Fall 2022 Colloquium

The colloquium meets Thursdays from 4:10 to 5:00 pm virtually. We will have at least two talks every month. Lectures last 50 minutes and are followed by a short question period. The mathematical public is cordially invited to attend. (Olga Holtz is the current Colloquium Chair.)

Fall 2022

September 8 Tadashi Tokieda,
Stanford University
Applying physics to mathematics
September 15 Levent Alpöge,
Harvard University
Integers which are(n’t) the sum of two cubes 
September 22 Cris Negron,
University of Southern California
Quantum groups, tensor categories, and their applications
September 29 Andrew Lobb,
Durham University
Four-sided pegs fitting round holes fit all smooth holes
October 6 Gurbir Dhillon,
Yale University
A gentle introduction to quantum groups with some applications
October 13 Allen Yuan,
Columbia University
An invitation to higher algebra
October 20 Yang Li,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Recent progress on metric SYZ conjecture
October 27 Geordie Williamson,
Sydney Mathematics Research Institute
What can the working mathematician expect from deep learning?
November 3 Jinyoung Park,
Stanford University
November 10 Gigliola Staffilani,
The Schrödinger equations as inspiration of beautiful mathematics
November 17 Ellen Eischen,
University of Oregon
Some congruences and consequences in number theory and beyond