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.
The seminar meets on Fridays at 1:40 pm in Goldsmith 226. The next meeting is on Friday March 30, featuring a talk by Makis Dousmanis.
||Noam Elkies (Harvard)||Ranks of elliptic curves and surfaces|
||Jayadev Athreya (Yale)||Ergodic theory of billiards and group actions on parameter spaces|
||Joel Bellaiche (Columbia)||Extensions of Galois representations|
||Jeehoon Park (BU)||The rationality of elliptic units for real quadratic fields over genus fields|
|Mar 12||Jim Tseng (Brandeis)||The Shrinking Target Properties for Circle Rotations|
|Mar 30||Makis Dousmanis (Brandeis)||Constructing 2-dimensional crystalline representations (PDF)|
|Apr 20||Dmitry Kleinbock (Brandeis)||Expanding translates of horospheres and their applications to number theory|
Mon Apr 30,
4 PM (new
day & time!)
|Alexander Charis (Brandeis)||From modular forms to automorphic representations|
||Ivan Horozov (Brandeis)||Multiple zeta functions, modular forms, and iteration over the adeles|
|Sept 29||George McNinch (Tufts)||Nilpotent orbits of a reductive group in positive characteristic|
|Oct 6||Ralph Kaufmann (UConn)||Operads, Strings and Deligne's conjecture|
|Oct 27||Abhinav Kumar (MIT/Microsoft)||Universally optimal distributions of points on spheres (PDF)|
|Nov 3||Lauren Williams (Harvard)||Tableaux combinatorics for the asymmetric exclusion process|
|Nov 10||David Rohrlich (BU)||Scarcity and abundance of trivial zeros in division towers|
|Nov 17||Adam Piggott (Tufts)||Relative train track representatives of free-group automorphisms|
|Dec 1||Paul Monsky (Brandeis)||Hilbert-Kunz theory for a power series in s + 1 variables, particularly when s = 2|
As indicated by the name, the Everytopic Seminar is open to any field of mathematics. If you have any suggestions for a speaker, or would like to give a talk, please email Jennifer Johnson-Leung or Dmitry Kleinbock.
Click here for directions to the Brandeis Mathematics Department.