UW-PIMS Mathematics Colloquium

2013-2014 Colloquia

Friday, June 6th at 2:30pm in Loew Hall 101:
Edward Witten of the Institute for Advanced Study (speaker's website)
Friday, May 23rd at 2:30pm in Loew Hall 101:
Gene Abrams of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (speaker's website)
Leavitt path algebras - Something for everyone: algebra, analysis, dynamics, graph theory, number theory
Monday, May 19th at 2:30pm in Loew Hall 106:
Shige Peng of Shandong University (speaker's website)
Friday, May 16th at 2:30pm in Loew Hall 101:
Victor Reiner of the University of Minnesota (speaker's website)
Thursday, May 8th at 3:30pm in Electrical Engineering Building 105 (this is a Joint Math/CSE Colloquim and CORE Seminar):
Dan Spielman of the Yale Institute for Network Science (speaker's website)
Spectral Sparsification of Graphs
Friday, May 2nd at 2:30pm in Loew Hall 101:
Steffen Rohde of the University of Washington (speaker's website)
Friday, April 25th at 2:30pm in Loew Hall 101:
Roman Bezrukavnikov of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (speaker's website)
Characters of finite Chevalley groups and categorification
Friday, April 18th at 2:30pm in Loew Hall 101:
Dan Shumow, Senior SDE at Microsoft Research (speaker's website)
From Algebraic Geometry to Politics: How Cryptography Connects Abstract Mathematics and Everyday Life
Friday, March 7th at 2:30pm in Denny Hall 216:
Neal Koblitz of the University of Washington (speaker's website)
A Mathematician in the World of Cybersecurity
Monday, January 13th at 2:30pm in Thomson Hall 119:
Bianca Viray of Brown University (speaker's website)
The local to global principle for rational points
Friday, January 10th at 2:30pm in Denny Hall 216:
Wei Ho of Columbia University (speaker's website)
Arithmetic invariant theory and applications
Friday, November 22nd at 2:30pm in Mary Gates Hall 231:
Gil Kalai of the Einstein Institute of Mathematics, Hebrew University of Jerusalem (speaker's website)
Why quantum computers cannot work
Friday, October 25th at 2:30pm in Mary Gates Hall 231:
Greg Blekherman of Georgia Institute of Technology (speaker's website)
Nonnegative Polynomials, Moment Problems and Real Symmetric Tensor Decompositions

Each colloquium talk will be followed by tea in the same room, from 3:30 to 4:00pm.
Dates of colloquia are also displayed on this Google calendar.

The UW-PIMS Colloquium is sponsored by the UW Mathematics Department and the
Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences.

Colloquium Video Archive

Archives of Previous Years

Archive of 2012-2013 colloquia         Archive of 2011-2012 colloquia
Archive of 2010-2011 colloquia         Archive of 2009-2010 colloquia
Archive of 2008-2009 colloquia         Archive of 2007-2008 colloquia
Archive of 2006-2007 colloquia         Archive of 2005-2006 colloquia
Archive of 2004-2005 colloquia         Archive of 2003-2004 colloquia
Archive of 2002-2003 colloquia         Archive of 2001-2002 colloquia
Archive of 2000-2001 colloquia         Archive of 1999-2000 colloquia
Archive of 1998-1999 colloquia

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