Spring 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. (Kenneth A. Ribbet is the current Colloquium Chair.)

Spring 2022

February 24 Di Fang,
University of California, Berkeley
Quantum algorithms for Hamiltonian simulation with unbounded operators
March 10 Venkatesan Guruswami,
University of California, Berkeley
Long common subsequences between bit strings and the zero-rate threshold of deletion-correcting codes
March 17 Misha Lyubich,
State University of Stony Brook and MSRI
Renormalization ideas in Holomorphic Dynamics
March 31 Moon Duchin,
Tufts University
Medium-scale Geometry of Nilpotent Groups
April 7 Alex Shkolnik,
UC Santa Barbara
The Stein Paradox in Random Matrix Theory
April 14 Mihaela Ifrim,
University of Wisconsin
Low Regularity Solutions for Quasilinear PDEs
April 28 Sarah Koch,
University of Michigan
Irreducibility in Complex Dynamics
May 5 Edray Goins,
Pomona College
Visualizing Toroidal Belyi Pairs