
Workshop Connections for Women: Holomorphic Differentials in Mathematics and Physics
Organizers: Laura Fredrickson (Stanford University), Lotte Hollands (HeriotWatt University, Riccarton Campus), LEAD Qiongling Li (Chern Institute of Mathematics), Anna Wienhard (RuprechtKarlsUniversität Heidelberg), Grace Work (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)This twoday workshop will consist of various talks given by prominent female mathematicians on topics of new developments in the role of holomorphic differentials on Riemann surfaces. These will be appropriate for graduate students, postdocs, and researchers in areas related to the program.
This workshop is open to all mathematicians.Updated on Aug 15, 2019 03:25 PM PDT 
Summer Graduate School Toric Varieties (National Center for Theoretical Sciences, Taipei)
Organizers: David Cox (Amherst College), Henry Schenck (Iowa State University)Toric varieties are algebraic varieties defined by combinatorial data, and there is a wonderful interplay between algebra, combinatorics and geometry involved in their study. Many of the key concepts of abstract algebraic geometry (for example, constructing a variety by gluing affine pieces) have very concrete interpretations in the toric case, making toric varieties an ideal tool for introducing students to abstruse concepts.
Updated on Aug 08, 2019 09:27 AM PDT 
Summer Graduate School HPrinciple (INdAM, Cortona, Italy)
Organizers: LEAD Emmy Murphy (Northwestern University), Takashi Tsuboi (University of Tokyo)This two week summer school will introduce graduate students to the theory of hprinciples. After building up the theory from basic smooth topology, we will focus on more recent developments of the theory, particularly applications to symplectic and contact geometry, fluid dynamics, and foliation theory.
Updated on Aug 08, 2019 09:31 AM PDT 
Summer Graduate School Mathematics of Machine Learning
Organizers: Sebastien Bubeck (Microsoft Research), Anna Karlin (University of Washington), Adith Swaminathan (Microsoft Research)Learning theory is a rich field at the intersection of statistics, probability, computer science, and optimization. Over the last decades the statistical learning approach has been successfully applied to many problems of great interest, such as bioinformatics, computer vision, speech processing, robotics, and information retrieval. These impressive successes relied crucially on the mathematical foundation of statistical learning.
Recently, deep neural networks have demonstrated stunning empirical results across many applications like vision, natural language processing, and reinforcement learning. The field is now booming with new mathematical problems, and in particular, the challenge of providing theoretical foundations for deep learning techniques is still largely open. On the other hand, learning theory already has a rich history, with many beautiful connections to various areas of mathematics (e.g., probability theory, high dimensional geometry, game theory). The purpose of the summer school is to introduce graduate students (and advanced undergraduates) to these foundational results, as well as to expose them to the new and exciting modern challenges that arise in deep learning and reinforcement learning.
Updated on Aug 01, 2019 10:00 AM PDT 
Summer Graduate School Recent topics on wellposedness and stability of incompressible fluid and related topics
Organizers: LEAD Yoshikazu Giga (University of Tokyo), Maria Schonbek (University of California, Santa Cruz), Tsuyoshi Yoneda (University of Tokyo)The purpose of the workshop is to introduce graduate students to fundamental results on the NavierStokes and the Euler equations, with special emphasis on the solvability of its initial value problem with rough initial data as well as the large time behavior of a solution. These topics have long research history. However, recent studies clarify the problems from a broad point of view, not only from analysis but also from detailed studies of orbit of the flow.
Updated on Aug 19, 2019 04:17 PM PDT 
Summer Graduate School Polynomial Method
Organizers: Adam Sheffer (Bernard M. Baruch College, CUNY), LEAD Joshua Zahl (University of British Columbia)In the past eight years, a number of longstanding open problems in combinatorics were resolved using a new set of algebraic techniques. In this summer school, we will discuss these new techniques as well as some exciting recent developments.
Updated on Jul 12, 2019 03:36 PM PDT 
Summer Graduate School Séminaire de Mathématiques Supérieures 2019: Current trends in Symplectic Topology
Organizers: Octav Cornea (Université de Montréal), Yakov Eliashberg (Stanford University), Michael Hutchings (University of California, Berkeley), Egor Shelukhin (Université de Montréal)Symplectic topology is a fast developing branch of geometry that has seen phenomenal growth in the last twenty years. This two weeks long summer school, organized in the setting of the Séminaire de Mathématiques Supérieures, intends to survey some of the key directions of development in the subject today thus covering: advances in homological mirror symmetry; applications to hamiltonian dynamics; persistent homology phenomena; implications of flexibility and the dichotomy flexibility/rigidity; legendrian contact homology; embedded contact homology and fourdimensional holomorphic techniques and others. With the collaboration of many of the top researchers in the field today, the school intends to serve as an introduction and guideline to students and young researchers who are interested in accessing this diverse subject.
Updated on Dec 10, 2018 04:21 PM PST 
Summer Graduate School Geometric Group Theory
Organizers: LEAD Rita Jiménez Rolland (Instituto de Matematicás, UNAMOaxaca), LEAD Pierre Py (Instituto de Matematicás, UNAMCiudad Universitaria)Geometric group theory studies discrete groups by understanding the connections between algebraic properties of these groups and topological and geometric properties of the spaces on which they act. The aim of this summer school is to introduce graduate students to specific central topics and recent developments in geometric group theory. The school will also include students presentations to give the participants an opportunity to practice their speaking skills in mathematics. Finally, we hope that this meeting will help connect Latin American students with their American and Canadian counterparts in an environment that encourages discussion and collaboration.
Updated on Jul 03, 2019 11:35 AM PDT 
Summer Graduate School Representation stability
Organizers: Thomas Church (Stanford University), LEAD Andrew Snowden (University of Michigan), Jenny Wilson (University of Michigan)This summer school will give an introduction to representation stability, the study of algebraic structural properties and stability phenomena exhibited by sequences of representations of finite or classical groups  including sequences arising in connection to hyperplane arrangements, configuration spaces, mapping class groups, arithmetic groups, classical representation theory, Deligne categories, and twisted commutative algebras. Representation stability incorporates tools from commutative algebra, category theory, representation theory, algebraic combinatorics, algebraic geometry, and algebraic topology. This workshop will assume minimal prerequisites, and students in varied disciplines are encouraged to apply.
Updated on Jul 03, 2019 03:47 PM PDT 
MSRIUP MSRIUP 2019: Combinatorics and Discrete Mathematics
Organizers: Federico Ardila (San Francisco State University), Duane Cooper (Morehouse College), Maria Franco (Queensborough Community College (CUNY); MSRI  Mathematical Sciences Research Institute), LEAD Rebecca Garcia (Sam Houston State University), Pamela Harris (Williams College), Suzanne Weekes (Worcester Polytechnic Institute)The MSRIUP summer program is designed to serve a diverse group of undergraduate students who would like to conduct research in the mathematical sciences.
In 2019, MSRIUp will focus on the application of combinatorial arguments and techniques to enumerate, examine, and investigate the existence of discrete mathematical structures with certain properties. The areas of interest for these applications encompass a wide range of mathematical fields and will include algebra, number theory, and graph theory, through weight multiplicity computations, the study of vector partition functions, and graph domination problems, respectively. The research program will be led by Dr. Pamela E. Harris, Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Williams College.
Updated on May 02, 2019 02:40 PM PDT 
Summer Research for Women in Mathematics 2019 Summer Research for Women in Mathematics (SWiM)
The purpose of the MSRI's program, Summer Research for Women in Mathematics, is to provide space and funds to groups of women mathematicians to work on a research project at MSRI. Research projects can arise from work initiated at a Women's Conference, or can be freestanding activities.
Created on Jan 30, 2019 11:17 AM PST 
Program 2019 African Diaspora Joint Mathematics Workshop (ADJOINT) program
Updated on Mar 21, 2019 01:22 PM PDT 
Summer Graduate School Random and arithmetic structures in topology
Organizers: LEAD Alexander Furman (University of Illinois at Chicago), Tsachik Gelander (Weizmann Institute of Science)The study of locally symmetric manifolds, such as closed hyperbolic manifolds, involves geometry of the corresponding symmetric space, topology of towers of its finite covers, and numbertheoretic aspects that are relevant to possible constructions.The workshop will provide an introduction to these and closely related topics such as lattices, invariant random subgroups, and homological methods.Updated on Jul 09, 2019 08:17 AM PDT 
Summer Graduate School Commutative Algebra and its Interaction with Algebraic Geometry
Organizers: Craig Huneke (University of Virginia), Sonja Mapes (University of Notre Dame), Juan Migliore (University of Notre Dame), LEAD Claudia Polini (University of Notre Dame), Claudiu Raicu (University of Notre Dame)Linkage is a method for classifying ideals in local rings. Residual intersections is a generalization of linkage to the case where the two `linked' ideals need not have the same codimension. Residual intersections are ubiquitous: they play an important role in the study of blowups, branch and multiple point loci, secant varieties, and Gauss images; they appear naturally in intersection theory; and they have close connections with integral closures of ideals.
Commutative algebraists have long used the Frobenius or pth power map to study commutative rings containing a finite field. The theory of tight closure and test ideals has widespread applications to the study of symbolic powers and to BrianconSkoda type theorems for equicharacteristic rings.
Numerical conditions for the integral dependence of ideals and modules have a wealth of applications, not the least of which is in equisingularity theory. There is a long history of generalized criteria for integral dependence of ideals and modules based on variants of the HilbertSamuel and the BuchsbaumRim multiplicity that still require some remnants of finite length assumptions.
The Rees ring and the special fiber ring of an ideal arise in the process of blowing up a variety along a subvariety. Rees rings and special fiber rings also describe, respectively, the graphs and the images of rational maps between projective spaces. A difficult open problem in commutative algebra, algebraic geometry, elimination theory, and geometric modeling is to determine explicitly the equations defining graphs and images of rational maps.
The school will consist of the following four courses with exercise sessions plus a Macaulay2 workshop
 Linkage and residual intersections
 Characteristic p methods and applications
 Blowup algebras
 Multiplicity theory
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Seminar Elliptic Cohomology Learning Group: Tempered cohomology
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Seminar DAG Learning Seminar: Derived Satake
Updated on May 06, 2019 04:35 PM PDT 
Seminar Algebraic Geometry colloquium: Local, Global and Local to Global properties and singularities in (birational) algebraic geometry, topology, strings (and moduli of CalabiYau)
Updated on May 15, 2019 09:24 AM PDT 
Seminar Women at MSRI lunch
Created on Feb 13, 2019 03:50 PM PST 
Seminar BGMS Seminar: From BrillNoether loci in K3 categories to surfaces on cubic fourfolds
Updated on May 16, 2019 11:23 AM PDT 
Seminar What in the world are spectra? Spectra, excisive functors, and stable infinitycategories
Updated on May 08, 2019 04:51 PM PDT 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar: Relative log canonical models for elliptic fibrations
Updated on May 07, 2019 04:49 PM PDT 
Seminar DAG Seminar: A new approach to GoerssHopkins obstruction theory
Updated on May 15, 2019 09:30 AM PDT 
Seminar Measures on spheres using Langlands, after Drinfeld
Created on May 10, 2019 04:03 PM PDT 
Seminar Irregular local systems working group: Irregular RiemannHilbert
Created on May 10, 2019 04:04 PM PDT 
Seminar BGMS Seminar: Compactifying moduli of complex curves with a differential
Updated on May 09, 2019 01:10 PM PDT 
Seminar Future directions lectures: Rationality of hypersurfaces
Updated on May 10, 2019 09:12 AM PDT 
Seminar Irregular local systems working group: Good lattices of algebraic connections
Updated on May 09, 2019 03:01 PM PDT 
Seminar Algebraic Geometry colloquium: Purity in bad characteristics
Updated on May 07, 2019 03:09 PM PDT 
Seminar DAG Learning Seminar: Ordinary Satake
Updated on May 06, 2019 04:27 PM PDT 
Seminar Future directions lectures: Valuation, finite generation, and Kstability
Updated on May 10, 2019 09:11 AM PDT 
Seminar Prismatic Cohomology: padic Tate twists and the odd vanishing conjecture for Ktheory
Updated on May 07, 2019 02:34 PM PDT 
Seminar Women at MSRI lunch
Created on Feb 13, 2019 03:50 PM PST 
Seminar Future directions lectures: Simpson’s integrality conjecture and arithmetic loci
Updated on May 10, 2019 09:11 AM PDT 
Seminar DAG Seminar: Frobenius structures on arithmetic connections
Updated on May 06, 2019 12:19 PM PDT 
Seminar BGMS Seminar: Gale duality, blowups and moduli spaces
Updated on May 09, 2019 01:10 PM PDT 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar  Pretalks:
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Seminar Future directions lectures: Using derived algebraic geometry
Updated on May 10, 2019 09:09 AM PDT 
Seminar Irregular local systems working group: Stokes structures in dim 1 and higher
Updated on May 02, 2019 11:59 AM PDT 
Seminar Algebraic Geometry Colloquium: ominimal GAGA and applications to Hodge theory
Updated on Apr 30, 2019 08:48 AM PDT 
Seminar DAG Learning Seminar: Tannaka duality
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Seminar Student Deformation Theory Seminar: L^2 theory for superpotentials and their Hochschild homology
Updated on May 03, 2019 08:40 AM PDT 
Seminar Commutative Algebra and Algebraic Geometry Seminar:
Created on Feb 27, 2019 10:03 AM PST 
Workshop Recent Progress in Moduli Theory
Organizers: Lucia Caporaso (Terza Università di Roma), LEAD Sándor Kovács (University of Washington), Martin Olsson (University of California, Berkeley)This workshop will be focused on presenting the latest developments in moduli theory, including (but not restricted to) recent advances in compactifications of moduli spaces of higher dimensional varieties, the birational geometry of moduli spaces, abstract methods including stacks, stability criteria, and applications in other disciplines.Updated on May 09, 2019 01:26 PM PDT 
Seminar Combinatorics Seminar: LLT Polynomials, kSchur Functions, and Positivity
Updated on Apr 29, 2019 03:31 PM PDT 
Seminar DAG Seminar: Picard groups in chromatic homotopy theory
Updated on Apr 24, 2019 03:41 PM PDT 
Seminar Student Seminar on Deformation Theory: Geometry of superpotentials in massive 1+1 dimensional field theories, Part Deux
Updated on Apr 26, 2019 09:22 AM PDT 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar: A Simpson Correspondence for Abelian Varieties in Characteristic p > 0.
Updated on Apr 25, 2019 04:43 PM PDT 
Seminar Algebraic Geometry colloquium: Some moduli problems arising in computer vision
Updated on Apr 24, 2019 10:58 AM PDT 
Seminar BGMS Seminar: Top weight cohomology of M_{g,n}
Updated on Apr 23, 2019 02:23 PM PDT 
Seminar Elliptic Cohomology Learning Group: More about Etheory
Updated on Apr 26, 2019 04:26 PM PDT 
Seminar DAG Learning Seminar: Loop spaces and connections (IndCoh version)
Updated on Apr 23, 2019 02:51 PM PDT 
Seminar Irregular local systems working group: Formal structures in higher dimensions.
Updated on Apr 25, 2019 01:40 PM PDT 
Seminar What is a padic Hodge structure?
Created on Apr 25, 2019 02:13 PM PDT 
Seminar DAG Seminar: Towards a universal HKR filtration
Updated on Apr 29, 2019 08:50 AM PDT 
Seminar Women at MSRI lunch
Created on Feb 13, 2019 03:50 PM PST 
Seminar Commutative Algebra and Algebraic Geometry Seminar:
Created on Feb 27, 2019 10:03 AM PST 
Seminar Combinatorics Seminar: Representations of Hecke algebras and latticepath counting
Updated on Apr 25, 2019 04:37 PM PDT 
Seminar BGMS Seminar: Polynomial Pell equations and undecidable questions in algebraic geometry
Updated on Apr 23, 2019 02:23 PM PDT 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar  Pretalks:
Created on Feb 22, 2019 01:36 PM PST 
Seminar What in the world are spectra? TBA
Created on Apr 29, 2019 02:10 PM PDT 
Seminar DAG Seminar: Link homology and Hilbert schemes (University of Bonn)
Updated on Apr 17, 2019 10:25 AM PDT 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar: (Logarithmic) ChowtoHodge cycle maps
Updated on Apr 19, 2019 01:48 PM PDT 
Seminar Student Seminar on Deformation Theory (#2): Generators in Matrix Factorization categories
Created on Apr 17, 2019 08:41 AM PDT 
Seminar BGMS Seminar: Noncommutative deformations, perverse coherent sheaves and semiorthogonal decompositions.
Updated on Apr 18, 2019 12:24 PM PDT 
Seminar Applied Invariant Theory Seminar: Tensors under congruence action & The convex hull of a space curve
Updated on Apr 18, 2019 09:45 AM PDT 
Seminar Elliptic Cohomology Learning Group: Construction and basic properties of Etheory
Updated on Apr 19, 2019 09:13 AM PDT 
Seminar The unreasonable effectiveness of nonarchimedean methods in complex geometry
Updated on Apr 22, 2019 01:35 PM PDT 
Seminar Algebraic Geometry colloquium: padic comparison theorems for rigid analytic spaces.
Updated on Apr 18, 2019 09:18 AM PDT 
Seminar Student Seminar on Deformation Theory: Geometry of superpotentials in massive 1+1 dimensional Landau Ginzburg theories
Updated on Apr 17, 2019 08:50 AM PDT 
Seminar DAG Learning Seminar: E_3 centers
Updated on Apr 18, 2019 09:28 AM PDT 
Seminar Future directions lectures: Boundedness and Singularities
Updated on Apr 22, 2019 10:11 AM PDT 
Seminar Irregular local systems working group: Local Fourier transform via quantization (Part II)
Updated on Apr 18, 2019 01:19 PM PDT 
Seminar DAG Seminar: Remarks on log geometry and Hochschild homology
Updated on Apr 17, 2019 10:23 AM PDT 
Seminar Prismatic Cohomology: The \'etale comparison theorem
Updated on Apr 18, 2019 10:24 AM PDT 
Seminar Women at MSRI lunch
Created on Feb 13, 2019 03:50 PM PST 
Seminar Commutative Algebra and Algebraic Geometry Seminar:
Created on Feb 27, 2019 10:03 AM PST 
Seminar GelfandTsetlin theory through the Coulomb lens
Created on Apr 22, 2019 09:06 AM PDT 
Seminar Combinatorics Seminar: Realrooted h*polynomials
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Seminar BGMS Seminar: Birational geometry over imperfect fields
Updated on Apr 18, 2019 12:23 PM PDT 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar  Pretalks:
Created on Feb 22, 2019 01:36 PM PST 
Seminar What in the world are spectra? The Smash Product
Updated on Apr 19, 2019 01:36 PM PDT 
Seminar DAG Seminar: The Ktheory of truncated polynomial algebras and coordinate axes
Updated on Apr 10, 2019 09:25 AM PDT 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar: Applications of Bridgeland stability conditions in birational geometry
Updated on Apr 12, 2019 11:27 AM PDT 
Seminar BGMS Seminar: Birational geometry in large and low characteristic
Updated on Apr 11, 2019 10:58 AM PDT 
Seminar Applied Invariant Theory Seminar: Buildings and oneparameter subgroups & TBA
Updated on Apr 10, 2019 11:12 AM PDT 
Seminar Elliptic Cohomology Learning Group: Spectral formal groups and orientations
Updated on Apr 12, 2019 08:51 AM PDT 
Seminar Algebraic Geometry colloquium: Reconstruction theorems for varieties of dimension at least 2
Updated on Apr 15, 2019 08:58 AM PDT 
Seminar Student Seminar on Deformation Theory: Framed formal curves
Updated on Apr 12, 2019 09:03 AM PDT 
Seminar DAG Learning Seminar: Group actions on categories and equivariance
Updated on Apr 11, 2019 03:28 PM PDT 
Seminar Future directions lecture: Comparing various notions of coniveau and decomposition of the diagonal
Updated on Apr 09, 2019 01:50 PM PDT 
Seminar Irregular local systems working group: Local Fourier transform via quantization
Updated on Apr 11, 2019 02:09 PM PDT 
Seminar DAG Seminar: Motivic integration on the Hitchin fibration
Updated on Apr 10, 2019 09:31 AM PDT 
Seminar Prismatic Cohomology: Perfections in mixed characteristics
Updated on Apr 11, 2019 09:58 AM PDT 
Seminar Women at MSRI lunch
Created on Feb 13, 2019 03:50 PM PST 
Seminar Commutative Algebra and Algebraic Geometry Seminar: TBA
Updated on Apr 11, 2019 04:43 PM PDT 
Seminar Tame topology and Ominimal structures  nonArchimedean aspects: A tale of two towers and two period maps
Updated on Apr 11, 2019 12:01 PM PDT 
Seminar DAG Seminar: Matrix factorisations and motivic vanishing cycles
Created on Apr 10, 2019 08:55 AM PDT 
Seminar Combinatorics Seminar: DehnSommerville Equations for Eulerian Cubical Complexes
Updated on Apr 09, 2019 01:40 PM PDT 
Seminar BGMS Seminar: Birational superrigidity is not a locally closed property
Updated on Apr 11, 2019 10:54 AM PDT 
Workshop 2019 Spring Opportunities Workshop
Organizers: Brianna Donaldson (AIM  American Institute of Mathematics), Leslie Hogben, Michael Young (Iowa State University)GOAL: To highlight careers and opportunities in the mathematical sciences, and to prepare women
and underrepresented minorities for work in academia, industry, and government laboratories.Updated on Mar 08, 2019 11:08 AM PST 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar  Pretalks: TBA
Updated on Apr 12, 2019 10:30 AM PDT 
Seminar What in the world are spectra? More on ring spectra and the Tate Diagonal.
Updated on Apr 12, 2019 02:55 PM PDT 
Seminar What in the world are spectra? Some facts about ring spectra
Updated on Apr 05, 2019 12:18 PM PDT 
Seminar Applied Invariant Theory Seminar: Igusa and Rosenhain Invariants & Applications to Cryptography
Updated on Apr 03, 2019 04:11 PM PDT 
Seminar Elliptic Cohomology Learning Group: Deformation theory of derived pdivisible groups
Updated on Apr 04, 2019 03:43 PM PDT 
Seminar Chromatic DAG Seminar:
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Seminar Student Seminar on Deformation Theory: Curved Deformations and generators in dg categories
Updated on Apr 04, 2019 11:21 AM PDT 
Seminar DAG Learning Seminar: Singular support
Updated on Apr 04, 2019 03:26 PM PDT 
Seminar Women at MSRI lunch
Created on Feb 13, 2019 03:50 PM PST 
Seminar Commutative Algebra and Algebraic Geometry Seminar:
Created on Feb 27, 2019 10:03 AM PST 
Workshop Hot Topics: Recent progress in Langlands Program
Organizers: Mark Kisin (Harvard University), Elena Mantovan (California Institute of Technology), LEAD Xinwen Zhu (California Institute of Technology)The purpose of the workshop is to explain Vincent Lafforgue's ground breaking work, constructing the automorphic to Galois direction of the Langlands correspondence for function fields. There will also be a number of talks on more recent developments and related results.
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Seminar Combinatorics Seminar: An insertion algorithm on multiset partitions
Updated on Apr 04, 2019 03:48 PM PDT 
Seminar DAG Seminar: TBA
Updated on Mar 29, 2019 10:59 AM PDT 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar: Optimal destabilization of Kunstable Fano varieties
Updated on Mar 28, 2019 09:37 AM PDT 
Seminar Lectures on local and global Kstability theory
Created on Mar 01, 2019 05:02 PM PST 
Seminar Student Seminar on Deformation Theory (#2): Superpotentials in Mirror Symmetry
Updated on Mar 28, 2019 11:22 AM PDT 
Seminar What in the world are spectra?: Stability
Updated on Apr 04, 2019 12:02 PM PDT 
Seminar BGMS Seminar: A generalization of Batyrev's cone conjecture
Updated on Mar 29, 2019 10:48 AM PDT 
Seminar Applied Invariant Theory Seminar: Moment Polytopes & The quantum marginal problem
Updated on Mar 27, 2019 03:32 PM PDT 
Seminar Elliptic Cohomology Learning Group: Proof of the ArtinLurie representability theorem
Updated on Mar 25, 2019 04:09 PM PDT 
Seminar Chromatic DAG Seminar:
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Seminar DAG Learning Seminar: IndCoh and Grothendieck duality
Created on Mar 26, 2019 09:00 AM PDT 
Seminar Algebraic Geometry colloquium: Parametrizing moduli spaces of abelian varieties
Updated on Mar 29, 2019 11:36 AM PDT 
Seminar Student Seminar on Deformation Theory: Matrix Factorizations and the LGCY correspondence
Updated on Mar 20, 2019 03:21 PM PDT 
Seminar Lectures on local and global Kstability theory
Created on Mar 01, 2019 04:59 PM PST 
Seminar BGMS Seminar: Dense entire curves in complex projective manifolds X
Updated on Mar 29, 2019 10:46 AM PDT 
Seminar DAG Seminar: Macaulayfication of Noetherian schemes
Updated on Mar 28, 2019 11:28 AM PDT 
Seminar Women at MSRI lunch
Created on Feb 13, 2019 03:50 PM PST 
Seminar Tame topology and Ominimal structures  nonArchimedean aspects: A nonArchimedean AxLindemann theorem
Updated on Mar 28, 2019 01:04 PM PDT 
Seminar Irregular local systems working group: Intro
Created on Mar 28, 2019 03:26 PM PDT 
Seminar Combinatorics Seminar: Cluster algebras and factorization
Updated on Mar 27, 2019 12:28 PM PDT 
Workshop Derived algebraic geometry and its applications
Organizers: Dennis Gaitsgory (Harvard University), David Nadler (University of California, Berkeley), LEAD Nick Rozenblyum (University of Chicago), Peter Scholze (Universität Bonn), Brooke Shipley (University of Illinois at Chicago)This workshop will bring together researchers at various frontiers, including arithmetic geometry, representation theory, mathematical physics, and homotopy theory, where derived algebraic geometry has had recent impact. The aim will be to explain the ideas and tools behind recent progress and to advertise appealing questions. A focus will be on moduli spaces, for example of principal bundles with decorations as arise in many settings, and their natural structures.
