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.
||Daniel Wise (McGill)
||Assaf Naor (NYU)
||Michel Broué (Paris VII)
||GLn(x) where x is an indeterminate ?
||Yiannis Sakellaridis (Rutgers-Newark)
||L-functions and trace formulas: small steps beyond endoscopy
||Ye Tian (Beijing)
||Congruent numbers and Heegner Points
||Takis Souganidis (U. Chicago)
||An overview of random homogenization for elliptic PDEs
||Howard Masur (U. Chicago)
||Winning sets of Diophantine measured foliations|
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Co-Organizers: Julien Dubédat, Mikhail Khovanov and Rachel Ollivier