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“Understanding Number Fields Through the Distributions of their Arithmetic Invariants”

Come join us Friday January 19, 2018 at 12 pm in RM 507, Professor Ila Varma (Columbia University) will be giving a special lecture about “Understanding Number Fields Through the Distributions of their Arithmetic Invariants”(MORE).

“Transport & Localization in Random Media: Theory & Applications”

Tuesday May 1 – May 3, 2018 Columbia University will be hosting a workshop entitled “Transport and Localization in Random Media: Theory & Applications”. For more information please consult the website (MORE…).

Wei Zhang awarded a New Horizons in Mathematics Prize

“Recognizing the Achievements of Early-Career Physicists and Mathematicians”

Simon Brendle awarded the 2017 Fermat Prize

“Results of researches accessible to the greatest number of professional mathematicians in fields where the contributions of Pierre de Fermat have been decisive (Statements of variational principles,  Foundations of probability and analytic geometry, Number theory)” More…

CONGRATULATIONS to Professor Abouzaid!

Sixty three Mathematical scientists from around the world have been named Fellows of the American Mathematical Society (AMS) for 2018, the program’s sixth year and on November 1, 2017 Professor Mohammed Abouzaid was selected as one of the new AMS Fellows for 2018(MORE).

Fall 2017 Joseph Fels Ritt Lectures

Come join us Monday October 30th & Wednesday November 1st at 4:30 pm in RM 520, Professor László Székelyhidi Jr. (University of Leipzig) will be giving a special lecture about “The h-principle in fluid dynamics”(MORE).

Invidious Comparisons: International politics, the Fields Medal, and the past, present, and future of mathematics, 1936-1966

The Center for Science & Society at Columbia University is hosting historian of mathematics Michael Barany (Dartmouth Society of Fellows) for a talk Wednesday October 11, 2017 at 6 pm(More).

Association for Women in Mathematics

Come see Laura Hayward give a lecture about Mathematics in Population Genetics at Columbia & Barnard, Milbank 323. Open to people of all genders and majors(MORE).

Fall 2017 Samuel Eilenberg Lecture Series

Come join us every Thursday (Fall term) at 2:40 pm in RM 520, Professor Paul Seidel (MIT) will be giving a series of lectures about “Automorphisms and Fibrations in Symplectic and Noncommutative Geometry”(MORE).

Fall 2017 Minerva Foundation Lectures

Attend this special lecture series in Probability and Mathematical Finance tomorrow Friday September 8th!(More…)