Events at the Mathematics Department

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

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Tuesday April 20, 2021

14:00 15:30 | Hamiltonian Systems | Virtual

The pentagram map and algebraic integrability by Max Weinreich (Brown University)

Friday April 23, 2021

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

The computational complexity of Wasserstein barycenters by Enric Boix (MIT)

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

Nabla operator, affine permutations, and affine Springer fibers by Anton Mellit (IST Austria)

Monday April 26, 2021

16:10 17:00 | Geometry & Topology | Virtual

The nearby Lagrangian conjecture from the K-theoretic viewpoint by Daniel Álvarez-Gavela (MIT)

Tuesday April 27, 2021

14:00 15:30 | Hamiltonian Systems | Virtual

Chaos in the incompressible Euler equation on manifolds of high dimension by Francisco Torres de Lizaur (University of Toronto)

Friday April 30, 2021

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

Potential Theory with Multivariate Kernels by Ryan W Matzke (University of Minnesota - Twin Cities)