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Seminar DAG Seminar: padic curves
Updated on Mar 14, 2019 02:13 PM PDT 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar: Chow Rings of Moduli of Curves in Low Genus
Updated on May 01, 2019 04:32 PM PDT 
Seminar What in the world is a spectrum? (#2) Frobenius and the Tate diagonal
Created on Mar 18, 2019 10:54 AM PDT 
Seminar BGMS Seminar: Twistor path connectivity for complex tori
Updated on Mar 14, 2019 11:24 AM PDT 
Seminar Applied Invariant Theory Seminar: Capacity & Connections to Geometry of Polynomials
Updated on Mar 14, 2019 11:12 AM PDT 
Seminar Reading Group on Hodge Theory: The tautological bundle and its deformation properties
Updated on Mar 15, 2019 08:57 AM PDT 
Seminar Elliptic Cohomology Learning Group: Deformation theory of derived stacks
Updated on Mar 19, 2019 10:51 AM PDT 
Seminar Chromatic DAG Seminar: Rudiments of padic geometry
Updated on Mar 18, 2019 04:29 PM PDT 
Seminar Algebraic Geometry colloquium: Bott vanishing for algebraic surfaces
Updated on Mar 12, 2019 12:19 PM PDT 
Seminar Student Seminar on Deformation Theory: Superpotentials in Mirror Symmetry
Updated on Mar 14, 2019 01:16 PM PDT 
Seminar DAG Learning Seminar: A user's guide to derived stacks
Updated on Mar 13, 2019 04:43 PM PDT 
Seminar DAG Seminar: SerreTate theory for CalabiYau varieties
Updated on Mar 14, 2019 02:08 PM PDT 
Seminar Prismatic Cohomology: The HodgeTate and Crystalline Comparison theorems
Updated on Mar 14, 2019 10:29 AM PDT 
Seminar Women at MSRI lunch
Created on Feb 13, 2019 03:50 PM PST 
Seminar Tame topology and Ominimal structures  nonArchimedean aspects: Introduction
Updated on Mar 14, 2019 04:03 PM PDT 
Seminar Combinatorics Seminar: Cone valuations, Gram's relation, and combinatorics
Updated on Mar 14, 2019 10:46 AM PDT 
Seminar BGMS Seminar: BrauerManin obstruction on a simply connected fourfold and a Mordell theorem in the orbifold setting.
Updated on Mar 14, 2019 11:23 AM PDT 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar  Pretalks:
Created on Feb 22, 2019 01:36 PM PST 
Seminar What in the world are spectra? Examples of spectra
Updated on Mar 14, 2019 01:23 PM PDT 
Seminar DAG Seminar: Facts and questions surrounding topological modular forms
Updated on Mar 08, 2019 11:25 AM PST 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar: TBA
Updated on Mar 07, 2019 03:23 PM PST 
Seminar BGMS Seminar: Hypersurfaces in Abelian Varieties and their Moduli spaces.
Updated on Mar 04, 2019 04:06 PM PST 
Seminar Applied Invariant Theory Seminar: Invariants of a matrix tuple & The reach of an algebraic variety
Updated on Mar 07, 2019 03:55 PM PST 
Seminar Elliptic Cohomology Learning Group
Created on Mar 07, 2019 04:36 PM PST 
Seminar Chromatic DAG Seminar: Bun_G
Created on Mar 08, 2019 01:49 PM PST 
Seminar Algebraic Geometry colloquium: Geometry of deformation rings
Updated on Mar 05, 2019 04:54 PM PST 
Seminar Student Seminar on Deformation Theory: Deformations and Lie algebras in characteristic p
Updated on Mar 07, 2019 03:06 PM PST 
Seminar DAG Learning Seminar: ∞categories: stable ∞cat, monoidal ∞cat, DG ∞cat
Updated on Mar 07, 2019 10:02 AM PST 
Seminar DAG Seminar: Generalised Galois representations as qconnections
Updated on Mar 08, 2019 10:14 AM PST 
Seminar Prismatic Cohomology: The prismatic site
Updated on Mar 07, 2019 04:09 PM PST 
Seminar Women at MSRI lunch
Created on Feb 13, 2019 03:50 PM PST 
Seminar Combinatorics Seminar: Mobius Inversion as Duality for Hopf Monoids
Updated on Mar 07, 2019 03:51 PM PST 
Seminar BGMS Seminar: Monodromy of Kodaira fibrations
Updated on Mar 04, 2019 04:04 PM PST 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar  Pretalks:
Created on Feb 22, 2019 01:36 PM PST 
Seminar What in the world are spectra?: Introduction
Updated on Mar 04, 2019 03:50 PM PST 
Seminar DAG Learning Seminar: Intro
Updated on Mar 07, 2019 09:46 AM PST 
Seminar Applied Invariant Theory Seminar: Invariants of points in the plane & Image analysis using invariants
Updated on Feb 26, 2019 11:42 AM PST 
Seminar Student Seminar on Deformation Theory: TBA
Created on Mar 01, 2019 02:05 PM PST 
Seminar DAG Seminar: Formal Moduli Problems via Partition Lie Algebras
Updated on Feb 28, 2019 09:02 AM PST 
Seminar Prismatic Cohomology: Perfect prisms and perfectoid rings
Updated on Feb 28, 2019 08:36 AM PST 
Seminar Women at MSRI lunch
Created on Feb 13, 2019 03:50 PM PST 
Seminar Commutative Algebra and Algebraic Geometry Seminar: The nef cone of a Coxeter complex: $\Phi$submodular functions and deformations of $\Phi$permutahedra
Updated on Feb 27, 2019 10:59 AM PST 
Seminar Reading Group on Hodge Theory: Some results of Verbitsky on hyperholomorphic sheaves
Created on Mar 04, 2019 01:16 PM PST 
Seminar Combinatorics Seminar: On statistic of irreducible components
Updated on Mar 01, 2019 08:58 AM PST 
Seminar BGMS Seminar: Geography of varieties of general type
Updated on Feb 26, 2019 02:57 PM PST 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar  Pretalks: Introduction to explicit birational geometry of 3folds
Updated on Mar 01, 2019 10:10 AM PST 
Seminar BGMS Seminar: Openness of uniform Kstability in families of QFano varieties
Updated on Feb 20, 2019 08:46 AM PST 
Seminar Applied Invariant Theory Seminar: GLmodules, and the first fundamental theorem & Geometric Complexity Theory
Updated on Feb 19, 2019 03:50 PM PST 
Seminar Reading Group on Hodge Theory: Techniques from CharlesMarkman’s proof of the Lefschetz Standard Conjecture for varieties of K3^[n] type
Updated on Feb 22, 2019 10:35 AM PST 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar: Equivariant intersection theory and moduli of curves
Updated on May 01, 2019 04:32 PM PDT 
Seminar Algebraic Geometry colloquium: Topology and arithmetic statistics
Updated on Feb 20, 2019 11:23 AM PST 
Seminar Student Seminar on Deformation Theory: TBA
Updated on Feb 25, 2019 11:10 AM PST 
Seminar DAG Seminar: 2Segal spaces and algebraic Ktheory
Updated on Feb 22, 2019 12:06 PM PST 
Seminar Prismatic Cohomology: Introduction to δrings
Updated on Feb 21, 2019 12:07 PM PST 
Seminar Women at MSRI lunch
Created on Feb 13, 2019 03:50 PM PST 
Seminar Combinatorics Seminar: Characterization of queer supercrystals
Updated on Feb 19, 2019 03:30 PM PST 
Seminar BGMS Seminar: On the geometry of contractions of the Moduli Space of sheaves of a K3 surface
Updated on Feb 20, 2019 08:45 AM PST 
Seminar Nonlinear Algebra Seminar: Voronoi Cells of Varieties & Algebraic Tools for Neural Coding and Population Genetics
Created on Feb 12, 2019 03:35 PM PST 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar  Pretalks
Created on Feb 22, 2019 01:23 PM PST 
Seminar DAG Seminar: Motivic cohomology and the derived Hecke algebra for dihedral weight one forms
Updated on Feb 14, 2019 09:34 AM PST 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar: (organizing meeting)
Created on Feb 20, 2019 03:59 PM PST 
Seminar BGMS Seminar: Moduli of surfaces in P^3
Updated on Feb 14, 2019 09:24 AM PST 
Seminar Applied Invariant Theory Seminar: Hilbert's 14th Problem & Nagata's Counterexample
Updated on Feb 13, 2019 12:29 PM PST 
Seminar Bowen Lecture Series 3 Birational geometry in characteristic p>0.
Updated on Feb 11, 2019 10:16 AM PST 
Seminar Reading Group on Hodge Theory: Abelian varieties associated to hyperkähler varieties of Kummer type and Hodge classes on abelian fourfolds (after O'Grady)
Updated on Feb 15, 2019 04:34 PM PST 
Seminar Algebraic Geometry colloquium: Some smooth perfectoid spaces
Updated on Feb 14, 2019 11:30 AM PST 
Seminar Bowen Lecture Series 2 On the birational classification of algebraic varieties.
Updated on Feb 11, 2019 10:17 AM PST 
Seminar BGMS Seminar: The integral Hodge conjecture for curve classes
Created on Feb 14, 2019 02:33 PM PST 
Seminar Student Seminar on Deformation Theory
Created on Feb 19, 2019 11:43 AM PST 
Seminar DAG Seminar: Combinatorics in the ring of big Witt vectors
Updated on Feb 14, 2019 09:30 AM PST 
Seminar Bowen Lecture Series 1 Symmetries of polynomial equations.
Updated on Feb 11, 2019 10:18 AM PST 
Seminar Prismatic Cohomology: Introduction to prismatic cohomology
Updated on Feb 14, 2019 09:15 AM PST 
Seminar Women at MSRI lunch
Created on Feb 13, 2019 03:50 PM PST 
Seminar DAG Seminar: Spaces of Algebraic Cobordism and Derived Algebraic Geometry
Updated on Feb 08, 2019 11:31 AM PST 
Seminar BGMS Seminar: Moduli Spaces of Cubic Threefolds — Geometry and Topology
Updated on Feb 07, 2019 12:04 PM PST 
Seminar Applied Invariant Theory Seminar: The HilbertMumford Criterion and KempfNess Theorem & Scaling Algorithms and the Null Cone
Updated on Feb 07, 2019 09:19 AM PST 
Seminar 5 minute talks
Created on Feb 08, 2019 01:43 PM PST 
Seminar Algebraic Geometry colloquium: Slice theorems and existence of good moduli spaces.
Updated on Feb 08, 2019 01:20 PM PST 
Seminar Reading Seminar on Hodge Theory: Organizational meeting
Created on Feb 08, 2019 12:24 PM PST 
Seminar 5 minute talks
Created on Feb 08, 2019 01:43 PM PST 
Seminar DAG Seminar: Equivariant techniques in derived algebraic geometry
Updated on Feb 08, 2019 11:30 AM PST 
Seminar Commutative Algebra, Algebraic Geometry and Combinatorics: Terminal singularities that are not CohenMacaulay & Symmetric powers of algebraic and tropical curves
Updated on Feb 08, 2019 03:53 PM PST 
Seminar Combinatorics Seminar: Two probabilistic proofs of Moon's Theorem and the BradleyTerry model
Updated on Feb 05, 2019 03:19 PM PST 
Seminar BGMS Seminar: Supersingular twistor spaces
Updated on Feb 07, 2019 12:00 PM PST 
Seminar Applied Invariant Theory Seminar: Constructing the quotient X//G & The moduli space of cubic surfaces
Updated on Feb 07, 2019 09:17 AM PST 
Seminar Combinatorics Seminar: Varieties of signature tensors
Updated on Feb 01, 2019 09:58 AM PST 
Workshop Introductory Workshop: Derived Algebraic Geometry and Birational Geometry and Moduli Spaces
Organizers: Julie Bergner (University of Virginia), Bhargav Bhatt (University of Michigan), Christopher Hacon (University of Utah), LEAD Mircea Mustaţă (University of Michigan), Gabriele Vezzosi (Università di Firenze)The workshop will survey several areas of algebraic geometry, providing an introduction to the two main programs hosted by MSRI in Spring 2019. It will consist of 7 expository minicourses and 7 separate lectures, each given by top experts in the field.
The focus of the workshop will be the recent progress in derived algebraic geometry, birational geometry and moduli spaces. The lectures will be aimed at a wide audience including advanced graduate students and postdocs with a background in algebraic geometry.Updated on Feb 13, 2019 03:55 PM PST 
Workshop Connections for Women: Derived Algebraic Geometry, Birational Geometry and Moduli Spaces
Organizers: Julie Bergner (University of Virginia), LEAD Antonella Grassi (University of Pennsylvania), Bianca Viray (University of Washington), Kirsten Wickelgren (Georgia Institute of Technology)This workshop will be on different aspects of Algebraic Geometry relating Derived Algebraic Geometry and Birational Geometry. In particular the workshop will focus on connections to other branches of mathematics and open problems. There will be some colloquium style lectures as well as shorter research talks. The workshop is open to all.
Updated on Jan 29, 2019 10:47 AM PST 
Seminar Combinatorics Seminar: Triangulations with vanishing local hpolynomials
Updated on Jan 25, 2019 09:15 AM PST 
Program Derived Algebraic Geometry
Organizers: Julie Bergner (University of Virginia), LEAD Bhargav Bhatt (University of Michigan), Dennis Gaitsgory (Harvard University), David Nadler (University of California, Berkeley), Nick Rozenblyum (University of Chicago), Peter Scholze (Universität Bonn), Gabriele Vezzosi (Università di Firenze)Derived algebraic geometry is an extension of algebraic geometry that provides a convenient framework for directly treating nongeneric geometric situations (such as nontransverse intersections in intersection theory), in lieu of the more traditional perturbative approaches (such as the “moving” lemma). This direct approach, in addition to being conceptually satisfying, has the distinct advantage of preserving the symmetries of the situation, which makes it much more applicable. In particular, in recent years, such techniques have found applications in diverse areas of mathematics, ranging from arithmetic geometry, mathematical physics, geometric representation theory, and homotopy theory. This semester long program will be dedicated to exploring these directions further, and finding new connections.
Updated on Jan 02, 2019 03:00 PM PST 
Program Birational Geometry and Moduli Spaces
Organizers: Antonella Grassi (University of Pennsylvania), LEAD Christopher Hacon (University of Utah), Sándor Kovács (University of Washington), Mircea Mustaţă (University of Michigan), Martin Olsson (University of California, Berkeley)Birational Geometry and Moduli Spaces are two important areas of Algebraic Geometry that have recently witnessed a flurry of activity and substantial progress on many fundamental open questions. In this program we aim to bring together key researchers in these and related areas to highlight the recent exciting progress and to explore future avenues of research.This program will focus on the following themes: Geometry and Derived Categories, Birational Algebraic Geometry, Moduli Spaces of Stable Varieties, Geometry in Characteristic p>0, and Applications of Algebraic Geometry: Elliptic Fibrations of CalabiYau Varieties in Geometry, Arithmetic and the Physics of String TheoryUpdated on Jan 31, 2017 07:46 PM PST 
Seminar Lunch with Hamilton: Construction of unstable KAM tori for a system of coupled NLS equations.
Updated on Dec 05, 2018 08:59 AM PST 
Seminar Hamiltonian Colloquium: Paritytime symmetry entails pseudoHermiticity regardless of diagonalizability
Updated on Dec 04, 2018 12:29 PM PST 
Seminar Tutorial on Lyapunov functions and Isolating blocks.
Created on Dec 05, 2018 03:14 PM PST 
Seminar Arnold Diffusion
Created on Dec 05, 2018 03:17 PM PST 
Seminar Hamiltonian Seminar: Oscillatory orbits in the planar three body problem for all values of the masses
Updated on Nov 29, 2018 11:19 AM PST 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar
Created on Sep 07, 2018 01:47 PM PDT 
Seminar Chancellor Course: Topics in Analysis
Updated on Aug 17, 2018 03:34 PM PDT 
Seminar Weak KAM Theory, Homogenization and Symplectic Topology
Created on Aug 24, 2018 03:42 PM PDT 
Seminar Celestial Mechanics: Variational construction of periodic and heteroclinic orbits in the planar Sitnikov problem
Updated on Nov 27, 2018 09:45 AM PST 
Seminar Lunch with Hamilton: Modeling the interaction of electromagnetic waves with beams and plasma using variational principles and Hamiltonian analysis
Updated on Nov 29, 2018 02:52 PM PST 
Seminar Chancellor Course: Topics in Analysis
Updated on Aug 17, 2018 03:33 PM PDT 
Seminar Weak KAM Theory, Homogenization and Symplectic Topology
Created on Aug 24, 2018 03:42 PM PDT 
Seminar Hamiltonian Colloquium: Dynamical zeta functions and topology for negatively curved surfaces
Updated on Nov 28, 2018 11:04 AM PST 
Seminar Chancellor Course: Topics in Analysis
Updated on Aug 17, 2018 03:33 PM PDT 
Seminar Weak KAM Theory, Homogenization and Symplectic Topology
Created on Aug 24, 2018 03:42 PM PDT 
Seminar Chancellor Course: Topics in Analysis
Updated on Aug 17, 2018 03:32 PM PDT 
Seminar Weak KAM Theory, Homogenization and Symplectic Topology
Created on Aug 24, 2018 03:42 PM PDT 
Workshop Hamiltonian systems, from topology to applications through analysis II
Organizers: Alessandra Celletti (Seconda Università di Roma "Tor Vergata''), Rafael de la Llave (Georgia Institute of Technology), Diego delCastilloNegrete (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), Lawrence Evans (University of California, Berkeley), LEAD Philip Morrison (University of Texas, Austin), Sergei Tabachnikov (Pennsylvania State University), Amie Wilkinson (University of Chicago)This is a main workshop of the program “Hamiltonian systems, from topology to applications through analysis.” It will feature current developments pertaining to finite and infinitedimensional Hamiltonian systems, with a mix of rigorous theory and applications. A broad range of topics will be included, e.g., existence of and transport about invariant sets (Arnold diffusion, KAM, etc.), techniques for projection/reduction of infinite to finite systems, and the role of topological invariants in applications.
Updated on Dec 14, 2018 12:29 PM PST 
Seminar Combinatorics Seminar: Cyclotomic factors of necklace polynomials.
Updated on Nov 15, 2018 11:30 AM PST 
Seminar Lunch with Hamilton: 3D Billiards: visualization of the 4D phase space and powerlaw trapping of chaotic trajectories
Created on Nov 15, 2018 09:09 AM PST 
Seminar Chancellor Course: Topics in Analysis
Updated on Aug 17, 2018 03:32 PM PDT 
Seminar Weak KAM Theory, Homogenization and Symplectic Topology
Created on Aug 24, 2018 03:42 PM PDT 
Seminar Combinatorics Seminar: Electrical networks and hyperplane arrangements
Updated on Nov 13, 2018 12:29 PM PST 
Seminar Hamiltonian Postdoc Workshop: Emphasizing nonlinear behaviors for cubic coupled systems
Updated on Nov 16, 2018 09:39 AM PST 
Seminar Hamiltonian Postdoc Workshop: The effect of threshold energy obstructions on the L 1 → L∞ dispersive esti mates for some Schr ̈odinger type equations
Updated on Nov 16, 2018 09:40 AM PST 
Seminar Hamiltonian Postdoc Workshop: Linear WhithamBoussinesq modes in channels of constant crosssection and trapped modes associated with continental shelves.
Updated on Nov 16, 2018 09:41 AM PST 
Seminar Hamiltonian Postdoc Workshop: Critical transition to the inverse cascade
Updated on Nov 16, 2018 09:43 AM PST 
Seminar Hamiltonian Seminar: Construction of unstable KAM tori for a system of coupled NLS equations.
Updated on Nov 16, 2018 08:43 AM PST 
Seminar Hamiltonian Colloquium: C⁰ symplectic topology and dynamics
Created on Nov 16, 2018 10:48 AM PST 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar
Created on Sep 07, 2018 01:47 PM PDT 
Seminar Chancellor Course: Topics in Analysis
Updated on Aug 17, 2018 03:31 PM PDT 
Seminar Weak KAM Theory, Homogenization and Symplectic Topology
Created on Aug 24, 2018 03:42 PM PDT 
Seminar Celestial Mechanics: Singularity Theory for Nontwist Tori: from symplectic geometry to applications through analysis.
Updated on Nov 09, 2018 08:36 AM PST 
Seminar Hamiltonian Postdoc Workshop: On the existence of exponentially decreasing solutions to time dependent hyperbolic systems
Updated on Nov 07, 2018 08:52 AM PST 
Seminar Hamiltonian Postdoc Workshop: Optimal time estimate of the Arnold diffusion for analytic quasiconvex nearly integrable systems
Updated on Nov 07, 2018 08:53 AM PST 
Seminar Hamiltonian Postdoc Workshop: Equilibrium quasiperiodic configurations in quasiperiodic media
Updated on Nov 07, 2018 08:54 AM PST 
Seminar Hamiltonian Postdoc Workshop: A proof of Jones’ conjecture: counting and discounting periodic orbits in a delay differential equation
Updated on Nov 07, 2018 09:09 AM PST 
Seminar Chancellor Course: Topics in Analysis
Updated on Aug 17, 2018 03:31 PM PDT 
Seminar Weak KAM Theory, Homogenization and Symplectic Topology
Created on Aug 24, 2018 03:42 PM PDT 
Seminar Hamiltonian Colloquium: Hydrodynamics from Hamilton
Updated on Nov 06, 2018 08:48 AM PST 
Seminar Hamiltonian Postdoc Workshop: Connecting planar linear chains in the spatial Nbody problem with equal masses
Updated on Nov 07, 2018 09:11 AM PST 
Seminar Hamiltonian Postdoc Workshop: Sectional curvatures in the strong force 4body problem
Updated on Nov 07, 2018 08:49 AM PST 
Seminar Hamiltonian Postdoc Workshop: Integrable magnetic flows on the twotorus whose trajectories are all closed
Updated on Nov 07, 2018 08:50 AM PST 
Seminar Hamiltonian Postdoc Workshop: Magnetic Confinement from a Dynamical Perspective
Updated on Nov 07, 2018 08:50 AM PST 
Workshop 2018 BlackwellTapia Conference and Award Banquet
The NSF Mathematical Sciences Institutes Diversity Committee hosts the 2018 BlackwellTapia Conference and Awards Ceremony. This is the ninth conference since 2000, held every other year, with the location rotating among NSF Mathematics Institutes. The conference and prize honors David Blackwell, the first AfricanAmerican member of the National Academy of Science, and Richard Tapia, winner of the National Medal of Science in 2010, two seminal figures who inspired a generation of AfricanAmerican, Native American and Latino/Latina students to pursue careers in mathematics. The BlackwellTapia Prize recognizes a mathematician who has contributed significantly to research in his or her area of expertise, and who has served as a role model for mathematical scientists and students from underrepresented minority groups, or has contributed in other significant ways to addressing the problem of underrepresentation of minorities in math.
The 2018 recipient of the BlackwellTapia Prize is Dr. Ronald E. Mickens, the Distinguished Fuller E. Callaway Professor in the Department of Physics at Clark Atlanta University.
The conference will include scientific talks, poster presentations, panel discussions, ample opportunities for networking, and the awarding of the BlackwellTapia Prize. Participants are invited from all career stages and will represent institutions of all sizes across the country, including Puerto Rico.
