Calendar of Seminars & Colloquia

This calendar is updated on an ongoing basis. If you would like to include a talk to this calendar, please send your announcement to Rose Choi at rosechoi[at]math.washington.edu. Be sure to include a link to the seminar webpage where the abstract is posted and render any TeX where applicable.

Week of April 27-May 1
Monday
Probability Seminar
The structure of thin Young tableaux w/ Douglas Rizzolo (University of Washington)
SMI 102, 2:30pm
Tuesday
Number Theory Seminar
Selecting Elliptic Curves for Cryptography - "Real-World" Issues w/ Michael Naehrig (Microsoft Research)
PDL C-401, 11:00am
Rainwater Seminar
C1 + γ aggregation patches in ℝd w/ John Garnett (UCLA)
PDL C-401, 1:30pm
CORE Seminar
Applied Random Matrix Theory w/ Joel Tropp (Department of Computing and Mathematical Sciences, Caltech)
EEB 125, 4:00pm
Wednesday
Combinatorics Seminar
Higher resonance varieties of matroids w/ Graham Denham (Western University)
PDL C-401, 3:00pm (Pre-Seminar) / 4:00pm (Seminar)
Thursday
Data Science Seminar
Convex optimisation w/ Hon Leung Lee (University of Washington)
PDL C-401, 12:30pm
Friday
 


Week of May 4-8
Monday
 
Tuesday
Rainwater Seminar
Lipschitz Estimates in Periodic and Almost-Periodic Homogenization w/ Zhongwei Shen (University of Kentucky)
PDL C-401, 1:30pm
Wednesday
Combinatorics Seminar
On a continuous Rubik's cube w/ Dmitry Ryabogin (Kent State University)
PDL C-401, 3:00pm (Pre-Seminar) / 4:00pm (Seminar)
Thursday
 
Friday
 



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