Everytopic seminar

Everytopic Seminar - Fall 2013

Friday, 2:00pm-3:20pm
Room 226, Goldsmith building
Organizer: Olivier Bernardi

The Everytopic Seminar is a seminar aimed at a broad audience of mathematicians. The talks are 80 minutes long. The first 40 minutes of the talk should be given in a colloquium style, and should be accessible to faculty and graduate students from any field of mathematics. It should allow everyone to grasp the content and significance of the results being discussed. The last 40 minutes should be in the style of a research seminar, providing the audience with a deeper understanding of the results as well as some details of the proofs.

   DATE         SPEAKER                  TITLE           
Sep. 13 Melody Chan (Harvard)
Rotor routing and spanning trees of planar graphs
Oct. 4 Chelsea Walton (MIT)
Recent results in Noncommutative Invariant Theory
Oct. 11 Xiaojing Chen (UCLA)
Hodge metric completion of the Teichmuller space of Calabi-Yau manifolds
Oct. 25 Gaetan Borot (MIT / MPIM Bonn)
Counting surfaces and (abstractly) related problems
Nov. 1 Carl Wang Erickson (Brandeis)
Moduli Spaces of Representations
Nov. 8 Vidya Venkateswaran (MIT)
Branching rules and Hall-Littlewood polynomials
Dec. 6 Andrew Linshaw (Denver University)
The Hilbert problem for vertex algebras

Map of Brandeis University - the Department of Mathematics (Goldsmith building) is U24 on this map.
For further information please contact: Olivier Bernardi (bernardi at brandeis dot edu).

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