Updated on May 08, 2018 12:46 PM PDT 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar
Created on Sep 07, 2018 01:47 PM PDT 
Seminar Hamiltonian Seminar: Barcodes and areapreserving homeomorphisms
Created on Nov 05, 2018 03:58 PM PST 
Seminar Chancellor Course: Topics in Analysis
Updated on Aug 17, 2018 03:31 PM PDT 
Seminar Weak KAM Theory, Homogenization and Symplectic Topology
Created on Aug 24, 2018 03:42 PM PDT 
Seminar Celestial Mechanics: Whiskered parabolic tori in the planar (n+1)body problem
Updated on Nov 02, 2018 12:26 PM PDT 
Seminar Lunch with Hamilton: Exponentially small splitting of separatrices associated to 3D whiskered tori with cubic frequencies
Updated on Oct 31, 2018 09:29 AM PDT 
Seminar Chancellor Course: Topics in Analysis
Updated on Aug 17, 2018 03:30 PM PDT 
Seminar Weak KAM Theory, Homogenization and Symplectic Topology
Created on Aug 24, 2018 03:42 PM PDT 
Seminar Combinatorics Seminar: Inequalities for families of symmetric functions Abstract
Updated on Oct 29, 2018 10:00 AM PDT 
Seminar Hamiltonian Seminar: Fibrations of R^3 and contact structures
Updated on Oct 22, 2018 04:56 PM PDT 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar
Created on Sep 07, 2018 01:47 PM PDT 
Seminar Chancellor Course: Topics in Analysis
Updated on Aug 17, 2018 03:30 PM PDT 
Seminar Weak KAM Theory, Homogenization and Symplectic Topology
Created on Aug 24, 2018 03:42 PM PDT 
Seminar Celestial Mechanics: Global instability in the elliptic restricted three body problem
Updated on Oct 26, 2018 08:39 AM PDT 
Seminar (Pre) Lunch with Hamilton: Growth of Sobolev norms for the cubic nonlinear Schrödinger equation near 1D quasiperiodic solutions
Updated on Oct 26, 2018 10:08 AM PDT 
Seminar Chancellor Course: Topics in Analysis
Updated on Aug 17, 2018 03:30 PM PDT 
Seminar Weak KAM Theory, Homogenization and Symplectic Topology
Created on Aug 24, 2018 03:42 PM PDT 
Seminar Hamiltonian Colloquium: Reductions of the VlasovMaxwell System with Applications to PlasmaBased Accelerators
Updated on Oct 24, 2018 03:16 PM PDT 
Seminar Combinatorics Seminar: Nonsymmetric Macdonald polynomials and Demazure characters
Updated on Oct 24, 2018 10:36 AM PDT 
Seminar Hamiltonian Seminar: Quasi periodic coorbital motions (joint work with Philippe Robutel and Alexandre Pousse)
Updated on Oct 18, 2018 04:44 PM PDT 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar
Created on Sep 07, 2018 01:47 PM PDT 
Seminar Arnold Diffusion First Cycle 2: On Arnold diffusion, the higher dimensional case
Updated on Oct 18, 2018 12:19 PM PDT 
Seminar Arnold Diffusion First Cycle 2
Created on Oct 17, 2018 01:44 PM PDT 
Seminar Arnold Diffusion First Cycle 2
Created on Oct 22, 2018 03:45 PM PDT 
Seminar Arnold Diffusion First Cycle 2
Created on Oct 22, 2018 03:46 PM PDT 
Seminar Chancellor Course: Topics in Analysis
Updated on Aug 17, 2018 03:29 PM PDT 
Seminar Weak KAM Theory, Homogenization and Symplectic Topology
Created on Aug 24, 2018 03:42 PM PDT 
Seminar Arnold Diffusion First Cycle 2
Created on Oct 18, 2018 11:14 AM PDT 
Seminar Lunch with Hamilton: Using Greene's residue criterion to study torus breakup in areapreserving maps
Updated on Oct 17, 2018 04:35 PM PDT 
Seminar Arnold Diffusion First Cycle 2
Updated on Oct 17, 2018 12:26 PM PDT 
Seminar Arnold Diffusion First Cycle 2: On Arnold diffusion, the higher dimensional case
Updated on Oct 18, 2018 12:18 PM PDT 
Seminar Arnold Diffusion First Cycle 2
Created on Oct 17, 2018 01:11 PM PDT 
Seminar Arnold Diffusion First Cycle 2
Created on Oct 17, 2018 01:42 PM PDT 
Seminar Chancellor Course: Topics in Analysis
Updated on Aug 17, 2018 03:29 PM PDT 
Seminar Weak KAM Theory, Homogenization and Symplectic Topology
Created on Aug 24, 2018 03:42 PM PDT 
Seminar Arnold Diffusion First Cycle 2
Updated on Oct 18, 2018 11:33 AM PDT 
Seminar Hamiltonian Colloquium: Symplectic reduction of the 3body problem in 4dimensional space
Updated on Oct 03, 2018 09:54 AM PDT 
Seminar Arnold Diffusion First Cycle 2
Created on Oct 17, 2018 12:10 PM PDT 
Seminar Arnold Diffusion First Cycle 2: Diffusion along chains of normally hyperbolic cylinders
Updated on Oct 18, 2018 11:19 AM PDT 
Seminar Arnold Diffusion First Cycle 2
Created on Oct 17, 2018 12:14 PM PDT 
Seminar Combinatorics Seminar: The Hopf monoid of orbit polytopes and its character group
Updated on Oct 18, 2018 02:17 PM PDT 
Seminar Hamiltonian Seminar: Analytic invariant curves for analytic twist map
Updated on Oct 11, 2018 10:00 AM PDT 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar
Created on Sep 07, 2018 01:47 PM PDT 
Seminar Arnold Diffusion First Cycle
Created on Oct 10, 2018 02:29 PM PDT 
Seminar Arnold Diffusion First Cycle
Updated on Oct 10, 2018 03:40 PM PDT 
Seminar Chancellor Course: Topics in Analysis
Updated on Aug 17, 2018 03:27 PM PDT 
Seminar Weak KAM Theory, Homogenization and Symplectic Topology
Created on Aug 24, 2018 03:42 PM PDT 
Seminar Celestial Mechanics: Shape space figure 8 solution of the three body problem with two equal masses
Updated on Oct 11, 2018 08:56 AM PDT 
Seminar Lunch with Hamilton: Degenerate variational integrators
Updated on Oct 12, 2018 11:14 AM PDT 
Seminar Arnold Diffusion First Cycle
Updated on Oct 10, 2018 02:30 PM PDT 
Seminar Arnold Diffusion First Cycle
Updated on Oct 10, 2018 02:29 PM PDT 
Seminar Chancellor Course: Topics in Analysis
Updated on Aug 17, 2018 03:35 PM PDT 
Seminar Weak KAM Theory, Homogenization and Symplectic Topology
Created on Aug 24, 2018 03:42 PM PDT 
Seminar Arnold Diffusion First Cycle
Created on Oct 10, 2018 02:29 PM PDT 
Seminar Hamiltonian Colloquium: Curious Instances of Geodesics on SO(3)
Updated on Oct 12, 2018 10:16 AM PDT 
Seminar Combinatorics Seminar: Walks, groups and Difference Equations
Updated on Sep 13, 2018 01:36 PM PDT 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar
Created on Sep 07, 2018 01:47 PM PDT 
Seminar Chancellor Course: Topics in Analysis
Updated on Aug 17, 2018 03:29 PM PDT 
Seminar Weak KAM Theory, Homogenization and Symplectic Topology
Created on Aug 24, 2018 03:42 PM PDT 
Workshop 2018 Modern Math Workshop
Organizers: Hélène Barcelo (MSRI  Mathematical Sciences Research Institute), LEAD Elvan Ceyhan (SAMSI  Statistical and Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute), Leslie McClure (SAMSI  Statistical and Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute), Christian Ratsch (University of California, Los Angeles; Institute of Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM)), Ulrica Wilson (Morehouse College; Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics (ICERM))The Mathematical Sciences Diversity Initiative holds a Modern Math Workshop (MMW) prior to the SACNAS National Conference each year. The 2018 MMW will be hosted by SAMSI at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, San Antonio, Texas on October 10th and 11th, 2018. This workshop is intended to encourage undergraduates, graduate students and recent PhDs from underrepresented minority groups to pursue careers in the mathematical sciences and build research and mentoring networks. The Modern Math Workshop is a preconference event at the SACNAS National Conference. The MMW includes a keynote lecture, minicourses, research talks, a question and answer session and a reception.
Updated on Mar 15, 2018 12:33 PM PDT 
Seminar Chancellor Course: Topics in Analysis
Updated on Aug 17, 2018 03:28 PM PDT 
Seminar Weak KAM Theory, Homogenization and Symplectic Topology
Created on Aug 24, 2018 03:42 PM PDT 
Workshop Hamiltonian systems, from topology to applications through analysis I
Organizers: Alessandra Celletti (Seconda Università di Roma "Tor Vergata''), Rafael de la Llave (Georgia Institute of Technology), Diego delCastilloNegrete (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), Lawrence Evans (University of California, Berkeley), LEAD Philip Morrison (University of Texas, Austin), Sergei Tabachnikov (Pennsylvania State University), Amie Wilkinson (University of Chicago)This is a main workshop of the program “Hamiltonian systems, from topology to applications through analysis” and is a companion to the workshop next month (November 2630). Both workshops will feature current developments pertaining to finite and infinitedimensional Hamiltonian systems, with a mix of rigorous theory and applications. A broad range of topics will be included, e.g., existence of and transport about invariant sets (Arnold diffusion, KAM, etc.), techniques for projection/reduction of infinite to finite systems, and the role of topological invariants in applications.
Updated on Oct 15, 2018 12:28 PM PDT 
Seminar Combinatorics Seminar: The Taylor coefficients of the Jacobi theta constant θ3
Updated on Sep 13, 2018 01:25 PM PDT 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar: TBA
Updated on Sep 27, 2018 02:04 PM PDT 
Seminar Hamiltonian Seminar: A WhithamBoussinesq water wave model and simple approximations of the nonlocal variable depth DirichletNeumann operator.
Updated on Sep 25, 2018 08:58 AM PDT 
Seminar Chancellor Course: Topics in Analysis
Updated on Aug 17, 2018 03:27 PM PDT 
Seminar Weak KAM Theory, Homogenization and Symplectic Topology
Created on Aug 24, 2018 03:42 PM PDT 
Seminar An introduction to Delay Differential Equations and the Infinite Limit Cycle Bifurcation
Created on Sep 13, 2018 04:03 PM PDT 
Seminar Celestial Mechanics: Asymptotic density of the collision orbits in the restricted planar circular 3 body problem
Updated on Sep 27, 2018 09:11 AM PDT 
Seminar Lunch with Hamilton: A method for numerical computation starting from a quasiperiodic trajectory
Updated on Sep 24, 2018 12:22 PM PDT 
Seminar Chancellor Course: Topics in Analysis
Updated on Aug 17, 2018 03:27 PM PDT 
Seminar Weak KAM Theory, Homogenization and Symplectic Topology
Created on Aug 24, 2018 03:42 PM PDT 
Workshop Hot Topics: Shape and Structure of Materials
Organizers: Myfanwy Evans (TU Berlin), LEAD Frank Lutz (TU Berlin), Dmitriy Morozov (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), James Sethian (University of California, Berkeley), Ileana Streinu (Smith College)The fascinating and complicated microstructures of materials that are now visible through advanced imaging techniques challenge the frontiers of characterisation and understanding. At the same time, developments in modern geometric and topological techniques are beginning to illuminate important features of material structures, while the microstructures themselves and the analysis and prediction of their macroscopic properties are inspiring new directions in pure and applied mathematics. In a collaboration with the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL), this workshop aims at intensifying the interaction of mathematicians with material scientists, physicists and chemists on the structural description and design of materials.
Updated on Oct 05, 2018 03:08 PM PDT 
Seminar Combinatorics Seminar: Coherence of cellular strings of zonotopes
Updated on Sep 25, 2018 09:25 AM PDT 
Seminar Hamiltonian Seminar: Lagrangian spectral invariants, graph selector and AubryMather theory
Updated on Sep 19, 2018 10:18 AM PDT 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar: TBA
Updated on Sep 21, 2018 02:59 PM PDT 
Seminar Chancellor Course: Topics in Analysis
Updated on Aug 17, 2018 03:26 PM PDT 
Seminar Weak KAM Theory, Homogenization and Symplectic Topology
Created on Aug 24, 2018 03:42 PM PDT 
Seminar UC Berkeley Colloquium: You can hear the shape of a billiard table
Updated on Sep 06, 2018 11:14 AM PDT 
Seminar Celestial Mechanics: Scattering Ct'd
Created on Sep 21, 2018 08:36 AM PDT 
Seminar Lunch with Hamilton: Topological dynamics in threedimensional volumepreserving maps
Updated on Sep 20, 2018 11:46 AM PDT 
Seminar Chancellor Course: Topics in Analysis
Updated on Aug 17, 2018 03:26 PM PDT 
Seminar Weak KAM Theory, Homogenization and Symplectic Topology
Created on Aug 24, 2018 03:42 PM PDT 
Seminar Hamiltonian Colloquium: From Hamiltonian systems with infinitely many periodic orbits to pseudorotations via symplectic topology
Updated on Sep 20, 2018 02:36 PM PDT 
Seminar Combinatorics Seminar: NearEquality of Ribbon Schur Functions
Updated on Sep 13, 2018 01:18 PM PDT 
Seminar Hamiltonian Seminar: Stability for PDEs, the Maslov Index, and Spatial Dynamics
Updated on Sep 14, 2018 08:46 AM PDT 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar:
Updated on Sep 18, 2018 12:26 PM PDT 
Seminar Chancellor Course: Topics in Analysis
Updated on Aug 17, 2018 03:25 PM PDT 
Seminar Weak KAM Theory, Homogenization and Symplectic Topology
Created on Aug 24, 2018 03:42 PM PDT 
Seminar Celestial Mechanics: Scattering in the Nbody problem
Updated on Sep 18, 2018 11:43 AM PDT 
Seminar Lunch with Hamilton: Lie group and homogeneous variational integrators and their applications to geometric optimal control theory
Updated on Sep 13, 2018 03:50 PM PDT 
Seminar Chancellor Course: Topics in Analysis
Updated on Aug 17, 2018 03:25 PM PDT 
Seminar Weak KAM Theory, Homogenization and Symplectic Topology
Created on Aug 24, 2018 03:42 PM PDT 
Seminar Hamiltonian Colloquium: Almostinvariant tori
Updated on Sep 13, 2018 09:09 AM PDT 
Seminar Combinatorics Seminar: Divisors on matroids and their volumes
Updated on Sep 14, 2018 01:10 PM PDT 
Seminar Hamiltonian Seminar: Introducing symplectic billiards
Updated on Sep 06, 2018 09:53 AM PDT 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar
Created on Sep 07, 2018 10:39 AM PDT 
Seminar Chancellor Course: Topics in Analysis
Updated on Aug 17, 2018 03:25 PM PDT 
Seminar Weak KAM Theory, Homogenization and Symplectic Topology
Created on Aug 24, 2018 03:42 PM PDT 
Seminar Special Seminar: Simultaneous Binary Collisions and the Mysterious 8/3
Created on Sep 07, 2018 01:57 PM PDT 
Seminar Mathematics Department Colloquium: Cantor invariant subsets of conservative 2dimensional dynamics
Created on Sep 10, 2018 09:22 AM PDT 
Seminar Lunch with Hamilton: A new necessary and sufficient condition for the stability of linear Hamiltonian systems with periodic coefficients
Updated on Sep 06, 2018 08:44 AM PDT 
Seminar Chancellor Course: Topics in Analysis
Updated on Aug 17, 2018 03:24 PM PDT 
Seminar Weak KAM Theory, Homogenization and Symplectic Topology
Created on Aug 24, 2018 03:42 PM PDT 
Seminar Special Seminar: On polynomially integrable billiards on surfaces of constant curvature
Created on Sep 06, 2018 09:56 AM PDT 
Seminar Hamiltonian Colloquium: Capturing photo electron motion with guiding centers: a Hamiltonian approach
Updated on Aug 29, 2018 10:35 AM PDT 
Seminar Hamiltonian Seminar: Ground states are generically a periodic orbit
Updated on Aug 30, 2018 08:59 AM PDT 
Seminar Postdoc Lunch with Senior Researcher
Updated on Sep 06, 2018 04:55 PM PDT 
Seminar Chancellor Course: Topics in Analysis
Updated on Aug 17, 2018 03:24 PM PDT 
Seminar Weak KAM Theory, Homogenization and Symplectic Topology
Created on Aug 24, 2018 03:42 PM PDT 
Seminar Lunch with Hamilton: Parabolic resonances and other nonseparable structures
Updated on Aug 29, 2018 02:08 PM PDT 
Seminar Chancellor Course: Topics in Analysis
Updated on Aug 17, 2018 03:24 PM PDT 
Seminar Weak KAM Theory, Homogenization and Symplectic Topology
Created on Aug 24, 2018 03:42 PM PDT 
Seminar Hamiltonian Seminar: A local systolic inequality in contact and symplectic geometry
Updated on Aug 23, 2018 01:40 PM PDT 
Seminar Five Minute Talks
Updated on Aug 24, 2018 09:08 AM PDT 
Seminar Chancellor Course: Topics in Analysis
Updated on Aug 17, 2018 03:23 PM PDT 
Seminar Weak KAM Theory, Homogenization and Symplectic Topology
Created on Aug 23, 2018 04:01 PM PDT 
Seminar Lunch with Hamilton: Dynamical systems and Solar sails
Updated on Aug 24, 2018 08:35 AM PDT 
Seminar Five Minute Talks "Hamiltonian Systems"
Updated on Sep 28, 2018 12:25 PM PDT 
Seminar Five Minute Talks
Updated on Aug 24, 2018 09:07 AM PDT 
Seminar Chancellor Course: Topics in Analysis
Updated on Aug 17, 2018 03:36 PM PDT 
Seminar Weak KAM Theory, Homogenization and Symplectic Topology
Updated on Aug 23, 2018 03:59 PM PDT 
Seminar Hamiltonian Colloquium: The arithmetic of the spheres
Updated on Aug 24, 2018 09:42 AM PDT 
Seminar Chancellor Course: Topics in Analysis
Created on Aug 17, 2018 03:22 PM PDT 
Seminar Weak KAM Theory, Homogenization and Symplectic Topology
Updated on Aug 22, 2018 09:55 AM PDT 
Workshop Introductory Workshop: Hamiltonian systems, from topology to applications through analysis
Organizers: MarieClaude Arnaud (Université d'Avignon), Wilfrid Gangbo (University of California, Los Angeles), LEAD vadim kaloshin (University of Maryland), Robert Littlejohn (University of California, Berkeley), Philip Morrison (University of Texas, Austin)The introductory workshop will cover the large variety of topics of the semester: weak KAM theory, Mather theory, HamiltonJacobi equations, integrable systems and integrable planar billiards, instability formation for nearly integrable systems, celestial mechanics, billiards, spectral rigidity, Astrodynamics, motion of satellites, Plasma Physics, Accelerator Physics, Theoretical Chemistry, and Atomic Physics.
The workshop will consist of approximately 18 lectures to introduce the main topics relevant to the semester. That will leave time for discussions and exchange between the participants.Updated on Oct 05, 2018 02:51 PM PDT 
Workshop Connections for Women: Hamiltonian Systems, from topology to applications through analysis
Organizers: MarieClaude Arnaud (Université d'Avignon), LEAD Basak Gurel (University of Central Florida), Tere Seara (Polytechnical University of Cataluña (Barcelona))This workshop will feature lectures on a variety of topics in Hamiltonian dynamics given by leading researchers in the area. The talks will focus on recent developments in subjects closely related to the program such as Arnold diffusion, celestial mechanics, HamiltonJacobi equations, KAM methods, AubryMather theory and symplectic topological techniques, and on applications. The workshop is open to all mathematicians in areas related to the program.
Updated on Dec 05, 2018 03:43 PM PST 
Program Hamiltonian systems, from topology to applications through analysis
Organizers: Rafael de la Llave (Georgia Institute of Technology), LEAD Albert Fathi (Georgia Institute of Technology; École Normale Supérieure de Lyon), vadim kaloshin (University of Maryland), Robert Littlejohn (University of California, Berkeley), Philip Morrison (University of Texas, Austin), Tere Seara (Polytechnical University of Cataluña (Barcelona)), Sergei Tabachnikov (Pennsylvania State University), Amie Wilkinson (University of Chicago)The interdisciplinary nature of Hamiltonian systems is deeply ingrained in its history. Therefore the program will bring together the communities of mathematicians with the community of practitioners, mainly engineers, physicists, and theoretical chemists who use Hamiltonian systems daily. The program will cover not only the mathematical aspects of Hamiltonian systems but also their applications, mainly in space mechanics, physics and chemistry.
The mathematical aspects comprise celestial mechanics, variational methods, relations with PDE, Arnold diffusion and computation. The applications concern celestial mechanics, astrodynamics, motion of satellites, plasma physics, accelerator physics, theoretical chemistry, and atomic physics.
The goal of the program is to bring to the forefront both the theoretical aspects and the applications, by making available for applications the latest theoretical developments, and also by nurturing the theoretical mathematical aspects with new problems that come from concrete problems of applications.
Updated on Aug 20, 2018 08:16 AM PDT 
Program Complementary Program 201819
The Complementary Program has a limited number of memberships that are open to mathematicians whose interests are not closely related to the core programs; special consideration is given to mathematicians who are partners of an invited member of a core program.
Updated on Jun 03, 2019 10:25 AM PDT 
Summer Graduate School From Symplectic Geometry to Chaos
Organizers: Marcel Guardia (Polytechnical University of Cataluña (Barcelona) ), vadim kaloshin (University of Maryland), Leonid Polterovich (Tel Aviv University)The purpose of the summer school is to introduce graduate students to stateoftheart methods and results in Hamiltonian systems and symplectic geometry. We focus on recent developments on the study of chaotic motion in Hamiltonian systems and its applications to models in Celestial Mechanics.
Updated on Jul 31, 2018 12:12 PM PDT 
Summer Graduate School Representations of High Dimensional Data
Organizers: Blake Hunter (Microsoft), Deanna Needell (University of California, Los Angeles)In today's world, data is exploding at a faster rate than computer architectures can handle. This summer school will introduce students to modern and innovative mathematical techniques that address this phenomenon. Handson topics will include data mining, compression, classification, topic modeling, largescale stochastic optimization, and more.Updated on Jul 19, 2018 11:45 AM PDT 
Summer Graduate School IAS/PCMI 2018: Harmonic Analysis
Organizers: Carlos Kenig (University of Chicago), Fanghua Lin (New York University, Courant Institute), Svitlana Mayboroda (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Tatiana Toro (University of Washington)Harmonic analysis is a central field of mathematics with a number of applications to geometry, partial differential equations, probability, and number theory, as well as physics, biology, and engineering. The Graduate Summer School will feature minicourses in geometric measure theory, homogenization, localization, free boundary problems, and partial differential equations as they apply to questions in or draw techniques from harmonic analysis. The goal of the program is to bring together students and researchers at all levels interested in these areas to share exciting recent developments in these subjects, stimulate further interactions, and inspire the new generation to pursue research in harmonic analysis and its applications.
Updated on Jun 20, 2018 12:17 PM PDT 
Summer Graduate School Derived Categories
Organizers: Nicolas Addington (University of Oregon), LEAD Alexander Polishchuk (University of Oregon)The goal of the school is to give an introduction to basic techniques for working with derived categories, with an emphasis on the derived categories of coherent sheaves on algebraic varieties. A particular goal will be to understand Orlov’s equivalence relating the derived category of a projective hypersurface with matrix factorizations of the corresponding polynomial.Updated on Jul 05, 2018 09:05 AM PDT 
Summer Graduate School Hprinciple
Organizers: Emmy Murphy (Northwestern University), Takashi Tsuboi (University of Tokyo)This two week summer school will introduce graduate students to the theory of hprinciples. After building up the theory from basic smooth topology, we will focus on more recent developments of the theory, particularly applications to symplectic and contact geometry, and foliation theory.
Updated on Jun 20, 2018 12:17 PM PDT 
Summer Graduate School Mathematical Analysis of Behavior
Organizers: Ann Hermundstad (Janelia Research Campus, HHMI), Vivek Jayaraman (Janelia Research Campus, HHMI), Eva Kanso (University of Southern California), L. Mahadevan (Harvard University)Explore Outstanding Phenomena in Animal Behavior
Jointly hosted by Janelia and the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI), this program will bring together 1520 advanced PhD students with complementary expertise who are interested in working at the interface of mathematics and biology. Emphasis will be placed on linking behavior to neural dynamics and exploring the coupling between these processes and the natural sensory environment of the organism. The aim is to educate a new type of global scientist that will work collaboratively in tackling complex problems in cellular, circuit and behavioral biology by combining experimental and computational techniques with rigorous mathematics and physics.
Updated on Jun 20, 2018 12:16 PM PDT 
MSRIUP MSRIUP 2018: The Mathematics of Data Science
Organizers: Federico Ardila (San Francisco State University), Duane Cooper (Morehouse College), LEAD Maria Franco (Queensborough Community College (CUNY); MSRI  Mathematical Sciences Research Institute), Rebecca Garcia (Sam Houston State University), David Uminsky (University of San Francisco), Suzanne Weekes (Worcester Polytechnic Institute)The MSRIUP summer program is designed to serve a diverse group of undergraduate students who would like to conduct research in the mathematical sciences.
In 2018, MSRIUP will focus on the core role of (linear) algebra in current research and application areas of Data Science ranging from unsupervised learning, clustering and networks, to algebraic signal processing and feature extraction, to the central role linear algebra plays in deep machine learning. The research program will be led by Dr. David Uminsky, Associate Professor of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of San Francisco.
Updated on Aug 02, 2018 09:47 AM PDT 
Program Summer Research for Women in Mathematics
Organizers: Hélène Barcelo (MSRI  Mathematical Sciences Research Institute)See this LINK for the 2019 Summer Research for Women in Mathematics program.The purpose of the MSRI's program, Summer Research for Women in Mathematics, is to provide space and funds to groups of women mathematicians to work on a research project at MSRI. Research projects can arise from work initiated at a Women's Conference, or can be freestanding activities.Updated on Sep 11, 2018 01:32 PM PDT 
Summer Graduate School The ∂Problem in the TwentyFirst Century
Organizers: Debraj Chakrabarti (Central Michigan University), Jeffery McNeal (Ohio State University)This Summer Graduate School will introduce students to the modern theory of the inhomogeneous CauchyRiemann equation, the fundamental partial differential equation of Complex Analysis. This theory uses powerful tools of partial differential equations, differential geometry and functional analysis to obtain a refined understanding of holomorphic functions on complex manifolds. Besides students planning to work in complex analysis, this course will be valuable to those planning to study partial differential equations, complex differential and algebraic geometry, and operator theory. The exposition will be selfcontained and the prerequisites will be kept at a minimum
Updated on Jun 21, 2018 01:13 PM PDT 
Summer Graduate School Séminaire de Mathématiques Supérieures 2018: Derived Geometry and Higher Categorical Structures in Geometry and Physics
Organizers: Anton Alekseev (Université de Genève), Ruxandra Moraru (University of Waterloo), Chenchang Zhu (Universität Göttingen)Higher categorical structures and homotopy methods have made significant influence on geometry in recent years. This summer school is aimed at transferring these ideas and fundamental technical tools to the next generation of mathematicians.
