Spring 2013

Friday, 2:00pm-3:20pm

The Everytopic Seminar is an amalgamation of the Fellowship of the Ring Seminar and the Everyperson Seminar. The talks will be 80 minutes, with the first half of the talk given in a colloquium style, which will be accessible to faculty and graduate students from any field of mathematics, and allow everyone to grasp the content and significance of the theorem(s) being discussed. The last 40 minutes will 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 proof.

Map of Brandeis University - the Department of Mathematics is U24 on this map.

For further information please contact: Sheldon Joyner (joyner at brandeis dot edu).

DATE | SPEAKER | TITLE |

Feb 15 | Andrew Sutherland (MIT) |
The generalized Sato-Tate conjecture |

Mar 1 | John Bergdall (Brandeis) |
p-adic families of modular forms |

Mar 7 | David Simmons (Ohio State) |
Diophantine approximation in Banach spaces |

Mar 15 | Paul Bourgade (Harvard) | Universality for log-gases |

Apr 5 | Abbey Bourdon (Wesleyan) |
Uniform Bound on Certain CM Cases of the Rasmussen/Tamagawa Conjecture |

Apr 19 | Erez Nesharim (Ben Gurion) |
Absolute Schmidt's Game With Regrets |

Apr 26 | Junecue Suh (Harvard) |
Parity in the cohomology of algebraic varieties |

May 3 | Joël Bellaïche (Brandeis) |
Chebotarev's density theorem and Littlewood's complexity |