Events at the Mathematics Department

(Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences:  Weekly Activities)

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Tuesday December 01, 2020

14:00 15:30 | Hamiltonian Systems | Virtual

Geometry of matrix decompositions seen through optimal transport and information geometry by Klas Modin (Chalmers University of Technology and University of Gothenburg)

Wednesday December 02, 2020

13:10 14:00 | Dynamics mini-course | Virtual

A proof of Otal's Theorem [Part III] by Jacopo De Simoi (University of Toronto)

14:00 15:00 | Number/Representation Theory | Virtual

Primes in short intervals: Heuristics and calculations by Allysa Lumley (Centre de Recherches Mathématiques (CRM))

14:00 15:00 | Number/Representation Theory | Virtual

Primes in short intervals: Heuristics and calculations by Allysa Lumley (Centre de Recherches Mathématiques (CRM))

16:10 17:00 | Departmental Colloquium | Virtual

APPLICATIONS OF POINTS ON SUBVARIETIES OF TORI. by Peter Sarnak (Princeton University)

Thursday December 03, 2020

13:30 15:00 | Toronto Set Theory | Virtual

The Abraham-Rubin-Shelah Open Coloring Axiom with a Large Continuum by Thomas Daniells Gilton (University of Pittsburgh)

14:00 15:00 | Geometric Representation Theory | Virtual

The asymptotic geometry of the Hitchin moduli space by Laura Fredrickson (University of Oregon)

Friday December 04, 2020

13:10 14:00 | Analysis & Applied Math | Virtual

The ground state of Bose gases in the dilute limit by Jan Philip Solovej (University of Copenhagen)

14:00 15:00 | Geometric Representation Theory | Virtual

The asymptotic geometry of the Hitchin moduli space by Laura Fredrickson (University of Oregon)

Monday December 07, 2020

12:10 13:00 | Geometry & Topology | Virtual

On the homotopy type of the space of metrics of positive scalar curvature by Michael Wiemeler (University of Münster)

Tuesday December 08, 2020

14:00 15:30 | Hamiltonian Systems | Virtual

Weak and strong Riemannian metrics: theory and examples by Martin Bauer (Florida State University)

Friday December 11, 2020

13:10 14:00 | Analysis & Applied Math | Virtual

Weighted (Lorentz-)Finsler spaces and epsilon-range by Ettore Minguzzi (Università degli Studi di Firenze)

14:00 15:00 | Number/Representation Theory | BA6183, Bahen Center, 40 St. George St.

Algorithms for the topology of arithmetic groups by Michael Lipnowski (McGill University)

Tuesday December 15, 2020

14:00 15:30 | Hamiltonian Systems | Virtual

Ellipsoidal billiards, extremal polynomials, and combinatorics by Vladimir Dragović (The University of Texas at Dallas)