The summer school will focus on the following four topics: higher categorical structures in geometry, derived geometry, factorization algebras, and their application in physics. There will be eight to ten mini courses on these topics, including mini courses led by Chirs Brav, Kevin Costello, Jacob Lurie, and Ezra Getzler. The prerequisites will be kept at a minimum, however, a introductory courses in differential geometry, algebraic topology and abstract algebra are recommended.Updated on Jun 20, 2018 12:16 PM PDT 
Seminar EGN Moduli and Representation Theory: BPS State Counts in 4d N=4 String Theory, with Applications to Moonshine
Created on May 17, 2018 01:10 PM PDT 
Seminar GRTA Young Researchers Seminar: Representations of rational Cherednik algebras in zero and positive characteristic
Created on May 21, 2018 08:45 AM PDT 
Seminar EGN Postdoc and student seminar:
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Seminar EGN Moduli and Representation Theory seminar: dgmanifolds form a category of fibrant objects
Updated on May 16, 2018 01:45 PM PDT 
Seminar EGN Main Seminar: Rational curves in the Fano variety of lines via GromovWitten theory
Updated on May 11, 2018 11:36 AM PDT 
Seminar Young Researchers Seminar: Springer fibers  Generation and Presentation of Simple Groups
Updated on May 11, 2018 01:59 PM PDT 
Seminar EGN Postdoc and student seminar: Counting curves using the Fukaya category
Updated on May 11, 2018 09:47 AM PDT 
Seminar GRTA seminar: Superalgebra and categorification
Updated on May 11, 2018 09:15 AM PDT 
Seminar Special Seminar: A Symplectic Perspective on Nesterov Acceleration
Updated on May 17, 2018 08:52 AM PDT 
Seminar Seminar Sequence: Cyclotomic Double affine Hecke algebras and multiplicative quiver varieties
Updated on May 01, 2018 11:17 AM PDT 
Seminar Seminar Sequence: NonAbelian Hodge Theory, Mirror Symmetry, and Geometric Langlands
Created on May 01, 2018 11:18 AM PDT 
Seminar Seminar Sequence: Coulomb branches and their resolutions
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Seminar Seminar Sequence: The adelic HirzebruchRR in higher genus quantum Ktheory
Updated on May 11, 2018 04:20 PM PDT 
Seminar EGN symplectic geometry and mirror symmetry seminar: Homological mirror symmetry for the complex genus 2 curve
Updated on May 01, 2018 04:23 PM PDT 
Seminar EGN symplectic geometry and mirror symmetry seminar: Fukaya categories of Liouville sectors
Updated on May 17, 2018 10:13 AM PDT 
Seminar EGN Colloquium: Mathematical predictions/results from class S theories
Updated on May 17, 2018 08:46 AM PDT 
Seminar GRTA Young Researchers Seminar: Springer fibers  basic properties and applications to categorification
Updated on May 07, 2018 10:35 AM PDT 
Seminar EGN Main Seminar: Severi degrees via representation theory
Updated on May 04, 2018 02:00 PM PDT 
Seminar EGN Main Seminar: The local real GromovWitten theory of curves
Updated on May 17, 2018 08:44 AM PDT 
Seminar EGN Polyfold Lab Meeting: The symplectic (A_\infty,2)category and why CF(Clifford circle, RP1) is defined but CF(Clifford torus, RP2) isn't
Updated on May 08, 2018 02:00 PM PDT 
Seminar Ktheoretic DonaldsonThomas theory and the Hilbert scheme of points on a surface
Updated on May 04, 2018 11:44 AM PDT 
Seminar GRTA seminar: Modular representations of finite groups of Lie type that are very close to 1dimensional
Updated on May 17, 2018 08:45 AM PDT 
Seminar GRTA seminar: Towards a categorification of a projection from an affine to a finite Hecke algebra in type A
Updated on May 17, 2018 08:46 AM PDT 
Seminar EGN MathPhysics seminar: Superspinchains and gauge theories
Updated on Apr 30, 2018 08:37 AM PDT 
Seminar EGN Moduli and Representation Theory seminar: On GromovWitten theory of hypersurfaces
Updated on May 07, 2018 10:34 AM PDT 
Seminar GRTA Applications and Open Problems: Restrictions of representations of simple groups
Updated on May 02, 2018 12:19 PM PDT 
Seminar EGN Main Seminar: Fourdimensional BPS states in the E6 theory
Updated on May 01, 2018 11:46 AM PDT 
Seminar EGN symplectic geometry and mirror symmetry seminar: Tropical Lagrangians and mirror symmetry
Updated on Apr 24, 2018 01:02 PM PDT 
Seminar Virtual Classes in Algebraic Geometry
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Seminar GRTA Applications and Open Problems: Characters, and other special functions, from the point of view of the enumerative geometry
Updated on Apr 30, 2018 08:30 AM PDT 
Seminar EGN Main Seminar: New directions in VafaWitten theory
Updated on Apr 27, 2018 12:02 PM PDT 
Seminar EGN Polyfold Lab Meeting: Polyfolds in GromovWitten theory
Updated on Apr 27, 2018 12:02 PM PDT 
Seminar EGN Postdoc and student seminar: Quantum Ktheory of Nakajima Quiver Varieties and the Baxter Operator
Updated on Apr 30, 2018 01:11 PM PDT 
Seminar GRTA seminar: Virtual projectives, strong nilpotence and zombies
Updated on Apr 27, 2018 08:35 AM PDT 
Seminar GRTA seminar: Schurifying superalgebras
Updated on Apr 27, 2018 08:35 AM PDT 
Seminar EGN MathPhysics seminar: Toroidal algebras, Hilbert schemes and finite groups of Lie type
Updated on Apr 27, 2018 08:36 AM PDT 
Seminar EGN Open GW seminar: Holomorphic Anomaly Equations and Open GW Invariants
Updated on Apr 20, 2018 01:02 PM PDT 
Seminar Virtual Classes in Algebraic Geometry
Created on Jan 17, 2018 03:35 PM PST 
Seminar UC Berkeley Colloquium: Metric collapsing of hyperkahler K3 surfaces
Updated on Apr 20, 2018 08:55 AM PDT 
Seminar EGN Main Seminar: Knot homology and Hilbert schemes
Updated on Apr 20, 2018 10:59 AM PDT 
Seminar EGN Main Seminar: Monoidal Gerbes and Cohomological Hall (co)Algebras
Updated on Apr 20, 2018 11:34 AM PDT 
Seminar EGN Polyfold Lab Meeting: Scale Calculus 201 + Polyfold building blocks
Updated on Apr 20, 2018 11:42 AM PDT 
Seminar Virtual Classes in Algebraic Geometry
Created on Jan 17, 2018 03:35 PM PST 
Seminar EGN Postdoc and student seminar: Counting nodal curves on families of surfaces
Updated on Apr 20, 2018 01:45 PM PDT 
Seminar GRTA seminar: Moment graphs, KazhdanLusztig polynomials and combinatorics
Updated on Apr 19, 2018 09:04 AM PDT 
Seminar EGN MathPhysics seminar: Hecke correspondences for general surfaces, II
Updated on Apr 20, 2018 09:10 AM PDT 
Seminar EGN Moduli and Representation Theory seminar: Refined BPS invariants for local del Pezzos and representations of affine E_8
Updated on Apr 20, 2018 08:38 AM PDT 
Seminar EGN Open GW seminar: Genus zero open GromovWitten theory via A_\infty structures
Updated on Apr 13, 2018 10:54 AM PDT 
Seminar EGN symplectic geometry and mirror symmetry seminar: Symplectic topology of K3 surfaces via mirror symmetry
Updated on Apr 16, 2018 08:51 AM PDT 
Seminar Virtual Classes in Algebraic Geometry
Created on Jan 17, 2018 03:35 PM PST 
Seminar UC Berkeley Colloquium: Mirror Symmetry for Grassmannians
Updated on Apr 12, 2018 01:33 PM PDT 
Seminar GRTA Applications and Open Problems: Neocanonical bases
Updated on Apr 13, 2018 09:56 AM PDT 
Seminar GRTA Colloquium: On some open problems in group representation theory
Updated on Apr 13, 2018 01:03 PM PDT 
Seminar EGN Main Seminar: GW/DT correspondence for local gerby curves with transversal A_n singularity
Updated on Apr 12, 2018 01:32 PM PDT 
Seminar EGN Main Seminar: Toric flips and quantum Dmodules
Updated on Apr 12, 2018 01:33 PM PDT 
Seminar EGN Polyfold Lab Meeting: Locallocal, local and global constructions in polyfold theory II
Updated on Apr 12, 2018 10:57 AM PDT 
Seminar Virtual Classes in Algebraic Geometry
Created on Jan 17, 2018 03:35 PM PST 
Seminar EGN Postdoc and student seminar: Affine Springer fibers: introduction
Updated on Apr 10, 2018 01:57 PM PDT 
Seminar GRTA seminar: The geometry of the Frobenius contraction functor
Updated on Apr 12, 2018 03:13 PM PDT 
Seminar GRTA seminar: What does periplectic supergroup categorify?
Updated on Apr 12, 2018 03:13 PM PDT 
Seminar EGN MathPhysics seminar: Top heaviness and hard Lefschetz in combinatorics
Updated on Apr 13, 2018 09:03 AM PDT 
Seminar EGN Moduli and Representation Theory seminar: Diagonal coinvariants and affine Schubert calculus
Updated on Apr 13, 2018 03:54 PM PDT 
Workshop The 2018 Infinite Possibilities Conference
Organizers: Alejandra Alvarado (U.S. Navy), Hélène Barcelo (MSRI  Mathematical Sciences Research Institute), Rebecca Garcia (Sam Houston State University), Katharine Gurski (Howard University), LEAD Lily Khadjavi (Loyola Marymount University), Candice Price (University of San Diego), Kimberly Sellers (Georgetown University), Talitha Washington (Howard University), Kimberly Weems (North Carolina Central University), Ulrica Wilson (Morehouse College; Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics (ICERM))The Infinite Possibilities Conference (IPC) is a national conference that is designed to promote, educate, encourage and support women of color interested in mathematics and statistics, as a step towards addressing the underrepresentation of AfricanAmericans, Latinas, Native Americans, and Pacific Islanders in these fields.
IPC aims to:
 fulfill a need for role models and communitybuilding
 provide greater access to information and resources for success in graduate school and beyond
 raise awareness of factors that can support or impede underrepresented women in the mathematical sciences
A unique gathering, the conference brings together participants from across the country, at all stages of education and career, for mentoring and mathematics.
Updated on May 18, 2018 12:18 PM PDT 
Seminar EGN Open GW seminar: Genus zero open GromovWitten theory via A_\infty structures
Updated on Apr 09, 2018 03:48 PM PDT 
Seminar EGN symplectic geometry and mirror symmetry seminar: Lagrangian pinwheels
Updated on Apr 05, 2018 10:30 AM PDT 
Seminar Virtual Classes in Algebraic Geometry
Created on Jan 17, 2018 03:35 PM PST 
Seminar UC Berkeley Colloquium: Different approaches to the virtual moduli cycle  an elementary introduction
Updated on Apr 09, 2018 10:20 AM PDT 
Seminar EGN Main Seminar: Plumbings and flops
Updated on Apr 05, 2018 08:31 AM PDT 
Seminar EGN Main Seminar: Knot invariants from mirror symmetry
Updated on Apr 05, 2018 08:31 AM PDT 
Seminar EGN Polyfold Lab Meeting: How to deal with selfgluing
Updated on Apr 04, 2018 08:26 AM PDT 
Seminar Virtual Classes in Algebraic Geometry
Created on Jan 17, 2018 03:35 PM PST 
Seminar EGN Postdoc and student seminar: Localization and wallcrossing formulas
Updated on Apr 05, 2018 12:06 PM PDT 
Workshop Representations of Finite and Algebraic Groups
Organizers: Robert Guralnick (University of Southern California), Alexander Kleshchev (University of Oregon), Gunter Malle (Universität Kaiserslautern), Gabriel Navarro (University of Valencia), LEAD Pham Tiep (Rutgers University)The workshop will bring together key researchers working in various areas of Group Representation Theory to strengthen the interaction and collaboration between them and to make further progress on a number of basic problems and conjectures in the field. Topics of the workshop include
 Globallocal conjectures in the representation theory of finite groups
 Representations and cohomology of simple, algebraic and finite groups
 Connections to Lie theory and categorification, and
 Applications to group theory, number theory, algebraic geometry, and combinatorics.Updated on May 25, 2018 11:23 AM PDT 
Seminar EGN MathPhysics seminar: Quantum cohomology of Hilb(K3)
Updated on Mar 27, 2018 08:48 AM PDT 
Seminar EGN Open GW seminar:
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Seminar EGN symplectic geometry and mirror symmetry seminar: Distinguishing Lagrangian submanifolds via holomorphic annuli
Updated on Mar 29, 2018 09:29 AM PDT 
Seminar Virtual Classes in Algebraic Geometry
Created on Jan 17, 2018 03:35 PM PST 
Seminar UC Berkeley Colloquium: Combinatorics of the asymmetric simple exclusion process
Updated on Mar 29, 2018 09:35 AM PDT 
Seminar GRTA Colloquium: Deformations of singular symplectic varieties and the Orbit method
Updated on Mar 26, 2018 10:11 AM PDT 
Seminar EGN Main Seminar: Localized Chern Characters for 2periodic complexes
Updated on Mar 29, 2018 10:40 AM PDT 
Seminar EGN Main Seminar: Highergenus global mirror symmetry
Updated on Mar 29, 2018 10:40 AM PDT 
Seminar EGN Polyfold Lab Meeting: Locallocal, local and global constructions in polyfold theory
Updated on Mar 27, 2018 03:29 PM PDT 
Seminar Virtual Classes in Algebraic Geometry
Created on Jan 17, 2018 03:35 PM PST 
Seminar EGN Postdoc and student seminar: Using the topological vertex outside toric geometry
Updated on Apr 02, 2018 09:58 AM PDT 
Seminar GRTA seminar: Character Values in Type A
Updated on Mar 29, 2018 01:39 PM PDT 
Seminar GRTA seminar: On abelian subcategories of triangulated categories
Updated on Mar 29, 2018 01:40 PM PDT 
Seminar EGN MathPhysics seminar: A geometric model for complex analytic equivariant elliptic cohomology
Updated on Mar 28, 2018 09:48 AM PDT 
Seminar EGN Moduli and Representation Theory seminar: Generalized DonaldsonThomas Invariants via Kirwan Blowups
Updated on Mar 26, 2018 08:50 AM PDT 
Seminar GRTA Applications and Open Problems: Open problems in character theory
Updated on Mar 22, 2018 10:06 AM PDT 
Seminar GRTA seminar: On dimension growth of irreducible representations of semisimple Lie algebras in characteristic p
Updated on Mar 22, 2018 08:39 AM PDT 
Seminar GRTA seminar: Stabilization of representations of periplectic Lie superalgebras
Updated on Mar 22, 2018 08:39 AM PDT 
Seminar EGN Moduli and Representation Theory seminar: Quilted disks and functors between Fukaya categories
Updated on Mar 22, 2018 08:38 AM PDT 
Seminar Chern Lectures: Renormalization: a BPHZ theorem for stochastic PDEs
Updated on Mar 15, 2018 11:13 AM PDT 
Seminar Virtual Classes in Algebraic Geometry
Created on Jan 17, 2018 03:35 PM PST 
Seminar Chern Lectures: Regularity structures
Updated on Mar 15, 2018 11:12 AM PDT 
Seminar Chern Lectures: An analyst’s incursion into perturbative quantum field theory
Updated on Mar 15, 2018 11:12 AM PDT 
Seminar Virtual Classes in Algebraic Geometry
Created on Jan 17, 2018 03:35 PM PST 
Seminar Chern Lectures: Bridging scales
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Seminar Commutative Algebra and Algebraic Geometry: The Fellowship of the Ring: Decomposing Tensor Products
Created on Mar 16, 2018 08:38 AM PDT 
Workshop Structures in Enumerative Geometry
Organizers: Mina Aganagic (University of California, Berkeley), Jim Bryan (University of British Columbia), LEAD Davesh Maulik (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Balazs Szendroi (University of Oxford), Richard Thomas (Imperial College, London)The purpose of the workshop is to bring together specialists to work on understanding the manyfaceted mathematical structures underlying problems in enumerative geometry. Topics represented at the workshop will include: geometric representation theory, supersymmetric gauge theory, string theory, knot theory, and derived geometry, all of which have had a profound effect on the development of modern enumerative geometry.
Updated on Jun 29, 2018 10:50 AM PDT 
Seminar Virtual Classes in Algebraic Geometry
Created on Jan 17, 2018 03:35 PM PST 
Seminar UC Berkeley Colloquium: Groups, probability and representations
Updated on Mar 08, 2018 02:02 PM PST 
Seminar EGN Polyfold Lab Meeting: Vector bundle stacks and cone stacks
Updated on Mar 08, 2018 09:10 AM PST 
Seminar Virtual Classes in Algebraic Geometry
Created on Jan 17, 2018 03:35 PM PST 
Seminar EGN Postdoc and student seminar: Genus 0 relative quasimaps to toric targets
Updated on Mar 08, 2018 08:43 AM PST 
Workshop Hot Topics: The Homological Conjectures
Organizers: Bhargav Bhatt (University of Michigan), Srikanth Iyengar (University of Utah), Wieslawa Niziol (CNRS, Ecole Normale Superieure de Lyon), LEAD Anurag Singh (University of Utah)The homological conjectures in commutative algebra are a network of conjectures that have generated a tremendous amount of activity in the last 50 years. They had largely been resolved for commutative rings that contain a field, but, with the exception of some low dimensional cases, several remained open in mixed characteristic  until recently, when Yves André announced a proof of Hochster's Direct Summand Conjecture. The progress comes from systematically applying Scholze's theory of perfectoid spaces, which had already shown its value by solving formidable problems in number theory and representation theory. One of the goals of the workshop is to cover the ingredients going into the proofs of the Direct Summand Conjecture.
Updated on Mar 23, 2018 11:01 AM PDT 
Seminar EGN MathPhysics seminar: qskein algebras as integrable systems
Updated on Mar 08, 2018 02:00 PM PST 
Seminar EGN Moduli and Representation Theory seminar: Elliptic stable envelope for Hilbert scheme of points on C^2
Updated on Mar 06, 2018 08:26 AM PST 
Seminar EGN Open GW seminar: SFT stretching, large N duality, and skein relations
Updated on Mar 02, 2018 10:41 AM PST 
Seminar EGN symplectic geometry and mirror symmetry seminar: Refined curve counts for immersed Lagrangian surfaces
Updated on Mar 05, 2018 11:16 AM PST 
Workshop Latinx in the Mathematical Sciences Conference 2018
Organizers: Federico Ardila (San Francisco State University), Ricardo Cortez (Tulane University), Tatiana Toro (University of Washington), Mariel Vazquez (University of California, Davis)On March 810, 2018, IPAM will host a conference showcasing the achievements of Latinx in the mathematical sciences. The goal of the conference is to encourage Latinx to pursue careers in the mathematical sciences, to promote the advancement of Latinx currently in the discipline, to showcase research being conducted by Latinx at the forefront of their fields, and, finally, to build a community around shared academic interests. The conference will be held on the UCLA campus in Los Angeles, CA. It will begin at noon on Thursday, March 8.
This conference is sponsored by the Mathematical Sciences Institutes Diversity Initiative, with funding from the National Science Foundation Division of Mathematical Sciences.
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Seminar Virtual Classes in Algebraic Geometry
Created on Jan 17, 2018 03:35 PM PST 
Seminar UC Berkeley Colloquium: From Algebraic Combinatorics to Geometric Complexity Theory
Updated on Mar 01, 2018 01:11 PM PST 
Seminar GRTA Applications and Open Problems: Open Problems on tensor categories
Updated on Mar 01, 2018 08:35 AM PST 
Seminar EGN Main Seminar: Virasoro constraints for PandharipandeThomas theory
Updated on Mar 01, 2018 03:37 PM PST 
Seminar EGN Main Seminar: The axiomatic microlocal category
Updated on Mar 05, 2018 10:19 AM PST 
Seminar EGN Polyfold Lab Meeting: Lie groupoids and differentiable DM stacks
Updated on Mar 05, 2018 09:20 AM PST 
Seminar Virtual Classes in Algebraic Geometry
Created on Jan 17, 2018 03:35 PM PST 
Seminar EGN Postdoc and student seminar: A Hodgetheoretic study of augmentation varieties of Legendrian knots/tangles
Updated on Mar 01, 2018 02:40 PM PST 
Seminar GRTA seminar: Bases for linear groups
Updated on Mar 01, 2018 01:06 PM PST 
Seminar GRTA seminar: Finite groups with an irreducible character of large degree
Updated on Mar 01, 2018 01:06 PM PST 
Seminar EGN MathPhysics seminar: From quantum curves to partition functions
Updated on Feb 27, 2018 08:49 AM PST 
Seminar EGN Moduli and Representation Theory seminar: Pseudoholomorphic Quilts and higher categorical structures in symplectic topology
Updated on Mar 01, 2018 01:07 PM PST 
Seminar EGN Symplectic geometry and mirror symmetry seminar: Wallcrossing formulae for LG potentials
Created on Feb 21, 2018 09:20 AM PST 
Seminar EGN Open GW seminar: Torus knots, open GromovWitten invariants, and topological recursion II
Created on Feb 27, 2018 01:59 PM PST 
Seminar Virtual Classes in Algebraic Geometry
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Seminar UC Berkeley Colloquium: Combinatorics, Categorification, and Crystals
Updated on Mar 01, 2018 01:13 PM PST 
Seminar GRTA Applications and Open Problems: An Introduction to Random Walk
Updated on Feb 23, 2018 10:46 AM PST 
Seminar EGN Main Seminar: Some enumerative problems in toric degenerations
Updated on Feb 22, 2018 03:44 PM PST 
Seminar EGN Main Seminar: Characters, Categorification, Curve Counting
Updated on Feb 22, 2018 04:37 PM PST 
Seminar EGN Polyfold Lab Meeting: Extension problem for multivalued perturbations
Updated on Feb 23, 2018 01:48 PM PST 
Seminar Virtual Classes in Algebraic Geometry
Created on Jan 17, 2018 03:35 PM PST 
Seminar EGN Postdoc and student seminar: Lifting Lagrangians From Donaldson Divisors
Updated on Feb 22, 2018 09:48 AM PST 
Seminar GRTA seminar: Semisimplification of tensor categories
Updated on Feb 21, 2018 08:51 AM PST 
Seminar EGN MathPhysics seminar: Quantization in positive characteristic, canonical bases and central charge
Updated on Feb 20, 2018 09:30 AM PST 
Seminar EGN Moduli and Representation Theory seminar: Jacobi forms, differential operators, and vertex operator algebras
Updated on Feb 21, 2018 11:51 AM PST 
Seminar EGN symplectic geometry and mirror symmetry seminar: Lagrangian tori in CP^2
Created on Feb 15, 2018 08:50 AM PST 
Seminar EGN Open GW seminar: Torus knots, open GromovWitten invariants, and topological recursion
Created on Feb 21, 2018 03:51 PM PST 
Seminar Virtual Classes in Algebraic Geometry
Created on Jan 17, 2018 03:35 PM PST 
Seminar UC Berkeley Colloquium: padic algebraic Ktheory and topological cyclic homology
Updated on Feb 16, 2018 09:42 AM PST 
Seminar EGN Polyfold Lab Meeting: Quotient of polyfolds and equivariant fundamental class
Updated on Feb 12, 2018 08:46 AM PST 
Seminar GRTA Young Researchers Seminar: Fusion systems of groups and blocks
Created on Feb 15, 2018 08:53 AM PST 
Seminar EGN Main Seminar: The Geometry of equivariant elliptic cohomology
Created on Feb 16, 2018 03:42 PM PST 
Seminar Virtual Classes in Algebraic Geometry
Created on Jan 17, 2018 03:35 PM PST 
Seminar EGN Postdoc and student seminar: Enumerative geometry problems inspired by physics
Updated on Feb 16, 2018 01:03 PM PST 
Seminar GRTA seminar: On Tensoring with the Steinberg Representation
Updated on Feb 15, 2018 11:44 AM PST 
Seminar GRTA seminar: The ABC of pCells
Updated on Feb 16, 2018 09:00 AM PST 
Seminar EGN Open GW seminar: Genus zero open GromovWitten invariants and mirror symmetry
Updated on Feb 08, 2018 10:24 AM PST 
Seminar EGN symplectic geometry and mirror symmetry seminar: Floer theory for Lagrangian tori and superpotentials
Updated on Feb 06, 2018 08:52 AM PST 
Seminar 5Minute Talks
Updated on Feb 08, 2018 01:48 PM PST 
Seminar Virtual Classes in Algebraic Geometry
Created on Jan 17, 2018 03:35 PM PST 
Seminar UC Berkeley Colloquium: Stark's conjectures and Hilbert's 12th problem
Updated on Feb 08, 2018 03:08 PM PST 
Seminar GRTA Applications and Open Problems: Simple groups and fusion systems
Updated on Feb 07, 2018 03:56 PM PST 
Seminar 5Minute Talks
Updated on Feb 08, 2018 01:47 PM PST 
Seminar EGN Main Seminar: Introduction to some ideas of Derived Geometry
Updated on Feb 08, 2018 03:04 PM PST 
Seminar EGN Main Seminar: Intrinsic Mirror Symmetry
Updated on Feb 08, 2018 03:04 PM PST 
Seminar EGN Polyfold Lab Meeting: Polyfold regularization of constrained moduli spaces
Updated on Feb 12, 2018 08:45 AM PST 
Seminar Virtual Classes in Algebraic Geometry
Created on Jan 17, 2018 03:35 PM PST 
Seminar EGN Postdoc and student seminar: An example of homological mirror symmetry and counting curves
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Seminar GRTA seminar: Modular Koszul duality for the Hecke category
Updated on Feb 08, 2018 08:51 AM PST 
Seminar GRTA seminar: Maximal subalgebras of Lie algebras of simple algebraic groups in good characteristic
Updated on Feb 08, 2018 08:51 AM PST 
Seminar 5Minute Talks
Updated on Feb 08, 2018 01:47 PM PST 
Seminar EGN Postdoc and student seminar:
Created on Feb 12, 2018 03:29 PM PST 
Seminar EGN Moduli and Representation Theory seminar: KhovanovRozansky homology and Hilbert schemes of points
Created on Feb 05, 2018 09:47 AM PST 
Seminar EGN MathPhysics seminar: Higher genus knot contact homology and recursion for the colored HOMFLY, II
Created on Feb 05, 2018 10:29 AM PST 
Seminar GRTA Young Researchers Seminar: Cohomology and varieties for infinitesimal (super)group schemes
Created on Feb 05, 2018 03:18 PM PST 
Seminar GRTA Young Researchers Seminar: Organizational Meeting
Created on Feb 06, 2018 12:06 PM PST 
Seminar Bowen Lectures: Mathematics and Computation (through the lens of one problem and one algorithm)
Created on Jan 24, 2018 10:26 AM PST 
Seminar EGN Open GW seminar: Moduli of bordered Riemann surfaces
Created on Feb 07, 2018 11:06 AM PST 
Seminar Virtual Classes in Algebraic Geometry
Created on Jan 17, 2018 03:35 PM PST 
Seminar Bowen Lectures: Mathematics and Computation (through the lens of one problem and one algorithm)
Created on Jan 24, 2018 10:23 AM PST 
Seminar Bowen Lectures: Mathematics and Computation (through the lens of one problem and one algorithm)
Created on Jan 24, 2018 10:21 AM PST 
Seminar EGN Main Seminar: Wall crossing in moduli problems large and small
Created on Feb 02, 2018 09:04 AM PST 
Seminar EGN Main Seminar: Rmatrix qKZ and elliptic DAHA representation
Updated on Feb 05, 2018 09:43 AM PST 
Seminar EGN Polyfold Lab meeting: Pseudoholomorphic curve moduli spaces as zero sets of sections  part II
Created on Feb 06, 2018 08:45 AM PST 
Seminar Virtual Classes in Algebraic Geometry
Created on Jan 17, 2018 03:35 PM PST 
Seminar EGN Postdoc and student seminar: Organizational Meeting
Created on Feb 02, 2018 11:56 AM PST 
Workshop Introductory Workshop: Group Representation Theory and Applications
Organizers: Robert Guralnick (University of Southern California), Gunter Malle (Universität Kaiserslautern)The workshop will survey various important and active areas of the representation theory of finite and algebraic groups, and introduce the audience to several basic open problems in the area. It will consist of 6 series of 3 lectures each given by top experts in the field. The lectures are designed for a diverse audience and will be accessible to nonspecialists and graduate students with some background in representation theory. Topics covered include Representation theory of algebraic groups, Decomposition numbers of finite groups of Lie type, DeligneLusztig theory, Block theory, Categorification, and Localglobalconjectures.
