Columbia University Mathematics Colloquium
The Columbia Mathematics Department Colloquium meets in Math 520 approximately every three weeks on Wednesday afternoons at 5:00, and is preceded by tea at 4:30. Colloquia are of general mathematical interest and aimed at both faculty and graduate students.
Please click on the title for the abstract of the talk.
||Noga Alon (Tel Aviv University and IAS)
||Random Cayley Graphs|
||Ngô Bảo Châu (U. Chicago)
||On the average rank of elliptic curves over function fields
||Wolfgang Lueck (Bonn)
||L^2-invariants and their applications to
topology, geometry and group theory
||Richard Melrose (MIT)
||Loops, Spin and String structures
||Mikhail Kapranov (Yale)
||Triangulated surfaces in triangulated categories
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Co-Organizers: Mohammed Abouzaid, Julien Dubédat, and Mikhail Khovanov