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Student Topology Seminar

 

Time:              Mon 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Location:        Math Tower 5-127
Organizers:    Jiahao Hu

A graduate student topology seminar discussing various cohomology theories and related numerical invariants.

 

Dynamics and Renormalization Seminar

 

Time:              Mon 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Location:        SCGP 313
Organizers:    Jonguk Yang and Dzmitry Dudko

This is a research seminar in dynamical systems and renormalization theory.

 

Special Algebra/Algebraic Geometry Seminar

 

Time:              Mon 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Location:        Math Tower P-131
Organizers:    Jason Starr

Seminar in algebra and algebraic geometry focused on lectures that do not quite fit in the weekly Algebraic Geometry Seminar.

 

Geometry/Topology Seminar

 

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

Differential geometry, geometric analysis, and some topology.

 

Student Stacks Seminar

 

Time:              Tue 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Location:        Math Tower 5-127
Organizers:    Ben Wu and Yoon-Joo Kim

This is a student learning seminar intended to learn the theory of algebraic stacks.

 

Graduate Student Seminar

 

Time:              Wed 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Location:        Math Tower P-131
Organizers:    Jacob Mazor and Myeongjae Lee

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 - 6:00pm
Location:        Math Tower P-131
Organizers:    Jason Starr

Seminar focused on research in algebraic geometry targeted at doctoral students, postdoctoral fellows, and faculty in algebraic geometry and related fields.

 

Analysis Student Seminar   

 

Time:              Wed 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Location:        Math Tower 5-127
Organizers:    Matthew Dannenberg and El Mehdi Ainasse

This graduate student seminar is an opportunity to learn in detail a specific topic from analysis.

 

Math Club   

 

Time:              Wed 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Location:        Math Tower P-131
Organizers:    Moira Chas

Weekly meeting of the Math Club, often with talks accessible to math majors.

 

Symplectic Geometry Seminar   

 

Time:              Thu 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Location:        Math Tower 5-127
Organizers:    Catherine Cannizzo, Andrew Hanlon, and Kevin Sackel

Research seminar on Topology and Symplectic Geometry

 

Analysis Seminar

 

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

Analysis, probability, geometric measure theory, analytic number theory etc.

 

Colloquium

 

Time:              Thu 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Location:        Math Tower P-131
Organizers:    Dennis Sullivan, Bob Hough, Ljudmila Kamenova, Dzmitry Dudko

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

 

Mirror Symmetry Reading Seminar

 

Time:              Fri 10:00am - 11:00am
Location:        Math Tower 5-127
Organizers:    Catherine Cannizzo, Andrew Hanlon, and Dahye Cho

Reading seminar on Mirror Symmetry. This semester, we focus on the Gross-Siebert Program.

 

RTG Student Seminar

 

Time:              Fri 11:00am - 12:00pm
Location:        Math Tower 5-127
Organizers:    Sam Auyeung and Jiahao Hu

A graduate student seminar supported by the Research and Training Grant.

 

Professional Development Seminar

 

Time:               Fri 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Location:        Math Tower P-131
Organizers:    Christian Schnell

Professional development and career advice for graduate students and postdocs.

 

Student Differential Geometry Seminar   

 

Time:              Fri 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Location:        Math Tower 5-127
Organizers:    Jordan Rainone and El Mehdi Ainasse

This semester we will study the inhomogenous $\bar\partial$-equation and its (complex) geometric applications.

More precisely, the goal of this seminar is three-fold: (1) studying bits and pieces of several complex variables (SCV) with an analytic introduction to the $\bar\partial$-operator, (2) covering some basics in complex differential geometry with a geometric take on the $\bar\partial$-operator, and then (3) exploring applications of the ($L^2$ theory) of the $\bar\partial$-operator to various geometric problems.

 

Student Algebraic Geometry Seminar

 

Time:               Fri 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Location:        Math Tower 5-127
Organizers:    Lisa Marquand and Nathan Chen

This is a weekly seminar for graduate students. The aim of the seminar is to learn a specific topic in algebraic geometry each semester. Only first year courses and the basics of algebraic geometry is assumed.

 

Dynamics Seminar

 

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

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

 

Several Complex Variables Working Group

 

Time:               Fri 2:30pm - 4:30pm
Location:        Math Tower 4-130
Organizers:    Dror Varolin

Discussion of current and classic articles in Several Complex Variables

 

Geometric Analysis Learning Seminar

 

Time:               Fri 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Location:        Math Tower P-131
Organizers:    Xiuxiong Chen and Demetre Kazaras

This weekly seminar is for detailed discussions on classical works in Geometric Analysis, broadly interpreted.

 

Seminar in Smooth 4-Manifolds


Time:               Sat 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Location:        Math Tower 4-130
Organizers:    
Miao Song and Yinzhe Gao

It is a reading seminar following Donaldson's book "The Geometry of Four Manifolds".