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Eberly College of Science Mathematics Department

Department of Mathematics Colloquium

Thursdays from 03:35pm to 04:25pm in MB114

The Colloquium is on Thursdays, 3:35- 4:25PM in 114 McAllister Building..
The Colloquium is preceded by refreshments (departmental tea) at 3:15 PM.
23 Jan 2014Vladimir ItskovA topological approach for uncovering hidden structure in neural activity.
30 Jan 2014Carina Curto, University of Nebraska-LincolnA geometric approach to understanding neural codes in recurrent networks
6 Feb 2014Claudiu Raicu, Princeton UniversitySyzygies of Veronese embeddings
13 Feb 2014Wojbor Woyczynski, Case Western Reserve UniversityEvolution equations driven by nonlocal infinitesimal generators and their probabilistic interpretations
20 Feb 2014Jeffrey Case, Princeton UniversitySharp Gagliardo--Nirenberg--Sobolev inequalities and conformal geometry
27 Feb 2014Jeffrey Adams, University of MarylandThe Atlas of Lie Groups and representations
6 Mar 2014Vadim Kaloshin, University of MarylandQuasiergodic hypothesis and Arnold Diffusion in dimension 3
20 Mar 2014Abhay Ashtekar, Department of Physics, Penn State UniversityHow black holes grow: An interplay between geometry and physics
3 Apr 2014Jianfeng Lu, Duke UniversityLocalized representation of low lying eigenspaces with applications in electronic structure analysis
10 Apr 2014David Kinderlehrer, Carnegie Mellon UniversityThe evolution of networks
17 Apr 2014Department MeetingDepartment Meeting
24 Apr 2014Jonathan Rosenberg, University of MarylandString theory on elliptic curves: topology, algebraic geometry, and physics
1 May 2014Efim Zelmanov, University of California, San DiegoAsymptotic theory of finite groups

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