Updated on Feb 16, 2018 09:33 AM PST 
Seminar EGN MathPhysics seminar: Hecke correspondences for general surfaces, I
Created on Jan 25, 2018 03:51 PM PST 
Seminar EGN Open GW seminar: Organizational meeting and Introduction
Updated on Jan 25, 2018 02:42 PM PST 
Workshop Connections for Women: Group Representation Theory and Applications
Organizers: Karin Erdmann (University of Oxford), Julia Pevtsova (University of Washington)This intensive two day workshop will introduce graduate students and recent PhD’s to some current topics of research in Representation Theory. It will consists of a mixture of survey talks on the hot topics in the area given by leading experts and research talks by junior mathematicians covering subjects such as new developments in character theory, group cohomology, representations of Lie algebras and algebraic groups, geometric representation theory, and categorification.
This workshop is open to all mathematicians.
Updated on Apr 10, 2018 10:49 AM PDT 
Seminar Virtual Classes in Algebraic Geometry
Created on Jan 17, 2018 03:35 PM PST 
Seminar UC Berkeley Colloquium: Largeness of 3manifold group that resemble free groups
Updated on Jan 30, 2018 09:29 AM PST 
Seminar Moduli and Representation Theory Seminar: Holomorphic anomaly equation for local P2, [C3/Z3], formal quintic
Created on Jan 30, 2018 09:29 AM PST 
Seminar EGN Polyfold lab seminar: Pseudoholomorphic curve moduli spaces as zero sets of sections
Created on Jan 25, 2018 03:19 PM PST 
Seminar EGN Main Seminar: Constructing the Yangian via DonaldsonThomas theory
Updated on Jan 30, 2018 03:11 PM PST 
Seminar EGN Main Seminar: A proof the the DonaldsonThomas crepant resolution conjecture
Updated on Jan 30, 2018 03:12 PM PST 
Seminar Virtual Classes in Algebraic Geometry
Created on Jan 17, 2018 03:35 PM PST 
Seminar GRTA seminar: Projective Summands of Tensor Powers
Updated on Jan 25, 2018 03:20 PM PST 
Seminar EGN MathPhysics seminar: Higher genus knot contact homology and recursion for the colored HOMFLY, I
Created on Jan 25, 2018 03:50 PM PST 
Seminar Virtual Classes in Algebraic Geometry
Created on Jan 17, 2018 03:35 PM PST 
Seminar UC Berkeley DiPerna Lectures: On the longterm dynamics of nonlinear dispersive evolution equation
Created on Jan 24, 2018 10:17 AM PST 
Seminar Virtual Classes in Algebraic Geometry
Created on Jan 17, 2018 03:35 PM PST 
Workshop Introductory Workshop: Enumerative Geometry Beyond Numbers
Organizers: Denis Auroux (University of California, Berkeley), LEAD ChiuChu Melissa Liu (Columbia University), Andrei Okounkov (Columbia University)This workshop will consist of expository minicourses and lectures introducing various aspects of modern enumerative geometry, among which: enumeration via intersection theory on moduli spaces of curves or sheaves, including GromovWitten and DonaldsonThomas invariants; motivic and Ktheoretic refinement of these invariants; and categorical invariants (derived categories of coherent sheaves, Fukaya categories).
Updated on Apr 06, 2018 01:03 PM PDT 
Workshop Connections for Women: Enumerative Geometry Beyond Numbers
Organizers: Barbara Fantechi (International School for Advanced Studies (SISSA/ISAS)), LEAD ChiuChu Melissa Liu (Columbia University)This twoday workshop will provide an overview of significant developments and open problems in modern enumerative geometry, from the perspectives of both algebraic geometry and symplectic topology.
This workshop is open to all mathematicians.
Updated on Jan 26, 2018 09:37 AM PST 
Seminar Virtual Classes in Algebraic Geometry
Created on Jan 17, 2018 03:37 PM PST 
Program Group Representation Theory and Applications
Organizers: Robert Guralnick (University of Southern California), Alexander Kleshchev (University of Oregon), Gunter Malle (Universität Kaiserslautern), Gabriel Navarro (University of Valencia), Julia Pevtsova (University of Washington), Raphael Rouquier (University of California, Los Angeles), LEAD Pham Tiep (Rutgers University)Group Representation Theory is a central area of Algebra, with important and deep connections to areas as varied as topology, algebraic geometry, number theory, Lie theory, homological algebra, and mathematical physics. Born more than a century ago, the area still abounds with basic problems and fundamental conjectures, some of which have been open for over five decades. Very recent breakthroughs have led to the hope that some of these conjectures can finally be settled. In turn, recent results in group representation theory have helped achieve substantial progress in a vast number of applications.
The goal of the program is to investigate all these deep problems and the wealth of new results and directions, to obtain major progress in the area, and to explore further applications of group representation theory to other branches of mathematics.
Updated on Jan 12, 2018 04:00 PM PST 
Program Enumerative Geometry Beyond Numbers
Organizers: Mina Aganagic (University of California, Berkeley), Denis Auroux (University of California, Berkeley), Jim Bryan (University of British Columbia), LEAD Andrei Okounkov (Columbia University), Balazs Szendroi (University of Oxford)Traditional enumerative geometry asks certain questions to which the expected answer is a number: for instance, the number of lines incident with two points in the plane (1, Euclid), or the number of twisted cubic curves on a quintic threefold (317 206 375). It has however been recognized for some time that the numerics is often just the tip of the iceberg: a deeper exploration reveals interesting geometric, topological, representation, or knottheoretic structures. This semesterlong program will be devoted to these hidden structures behind enumerative invariants, concentrating on the core fields where these questions start: algebraic and symplectic geometry.
Updated on Jan 16, 2018 10:12 AM PST 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: Projection theorem in Banach spaces
Updated on Dec 08, 2017 09:24 AM PST 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: Some new approaches to the heavy hitters problem
Updated on Dec 08, 2017 09:24 AM PST 
Seminar GTC Main Seminar: GTC Farewell Seminar
Updated on Dec 08, 2017 08:45 AM PST 
Seminar GTC Visions Seminar: GTC Farewell Visions
Updated on Dec 08, 2017 08:45 AM PST 
Seminar GFA Young Researchers Seminar: A solution to the problem of bodies with congruent sections or projections
Created on Dec 05, 2017 11:48 AM PST 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: Are convex functions special?
Created on Dec 05, 2017 11:49 AM PST 
Seminar GTC Main Seminar: On the treewidth of triangulated threemanifolds
Updated on Dec 08, 2017 08:44 AM PST 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: Ideals in L(L_p)
Updated on Dec 05, 2017 11:06 AM PST 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: Ideals in L(L_p)
Updated on Dec 05, 2017 11:06 AM PST 
Seminar GTC Graduate Seminar: Partitionable Extenders: A Combinatorial Interpretation of the hvector
Updated on Dec 06, 2017 01:17 PM PST 
Seminar GFA Postdoc Seminar: On illumination conjecture and the local maximality of the cube
Updated on Dec 01, 2017 08:55 AM PST 
Seminar GTC Postdoc Seminar: Nonspanning lattice 3polytopes
Updated on Nov 29, 2017 11:04 AM PST 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: Pisier's cotype dichotomy problem revisited
Updated on Nov 20, 2017 09:11 AM PST 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: Pisier's cotype dichotomy problem revisited
Updated on Nov 20, 2017 09:11 AM PST 
Seminar GTC Visions Seminar: Some GTC conjectures I loved, but did not love me back
Updated on Dec 01, 2017 09:22 AM PST 
Seminar Lattice Points Working Group: Flatness theorem via geometric functional analysis
Updated on Dec 01, 2017 10:08 AM PST 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: Local $L^p$BrunnMinkowski inequalities for $p <
Updated on Dec 01, 2017 10:11 AM PST 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: Local $L^p$BrunnMinkowski inequalities for $p < 1$
Updated on Dec 01, 2017 10:11 AM PST 
Seminar Combinatorial Fixed Point Theorems Working Group: Diameter of convex sets via graphs with large girth and small independence number
Updated on Nov 30, 2017 08:43 AM PST 
Seminar GTC Main Seminar: Flow polytopes with Catalan Volumes
Created on Dec 04, 2017 03:00 PM PST 
Seminar GTC Graduate Seminar: Ehrhart polynomial of a polytope plus scaling zonotope
Updated on Nov 29, 2017 08:52 AM PST 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: Duality of floating bodies and illumination bodies
Updated on Nov 27, 2017 08:43 AM PST 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: On the geometry of projective tensor products
Updated on Nov 27, 2017 08:43 AM PST 
Seminar UC Berkeley Colloquium: Algebraic Structures on Polytopes
Updated on Nov 20, 2017 12:10 PM PST 
Workshop Women in Topology
Organizers: Maria Basterra (University of New Hampshire), Kristine Bauer (University of Calgary), LEAD Kathryn Hess (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)), Brenda Johnson (Union CollegeUnion University)The Women in Topology (WIT) network is an international group of female mathematicians interested in homotopy theory whose main goal is to increase the retention of women in the field by providing both unique collaborative research opportunities and mentorship between colleagues. The MSRI WIT meeting will be organized as an afternoon of short talks from participants, followed by two days of open problem seminars and working groups designed to stimulate new collaborations, as well as to strengthen those already ongoing among the participants.
Updated on Dec 11, 2017 10:39 AM PST 
Seminar GFA Young Researchers Seminar: Iterative Methods for Solving Factorized Linear Systems
Updated on Nov 22, 2017 08:41 AM PST 
Seminar GTC Visions Seminar: Continuous Matroids revisited
Updated on Nov 22, 2017 02:03 PM PST 
Seminar GTC Main Seminar: Spanning lattice polytopes and the Uniform position principle
Updated on Oct 30, 2017 11:24 AM PDT 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: The minimum Euclidean norm point in a polytope: Wolfe's method is exponential
Updated on Nov 27, 2017 08:42 AM PST 
Seminar GTC Graduate Seminar
Created on Aug 18, 2017 11:45 AM PDT 
Seminar GFA Young Researchers Seminar: Gaussian concentration and random unconditional structure
Updated on Nov 16, 2017 01:44 PM PST 
Seminar GTC Main Seminar: On the Topology of Steel
Updated on Oct 30, 2017 11:22 AM PDT 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: Sidon Sets and Random Matrices
Updated on Nov 13, 2017 03:15 PM PST 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: Sidon Sets and Random Matrices
Updated on Nov 13, 2017 03:15 PM PST 
Seminar Two Famous Betting Systems
Updated on Nov 21, 2017 11:00 AM PST 
Seminar GTC Graduate Seminar
Created on Aug 18, 2017 11:45 AM PDT 
Seminar Lattice Points Working Group: Lattice points on Convex Bodies
Updated on Nov 15, 2017 08:43 AM PST 
Seminar UC Berkeley Colloquium: What is quantum chaos?
Updated on Nov 09, 2017 08:52 AM PST 
Workshop Geometric functional analysis and applications
Organizers: Franck Barthe (Université de Toulouse III (Paul Sabatier)), Rafal Latala (University of Warsaw), Emanuel Milman (TechnionIsrael Institute of Technology), Assaf Naor (Princeton University), LEAD Gideon Schechtman (Weizmann Institute of Science)This is the main workshop of the program "Geometric functional analysis and applications". It will focus on the main topics of the program. These include: Convex geometry, Asymptotic geometric analysis, Interaction with computer science, Signal processing, Random matrix theory and other aspects of Probability.Updated on Apr 30, 2018 01:55 PM PDT 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: Borell’s formula and applications
Updated on Nov 03, 2017 11:16 AM PDT 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: Borell’s formula and applications
Updated on Nov 03, 2017 11:15 AM PDT 
Seminar UC Berkeley Colloquium: The Global Histories of Mathematics
Updated on Nov 02, 2017 01:42 PM PDT 
Seminar GFA Young Researchers Seminar: Hadamard spaces are not coarsely universal
Updated on Nov 02, 2017 12:54 PM PDT 
Seminar GTC Main Seminar: What I did at MSRI
Updated on Oct 23, 2017 08:52 AM PDT 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: Asymptotics in Sequences Comparisons
Updated on Nov 03, 2017 11:15 AM PDT 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: Around the Restricted Isometry Property
Updated on Nov 03, 2017 11:15 AM PDT 
Seminar GTC Graduate Seminar: The minimum Euclideannorm point in a convex polytope: Wolfe’s combinatorial algorithm is exponential
Updated on Nov 02, 2017 10:19 AM PDT 
Seminar GFA Postdoc Seminar: Spectral gap of random graphs
Updated on Nov 02, 2017 01:40 PM PDT 
Seminar GTC Postdoc Seminar: Weakly inscribed polyhedra
Updated on Nov 01, 2017 03:29 PM PDT 
Seminar GFA Postdoc Seminar: Unique determination of convex lattice set
Updated on Oct 27, 2017 02:32 PM PDT 
Seminar GTC Postdoc Seminar: The rigidity theory of frameworks of polytopes
Updated on Oct 25, 2017 02:44 PM PDT 
Seminar Lattice Points Working group: discussion of Hilbert bases of cones
Updated on Oct 27, 2017 02:13 PM PDT 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: Gaussianwidth complexity of functions on the discrete cube and meanfield behavior of random graphs and interacting particle systems
Updated on Oct 26, 2017 03:49 PM PDT 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: Gaussianwidth complexity of functions on the discrete cube and meanfield behavior of random graphs and interacting particle systems
Updated on Oct 26, 2017 03:49 PM PDT 
Seminar UC Berkeley Colloquium: Serge Lang Undergraduate Lecture: When the precision of mathematics meets the messiness of the world of people
Updated on Sep 29, 2017 09:54 AM PDT 
Seminar GFA Young Researchers Seminar: Extremal sections of crosspolytope
Updated on Oct 26, 2017 08:37 AM PDT 
Seminar GTC Visions Seminar: Matroids and valuations
Updated on Oct 26, 2017 12:27 PM PDT 
Seminar GTC Main Seminar: Discrete slicing problems
Updated on Oct 16, 2017 01:18 PM PDT 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: Gaussianwidth complexity of functions on the discrete cube and meanfield behavior of random graphs and interacting particle systems
Updated on Oct 26, 2017 03:48 PM PDT 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: Gaussianwidth complexity of functions on the discrete cube and meanfield behavior of random graphs and interacting particle systems
Updated on Oct 26, 2017 03:49 PM PDT 
Seminar Mathematical Research Culture Seminar
Created on Sep 14, 2017 09:37 AM PDT 
Seminar GTC Graduate Seminar: Software tool demonstrations
Updated on Oct 27, 2017 08:43 AM PDT 
Seminar Writing Seminar
Created on Oct 04, 2017 03:29 PM PDT 
Workshop Bay Area Differential Geometry Seminar (BADGS) Fall 2017
Organizers: David Bao (San Francisco State University), Joel Hass (University of California, Davis), David Hoffman (Stanford University), Rafe Mazzeo (Stanford University), Richard Montgomery (University of California, Santa Cruz)Description
The Bay Area Differential Geometry Seminar meets 3 times each year and is a 1day seminar on recent developments in differential geometry and geometric analysis, broadly interpreted. Typically, it runs from midmorning until late afternoon, with 34 speakers. Lunch will be available and the final talk will be followed by dinner. Here is the seminar schedule with abstracts and other information: BADG October 2017Berkeley, CA
Updated on Oct 18, 2017 01:33 PM PDT 
Seminar GFA Postdoc Seminar: Volume and covering
Updated on Oct 20, 2017 08:39 AM PDT 
Seminar GTC Postdoc Seminar: What is the realization space of a polytope?
Updated on Oct 19, 2017 01:21 PM PDT 
Seminar Lattice Points Working group: Open problem on Cones and Hilbert bases
Updated on Oct 26, 2017 03:01 PM PDT 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: Improving concentration under convexity
Updated on Oct 20, 2017 03:21 PM PDT 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: Improving concentration under convexity
Updated on Oct 20, 2017 03:20 PM PDT 
Seminar UC Berkeley Colloquium: Chip firing, root systems, permutohedra, and Coxeter arrangements
Updated on Oct 25, 2017 08:48 AM PDT 
Seminar GFA Young Researchers Seminar: Limits of inference and functional inequalities
Updated on Oct 19, 2017 10:02 AM PDT 
Seminar GTC Visions Seminar: Some metric and algebraic approaches to look at polytope graphs
Updated on Oct 24, 2017 08:41 AM PDT 
Seminar GTC Main Seminar: Spectrahedral Shadows
Updated on Oct 16, 2017 05:54 PM PDT 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: Small ball probabilities via isoperimetry
Updated on Oct 20, 2017 03:14 PM PDT 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: Small ball probabilities via isoperimetry
Updated on Oct 20, 2017 03:17 PM PDT 
Seminar Combinatorial Fixed Point Theorems Working Group: When Mr Sperner, Mr. Tucker, Mr. Helly, Mr. Caratheodory and, Mr. Tverberg decide to talk’
Updated on Oct 20, 2017 08:38 AM PDT 
Seminar GTC Graduate Seminar: Discussion about presentation of research: talks and research statements
Updated on Oct 20, 2017 01:36 PM PDT 
Seminar GFA Postdoc Seminar: Complemented BrunnMinkowski Inequalities
Updated on Oct 12, 2017 11:13 AM PDT 
Seminar GTC Postdoc Seminar: Colorful coverings of polytopes and piercing numbers of colorful dintervals
Updated on Oct 12, 2017 10:56 AM PDT 
Seminar Lattice Points Working group: Problems on Lattice points and Lattice polytopes
Updated on Oct 13, 2017 09:53 AM PDT 
Seminar Geometry in Optimization
Updated on Oct 18, 2017 11:40 AM PDT 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: A unified approach to some inequalities in convex geometry, information theory, and small ball probability
Updated on Oct 11, 2017 03:41 PM PDT 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: A unified approach to some inequalities in convex geometry, information theory, and small ball probability
Updated on Oct 11, 2017 03:41 PM PDT 
Seminar UC Berkeley Colloquium: The Positive Geometry of Fundamental Physics, From Scattering Amplitudes to the Wavefunction of the Universe
Updated on Sep 29, 2017 09:52 AM PDT 
Workshop Modern Math Workshop 2017
Organizers: Hélène Barcelo (MSRI  Mathematical Sciences Research Institute), Leslie McClure (SAMSI  Statistical and Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute), Christian Ratsch (University of California, Los Angeles; Institute of Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM)), Ulrica Wilson (Morehouse College; Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics (ICERM))As part of the Mathematical Sciences Collaborative Diversity Initiatives, nine mathematics institutes are pleased to offer their annual SACNAS preconference event, the 2017 Modern Math Workshop (MMW). The Modern Math Workshop is intended to encourage minority undergraduates to pursue careers in the mathematical sciences and to assist undergraduates, graduate students and recent PhDs in building their research networks. The Modern Math Workshop is part of the SACNAS National Conference; the workshop and the conference take place in the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. The MMW starts at 1:00 pm on Wednesday, October 18 with registration beginning at noon.
Updated on Oct 12, 2017 02:36 PM PDT 
Seminar GFA Young Researchers Seminar: John's position is not good for approximation
Updated on Oct 12, 2017 08:38 AM PDT 
Seminar GTC Visions Seminar: What is a formula?
Updated on Oct 13, 2017 08:46 AM PDT 
Seminar Measurably entire functions and their growth
Updated on Oct 17, 2017 10:32 AM PDT 
Seminar Discrete aspects of minimal surface theory
Created on Oct 13, 2017 01:27 PM PDT 
Seminar GTC Main Seminar: Linear Programming Seen Through Tropical Geometry
Updated on Sep 11, 2017 08:54 AM PDT 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: An interplay between convex geometry and PDEs via the L_p Minkowski problems
Updated on Oct 11, 2017 03:39 PM PDT 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: The even dual Minkowski problem
Updated on Oct 11, 2017 03:40 PM PDT 
Seminar Mathematical Research Culture Seminar: Mistakes, Collaboration, and the Importance of Stupidity
Updated on Sep 29, 2017 09:40 AM PDT 
Seminar GTC Graduate Seminar: Zonotopal Algbera
Updated on Oct 13, 2017 08:46 AM PDT 
Seminar UC Berkeley Colloquium: The first hundred years of Helly’s theorem
Updated on Sep 29, 2017 09:50 AM PDT 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: Simple Classification using Binary Data
Updated on Oct 06, 2017 09:14 AM PDT 
Seminar GFA Young Researchers Seminar: Sampling on the Sphere by Random Subspaces
Updated on Oct 04, 2017 09:04 AM PDT 
Workshop Geometric and topological combinatorics: Modern techniques and methods
Organizers: Patricia Hersh (North Carolina State University), LEAD Victor Reiner (University of Minnesota Twin Cities), Bernd Sturmfels (University of California, Berkeley), Frank Vallentin (Universität zu Köln), Günter Ziegler (Freie Universität Berlin)This workshop will focus on the interaction between Combinatorics, Geometry and Topology, including recent developments and techniques in areas such as
 polytopes and cell complexes,
 simplicial complexes and higher order graph theory,
 methods from equivariant topology and configuration spaces,
 geometric combinatorics in optimization and social choice theory,
 algebraic and algebrogeometric methods.Updated on May 25, 2018 01:29 PM PDT 
Seminar GFA Postdoc Seminar: Covering arguments in the random matrix theory
Updated on Sep 28, 2017 11:40 AM PDT 
Seminar GTC Postdoc Seminar: An introduction to symmetric sums of squares
Updated on Sep 27, 2017 03:27 PM PDT 
Seminar AKW120  A Birthday Celebration for Federico Ardila, Caroline Klivans and Lauren Williams
Updated on Sep 27, 2017 03:33 PM PDT 
Seminar GTC Postdoc Seminar: Fiber polytopes and the generalized Baues conjecture
Created on Sep 27, 2017 03:32 PM PDT 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: Fine approximation of convex bodies by polytope
Updated on Sep 29, 2017 08:50 AM PDT 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: Fine approximation of convex bodies by polytope
Updated on Sep 29, 2017 08:49 AM PDT 
Seminar UC Berkeley Colloquium: The Partitionability Conjecture
Created on Sep 29, 2017 09:47 AM PDT 
Seminar GFA Young Researchers Seminar: On bodies with congruent sections by cones or noncentral planes
Updated on Sep 27, 2017 01:56 PM PDT 
Seminar GTC Visions Seminar: Tropical Visions
Updated on Sep 29, 2017 11:56 AM PDT 
Seminar GTC Main Seminar: Circuits and Hurwitz action in finite root systems
Updated on Sep 11, 2017 08:53 AM PDT 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: Cyclic and Random Products of Orthoprojections
Updated on Sep 29, 2017 08:46 AM PDT 
Seminar Combinatorial Fixed Point Theorems Working Group: Working Groups to Discuss Open Problems
Updated on Sep 29, 2017 08:52 AM PDT 
Seminar GTC Graduate Seminar
Created on Aug 18, 2017 11:45 AM PDT 
Seminar GFA Postdoc Seminar: A problem about clustering
Updated on Sep 20, 2017 02:09 PM PDT 
Seminar GTC Postdoc Seminar: Positroids, posets and polytopes
Updated on Sep 20, 2017 01:37 PM PDT 
Seminar Lattice Points Working group: Problems on Hilbert Bases
Updated on Sep 22, 2017 08:38 AM PDT 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: Hamming Cube and Martingales: Isoperimetric Problems, "Duality" By Legandre Transform, and Degenerate MongeAmpère Equation
Updated on Sep 21, 2017 04:10 PM PDT 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: Hamming Cube and Martingales: Isoperimetric Problems, "Duality" By Legandre Transform, and Degenerate MongeAmpère Equation
Updated on Sep 21, 2017 04:10 PM PDT 
Seminar Combinatorial Fixed Point Theorems Working Group: Open Problems in Combinatorial Fixed Point Theorems
Updated on Sep 21, 2017 12:16 PM PDT 
Seminar UC Berkeley Colloquium: Tensors and their Eigenvectors
Created on Sep 18, 2017 09:19 AM PDT 
Seminar Optimization Seminar: On the Geometry of the Simplex Method and Other SimplexLike Algorithms
Created on Sep 22, 2017 08:40 AM PDT 
Seminar GFA Young Researchers Seminar: Gaussian measures, supinf convolutions, and MongeAmpere equations
Updated on Sep 21, 2017 08:38 AM PDT 
Seminar GTC Visions Seminar: Multitriangulations  (I can’t get no) realization
Updated on Sep 21, 2017 02:38 PM PDT 
Seminar GTC Main Seminar: Purity and separation for oriented matroids
Updated on Sep 12, 2017 02:19 PM PDT 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: Hamming Cube and Martingales: Isoperimetric Problems, "Duality" By Legandre Transform, and Degenerate MongeAmpère Equation
Updated on Sep 21, 2017 04:11 PM PDT 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: Hamming Cube and Martingales: Isoperimetric Problems, "Duality" By Legandre Transform, and Degenerate MongeAmpère Equation
Updated on Sep 21, 2017 04:11 PM PDT 
Seminar Combinatorial Fixed Point Theorems Working Group: The Polytopal Sperner Lemma, generalizations, and applications
Updated on Sep 21, 2017 12:16 PM PDT 
Seminar Mathematical Research Culture Seminar
Created on Sep 14, 2017 09:31 AM PDT 
Seminar GTC Graduate Seminar: On the oriented matroid Grassmannians
Updated on Sep 20, 2017 09:42 AM PDT 
Seminar GFA Postdoc Seminar: Connection between KLS Conjecture and Sampling
Updated on Sep 14, 2017 02:38 PM PDT 
Seminar GTC Postdoc Seminar: Toward a geometric approach to Chapoton triangles
Updated on Sep 13, 2017 11:13 AM PDT 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: Interlacing Families
Updated on Sep 14, 2017 02:00 PM PDT 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: Interlacing Families
Updated on Sep 14, 2017 02:00 PM PDT 
Seminar Combinatorial Fixed Point Theorems Working Group: Achieving rental harmony with a secretive roommate
Updated on Sep 14, 2017 10:18 AM PDT 
Seminar Lattice Points Working group: Open problems on lattice transformations and Hilbert bases of cones
Updated on Sep 20, 2017 01:26 PM PDT 
Seminar UC Berkeley Colloquium: Geometry, dynamics, and the moduli space of Riemann surfaces
Updated on Mar 06, 2018 01:00 PM PST 
Seminar GTC Main Seminar: Geometry of LogConcave Density Estimation
Updated on Aug 24, 2017 09:28 AM PDT 
Seminar GFA Young Researchers Seminar: Generalized limits of convex bodies
Updated on Sep 14, 2017 09:15 AM PDT 
Seminar GTC Visions Seminar: Vectorsum theorems, their relatives and applications
Updated on Sep 07, 2017 04:30 PM PDT 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: Interlacing Families
Updated on Sep 14, 2017 01:59 PM PDT 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: Interlacing Families
Updated on Sep 14, 2017 02:00 PM PDT 
Seminar GTC Main Seminar: Reconstruction of Face Lattices of Polytopes
Updated on Aug 29, 2017 02:11 PM PDT 
Seminar Combinatorial Fixed Point Theorems Working Group: The KKM theorem, generalizations, and applications to hypergraphs
Updated on Sep 14, 2017 10:17 AM PDT 
Seminar GTC Graduate Seminar: Preview of Sturmfels talk: Geometry of LogConcave Density Estimation
Updated on Sep 14, 2017 02:01 PM PDT 
Seminar GFA Postdoc Seminar: Can you invert a random matrix?
