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Mathematics Colloquium

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

Research II Lecture Hall (Directions)

Spring Semester 2009 Schedule

Date Time Speaker Title
Monday
Feb 2
17:15 Pete Casazza
University of Missouri
The Kadison-Singer Problem in Mathematics and Engineering
Monday
Feb 16
17:15 Alexander Tikhomirov
Yaroslavl State Pedagogical University
What are ind-varieties?
Monday
Feb 23
17:15 Sergei Duzhin
Steklov Institute St. Petersburg and MPIM Bonn
The Goussarov theorem
Monday
Mar 2
17:15 Friedrich Knop
Erlangen and Rutgers University
Representations of S_t where t is not a natural number
Monday
Mar 16
17:15 Alexander Blokh
University of Alabama and Jacobs University
Non-repelling cycles, wandering continua and criticality: some proofs
Monday
Mar 23
17:15 Nathan Jones
Montreal & Bonn
Serre curves in one-parameter families
Monday
Mar 30
17:15 Anatoly Vershik
Steklov Institute St. Petersburg and MPIM Bonn
On isometric embedding of metric spaces into Banach spaces
Wednesday
Apr 15
17:15 Marc Alexander Schweitzer
Universität Bonn
Meshfree and generalized/extended finite element methods
Monday
Apr 20
17:15 Joseph A. Wolf
University of California, Berkeley
Classical analysis and nilpotent Lie groups
Tuesday
Apr 21
17:15 Joseph A. Wolf
University of California, Berkeley
Big groups and classical analysis
Monday
Apr 27
17:15 Yuly Ilyashenko
Independent University Moscow and Cornell University
Attractors - some classical and modern results
Monday
May 4
17:15 Yuri Drozd
Kiev, Institute of Mathematics, National Academy of Sciences
Vector bundles on singular curves
Monday
May 11
17:15 Lasse Rempe
Liverpool
Density of hyperbolicity in families of real transcendental entire functions.

  • Talks are directed at a general mathematical audience
  • Hosts should contact Vadim Kaimanovich 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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