Monday 45 PM in MATH
350

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title of a talk for the abstract (if available).
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schedule.
The colloquium is preceded by tea at
3:30 PM in MATH 350.
January 6 
Zhongyang Li (Cambridge) 
Critical
parameters of lattice models 
January 9 (THURSDAY) 
Jeremey Clark (Michigan State) 
Suppressed
dispersion for a randomly kicked quantum particle in a
Dirac comb 
January 10 (FRIDAY) 
Daniel Valesin (UBC) 
The
contact process on power law random graphs 
February 10 
Ruth Martin (University of Colorado) Harvey Segur (University of Colorado) 
Threewave
resonant interactions 
February 17 
Samuel Grushevsky (Stony Brook University) 
The
geometry of the moduli space of abelian varieties 
February 28 (FRIDAY) (Benson 185) (Joint with Applied Math) 
Pavol Cerny (Boulder) 
Program
synthesis for network updates 
March 3 
Robert Stanton (Ohio State University) 
Fine
structure of special symplectic representations 
March 10 4:10  5:00 PM 5:10  6:00 PM 
Hessel Posthuma, (Kortewegde Vries Institute, University of Amsterdam) Xiang Tang (Washington University) 
Higher
index theorems for proper actions Integration of exact Courant algebroids 
March 17 (3:30  5:30) (Math. Dept. Diversity Workshop Panel) 
Phillip Kutzko (Iowa) Ruth Haas (Smith) Aloysius (Loek) Helminck (North Carolina State) Paulette Willis (Reasoning Mind Inc.) 
Increasing
the representation of traditionally underrepresented
groups in mathematics Ph.D. programs in the US 
March 24  28 
SPRING BREAK 
SPRING BREAK 
April 4 (FRIDAY) (Benson 185) (Joint with Applied Math) 
Seth Sullivant (North Carolina State) 
Phylogenetic
algebraic geometry 
April 7 
Kyle Peterson (DePaul) 
What
is the gamma vector? (And what does it count?) 
April 28 
Hortensia
SotoJohnson (University of Northern Colorado) 
Reasoning
about complex variables concepts – the role of gesture 