Updated on Sep 06, 2017 04:02 PM PDT 
Seminar GTC Postdoc Seminar: Isoperimetric duality: discrete and continuous
Updated on Sep 06, 2017 04:01 PM PDT 
Seminar An Afternoon of Real Algebraic Geometry
Created on Aug 31, 2017 12:20 PM PDT 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: "Irrational" Convexity: geometric means and the power functions for convex bodies.
Updated on Sep 07, 2017 08:50 AM PDT 
Seminar Combinatorial Fixed Point Theorems Working Group: Tucker’s lemma: applications and generalizations
Updated on Sep 07, 2017 09:02 AM PDT 
Seminar GFA Young Researchers Seminar: Lipschitz mappings of discrete sets in Euclidean spaces
Updated on Sep 06, 2017 04:00 PM PDT 
Seminar 5Minute Talks
Created on Sep 01, 2017 01:52 PM PDT 
Seminar GTC Visions Seminar: Essentials of Equivariant Topological Combinatorics
Updated on Sep 07, 2017 11:47 AM PDT 
Seminar GTC Main Seminar: Positive Semidefinite Matrix Completion and Free Resolutions of monomial ideals
Updated on Aug 29, 2017 02:22 PM PDT 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: MongeAmpere equation: geometric properties of solutions with applications to convex analysis and probability
Updated on Sep 07, 2017 08:49 AM PDT 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: MongeAmpere equation: geometric properties of solutions with applications to convex analysis and probability
Updated on Sep 07, 2017 08:49 AM PDT 
Seminar Combinatorial Fixed Point Theorems Working Group: Sperner's Lemma: its proofs and its cousins
Updated on Sep 07, 2017 09:02 AM PDT 
Seminar GTC Graduate Seminar: Applying for Jobs, Interviews, and the Transition to Life as a Faculty Member
Updated on Sep 07, 2017 08:52 AM PDT 
Seminar 5Minute Talks
Updated on Sep 08, 2017 04:46 PM PDT 
Seminar 5Minute Talks
Created on Sep 01, 2017 01:52 PM PDT 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: Order statistics of vectors with dependent coordinates
Created on Aug 30, 2017 08:55 AM PDT 
Seminar GFA Young Researchers Seminar: Generalizations of Grunbaum's inequality
Updated on Sep 01, 2017 01:11 PM PDT 
Workshop Introductory Workshop: Geometric and Topological Combinatorics
Organizers: Imre Barany (Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics), Anders Björner (Royal Institute of Technology (KTH)), LEAD Benjamin Braun (University of Kentucky), Isabella Novik (University of Washington), Francis Su (Harvey Mudd College), Rekha Thomas (University of Washington)The introductory workshop will present the main topics that will be the subject of much of the Geometric and Topological Combinatorics Program at MSRI. Key areas of interest are point configurations and matroids, hyperplane and subspace arrangements, polytopes and polyhedra, lattices, convex bodies, and sphere packings. This workshop will consist of introductory talks on a variety of topics, intended for a broad audience.
Updated on May 01, 2018 10:00 AM PDT 
Workshop Connections for Women Workshop: Geometric and Topological Combinatorics
Organizers: Federico Ardila (San Francisco State University), Margaret Bayer (University of Kansas), Francisco Santos Leal (University of Cantabria), LEAD Cynthia Vinzant (North Carolina State University)This workshop will feature lectures on a variety of topics in geometric and topological combinatorics, given by prominent women and men in the field. It precedes the introductory workshop and will preview the major research themes of the semester program. There will be a panel discussion focusing on issues particularly relevant to junior researchers, women, and minorities, as well as other social events. This workshop is open to all mathematicians.
Updated on Sep 06, 2017 08:32 AM PDT 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: A second order concentration of measure on the sphere, and its application to randomized central limit theorems
Created on Aug 21, 2017 01:38 PM PDT 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: A second order concentration of measure on the sphere, and its application to randomized central limit theorems
Created on Aug 21, 2017 01:39 PM PDT 
Seminar GTC Main Seminar: Colorful complete bipartite subgraphs in generalized Kneser graphs
Updated on Aug 24, 2017 09:26 AM PDT 
Seminar GFA Young Researchers Seminar: Efficient HighDimensional Sampling and Integration
Created on Aug 24, 2017 09:14 AM PDT 
Seminar GTC Visions Seminar: Reintroductions
Created on Aug 24, 2017 11:55 AM PDT 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: A second order concentration of measure on the sphere, and its application to randomized central limit theorems
Updated on Aug 21, 2017 01:29 PM PDT 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: A second order concentration of measure on the sphere, and its application to randomized central limit theorems
Created on Aug 21, 2017 01:29 PM PDT 
Seminar GTC Main Seminar: Ehrhart theory and unimodality
Updated on Aug 24, 2017 09:23 AM PDT 
Seminar GFA Main Seminar: On polynomially integrable convex bodies
Created on Aug 21, 2017 01:23 PM PDT 
Seminar GTC Graduate Seminar: Introduction to Lattice Polytopes
Updated on Aug 25, 2017 02:41 PM PDT 
Seminar Lattice Points Working group: Complexity of integer points in convex polytopes
Updated on Aug 25, 2017 01:19 PM PDT 
Seminar GFA Organizers Meeting
Created on Aug 22, 2017 01:25 PM PDT 
Workshop Introductory Workshop: phenomena in high dimensions
Organizers: LEAD Alexander Koldobsky (University of Missouri), Michel Ledoux (Institut de Mathématiques de Toulouse), Monika Ludwig (Technische Universität Wien), Alain Pajor (Université de Paris Est MarnelaVallée), Stanislaw Szarek (Case Western Reserve University), Roman Vershynin (University of Michigan)This workshop will consist of several short courses related to high dimensional convex geometry, high dimensional probability, and applications in data science. The lectures will be accessible for graduate students.
Updated on Sep 05, 2017 11:18 AM PDT 
Seminar GTC Graduate Seminar: Planning Meeting
Created on Aug 17, 2017 04:01 PM PDT 
Workshop Connections for Women: geometry and probability in high dimensions
Organizers: LEAD Shiri Artstein (Tel Aviv University), Marianna Csornyei (University of Chicago), Eva Kopecka (LeopoldFranzens Universität Innsbruck), Elisabeth Werner (Case Western Reserve University)This workshop will be on topics connected with Asymptotic Geometric Analysis  a relatively new field, the young finite dimensional cousin of Banach Space theory, functional analysis and classical convexity. We study high, but finite, dimensional objects, where the disorder of many parameters and many dimensions is regularized by convexity assumptions. This workshop is open to all mathematicians.
Updated on Aug 29, 2017 10:40 AM PDT 
Program Geometric Functional Analysis and Applications
Organizers: Franck Barthe (Université de Toulouse III (Paul Sabatier)), Marianna Csornyei (University of Chicago), Boaz Klartag (Weizmann Institute of Science), Alexander Koldobsky (University of Missouri), Rafal Latala (University of Warsaw), LEAD Mark Rudelson (University of Michigan)Geometric functional analysis lies at the interface of convex geometry, functional analysis and probability. It has numerous applications ranging from geometry of numbers and random matrices in pure mathematics to geometric tomography and signal processing in engineering and numerical optimization and learning theory in computer science.
One of the directions of the program is classical convex geometry, with emphasis on connections with geometric tomography, the study of geometric properties of convex bodies based on information about their sections and projections. Methods of harmonic analysis play an important role here. A closely related direction is asymptotic geometric analysis studying geometric properties of high dimensional objects and normed spaces, especially asymptotics of their quantitative parameters as dimension tends to infinity. The main tools here are concentration of measure and related probabilistic results. Ideas developed in geometric functional analysis have led to progress in several areas of applied mathematics and computer science, including compressed sensing and random matrix methods. These applications as well as the problems coming from computer science will be also emphasised in our program.
Updated on Aug 23, 2017 03:38 PM PDT 
Program Geometric and Topological Combinatorics
Organizers: Jesus De Loera (University of California, Davis), Victor Reiner (University of Minnesota Twin Cities), LEAD Francisco Santos Leal (University of Cantabria), Francis Su (Harvey Mudd College), Rekha Thomas (University of Washington), Günter Ziegler (Freie Universität Berlin)Combinatorics is one of the fastest growing areas in contemporary Mathematics, and much of this growth is due to the connections and interactions with other areas of Mathematics. This program is devoted to the very vibrant and active area of interaction between Combinatorics with Geometry and Topology. That is, we focus on (1) the study of the combinatorial properties or structure of geometric and topological objects and (2) the development of geometric and topological techniques to answer combinatorial problems.
Key examples of geometric objects with intricate combinatorial structure are point configurations and matroids, hyperplane and subspace arrangements, polytopes and polyhedra, lattices, convex bodies, and sphere packings. Examples of topology in action answering combinatorial challenges are the by now classical Lovász’s solution of the Kneser conjecture, which yielded functorial approaches to graph coloring, and the more recent, extensive topological machinery leading to breakthroughs on Tverbergtype problems.Updated on Aug 28, 2017 11:26 AM PDT 
Program Complementary Program 201718
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Seminar Exponential Domination in Grids
Created on Jun 29, 2017 01:20 PM PDT 
Summer Graduate School Automorphic Forms and the Langlands Program
Organizers: LEAD Kevin Buzzard (Imperial College, London)The summer school will be an introduction to the more algebraic aspects of the theory of automorphic forms and representations. One of the goals will be to understand the statements of the main conjectures in the Langlands programme. Another will be to gain a good working understanding of the fundamental definitions in the theory, such as principal series representations, the Satake isomorphism, and of course automorphic forms and representations for groups such as GL_n and its inner forms.
Updated on Aug 04, 2017 11:02 AM PDT 
Seminar How to be "successful" in the mathematics world?
Created on Jul 18, 2017 02:34 PM PDT 
Summer Graduate School Nonlinear dispersive PDE, quantum many particle systems and the world between
Organizers: Natasa Pavlovic (University of Texas, Austin), Gigliola Staffilani (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Nikolaos Tzirakis (University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign)The purpose of the summer school is to introduce graduate students to the recent developments in the area of dispersive partial differential equations (PDE), which have received a great deal of attention from mathematicians, in part due to ubiquitous applications to nonlinear optics, water wave theory and plasma physics.
Recently remarkable progress has been made in understanding existence and uniqueness of solutions to nonlinear Schrodinger (NLS) and KdV equations, and properties of those solutions. We will outline the basic tools that were developed to address these questions. Also we will present some of recent results on derivation of NLS equations from quantum many particle systems and will discuss how methods developed to study the NLS can be relevant in the context of the derivation of this nonlinear equation.
Updated on Sep 12, 2017 02:02 PM PDT 
Seminar Impact of Undergraduate Research on Student Learning at a Community College
Created on Jul 18, 2017 02:35 PM PDT 
Summer Graduate School Positivity Questions in Geometric Combinatorics
Organizers: Eran Nevo (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem), Raman Sanyal (Johann Wolfgang GoetheUniversität Frankfurt)McMullen’s gConjecture from 1970 is a shining example of mathematical foresight that combined all results available at that time to conjure a complete characterization of face numbers of convex simple/simplicial polytopes. The key statement in its verification is that certain combinatorial numbers associated to geometric (or topological) objects are nonnegative. The aim of this workshop is to introduce graduate students to selected contemporary topics in geometric combinatorics with an emphasis on positivity questions. It is fascinating that the dual notions of simple and simplicial polytopes lead to different but equally powerful algebraic frameworks to treat such questions. A key feature of the lectures will be the simultaneous development of these algebraic frameworks from complementary perspectives: combinatorialtopological and convexgeometric. General concepts (such as Lefschetz elements, Hodge–Riemann–Minkowski inequalities) will be developed sidebyside, and analogies will be drawn to concepts in algebraic geometry, Fourier analysis, rigidity theory and measure theory. This allows for entry points for students with varying backgrounds. The courses will be supplemented with guest lectures highlighting further connections to other fields.
Updated on Jul 21, 2017 10:13 AM PDT 
Summer Graduate School Séminaire de Mathématiques Supérieures 2017: Contemporary Dynamical Systems
Organizers: Sylvain Crovisier (Université de Paris VI (Pierre et Marie Curie)Université de Paris XI (ParisSud)), LEAD Konstantin Khanin (University of Toronto), Andrés Navas Flores (University of Santiago de Chile), Christiane Rousseau (Université de Montréal), Marcelo Viana (Institute of Pure and Applied Mathematics (IMPA)), Amie Wilkinson (University of Chicago)The theory of dynamical systems has witnessed very significant developments in the last decades, including the work of two 2014 Fields medalists, Artur Avila and Maryam Mirzakhani. The school will concentrate on the recent significant developments in the field of dynamical systems and present some of the present main streams of research. Two central themes will be those of partial hyperbolicity on one side, and rigidity, group actions and renormalization on the other side. Other themes will include homogeneous dynamics and geometry and dynamics on infinitely flat surfaces (both providing connections to the work of Maryam Mirzakhani), topological dynamics, thermodynamical formalism, singularities and bifurcations in analytic dynamical systems.
Updated on May 06, 2017 01:18 AM PDT 
Workshop Algebraic Combinatorixx 2: Followup to BIRS Workshop
Updated on Aug 14, 2017 08:45 AM PDT 
Seminar The DehnSommerville Relations and the Catalan Matroid
Created on Jun 29, 2017 01:19 PM PDT 
Summer Graduate School Soergel Bimodules
Organizers: LEAD Ben Elias (University of Oregon), Geordie Williamson (University of Sydney)We will give an introduction to categorical representation theory, focusing on the example of Soergel bimodules, which is a categorification of the IwahoriHecke algebra. We will give a comprehensive introduction to the "tool box" of modern (higher) representation theory: diagrammatics, homotopy categories, categorical diagonalization, module categories, Drinfeld center, algebraic Hodge theory.
Updated on Jul 10, 2017 01:18 PM PDT 
MSRIUP MSRIUP 2017: Solving Systems of Polynomial Equations
Organizers: LEAD Federico Ardila (San Francisco State University), Duane Cooper (Morehouse College), Maria Franco (Queensborough Community College (CUNY); MSRI  Mathematical Sciences Research Institute), Herbert Medina (University of Portland), J. Maurice Rojas (Texas A & M University), Suzanne Weekes (Worcester Polytechnic Institute)The MSRIUP summer program is designed to serve a diverse group of undergraduate students who would like to conduct research in the mathematical sciences.In 2017, MSRIUP will focus on Solving Systems of Polynomial Equations, a topic at the heart of almost every computational problem in the physical and life sciences. We will pay special attention to complexity issues, highlighting connections with tropical geometry, number theory, and the P vs. NP problem. The research program will be led by Prof. J. Maurice Rojas of Texas A&M University.Students who have had a linear algebra course and a course in which they have had to write proofs are eligible to apply. Due to funding restrictions, only U.S. citizens and permanent residents may apply regardless of funding. Members of underrepresented groups are especially encouraged to apply.Updated on Jun 28, 2018 05:38 PM PDT 
Program Summer Research 2017
Come spend time at MSRI in the summer! The Institute’s summer graduate schools and undergraduate program fill the lecture halls and some of the offices, but we have room for a modest number of visitors to come to do research singly or in small groups, while enjoying the excellent mathematical facilities, the great cultural opportunities of Berkeley, San Francisco and the Bay area, the gorgeous natural surroundings, and the cool weather.
We can provide offices, library facilities and bus passes—unfortunately not financial support. Though the auditoria are largely occupied, there are blackboards and ends of halls, so 26 people could comfortably collaborate with one another. We especially encourage such groups to apply together.
To make visits productive, we require at least a twoweek commitment. We strive for a wide mix of people, being sure to give special consideration to women, underrepresented groups, and researchers from nonresearch universities.
Updated on May 31, 2018 12:40 PM PDT 
Summer Graduate School Subfactors: planar algebras, quantum symmetries, and random matrices
Organizers: LEAD Scott Morrison (Australian National University), Emily Peters (Loyola University), Noah Snyder (Indiana University)Subfactor theory is a subject from operator algebras, with many surprising connections to other areas of mathematics. This summer school will be devoted to understanding the representation theory of subfactors, with a particular emphasis on connections to quantum symmetries, fusion categories, planar algebras, and random matrices
Updated on Jun 20, 2017 03:34 PM PDT 
Workshop Career in Academia
Organizers: Hélène Barcelo (MSRI  Mathematical Sciences Research Institute), Estelle Basor (AIM  American Institute of Mathematics), David Farmer (AIM  American Institute of Mathematics), Sally Koutsoliotas (Bucknell University)This workshop will focus on preparing each participant for a successful career as a mathematician at a college or university. Beginning with the hiring process, a thorough discussion of the various elements of the application packet will take place in the context of each participant's materials. Working individually with experienced faculty, participants will review and refine their cover letters, C.V., research, and teaching statements. This will be followed by activities related to the interview. The primary goals of the workshop are to develop an understanding of the hiring process from the institutions' perspective, to refine the application packet, to learn what to expect during the interview process (including the job talk), and to prepare for negotiating salary and startup packages.
Additional time will be spent on aspects of the pretenure years including the development of a research program, writing grant proposals, and mentoring research students. The threeday workshop will consist of oneonone work with experienced mentors, small group discussions, critique of written materials, plenary sessions, and time for individual work and consultation.
Updated on May 06, 2017 01:18 AM PDT 
Summer Graduate School Commutative Algebra and Related Topics
Organizers: Shinobu Hikami (Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology), LEAD Shihoko Ishii (Tsinghua University), Kazuhiko Kurano (Meiji University), Kenichi Yoshida (Nihon University)The purpose of the school will be to introduce graduate students to foundational results in commutative algebra, with particular emphasis of the diversity of the related topics with commutative algebra. Some of these topics are developing remarkably in this decade and through learning those subjects the graduate students will be stimulated toward future research.
Updated on Jun 21, 2017 04:53 PM PDT 
Workshop Recent Developments in Harmonic Analysis
Organizers: Michael Christ (University of California, Berkeley), Steven Hofmann (University of Missouri), LEAD Michael Lacey (Georgia Institute of Technology), Betsy Stovall (University of WisconsinMadison), Brian Street (University of WisconsinMadison)Topics for this workshop will be drawn from the main research directions of this conference, including:(1) Restriction, Kakeya, and geometric incidence problems(2) Analysis on nonhomogenous spaces(3) Weighted estimates(4) Quantitative rectifiability and other topics in PDEUpdated on May 26, 2017 12:27 PM PDT 
Seminar ANT Postdoc Seminar: Reductions of exponential sums in residue fields
Updated on May 05, 2017 08:43 AM PDT 
Seminar HA Postdoc Seminar: Harmonic Measure and Approximating Domains
Updated on May 04, 2017 12:24 PM PDT 
Seminar Analytic Number Theory Seminar: Moments of Lfunctions and asymptotic large sieve
Updated on May 05, 2017 08:45 AM PDT 
Seminar Harmonic Analysis Seminar: A Sharp Divergence Theorem in Rough Domains and Applications
Updated on Apr 18, 2017 11:01 AM PDT 
Seminar Harmonic Analysis Graduate Student Seminar
Created on Feb 23, 2017 03:51 PM PST 
Seminar HA Postdoc Seminar: Discrete Analogues in Harmonic Analysis: Maximal Functions of SteinWainger
Updated on May 05, 2017 09:07 AM PDT 
Seminar Analytic Number Theory Graduate Student Seminar
Created on May 03, 2017 04:24 PM PDT 
Seminar Harmonic Analysis Seminar: Haar expansions in Sobolev spaces
Updated on Apr 21, 2017 11:28 AM PDT 
Seminar Harmonic Analysis Graduate Student Seminar
Updated on Apr 27, 2017 09:34 AM PDT 
Seminar Harmonic Analysis Seminar: On the HRT Conjecture
Updated on Apr 20, 2017 12:24 PM PDT 
Workshop Recent developments in Analytic Number Theory
Organizers: Tim Browning (University of Bristol), Chantal David (Concordia University), Kannan Soundararajan (Stanford University), LEAD Terence Tao (University of California, Los Angeles)This workshop will be focused on presenting the latest developments in analytic number theory, including (but not restricted to) recent advances in sieve theory, multiplicative number theory, exponential sums, arithmetic statistics, estimates on automorphic forms, and the HardyLittlewood circle method.
Updated on Jun 05, 2017 10:26 AM PDT 
Workshop A View Towards Algebraic Geometry, in honor of David Eisenbud’s birthday
Updated on May 06, 2017 01:18 AM PDT 
Seminar Harmonic Analysis Seminar: Scalable restriction estimates for the hyperbolic paraboloid in R^3
Updated on Apr 24, 2017 10:48 AM PDT 
Seminar Joint ANT & HA Seminar: Polynomial congruences: Some light entertainment
Updated on Apr 20, 2017 12:15 PM PDT 
Seminar ANT Postdoc Seminar: Integer partitions and restricted partition functions
Updated on Apr 21, 2017 11:26 AM PDT 
Seminar HA Postdoc Seminar: Variational Methods for a TwoPhase Free Boundary Problem For Harmonic Measure (Colloquium Talk)
Updated on Apr 19, 2017 12:30 PM PDT 
Seminar Topics in Partial Differential Equations
Updated on Feb 02, 2017 12:16 PM PST 
Seminar MSRI/Pseudorandomness seminar: Local central limit theorems for combinatorial problems
Updated on Apr 27, 2017 08:45 AM PDT 
Seminar Analytic Number Theory Seminar: Trace Inequalities and Nonvanishing of Lfunctions
Updated on Apr 20, 2017 12:17 PM PDT 
Seminar Harmonic Analysis Seminar: The pointwise convergence of Fourier Series near L^1
Updated on Apr 20, 2017 02:29 PM PDT 
Seminar Harmonic Analysis Graduate Student Seminar: Rough path theory and Harmonic Analysis
Updated on Apr 20, 2017 02:40 PM PDT 
Seminar Topics in Partial Differential Equations
Updated on Feb 02, 2017 12:16 PM PST 
Seminar Analytic Number Theory Graduate Student Seminar
Updated on Apr 20, 2017 12:13 PM PDT 
Seminar Harmonic Analysis Seminar: On boundary value problems for parabolic equations with timedependent measurable coefficients
Updated on Apr 19, 2017 01:24 PM PDT 
Seminar Joint ANT & HA Seminar: Concatenating cubic structures
Updated on Apr 13, 2017 01:15 PM PDT 
Seminar ANT Postdoc Seminar: Sums of Kloosterman sums of halfintegral weight
Updated on Apr 13, 2017 01:47 PM PDT 
Seminar HA Postdoc Seminar: Poincare inequality 3/2 on the Hamming cube
Updated on Apr 13, 2017 08:54 AM PDT 
Seminar Topics in Partial Differential Equations
Updated on Feb 02, 2017 12:10 PM PST 
Seminar MSRI/Pseudorandomness seminar: Rigidity theorems for multiplicative functions and applications
Updated on Apr 13, 2017 04:17 PM PDT 
Seminar Analytic Number Theory Seminar: The distribution of zeros of polynomials
Updated on Apr 13, 2017 01:44 PM PDT 
Seminar Thesis Defense: On Some Variants of the Gauss Circle Problem
Created on Apr 13, 2017 09:58 AM PDT 
Seminar Harmonic Analysis Seminar: Convenient Coordinates
Updated on Apr 10, 2017 08:53 AM PDT 
Seminar Harmonic Analysis Graduate Student Seminar
Created on Feb 23, 2017 03:51 PM PST 
Seminar Topics in Partial Differential Equations
Updated on Feb 02, 2017 12:10 PM PST 
Seminar Harmonic Analysis Seminar: A multilinear extension identity on $L^2(\mathbb{R}^n)$
Updated on Apr 04, 2017 11:14 AM PDT 
Workshop Bay Area Differential Geometry Seminar (BADGS) Spring 2017
Organizers: David Bao (San Francisco State University), Joel Hass (University of California, Davis), David Hoffman (Stanford University), Rafe Mazzeo (Stanford University), Richard Montgomery (University of California, Santa Cruz)The Bay Area Differential Geometry Seminar meets 3 times each year and is a 1day seminar on recent developments in differential geometry and geometric analysis, broadly interpreted. Typically, it runs from midmorning until late afternoon, with 34 speakers. Lunch will be available and the final talk will be followed by dinner.
