at Stony Brook.


Graduate Student Seminar

Time:              Wed 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Location:        Math Tower P-131
Organizers:    Lisa Marquand and Jiahao Hu

This seminar is an opportunity for any graduate student to practice giving a good talk on any topic they find particularly interesting. We will have an array of speakers from all years of graduate study, and topics will cover a broad range of Mathematics.


Dynamics Learning Seminar

Time:              Wed 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Location:        Math Tower P-131
Organizers:    Jonguk Yang

This seminar is designed for mini-courses of three or four lectures each on various themes of dynamics.


Algebraic Geometry Seminar

Time:              Wed 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Location:        Math Tower P-131
Organizers:    Mark De Cataldo


Analysis Student Seminar   

Time:              Wed 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Location:        Math Tower 5-127
Organizers:    Jack Burkart and Silvia Ghinassi

We are a learning seminar for topics that touch real and complex analysis, probability, and dynamical systems. The topic rotates on a semester by semester basis. This semester, we will be studying classical Loewner theory Schramm-Loewner evolution.


Math Club   

Time:              Wed 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Location:        Math Tower 5-127
Organizers:    Moira Chas

The math club talks are aimed to all people with mathematical interest. Most talks assume only basic ideas of mathematics. 


Seminar in Topology and Symplectic Geometry

Time:              Thu 1:00pm - 3:00pm
Location:        Math Tower 5-127
Organizers:    Guangbo Xu


Analysis Seminar

Time:              Thu 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Location:        Math Tower P-131
Organizers:    Christopher Bishop, Bob Hough, Raanan Schul

Topics are usually analysis in a very broad sense, in particular topics may include analytic number theory, probability, geometric function theory and measure theory.



Time:              Thu 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Location:        Math Tower P-131
Organizers:    Leon Takhtajan, Bob Hough, Ljudmila Kamenova

The colloquium is intended for a general mathematical audience, including graduate students and researchers from all fields of mathematics.


RTG Student Seminar

Time:              Fri 10:00am - 11:00am
Location:        Math Tower 5-127
Organizers:    Ben Wu and Nathan Chen

This semester we will be studying Higgs bundles on compact Kähler manifolds with the aim of understanding Simpson’s non-abelian Hodge theorem. 


Geometric Group Theory Seminar

Time:               Fri 11:00am - 12:00pm
Location:        Math Tower 5-127
Organizers:    Tobias Shin

The seminar will focus on topics in geometric group theory, including low dimensional topology and geometry, mapping class groups and Teichmüller theory.


Student Algebraic Geometry Seminar

Time:               Fri 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Location:        Math Tower 5-127
Yoonjoo Kim and Frederik Benirschke

The aim of this seminar is to learn Hodge theory, from the basics to more elaborate methods. We are going to follow the book "Period mappings and period domains" by Carlson, Muller-Stach and Peters.


Dynamics Seminar

Time:               Fri 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Location:        Math Tower P-131
Jonguk Yang

This is a research seminar in dynamical systems and related aspects of analysis, geometry, and probability.


Geometric Analysis Learning Seminar

Time:               Fri 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Location:        Math Tower P-131
Demetre Kazaras

This seminar focuses on Geometric Analysis in the large, with an emphasis on long-form (2 hour) presentations by graduate students on classical subjects and papers. Non-graduate students are also welcome to attend and speak -- contemporary research topics are appropriate as well. Areas include, but are not limited to: complex geometry, Riemannian geometry and geometric PDEs.