**Fall 2022 Seminars**

To see the calendar of all Math Department and IMS events click HERE.

The list of currently online seminars is available HERE.

Note: This list is only available to members of Stony Brook University.

**Time:** Mon 4:00pm - 5:00pm**Location:** Math Tower 5-127**Organizers:** Jacob Mazor

The Analysis Student Seminar is an opportunity for graduate students to present on and discuss classical and modern results and techniques in analysis.

**Time:** Tue 4:30pm - 6:00pm**Location:** Math Tower P-131**Organizers:** Xiuxiong Chen , Marcus Khuri and Claude LeBrun

A traditional central focus of the seminar is global Riemannian geometry. However, many other differential-geometric topics, such as symplectic topology, contact geometry, several complex variables, complex algebraic geometry, and General Relativity have all been the focus of many previous talks. The lectures are intended for a broad audience of mathematicians, and we encourage our speakers to begin their talks at an easily accessible, colloquium-style level.

**Time:** Wed 1:00pm - 2:00pm**Location:** Math Tower P-131**Organizers:** Vinicius Canto Costa and Samuelsen Filip

The Graduate Student Seminar is a seminar by and for math PhD students. It gives students a chance to practice their math-talking skills and share about whatever math-adjacent topic they like! First years are not expected to give a talk but are more than welcome to!

**Time:** Wed 2:30pm - 3:30pm**Location:** Math Tower P-131**Organizers:** Dzmitry Dudko and James Waterman

A seminar on Dynamical Systems.

**Time:** Wed 4:00pm - 5:30pm**Location:** Math Tower P-131**Organizers:** Robert Lazarsfeld and Olivier Martin

Weekly seminar for the algebraic geometry group.

Student Differential Geometry Seminar

**Time:** Wed 4:00pm - 5:00pm**Location:** Math Tower 5-127**Organizers:** Paul Sweeney

The Student Differential Geometry Seminar is an opportunity for graduate students to present on and discuss topics and techniques in differential geometry.

Math Club General Body Meeting

**Time:** Wed 5:30pm - 7:00pm**Location:** Math Tower P-131**Organizers:** Math Club Executive Board: Mei Rose Connor, Brian Nelson, Romain Popescu, Ruipeng Zou, Adam Tsou

This is the General Body Meeting (GBM) for Math Club. We host guest speakers, both students and faculty, as well as special activities such as LaTeX workshops and graduate school panels. We hold collaborative activities with other clubs, and multidisciplinary activities such as math-related craft nights.

Geometric Analysis Learning Seminar

**Time:** Wed 7:30pm - 10:30pm**Location:** Math Tower 5-127**Organizers:** Jingrui Cheng and Jian Wang

For graduate students to read and present classical papers.

Low Dimensional Topology and Gauge Theory Seminar

**Time:** Thu 2:45pm - 4:15pm**Location:** Math Tower 4-130**Organizers:** Olga Plamenevskaya , and Saman Habibi Esfahani

We will be discussing recent papers in the area of low dimensional topology, gauge theory and symplectic geometry, which could range from chatting about new arxiv postings to in-depth discussion of some topics of interest.

**Time:** Thu 4:30pm - 5:30pm**Location:** Math Tower P-131**Organizers****:** Jingrui Cheng, Theo Drivas, Bob Hough, Robert Lazarsfeld

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

**Time:** Fri 11:00am - 12:00pm**Location:** Math Tower P-131**Organizers:** Christopher Bishop, Theodore Drivas, Bob Hough, Dimitrios Ntalampekos, Raanan Schul

The analysis seminar covers a wide range of topics which can broadly be interpreted as "analysis". These include, for example, Probability; Analytic Number Theory; Geometric Function Theory; Geometric Measure Theory; Harmonic Analysis; Computational Geometry; Metric Geometry; Quasiconformal and Quasisymmetric Mappings; Several Complex Variables; and Partial Differential Equations.

Seminar on Topology,geometry, discretization and algorithms

**Time:** Fri 12:20pm - 2:20pm**Location:** Math Tower 4-130**Organizers:** Dennis Sullivan

Combinatorial topology and exterior algebra combine to create a spatial discretization optimally compatible with differential forms , multi vector fields and their algebraic symmetries. Computational algorithms related to nonlinear PDE can be naturally formulated. Other speakers will report on Navier Stokes and 3D fluid computations.

Student Algebraic Geometry Seminar

**Time:** Fri 2:30pm - 3:30pm**Location:** Math Tower 5-127**Organizers:** Mads Villadsen and Myeongjae Lee

A learning seminar for students in algebraic geometry.

Student Reading Seminar on Intersection Theory

**Time:** Sat 2:00pm - 5:00pm**Location:** Math Tower 4-130**Organizers:** Zhengze Xin, Xuande Liu

This is an informal student seminar on Algebraic Geometry, the topics will depend on the organizers interests. Our first topic would be the intersection theory, and the main reference is Fulton's Intersection Theory. We would probably cover the first eight chapters, and further topics if time permits.