Seminars archive
Upcoming Seminars   Colloquium Understanding Information: From Bits to Brains Avani P. Wildani nee Gadani, The Salk Institute   Seminar: Algebra Zerocycles and rational points on rationally connected varieties, after Harpaz and Wittenberg JeanLouis ColliotThelene, Universite ParisSud   Colloquium Extracting medically interpretable concepts from complex health data Joyce Ho, University of Texas at Austin   Seminar: Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing Algebraic Preconditioning of Symmetric Indefinite Systems Miroslav Tuma, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic   Seminar: Algebra Mock theta functions and quantum modular forms Larry Rolen, University of Cologne   Seminar: Combinatorics A new upper bound on the size of diamondfree families Ryan Martin, Iowa State University   Seminar: Algebra Comparison of compactifications of modular curves Andrew Niles, Holy Cross   Seminar: Algebra Comparison of compactifications of modular curves Andrew Niles, Holy Cross   Seminar: Algebra An Effective LogFree Zero Density Estimate for Automorphic $L$functions and the SatoTate Conjecture Jesse Thorner, Emory   Seminar: Algebra AthensAtlants joint number theory seminar Dick Gross and Ted Chinburg, Harvard and Penn  Past Seminars   Colloquium Novel Geometric Algorithms for Machine Learning Problems Hu Ding, State University of New York at Buffalo   Seminar: Algebra The Foxbymorphism and derived equivalences Satya Mandal, University of Kansas   Colloquium Scalable Big Graph Data Processing Kisung Lee, Georgia Institute of Technology   Colloquium High Performance Spatial and Spatiotemporal Data Management Suprio Ray, University of Toronto   Colloquium Taming the Big Data Elephant with Query Explanations Sudeepa Roy, University of Washington   Seminar: Computer Science Looking for Structure in RealWorld Networks Blair Sullivan, Department of Computer Science North Carolina State University   Seminar: Algebra Lattice point counting and the Hodge theory of degenerating hypersurfaces Eric Katz, Waterloo   Colloquium DataIntensive Scientific Discovery in the Big Data Era James Faghmous, University of Minnesota   Seminar: Computer Science Text Analyticsfrom small to BIGChallenges and Ideas John Kuriakose, Infosys Labs   Colloquium: Number Theory Pencils of quadrics and the arithmetic of hyperelliptic curves Jerry Wang, Princeton University 