Updated on May 06, 2017 01:18 AM PDT 
Seminar Joint ANT & HA Seminar: Fourier optimization with constraints, bounds for zeta and related stories
Updated on Apr 06, 2017 11:10 AM PDT 
Seminar ANT Postdoc Seminar: Complexity of strong approximation on the sphere
Updated on Apr 06, 2017 02:27 PM PDT 
Seminar HA Postdoc Seminar: Sparse domination of singular integral operators (Colloquium)
Updated on Apr 06, 2017 10:48 AM PDT 
Seminar Logic and Literature: The Magic of Charles S. Peirce
Updated on Apr 12, 2017 09:26 AM PDT 
Seminar Topics in Partial Differential Equations
Updated on Feb 02, 2017 12:16 PM PST 
Seminar Analytic Number Theory Seminar: The long and the short of character sums
Updated on Apr 07, 2017 08:50 AM PDT 
Seminar Hermann Weyl’s Philosophy of Mathematics: What and Why
Updated on Apr 12, 2017 03:18 PM PDT 
Seminar Harmonic Analysis Seminar: The Cauchy problem for the LandauLifshitzGilbert equation in BMO and selfsimilar solutions
Updated on Mar 31, 2017 01:34 PM PDT 
Seminar Harmonic Analysis Graduate Student Seminar
Updated on Apr 07, 2017 01:39 PM PDT 
Seminar Topics in Partial Differential Equations
Updated on Feb 02, 2017 12:16 PM PST 
Seminar Analytic Number Theory Seminar: Averages of central $L$values using the relative trace formula
Updated on Apr 07, 2017 10:50 AM PDT 
Seminar Analytic Number Theory Graduate Student Seminar
Created on Feb 23, 2017 03:52 PM PST 
Seminar Harmonic Analysis Seminar: Critical perturbations of Dirac Hamiltonians: selfadjointness and spectrum
Updated on Apr 07, 2017 01:43 PM PDT 
Seminar Joint ANT & HA Seminar: Additive structure of sets of Fourier coefficients
Updated on Apr 05, 2017 12:09 PM PDT 
Seminar ANT Postdoc Seminar: Gaps between zeros of the Riemann zetafunction
Updated on Mar 30, 2017 12:25 PM PDT 
Seminar HA Postdoc Seminar: Muckenhoupt Weights and their dynamical counterpart (Colloquium talk)
Updated on Mar 30, 2017 12:14 PM PDT 
Seminar Topics in Partial Differential Equations
Updated on Feb 02, 2017 12:10 PM PST 
Seminar MSRI/Pseudorandomness seminar: Lonely runners in function fields
Updated on Mar 31, 2017 08:40 AM PDT 
Seminar Harmonic Analysis Seminar: Lipschitz maps, LittlewoodPaley, and directional operators
Updated on Mar 20, 2017 08:47 AM PDT 
Seminar Topics in Partial Differential Equations
Updated on Feb 02, 2017 12:10 PM PST 
Seminar Analytic Number Theory Seminar: Some applications of shifted single and multiple Dirichlet series
Updated on Mar 30, 2017 02:14 PM PDT 
Seminar HA Postdoc Seminar: Maximal operators and Hilbert transforms along variable curves
Updated on Mar 30, 2017 12:12 PM PDT 
Seminar Analytic Number Theory Graduate Student Seminar
Created on Feb 23, 2017 03:52 PM PST 
Seminar MSRI/Pseudorandomness seminar: Anatomy of integers and random permutations
Updated on Mar 29, 2017 01:23 PM PDT 
Seminar Harmonic Analysis Seminar: Null Control and Measurable Sets
Created on Mar 07, 2017 11:14 AM PST 
Seminar Harmonic Analysis Graduate Student Seminar
Updated on Mar 27, 2017 03:56 PM PDT 
Seminar Analytic Number Theory Graduate Student Seminar
Created on Mar 23, 2017 01:32 PM PDT 
Seminar Analytic Number Theory Seminar: The subconvexity problem
Created on Mar 23, 2017 04:52 PM PDT 
Workshop Hot Topics: Galois Theory of Periods and Applications
Organizers: LEAD Francis Brown (All Souls College, University of Oxford), Clément Dupont (Université de Montpellier), Richard Hain (Duke University), Vadim Vologodskiy (Higher School of Economics)Periods are integrals of algebraic differential forms over algebraicallydefined domains and are ubiquitous in mathematics and physics. A deep idea, originating with Grothendieck, is that there should be a Galois theory of periods. This general principle provides a unifying approach to several problems in the theory of motives, quantum groups and geometric group theory. This conference will bring together leading experts around this subject and cover topics such as the theory of multiple zeta values, modular forms, and motivic fundamental groups.Updated on May 06, 2017 01:18 AM PDT 
Seminar Joint ANT & HA Seminar: Discrepancy theory
Updated on Mar 17, 2017 08:57 AM PDT 
Seminar ANT Postdoc Seminar: Mass equidistribution of cusp forms in level aspect
Updated on Mar 16, 2017 03:40 PM PDT 
Seminar HA Postdoc Seminar: Algebraic structure in harmonic analytic incidence problems (Colloquium Talk)
Updated on Mar 16, 2017 04:23 PM PDT 
Seminar Topics in Partial Differential Equations
Updated on Feb 02, 2017 12:15 PM PST 
Seminar Analytic Number Theory Seminar: Incidences and the polynomial method
Updated on Mar 17, 2017 08:53 AM PDT 
Seminar Harmonic Analysis Seminar: Dimensionfree estimates in harmonic analysis
Updated on Mar 20, 2017 04:33 PM PDT 
Seminar Harmonic Analysis Seminar: A quantitative converse of the F. and M. Riesz Theorem for real elliptic operators with variable coefficients
Updated on Mar 13, 2017 08:49 AM PDT 
Seminar Harmonic Analysis Graduate Student Seminar
Created on Feb 23, 2017 03:51 PM PST 
Seminar Topics in Partial Differential Equations
Updated on Feb 02, 2017 12:15 PM PST 
Seminar Analytic Number Theory Seminar: Consecutive composite values in polynomial sequences
Updated on Mar 16, 2017 02:04 PM PDT 
Seminar Analytic Number Theory Graduate Student Seminar
Created on Feb 23, 2017 03:52 PM PST 
Seminar Harmonic Analysis Seminar: Harmonic Measure and Rectifiability, a Survey
Updated on Mar 13, 2017 11:41 AM PDT 
Seminar Topics in Partial Differential Equations
Updated on Feb 02, 2017 12:15 PM PST 
Seminar Harmonic Analysis Seminar: Harmonic measure and harmonic analysis
Updated on Feb 23, 2017 08:48 AM PST 
Seminar Harmonic Analysis Graduate Student Seminar
Created on Feb 23, 2017 03:51 PM PST 
Seminar Topics in Partial Differential Equations
Updated on Feb 02, 2017 12:15 PM PST 
Seminar Analytic Number Theory Seminar: Geometry via analytic number theory
Updated on Mar 10, 2017 08:43 AM PST 
Seminar HA Postdoc Seminar: CauchyRiemann systems for second order partial differential equations
Updated on Mar 10, 2017 08:44 AM PST 
Seminar Analytic Number Theory Graduate Student Seminar
Created on Feb 23, 2017 03:52 PM PST 
Seminar Harmonic Analysis Seminar: The Helicoidal Method
Updated on Mar 06, 2017 08:51 AM PST 
Seminar HA Postdoc Seminar: The BrunnMinkowski Inequality and a Minkowski Problem for Nonlinear Capacities (Colloquium talk)
Updated on Mar 10, 2017 01:49 PM PST 
Seminar Joint ANT & HA Seminar: Spherical Maximal Functions along the Primes
Updated on Feb 27, 2017 03:17 PM PST 
Seminar ANT Postdoc Seminar: High moments of Lfunctions
Updated on Mar 03, 2017 01:39 PM PST 
Seminar Topics in Partial Differential Equations
Updated on Feb 02, 2017 12:15 PM PST 
Seminar Analytic Number Theory Seminar: Large values of Laplace eigenfunctions via number theory
Updated on Mar 02, 2017 08:48 AM PST 
Seminar Harmonic Analysis Seminar: Average decay of the Fourier transform of fractal measures
Updated on Feb 28, 2017 03:01 PM PST 
Seminar Harmonic Analysis Graduate Student Seminar
Created on Feb 23, 2017 03:51 PM PST 
Seminar Topics in Partial Differential Equations
Updated on Feb 02, 2017 12:14 PM PST 
Seminar Analytic Number Theory Seminar: The ranges of some familiar arithmetic functions
Updated on Mar 02, 2017 08:47 AM PST 
Seminar Analytic Number Theory Graduate Student Seminar
Created on Feb 23, 2017 03:52 PM PST 
Seminar Harmonic Analysis Seminar: Square functions and geometry of measures
Updated on Feb 24, 2017 09:06 AM PST 
Workshop Academic Sponsors Day
Updated on May 06, 2017 01:18 AM PDT 
Seminar Topics in Partial Differential Equations
Updated on Feb 02, 2017 12:14 PM PST 
Seminar MSRI/Pseudorandomness seminar
Updated on Feb 16, 2017 02:35 PM PST 
Seminar Analytic Number Theory Seminar: Differences between Primes
Updated on Feb 23, 2017 01:10 PM PST 
Seminar HA Postdoc Seminar: Behavior of the BrascampLieb constant and applications
Updated on Feb 23, 2017 04:18 PM PST 
Seminar Harmonic Analysis Seminar: Convex body domination and theory of A_p matrix weights revisited
Updated on Feb 23, 2017 11:26 AM PST 
Seminar Harmonic Analysis Graduate Student Seminar
Updated on Feb 23, 2017 03:35 PM PST 
Seminar Topics in Partial Differential Equations
Updated on Feb 02, 2017 12:14 PM PST 
Seminar Analytic Number Theory Seminar: New bounds for the Chebotarev density theorem
Updated on Feb 24, 2017 11:16 AM PST 
Seminar Analytic Number Theory Graduate Student Seminar
Created on Feb 23, 2017 03:52 PM PST 
Seminar Harmonic Analysis Seminar: Regularity of the free boundary of almost minimizers for the AltCaffareliFriedman functional
Updated on Feb 23, 2017 08:38 AM PST 
Workshop Bay Area Differential Geometry Seminar (BADGS) Spring 2017
Organizers: David Bao (San Francisco State University), Joel Hass (University of California, Davis), David Hoffman (Stanford University), Rafe Mazzeo (Stanford University), Richard Montgomery (University of California, Santa Cruz)The Bay Area Differential Geometry Seminar meets 3 times each year and is a 1day seminar on recent developments in differential geometry and geometric analysis, broadly interpreted. Typically, it runs from midmorning until late afternoon, with 34 speakers. Lunch will be available and the final talk will be followed by dinner.
Updated on May 06, 2017 01:18 AM PDT 
Seminar Joint ANT & HA Seminar: The Erdos discrepancy problem
Updated on Feb 17, 2017 01:18 PM PST 
Seminar ANT Postdoc Seminar: From points to lines and beyond: Higherdimensional objects contained in hypersurfaces
Updated on Feb 17, 2017 09:34 AM PST 
Seminar HA Postdoc Seminar: An Application of $\ell^2$ Decoupling
Updated on Feb 17, 2017 09:37 AM PST 
Seminar Topics in Partial Differential Equations
Updated on Feb 02, 2017 12:14 PM PST 
Seminar MSRI/Pseudorandomness seminar: inverse theorems for Gowers norms
Updated on Feb 17, 2017 11:51 AM PST 
Seminar Analytic Number Theory Seminar: Irreducible polynomials produced by composition of quadratics
Updated on Feb 21, 2017 01:35 PM PST 
Seminar HA Postdoc Seminar: A Spherical Maximal Function along the Primes
Updated on Feb 17, 2017 09:36 AM PST 
Seminar Harmonic Analysis Seminar: A Maximal Restriction Theorem and Lebesgue Points of Functions In F(Lp)
Updated on Feb 14, 2017 01:31 PM PST 
Seminar Harmonic Analysis Seminar: Products of simplices in sets of positive upper density of R^d
Updated on Feb 10, 2017 01:56 PM PST 
Seminar ANT&HA Graduate Student Seminar
Updated on Feb 16, 2017 01:16 PM PST 
Seminar Informal Talk: General Bilinear Forms Bounds for Trace Functions
Updated on Feb 16, 2017 01:16 PM PST 
Seminar Topics in Partial Differential Equations
Updated on Feb 02, 2017 12:13 PM PST 
Seminar Analytic Number Theory Seminar: Levels of distribution for prehomogeneous vector spaces
Updated on Feb 17, 2017 09:33 AM PST 
Seminar ANT Postdoc Seminar: Job Talk: Bohr sets and multiplicative diophantine approximation
Updated on Feb 08, 2017 04:23 PM PST 
Seminar HA Postdoc Seminar: Harmonic analysis over rings of integers
Updated on Feb 09, 2017 03:27 PM PST 
Seminar Topics in Partial Differential Equations
Updated on Feb 02, 2017 12:13 PM PST 
Seminar Analytic Number Theory Seminar: The sieve of Eratosthenes in less space
Updated on Feb 09, 2017 08:55 AM PST 
Seminar Harmonic Analysis Seminar: Commutators with BMO functions vs. weighted estimates
Updated on Feb 07, 2017 08:43 AM PST 
Seminar FiveMinute Talk Series
Created on Feb 07, 2017 10:22 AM PST 
Seminar Topics in Partial Differential Equations
Updated on Feb 02, 2017 12:13 PM PST 
Seminar Analytic Number Theory Seminar: A construction of A. Schinzel: many numbers in a short interval without small prime factors.
Updated on Feb 10, 2017 04:47 PM PST 
Seminar ANT&HA Graduate Student Seminar
Updated on Feb 06, 2017 01:22 PM PST 
Seminar Harmonic Analysis Seminar: The Neumann problem for symmetric higher order elliptic differential equations
Created on Jan 27, 2017 09:33 AM PST 
Seminar FiveMinute Talk Series
Updated on Feb 07, 2017 10:22 AM PST 
Seminar FiveMinute Talk Series
Created on Feb 07, 2017 10:22 AM PST 
Seminar Topics in Partial Differential Equations
Updated on Feb 02, 2017 12:12 PM PST 
Seminar Topics in Partial Differential Equations
Updated on Feb 02, 2017 12:12 PM PST 
Workshop Introductory Workshop: Analytic Number Theory
Organizers: Andrew Granville (Université de Montréal), LEAD Emmanuel Kowalski (ETH Zurich), Kaisa Matomäki (University of Turku), Philippe Michel (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL))The introductory workshop will present, through short minicourses and introductory lectures, the main topics that will be the subject of much of the Analytic Number Theory Programme at MSRI. These topics include the theory of multiplicative functions, the theory of modular forms and Lfunctions, the circle method, sieve methods, and the theory of exponential sums over finite fields
Updated on May 06, 2017 01:18 AM PDT 
Workshop Connections for Women: Analytic Number Theory
Organizers: LEAD Chantal David (Concordia University), Kaisa Matomäki (University of Turku), Lillian Pierce (Duke University), Kannan Soundararajan (Stanford University), Terence Tao (University of California, Los Angeles)This workshop will consist of lectures on the current state of research in analytic number theory, given by prominent women and men in the field. The workshop is open to all graduate students, postdocs, and researchers in areas related to the program; it will also include a panel discussion session among female researchers on career issues, as well as other social events
Updated on May 06, 2017 01:18 AM PDT 
Seminar Topics in Partial Differential Equations
Updated on Feb 02, 2017 12:11 PM PST 
Seminar Topics in Partial Differential Equations
Updated on Feb 02, 2017 12:11 PM PST 
Seminar Topics in Partial Differential Equations
Updated on Feb 02, 2017 12:13 PM PST 
Seminar Topics in Partial Differential Equations
Updated on Feb 02, 2017 12:12 PM PST 
Workshop Introductory Workshop: Harmonic Analysis
Organizers: Allan Greenleaf (University of Rochester), LEAD Michael Lacey (Georgia Institute of Technology), Svitlana Mayboroda (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Betsy Stovall (University of WisconsinMadison), Brian Street (University of WisconsinMadison)This weeklong workshop will serve as an introduction for graduate students, postdocs, and other researchers to the main themes of the program. It will feature accessible talks by a number of leading harmonic analysts, including several short courses on the core ideas and techniques in the field. There will also be a problem session, to which all participants are encouraged to contribute.
Updated on May 06, 2017 01:18 AM PDT 
Workshop Connections for Women: Harmonic Analysis
Organizers: Svitlana Mayboroda (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), LEAD Betsy Stovall (University of WisconsinMadison)This workshop will highlight the work of several prominent women working in harmonic analysis, including some of the field's rising stars. There will also be a panel discussion. There will also be a contributed poster session. This workshop is open to, and poster contributions are welcome from all mathematicians.
Updated on May 06, 2017 01:18 AM PDT 
Seminar Topics in Partial Differential Equations
Updated on Feb 02, 2017 12:12 PM PST 
Program Analytic Number Theory
Organizers: Chantal David (Concordia University), Andrew Granville (Université de Montréal), Emmanuel Kowalski (ETH Zurich), Philippe Michel (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)), Kannan Soundararajan (Stanford University), LEAD Terence Tao (University of California, Los Angeles)Analytic number theory, and its applications and interactions, are currently experiencing intensive progress, in sometimes unexpected directions. In recent years, many important classical questions have seen spectacular advances based on new techniques; conversely, methods developed in analytic number theory have led to the solution of striking problems in other fields.
This program will not only give the leading researchers in the area further opportunities to work together, but more importantly give young people the occasion to learn about these topics, and to give them the tools to achieve the next breakthroughs.
Updated on Jul 10, 2015 03:54 PM PDT 
Program Harmonic Analysis
Organizers: LEAD Michael Christ (University of California, Berkeley), Allan Greenleaf (University of Rochester), Steven Hofmann (University of Missouri), LEAD Michael Lacey (Georgia Institute of Technology), Svitlana Mayboroda (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Betsy Stovall (University of WisconsinMadison), Brian Street (University of WisconsinMadison)The field of Harmonic Analysis dates back to the 19th century, and has its roots in the study of the decomposition of functions using Fourier series and the Fourier transform. In recent decades, the subject has undergone a rapid diversification and expansion, though the decomposition of functions and operators into simpler parts remains a central tool and theme.This program will bring together researchers representing the breadth of modern Harmonic Analysis and will seek to capitalize on and continue recent progress in four major directions:Restriction, Kakeya, and Geometric Incidence ProblemsAnalysis on Nonhomogeneous SpacesWeighted Norm InequalitiesQuantitative Rectifiability and Elliptic PDE.Many of these areas draw techniques from or have applications to other fields of mathematics, such as analytic number theory, partial differential equations, combinatorics, and geometric measure theory. In particular, we expect a lively interaction with the concurrent program.Updated on Aug 11, 2016 10:49 AM PDT 
Seminar Topics in Partial Differential Equations
Updated on Feb 02, 2017 12:11 PM PST 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar
Created on Dec 09, 2016 01:25 PM PST 
Seminar Working Seminar: Out(Fn)  complexes
Created on Dec 09, 2016 01:32 PM PST 
Seminar Common Lunch
Created on Dec 09, 2016 01:17 PM PST 
Seminar Seminar on isomorphism conjectures: FarrellJones for mapping class group II
Created on Nov 23, 2016 09:25 AM PST 
Seminar Member Seminar: Circular orderings from veering triangulations
Created on Nov 29, 2016 09:50 AM PST 
Seminar Working Seminar: Median Spaces: Coarse Median Spaces
Updated on Dec 12, 2016 10:12 AM PST 
Seminar Seminar on isomorphism conjectures: FarrellJones for mapping class group I
Created on Nov 23, 2016 09:23 AM PST 
Seminar Working Seminar: Formal Languages and Geometr: Multiple context free languages and tree stack automata
Updated on Dec 08, 2016 02:46 PM PST 
Seminar Working Seminar: Projection complexes, rotating families, and beyond
Created on Dec 09, 2016 01:35 PM PST 
Workshop Amenability, coarse embeddability and fixed point properties
Organizers: Goulnara Arzhantseva (University of Vienna), LEAD Cornelia Drutu (University of Oxford), Graham Niblo (University of Southampton), Piotr Nowak (Polish Academy of Sciences)The main theme of the workshop is the spectrum of analytic properties running from Kazhdan's property (T) at one end to von Neumann's amenability at the other, that forms a foundational organizing structure for infinite groups and spaces. These properties can be described both analytically, via unitary representation theory, and geometrically, using embedding properties for discrete spaces. Connections with probability and combinatorics will likewise be addressed during the meeting.
Updated on May 06, 2017 01:18 AM PDT 
Workshop Insect Navigation
Organizers: Larry Abbott (Columbia University), David Eisenbud (MSRI  Mathematical Sciences Research Institute), Mimi Koehl (University of California, Berkeley)A 3day joint workshop of MSRI and Janelia Research Campus of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Navigation in flies, mosquitos and ants is an interesting scientific problem that has considerable societal importance because of their role as disease vectors. This meeting will address two important aspects of navigation: 1) how are locations and orientations in space computed, represented and used in the insect brain, and 2) how do interactions between an organism and its environment affect its ability to navigate.
Updated on May 06, 2017 01:18 AM PDT 
Seminar Breakthrough symposium at UCSF
Updated on Nov 29, 2016 09:24 AM PST 
Seminar Working Seminar: Formal Languages and Geometry: The word problem for the fundamental group of a finitevolume hyperbolic threemanifold is not MCF
Created on Dec 01, 2016 11:17 AM PST 
Seminar Working Seminar: Projection complexes, rotating families, and beyond
Created on Dec 02, 2016 04:46 PM PST 
Workshop Bay Area Differential Geometry Seminar (BADGS) Winter 2016
Organizers: David Bao (San Francisco State University), Joel Hass (University of California, Davis), LEAD David Hoffman (Stanford University), Rafe Mazzeo (Stanford University), Richard Montgomery (University of California, Santa Cruz)The Bay Area Differential Geometry Seminar meets 3 times each year and is a 1day seminar on recent developments in differential geometry and geometric analysis, broadly interpreted. Typically, it runs from midmorning until late afternoon, with 34 speakers. Lunch will be available and the final talk will be followed by dinner.
Updated on May 06, 2017 01:18 AM PDT 
Seminar Postdoc Seminar I: Monomial ideals: Algebra and Combinatorics
Updated on Nov 23, 2016 12:23 PM PST 
Seminar Postdoc Seminar II: Universal Acylindrical Actions
Updated on Nov 23, 2016 12:24 PM PST 
Seminar Informal reading group on expanders
Updated on Dec 01, 2016 09:36 AM PST 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar
Updated on Oct 07, 2016 10:38 AM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Out(Fn)  complexes
Created on Oct 11, 2016 01:32 PM PDT 
Seminar Common Lunch
Created on Aug 25, 2016 01:53 PM PDT 
Seminar Coarse embeddings, and how to avoid them
Created on Nov 23, 2016 12:01 PM PST 
Seminar Topology Seminar (Introductory Talk): Combinatorial structure of graph embeddings and buildings.
Created on Nov 23, 2016 12:32 PM PST 
Seminar Topology Seminar (Main Talk): Buildings, surfaces and equations in groups.
Created on Nov 23, 2016 12:34 PM PST 
Seminar Member Seminar: Generalizing BestvinaBrady groups using branched covers
Updated on Nov 02, 2016 02:06 PM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Median Spaces: Counting quasimorphisms and WPD elements
Updated on Nov 15, 2016 10:14 AM PST 
Seminar 3Manifold Seminar: Floer homology
Created on Nov 23, 2016 12:30 PM PST 
Seminar Working Seminar: Projection complexes, rotating families, and beyond
Created on Sep 13, 2016 10:15 AM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Formal Languages and Geometry: More on groups with multiple contextfree word problem
Updated on Nov 18, 2016 01:49 PM PST 
Seminar Member Seminar: Expanders and box spaces
Updated on Oct 26, 2016 01:04 PM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Median Spaces: Counting quasimorphisms and WPD elements
Updated on Nov 15, 2016 10:14 AM PST 
Seminar Bounded cohomology via partial differential equations
Created on Nov 18, 2016 01:52 PM PST 
Seminar A mathematical look at gerrymandering
Created on Nov 21, 2016 10:16 AM PST 
Seminar Working Seminar: Projection complexes, rotating families, and beyond
Created on Sep 13, 2016 10:14 AM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Formal Languages and Geometry: Groups with contextfree word problem according to Diekert and Weiss
Updated on Nov 18, 2016 01:49 PM PST 
Seminar Expanders
Created on Nov 21, 2016 10:20 AM PST 
Seminar Postdoc Seminar II: Relative currents and loxodromic elements in the relative free factor complex
Updated on Nov 11, 2016 02:32 PM PST 
Seminar Postdoc Seminar I: Veech surfaces and simple closed curves
Updated on Nov 11, 2016 02:31 PM PST 
Seminar Reading Group
Created on Nov 16, 2016 10:24 AM PST 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar
Updated on Oct 07, 2016 10:38 AM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Out(Fn)  complexes
Created on Oct 11, 2016 01:31 PM PDT 
Seminar Postdoc Seminar I: Stability and convex cocompactness
Updated on Nov 11, 2016 02:30 PM PST 
Seminar Postdoc Seminar II: Non simple closed curves on surfaces
Updated on Nov 11, 2016 02:31 PM PST 
Seminar Topology Seminar (Introductory Talk): Bounds for the minimum dilatation
Updated on Nov 14, 2016 02:40 PM PST 
Seminar Topology Seminar (Main Talk): PseudoAnosov maps and dilatation
Updated on Nov 14, 2016 02:40 PM PST 
Seminar Member Seminar: Effective quasimorphisms on rightangled Artin groups
Updated on Nov 02, 2016 10:35 AM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Median Spaces
Created on Oct 27, 2016 09:22 AM PDT 
Seminar 3Manifold Seminar: Knottedness is in NP, modulo GRH
Created on Nov 11, 2016 02:29 PM PST 
Seminar Working Seminar: Projection complexes, rotating families, and beyond
Created on Sep 13, 2016 10:13 AM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Formal Languages and Geometry: Isoperimetry and word counting in the Heisenberg group.
