Colloquia information

2018-19

Colloquium Organizers: Valentina Harizanov (chair) and Jozef Przytycki
Regular colloquium meets on Friday 2:00-3:00 in Rome 206. Coffee and cookies are served after the colloquium in Phillips 704 and 705.

 

Upcoming Colloquium

February
22
Friday
2:00pm—3:00pm
April
05
Friday
2:00pm—3:00pm
April
26
Friday
2:00pm—3:00pm

Past Colloquia



Colloquium- opening of Knots in Washington

Title: On real algebraic knots and links in RP^3

Speaker:  Stepan Orevkov, the University of Toulouse, France

Special Colloquium-Blow up for the critical Zakharov-Kuznetsov equation

Speaker: Justin Holmer (Brown University and NSF)
Date and Time: Tuesday, April 24th, 1pm-2pm
Place: Gelman B02

Conference -"Nonlinear phenomena in Washington DC"

Date: April 24, 2018
 
"Nonlinear phenomena in Washington DC" - conference on nonlinear Analysis, PDE and applications

Colloquium-Microstructure and Herglotz functions

Title: Microstructure and Herglotz functions

Speaker:  Miao-Jung Ou, NSF

Colloquium-Matrices, models, and geometry

Title: Matrices, models, and geometry

Colloquium-Topology with complicated points

"Distinguished Speculative First of April Talk
 

Colloquium-Detecting properties from descriptions of groups

Title: Detecting properties from descriptions of groups

Speaker:  Jennifer Chubb, University of San Francisco and GWU

Colloquium-Introduction to K-theory and flag manifolds

Title:  Introduction to K-theory

Colloquium-Sandpiles and representation theory

Title: Sandpiles and representation theory

Speaker:  Victor Reiner, University of Minnesota

Colloqiuim-Infinite time Blum-Shub-Smale machines - computability for analysis

Title: Infinite time Blum-Shub-Smale machines - computability for analysis 

Speaker:  Andrei Morozov, Sobolev Institute of Mathematics, Novosibirsk, Russia

Colloqiuim-Knotoids, Virtual Knots and Applications

Opening Talk of Knots in Washington XLV (Dec. 8-10)

Colloqiuim- Effective multifractal spectra

Title: Effective multifractal spectra

Speaker:  Jan Reimann, Mathematics, Penn State University

Colloquium-Hacking the Turing Test

Title: Hacking the Turing Test

Speaker:  Vladimir Veselov, PhD

Past Colloquia



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