Kempner Colloquium

  FALL 2014

Tuesday 12:10-12:50 PM

MATH 350


Schedule of upcoming talks:

Click on the title of a talk for the abstract (if available).
Click here for last semester's schedule.

A new feature of the colloquium: Lunch will be provided!

 September 2
 Nandor Sieben
 (Northern Arizona University)
 How to beat your neighbor at precision bowling and group generation
 September 9
 Mati Rubin
 (Ben Gurion University)
 Locally moving groups, reconstruction and undecidability
 September 23
 Gerard Misiolek
 (Notre Dame)
 Ill-posedness of the incompressible Euler equations in borderline spaces
 October 7
 Claire Levaillant
 (UC Santa Barbara)
 Recent developments in universal quantum computation
 October 24
 (FRIDAY 3-4 PM ECCR 245)
 Joint Math & Applied Math Colloquium
 James O. Ramsay
 (McGill University)
 Department of Psychology
 Multivariate and functional principal components without eigenanalysis
 October 28
 Daniel Stroock
 The prime number theorem
 November 11
 Anca Radulescu
 (SUNY New Paltz)
 Real and complex dynamics for symbolic sequences of logistic maps
 November 18
 Robert Varley
 (University of Georgia)
 Rational homotopy theory and its completions
 December 9
 3 PM
 Boris Khesin
 (University of Toronto)
 Pentagram maps and nondegenerate curves


This colloquium is being organized by Sebastian (Yano) Casalaina-Martin.  As is by now well known, this webpage was copied indirectly from Pasha Belorousski's at the University of Michigan.  A latex template for the poster (with title and abstract) is available here.

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