Updated on Nov 10, 2016 03:07 PM PST 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar
Updated on Oct 07, 2016 10:38 AM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Out(Fn)  complexes
Created on Oct 11, 2016 01:31 PM PDT 
Seminar Common Lunch
Created on Aug 25, 2016 01:50 PM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Counting problems in groups and spaces, and random walks
Created on Sep 13, 2016 09:42 AM PDT 
Seminar Topology Seminar (Introductory Talk): Introduction to Mapping Class Groups and Curve Complexes
Created on Nov 03, 2016 09:45 AM PDT 
Seminar Topology Seminar (Main Talk): Models for mapping class groups
Created on Nov 03, 2016 09:47 AM PDT 
Seminar Member Seminar: Actions of Cremona groups on CAT(0) cube complexes and applications
Updated on Oct 19, 2016 08:42 AM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Median Spaces: Quantitative rectifiability and differentiation in the Heisenberg group
Updated on Nov 01, 2016 03:28 PM PDT 
Seminar 3Manifold Seminar: Floer homology of knots, 3manifolds, and sutured manifolds
Created on Nov 03, 2016 04:42 PM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Projection complexes, rotating families, and beyond
Created on Sep 13, 2016 10:12 AM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Formal Languages and Geometry: The word problem for ZxZ, continued
Updated on Nov 03, 2016 02:13 PM PDT 
Seminar Postdoc Seminar I: The Period Mapping on Outer Space
Updated on Oct 28, 2016 09:03 AM PDT 
Seminar Postdoc Seminar II: Loch Ness monsters and wild singularities  a Halloweeninspired introduction to infinite translation surfaces
Updated on Oct 28, 2016 09:04 AM PDT 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar
Updated on Oct 07, 2016 10:37 AM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Out(Fn)  complexes
Created on Oct 11, 2016 01:30 PM PDT 
Seminar Moduli of Riemann surface and Bers conjecture
Created on Oct 31, 2016 09:53 AM PDT 
Seminar Common Lunch
Created on Aug 25, 2016 01:49 PM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Counting problems in groups and spaces, and random walks
Updated on Sep 13, 2016 09:41 AM PDT 
Seminar Math on YouTube
Created on Sep 13, 2016 09:50 AM PDT 
Seminar Topology Seminar (Introductory Talk): Counting curves in hyperbolic surfaces
Created on Oct 28, 2016 02:18 PM PDT 
Seminar Topology Seminar (Main Talk): Counting curves in hyperbolic surfaces
Created on Oct 28, 2016 02:19 PM PDT 
Seminar Member Seminar: Equidistribution and counting for group actions on trees
Updated on Oct 18, 2016 08:57 AM PDT 
Seminar 3Manifold Seminar: Renormalized volume
Created on Oct 27, 2016 09:10 AM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Median Spaces
Created on Oct 27, 2016 09:21 AM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Projection complexes, rotating families, and beyond
Created on Sep 13, 2016 10:11 AM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Formal Languages and Geometry: Multiple context free languages
Updated on Oct 27, 2016 03:32 PM PDT 
Workshop The 2016 BlackwellTapia Conference and Award Ceremony
Organizers: Carlos CastilloChavez, Sujit Ghosh (NC State University), Suzanne Lenhart (National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis NIMBioS), Kelly Sturner (National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis NIMBioS), AbdulAziz YakubuUpdated on May 06, 2017 01:18 AM PDT 
Workshop Geometry of mapping class groups and Out(Fn)
Organizers: Yael AlgomKfir (University of Haifa), LEAD Mladen Bestvina (University of Utah), Richard Canary (University of Michigan), Gilbert Levitt (Université de Caen)A fourday workshop with researchlevel talks on the latest advances in the geometry of mapping class groups and Out(F_n), and spaces on which they act.
Updated on May 06, 2017 01:18 AM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Projection complexes, rotating families, and beyond
Created on Sep 13, 2016 10:11 AM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Formal Languages and Geometry
Updated on Oct 20, 2016 12:58 PM PDT 
Seminar Postdoc Seminar I: The action dimension and the obstructor dimension of a discrete group
Updated on Oct 13, 2016 03:45 PM PDT 
Seminar Postdoc Seminar II: Small cancellation monsters  a crash course
Updated on Oct 13, 2016 03:45 PM PDT 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar
Updated on Oct 07, 2016 10:37 AM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Out(Fn)  complexes
Created on Sep 13, 2016 09:54 AM PDT 
Seminar Common Lunch
Created on Aug 25, 2016 01:48 PM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Counting problems in groups and spaces, and random walks
Created on Sep 13, 2016 09:40 AM PDT 
Seminar Topology Seminar (Introductory Talk): Surface bundles and the mapping class group
Created on Oct 13, 2016 10:30 AM PDT 
Seminar Topology Seminar (Main Talk): Cohomology of the mapping class group via cup products in surface bundles
Created on Oct 13, 2016 10:31 AM PDT 
Seminar Member Seminar: CannonThurston maps for hyperbolic free group extensions
Updated on Sep 20, 2016 03:53 PM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Median Spaces
Created on Sep 13, 2016 09:57 AM PDT 
Seminar 3Manifold Seminar: Property R
Created on Oct 13, 2016 11:53 AM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Projection complexes, rotating families, and beyond
Created on Sep 13, 2016 10:10 AM PDT 
Seminar Postdoc Seminar I: Job Talk: Constructing generic elements in Out(F_n) and mapping class group
Updated on Oct 12, 2016 12:26 PM PDT 
Seminar Postdoc Seminar II: On the geometry of the flip graph
Updated on Oct 07, 2016 08:53 AM PDT 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar
Updated on Oct 07, 2016 09:18 AM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Out(Fn)  complexes
Created on Sep 13, 2016 09:48 AM PDT 
Seminar Common Lunch
Created on Aug 25, 2016 01:47 PM PDT 
Seminar Topology Seminar: An introductory survey of random walks on the mapping class group
Created on Oct 06, 2016 02:27 PM PDT 
Seminar Topology Seminar: The stratum of a random mapping class
Created on Oct 06, 2016 02:29 PM PDT 
Seminar Member Seminar: Discontinuous Motions of limit sets
Updated on Sep 20, 2016 03:59 PM PDT 
Seminar 3Manifold Seminar: Thin position for knots and Property R
Created on Oct 06, 2016 09:42 AM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Projection complexes, rotating families, and beyond
Created on Sep 13, 2016 10:09 AM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Ozawa's proof of Gromov's polynomial growth theorem: Ozawa's functionalanalytic proof
Created on Sep 29, 2016 04:26 PM PDT 
Seminar Probabilistic Operator Algebra Seminar: The C*algebra of lamplighter groups over finite groups
Updated on Oct 06, 2016 09:20 AM PDT 
Seminar Postdoc Seminar I: Relatively Hyperbolic Surface Amalgams
Updated on Sep 30, 2016 08:41 AM PDT 
Seminar Postdoc Seminar II: Introduction to Elementary Theory of Free groups
Updated on Sep 30, 2016 08:42 AM PDT 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar: Bounded Cohomology
Updated on Oct 06, 2016 08:40 AM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Out(Fn)  complexes
Created on Sep 13, 2016 09:48 AM PDT 
Seminar Berkeley Math Dept. Colloquiua: Dynamics and polynomial invariants of freebycyclic groups
Created on Oct 03, 2016 03:17 PM PDT 
Seminar Common Lunch
Created on Aug 25, 2016 01:46 PM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Counting problems in groups and spaces, and random walks
Created on Sep 13, 2016 09:39 AM PDT 
Seminar Member Seminar: Automorphisms of RAAGs: vast or skimpy?
Updated on Sep 14, 2016 10:13 AM PDT 
Seminar UC Berkeley 3Manifold Seminar: Sutured manifolds
Created on Oct 03, 2016 04:39 PM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Projection complexes, rotating families, and beyond
Created on Sep 13, 2016 10:04 AM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Ozawa's proof of Gromov's polynomial growth theorem
Updated on Sep 29, 2016 04:39 PM PDT 
Workshop Groups acting on CAT(0) spaces
Organizers: Ian Agol (University of California, Berkeley), PierreEmmanuel Caprace (Université Catholique de Louvain), Koji Fujiwara (Kyoto University), Alessandra Iozzi (ETH Zürich), LEAD Michah Sageev (TechnionIsrael Institute of Technology)The theme of the workshop is algebraic, geometric and analytical aspects of groups that act by isometries on spaces of nonpositive curvature known as CAT(0) spaces. The world of CAT(0) spaces includes classical spaces such as symmetric spaces and buildings, as well as more avantgarde arrivals, such as CAT(0) cube complex. The workshop will bring together researchers studying various aspects of such groups and spaces to discuss recent developments and chart new directions in the field.
Updated on May 06, 2017 01:18 AM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Projection complexes, rotating families, and beyond
Created on Sep 13, 2016 10:03 AM PDT 
Seminar Joint NSF Webinar  mandatory for USbased Postdocs
Updated on Sep 22, 2016 03:03 PM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Ozawa's proof of Gromov's polynomial growth theorem
Created on Sep 22, 2016 10:09 AM PDT 
Seminar Local rigidity of uniform lattices
Created on Sep 23, 2016 10:44 AM PDT 
Seminar Postdoc Seminar I: What is an L^2Betti number?
Updated on Sep 15, 2016 01:18 PM PDT 
Seminar Postdoc Seminar II: Job talk: from the torus up
Updated on Sep 15, 2016 01:18 PM PDT 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar: Special cube complexes
Updated on Sep 19, 2016 09:03 AM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Out(Fn)  complexes
Created on Sep 13, 2016 09:47 AM PDT 
Seminar Common Lunch
Created on Aug 25, 2016 01:44 PM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Counting problems in groups and spaces, and random walks
Created on Sep 08, 2016 11:33 AM PDT 
Seminar Working seminar: Median spaces: Nonembedding into L^1 warmup
Updated on Sep 16, 2016 12:11 PM PDT 
Seminar Job Market Panel
Created on Sep 16, 2016 11:22 AM PDT 
Seminar Topology Seminar: Thurston norm via Fox Calculus
Created on Sep 16, 2016 01:51 PM PDT 
Seminar Topology Seminar: Thurston norm via Fox Calculus
Created on Sep 16, 2016 01:52 PM PDT 
Seminar Member Seminar: Counting lattice points with respect to the Lipschitz metric
Updated on Sep 13, 2016 09:50 AM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Median Spaces
Updated on Sep 15, 2016 02:08 PM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Projection complexes, rotating families, and beyond
Created on Sep 13, 2016 10:02 AM PDT 
Seminar Postdoc Seminar I: The best of Simplicial Volume
Updated on Sep 09, 2016 01:21 PM PDT 
Seminar Postdoc Seminar II: Homology of finite covers of graphs and surfaces
Updated on Sep 09, 2016 01:22 PM PDT 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar: asymptotic cones
Updated on Sep 13, 2016 09:29 AM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Out(Fn)  complexes
Created on Sep 09, 2016 08:37 AM PDT 
Seminar Berkeley Math Dept. Colloquium: Geometry and Analysis on Nilpotent Lie Groups
Created on Sep 13, 2016 09:20 AM PDT 
Seminar Common Lunch
Created on Aug 25, 2016 01:41 PM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Counting problems in groups and spaces, and random walks
Created on Sep 08, 2016 11:32 AM PDT 
Seminar Member Seminar: Filling inequalities for lattices in symmetric spaces
Updated on Sep 01, 2016 08:49 AM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Median Spaces
Created on Sep 07, 2016 11:09 AM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Projection complexes, rotating families, and beyond
Created on Aug 31, 2016 02:36 PM PDT 
Seminar Delone sets in nonabelian groups: What is "approximate geometric group theory”?
Updated on Sep 09, 2016 08:34 AM PDT 
Seminar Delone sets in nonabelian groups: Bilipschitz equivalence of Delone sets in certain Lie groups
Updated on Sep 09, 2016 08:34 AM PDT 
Seminar Delone sets in nonabelian groups: Substitutive tilings of the hyperbolic plane
Updated on Sep 09, 2016 08:35 AM PDT 
Seminar Postdoc Seminar I: What is a simple closed curve in a free group?: Curve graph analogues for free group automorphisms.
Updated on Sep 02, 2016 02:10 PM PDT 
Seminar Postdoc Seminar II: Connecting Measurable and Geometric Group Theory
Updated on Sep 02, 2016 02:10 PM PDT 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar
Created on Aug 25, 2016 02:02 PM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Out(Fn)  complexes
Updated on Sep 01, 2016 01:30 PM PDT 
Seminar Common Lunch
Created on Aug 25, 2016 01:34 PM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Counting problems in groups and spaces, and random walks
Updated on Sep 01, 2016 01:38 PM PDT 
Seminar Topology Seminar: Properties of fibered structures and subgroups of hyperbolic 3manifolds
Created on Sep 01, 2016 08:52 AM PDT 
Seminar Topology Seminar: NonLERFness of arithmetic hyperbolic manifold groups
Created on Sep 01, 2016 08:59 AM PDT 
Seminar Member Seminar: Word Equations
Updated on Aug 29, 2016 08:43 AM PDT 
Seminar Working Seminar: Median Spaces
Created on Sep 01, 2016 01:31 PM PDT 
Seminar Postdoc Seminar I: Dimensions of Discrete Groups
Updated on Aug 26, 2016 09:19 AM PDT 
Seminar Postdoc Seminar II: An invitation from nondiscrete groups
Updated on Aug 26, 2016 09:35 AM PDT 
Seminar MSRI Fall 5Minute Talks
Created on Aug 26, 2016 01:56 PM PDT 
Seminar Common Lunch
Created on Aug 24, 2016 08:42 AM PDT 
Seminar MSRI Fall 5Minute Talks
Created on Aug 26, 2016 01:44 PM PDT 
Seminar Topology Seminar: Lyapunov exponents for higher rank abelian actions, subexponential growth and homogeneous dynamics
Created on Aug 30, 2016 12:25 PM PDT 
Seminar Topology Seminar: Zimmer's conjecture: subexponential growth, measure rigidity and strong property (T)
Created on Aug 30, 2016 12:27 PM PDT 
Seminar Member Seminar: Quasiisometric rigidity of Teichmuller space
Updated on Aug 25, 2016 12:12 PM PDT 
Seminar A Preliminary Exploration of Mixed Reality as a Medium for Mathematical Collaboration
Created on Aug 24, 2016 09:07 AM PDT 
Seminar Postdoc Mentor Meeting
Created on Aug 26, 2016 01:49 PM PDT 
Seminar Berkeley Math Dept. Colloquiua: Zimmer's conjecture: subexponential growth, measure rigidity and strong property (T)
Created on Aug 22, 2016 04:18 PM PDT 
Workshop Introductory Workshop: Geometric Group Theory
Organizers: Martin Bridson (University of Oxford), Benson Farb (University of Chicago), LEAD zlil sela (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem), Karen Vogtmann (University of Warwick)This will be an introductory workshop to the MSRI jumbo program Geometric Group Theory being held during the Fall Semester of 2016. The purpose of the workshop is to provide an overview of key areas of research to be covered in the program, including an introduction to open problems of current interest.
Updated on May 06, 2017 01:18 AM PDT 
Workshop Connections for Women: Geometric Group Theory
Organizers: LEAD Ruth Charney (Brandeis University), Indira Chatterji (Université Nice SophiaAntipolis), Mark Feighn (Rutgers University), Talia Fernós (University of North Carolina)This threeday workshop will feature talks by six prominent female mathematicians on a wide range of topics in geometric group theory. Each speaker will give two lectures, separated by a breakout session during which participants will meet in small groups to discuss ideas presented in the first lecture. The workshop is open to all mathematicians.Updated on May 06, 2017 01:18 AM PDT 
Program Geometric Group Theory
Organizers: Ian Agol (University of California, Berkeley), Mladen Bestvina (University of Utah), Cornelia Drutu (University of Oxford), LEAD Mark Feighn (Rutgers University), Michah Sageev (TechnionIsrael Institute of Technology), Karen Vogtmann (University of Warwick)The field of geometric group theory emerged from Gromov’s insight that even mathematical objects such as groups, which are defined completely in algebraic terms, can be profitably viewed as geometric objects and studied with geometric techniques Contemporary geometric group theory has broadened its scope considerably, but retains this basic philosophy of reformulating in geometric terms problems from diverse areas of mathematics and then solving them with a variety of tools. The growing list of areas where this general approach has been successful includes lowdimensional topology, the theory of manifolds, algebraic topology, complex dynamics, combinatorial group theory, algebra, logic, the study of various classical families of groups, Riemannian geometry and representation theory.
The goals of this MSRI program are to bring together people from the various branches of the field in order to consolidate recent progress, chart new directions, and train the next generation of geometric group theorists.Updated on Aug 11, 2016 08:44 AM PDT 
Program Complementary Program (201617)
The Complementary Program has a limited number of memberships that are open to mathematicians whose interests are not closely related to the core programs; special consideration is given to mathematicians who are partners of an invited member of a core program.
Updated on Apr 14, 2017 10:04 AM PDT 
Summer Graduate School Chip Firing and Tropical Curves
Organizers: LEAD Matthew Baker (Georgia Institute of Technology), David Jensen (University of Kentucky), Sam Payne (University of Texas, Austin)Tropical geometry uses a combination of techniques from algebraic geometry, combinatorics, and convex polyhedral geometry to study degenerations of algebraic varieties; the simplest tropical objects are tropical curves, which one can think of as "shadows" of algebraic curves. Linear equivalence of divisors on an abstract tropical curve is determined by a simple but rich combinatorial process called "chip firing", which was discovered independently in the discrete setting by physicists and graph theorists. From a pedagogical point of view, one can view tropical curves as a combinatorial model for the highly analogous but more abstract theory of algebraic curves, but there is in fact much more to the story than this: one can use tropical curves and chip firing to prove theorems in algebraic geometry and number theory. This field is relatively new, so participants will have the opportunity to start from scratch and still get a glimpse of the cutting edge in this active research area.
Updated on May 06, 2017 01:18 AM PDT 
Summer Graduate School Electronic Structure Theory
Organizers: LEAD Lin Lin (University of California, Berkeley), Jianfeng Lu (Duke University), James Sethian (University of California, Berkeley)Ab initio or first principle electronic structure theories, particularly represented by KohnSham density functional theory (KSDFT), have been developed into workhorse tools with a wide range of scientific applications in chemistry, physics, materials science, biology etc. What is needed are new techniques that greatly extend the applicability and versatility of these approaches. At the core, many of the challenges that need to be addressed are essentially mathematical. The purpose of the workshop is to provide graduate students a selfcontained introduction to electronic structure theory, with particular emphasis on frontier topics in aspects of applied analysis and numerical methods.
Updated on May 06, 2017 01:18 AM PDT 
Seminar Discrete Optimization and Network Analysis
Created on Jul 05, 2016 08:58 AM PDT 
Summer Graduate School An Introduction to Character Theory and the McKay Conjecture
Organizers: Robert Guralnick (University of Southern California), Pham Tiep (Rutgers University)Character Theory of Finite Groups provides one of the most powerful tools to study groups. In this course we will give a gentle introduction to basic results in the Character Theory, as well as some of the main conjectures in Group Representation Theory, with particular emphasis on the McKay Conjecture.
Updated on May 06, 2017 01:18 AM PDT 
Seminar From GIT to Git and The Titanic Problem
Created on Jul 05, 2016 08:56 AM PDT 
Seminar Applications of Knot Theory: Using Knot Theory to Unravel Biochemistry Mysteries
Created on Jun 29, 2016 03:49 PM PDT 
Seminar Modeling Cancer Evolution using QuasiStationary Distributions in Resurrected Moran Models
Created on Jun 15, 2016 02:45 PM PDT 
Summer Graduate School Mixed Integer Nonlinear Programming: Theory, algorithms and applications
Organizers: Francisco Castro (University of Sevilla), Elena Fernandez (Polytechnical University of Cataluña (Barcelona) ), Justo Puerto (University of Sevilla)This school is oriented to the presentation of theory, algorithms and applications for the solution of mixed integer nonlinear problems (MINLP). This type of problems appears in numerous application areas where the modelization of nonlinear phenomena with logical constraints is important; we must remember here the memorable phrase “the world is nonlinear”. Nowadays the theoretical aspects of this area are spread in a number of recent papers which makes it difficult, for nonspecialist, to have a solid background of the existing results and new advances in the field. This school aims to organize and present this material in an organized way. Moreover, it also pursues to link theory with actual applications. In particular, remarkable applications can be found in air traffic control agencies, the air companies, the electric power generation companies, the chemical complex units, the analysis of financial products usually associated with risk dealing and in the algorithms in the statistical field and artificial intelligence as for instance artificial neural networks, or supporting vector machines, among many others.
Updated on May 06, 2017 01:18 AM PDT 
Seminar Algebraic Vision
Created on Jun 15, 2016 02:44 PM PDT 
Summer Graduate School Harmonic Analysis and Elliptic Equations on real Euclidean Spaces and on Rough Sets
Organizers: LEAD Steven Hofmann (University of Missouri), Jose Maria Martell (Instituto de Ciencias Matematicas (ICMAT))The goal of the workshop is to present harmonic analysis techniques in $R^n$ (the ``flat" setting), and then to show how those techniques extend to much rougher settings, with application to the theory of elliptic equations. Thus, the subject matter of the workshop will introduce the students to an active, current research area: the interface between harmonic analysis, elliptic PDE, and geometric measure theory.
Updated on May 06, 2017 01:18 AM PDT 
MSRIUP MSRIUP 2016: Sandpile Groups
Organizers: Federico Ardila (San Francisco State University), Duane Cooper (Morehouse College), Maria Franco (Queensborough Community College (CUNY); MSRI  Mathematical Sciences Research Institute), Luis Garcia Puente (Sam Houston State University), Herbert Medina (University of Portland), LEAD Suzanne Weekes (Worcester Polytechnic Institute)The MSRIUP summer program is designed for undergraduate students who have completed two years of universitylevel mathematics courses and would like to conduct research in the mathematical sciences. Due to funding restrictions, only U.S. citizens and permanent residents are eligible to apply and the program cannot accept foreign students regardless of funding. The academic portion of the 2016 program will be led by Prof. Luis GarciaPuente of Sam Houston State University.
Updated on Aug 17, 2017 11:42 AM PDT 
Program Summer Research 2016
Come spend time at MSRI in the summer! The Institute’s summer graduate schools and undergraduate program fill the lecture halls and some of the offices, but we have room for a modest number of visitors to come to do research singly or in small groups, while enjoying the excellent mathematical facilities, the great cultural opportunities of Berkeley, San Francisco and the Bay area, the gorgeous natural surroundings, and the cool weather.
We can provide offices, library facilities and bus passes—unfortunately not financial support. Though the auditoria are largely occupied, there are blackboards and ends of halls, so 26 people could comfortably collaborate with one another. We especially encourage such groups to apply together.
To make visits productive, we require at least a twoweek commitment. We strive for a wide mix of people, being sure to give special consideration to women, underrepresented groups, and researchers from nonresearch universities.
Updated on Mar 22, 2016 11:58 AM PDT 
Summer Graduate School Seminaire de Mathematiques Superieures 2016: Dynamics of Biological Systems
Organizers: Thomas Hillen (University of Alberta), Mark Lewis (University of Alberta), Yingfei Yi (University of Alberta)The purpose of this summer school is to focus on the interplay of dynamical and biological systems, developing the rich connectionbetween science and mathematics that has been so successful to date. Our focus will be on understanding the mathematical structure of dynamical systems that come from biological problems, and then relating the mathematical structures back to the biology to provide scientific insight. We will focus on five key areas: complex bionetworks, multi scale biological dynamics, biological waves, nonlinear dynamics of pattern formation, and disease dynamics. For each of the five key areas, we will invite 23 world leaders who are also excellent communicators to deliver a series of 24 onehour lectures. We expect an average of eight hours of lecture per subject area, spread over approximately two weeks.
Updated on May 06, 2017 01:18 AM PDT 
Seminar Geometric Analysis: Metrics of fixed area on high genus surfaces with largest first eigenvalue
Updated on May 12, 2016 09:47 AM PDT 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar
Created on May 12, 2016 09:49 AM PDT 
Seminar Geometry: Cubic curves and totally geodesic subvarieties of moduli space
Updated on May 10, 2016 11:59 AM PDT 
Seminar Informal Homogeneous Space Seminar
Created on May 12, 2016 01:02 PM PDT 
Seminar Riemannian Geometry: On measuremetric continuity of tangent cones in limit spaces with lower Ricci curvature bounds
Updated on May 06, 2016 08:44 AM PDT 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar
Created on May 12, 2016 09:49 AM PDT 
Seminar Complex Geometry: Geometric flows and algebraic stability
Updated on May 12, 2016 08:49 AM PDT 
Seminar Geometric Analysis: Special Lagrangian equations
Updated on May 06, 2016 08:41 AM PDT 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar
Created on Feb 22, 2016 11:58 AM PST 
Seminar Symmetry in Geometry: Negative Ricci curvature on Lie groups with a compact Levi factor
Updated on May 06, 2016 08:47 AM PDT 
Seminar Informal Homogeneous Space Seminar
Created on Feb 09, 2016 02:54 PM PST 
Seminar Geometry: Geometry of smooth manifolds with measure
Updated on May 06, 2016 08:42 AM PDT 
Seminar Graduate Student Seminar
Created on Feb 22, 2016 11:58 AM PST 
Seminar Riemannian Geometry: The moduli space of Ricciflat manifolds
Updated on May 06, 2016 08:42 AM PDT 
Seminar Complex Geometry: Deformation theory of scalarflat Kahler ALE surfaces
Updated on May 06, 2016 08:39 AM PDT 
Workshop Geometric Flows in Riemannian and Complex Geometry
Organizers: Tobias Colding

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