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Mathematics Colloquium

Mondays at 17:15
(Tea from 16:45)

Research II Lecture Hall (Directions)

Fall Semester 2015 Schedule

Date Time Speaker Title
Monday
Sep 14
17:15 Alexey Petukhov
University of Manchester
Gelfand-Kirillov conjecture
Friday
Sep 18
15:15 Yuri Suris
TU Berlin
On integrability of variational problems
Monday
Oct 5
17:15 Volker Bach
TU Braunschweig
Mathematical theory of (nonrelativistic) matter and light
Monday
Oct 12
17:15 John McCleary
Vassar College
Is there style in mathematics?
Monday
Oct 26
17:15 Lucas Fresse
University of Lorraine, Nancy
Cell decompositions for infinite-dimensional flag varieties
Tuesday
Oct 27
17:00 Elitza Hristova
Sofia University
Momentum Images of Representation Spaces
Wednesday
Oct 28
17:00 Valdemar Tsanov
Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
Projective Geometry of Flag Varieties
Thursday
Oct 29
15:45 Tomasz Maciazek
Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw
Quantum Entanglement
Friday
Oct 30
14:15 Marcel Maslovaric
Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
Geometric Invariant Theory
Monday
Nov 2
17:15 Mikhail Ignatyev
Samara State University
Quantum combinatorics
Monday
Nov 9
17:15 Daniel Lenz
Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena
Spectral theory of one dimensional quasicrystals
Monday
Nov 16
17:15 Hiro-o Tokunaga
Tokyo Metropolitan University
Elliptic curves defined over the rational function field of one variable and geometry of plane algebraic curves
Monday
Nov 23
17:15 Lars Diening
Universität Osnabrück
Adaptive finite element method and the maximum strategy
Monday
Dec 7
17:15 John H. Hubbard
Cornell University & Aix-Marseille University
Parabolic Implosion and Parabolic Blowups

  • Talks are directed at a general mathematical audience
  • Hosts should contact Götz Pfander to reserve a slot
  • We keep a Colloquium Book - speakers are asked to leave a handwritten abstract of their talk
  • Also see the Mathematisches Kolloquium at Universität Bremen

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