Meeting weekly on Tuesdays at 4:00PM in 509/511 Lake.
This is an informal colloquium style seminar which provides the opportunity to learn about others areas of interest. Questions encouraged!
If you have a question, would like receive announcements, or would like to speak at seminar, email This seminar is supported in part by a Research and Training Grant (RTG) from the NSF.
|Jan 9||No Seminar|
|Jan 16 At 1:00 in 509 Lake||Gabriel Cunningham (U. Mass, Boston)||Small Polyhedra with Prescribed Symmetry|
|Jan 23||Max Engelstein (MIT)||Minimizers, Critical Points, Energies and Equations|
|Jan 30||No Seminar|
|Feb 6||No Seminar|
|Feb 13||Benjamin Schmidt (UT Austin)||The Halphen Problem and Related Questions|
|Feb 20||David Rolnick (MIT)||Why is deep learning so deep?|
|Feb 27||Rahul Singh (NEU)||The Conormal Variety of a Schubert Variety|
|Mar 6||No Seminar||Spring Break|
|Mar 13||Will Boney (Harvard)||Compactness, elementary and nonelementary|
|Mar 20||Daniel Glasscock (NEU)||Topological dynamics as a tool in Ramsey theory|
|Mar 27||Simone Cecchini (NEU)||Positive scalar curvature and minimal hypersurfaces: old and new.|
|Apr 3||Pablo Soberón (NEU)||Different approaches to Tverberg's colored theorem|
|Apr 10||Xiaolei Zhao (NEU)||How to represent cohomology classes by subvarieties?|
|Apr 17||No Seminar|
|Apr 24||Emanuele Ventura (Texas A&M)||Tensor and Waring ranks|
|End of Semester (Seminar Resumes Fall 2018)|