Seminars archive
Upcoming Seminars   Seminar: Algebra Title to be announced Renee Bell, University of Pennsylvania   Seminar: Combinatorics On the ErdosGyarfas distinct distances problem with local constraints Cosmin Pohoata, The California Institute of Technology   Seminar: Algebra Title to be announced Eva Bayer Fluckinger, EPFL   Seminar: Algebra Joint AthensAtlanta Number Theory Seminar Larry Rolen and Bianca Viray, Vanderbilt and University of Washington   Seminar: Algebra Title to be announced Anne Qu\'eguinerMathieu, Paris   Seminar: Algebra Title to be announced Natalie Paquette, Caltech  Past Seminars   Seminar: Algebra Canonical Representatives for divisor classes on tropical curves Farbod Shokrieh, Georgia Tech   Seminar: Combinatorics Asymptotic distribution for the birthday problem with multiple coincidences Skip Garibaldi, Emory University   Seminar: Algebra The nonAbelian Whitney theorem and the Higher Pairing on Graphs Eric Katz, University of Waterloo   Seminar: Number Theory Power series expansions for modular forms John Voight, University of Vermont   Seminar: Combinatorics Phase Transitions in RamseyTurán Theory Jozsef Balogh, The University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign   Colloquium A new filtration of the Magnus kernel of the Torelli group  CANCELLED Taylor McNeill, Rice University   Seminar: Number Theory The degrees of divisors of $x^n1$ Lola Thompson, University of Georgia   Seminar: Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing FokkerPlanck Equation Method for Predicting Viral Signal Propagation in Social Networks Xiaojing Ye, Georgia Institute of Technology   Colloquium Knot Polynomials in the MelvinMortonRozansky Expansion of the Colored Jones Polynomial Andrea Overbay, University of North Carolina Venue: Mathematics and Science Center, Room W301 Show abstract Both the Alexander polynomial and the Jones polynomial are two wellknown knot invariants. The MelvinMorton conjecture, proved by BarNatan and Garoufalidis and further generalized by Rozansky, provides a relationship between these two invariants. The relationship appears when expanding the colored Jones polynomial in a certain way. Within this expansion, we get more polynomial invariants of the knot. During this talk, we will discuss some polynomial knot invariants including the Alexander polynomial and the colored Jones polynomial. Then we will describe the polynomial invariants appearing in the MelvinMortonRozansky expansion for some simple knots and outline a method for computing them.   Colloquium Superimposed Codes Zoltan Furedi, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign and Renyi Institute of Mathematics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences 
