Seminars archive
Upcoming Seminars   Seminar: Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing Helioseismology from South Pole Stuart Jefferies, University of Hawaii   Colloquium: Number Theory Umbral Moonshine John Duncan, Case Western Reserve University   Colloquium: Number Theory Pencils of quadrics and the arithmetic of hyperelliptic curves Jerry Wang, Princeton University   Seminar: Computer Science Looking for Structure in RealWorld Networks Blair Sullivan, Department of Computer Science North Carolina State University   Seminar: Algebra Title to be announced Satya Mandal, University of Kansas   Seminar: Algebra Title to be announced JeanLouis ColliotThelene, Universite ParisSud   Seminar: Algebra Title to be announced Larry Rolen, University of Cologne  Past Seminars   Colloquium: Number Theory Descent and base change with view towards the Artin conjecture Jayce Getz, Duke University   Colloquium: Number Theory Relative trace formulae with applications to arithmetic, geometry, and spectral theory Heekyoung Hahn, Duke University   Colloquium: Education MLK Lecture “Constitutional People: The Algebra Project and The Mississippi Theater (1960  1965) of The Civil Rights Movement” Robert "Bob" Parris Moses, The Algebra Project   Seminar: Combinatorics An ErdosKoRado Theorem for cross tintersecting families Sang June Lee, Duksung Women's University   Defense: Dissertation Reliable direct and inverse methods in computational hemodynamics Luca Bertagna, Emory University   Seminar: Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing Approximating Stability Radii Manuela Manetta, School of Mathematics Georgia Institute of Technology   Seminar: Algebra On the signature of a quadratic form Jeremy Jacobson, Emory   Defense: Dissertation Analysis and Simulation of Bingham fluid problems with Papanastasioulike regularizations: Primal and Dual formulations Anastasia Svishcheva, Emory University   Defense: Masters Thesis Assessing Motor Function in Parkinson’s Disease using a Webbased, Computerized and Userfriendly Tool Noah Adler, Emory University   Seminar: Analysis and Differential Geometry Mathematical problems in visual sciences Professor Jacob Rubinstein, Israel Institute of Technology  Technion 
