# Mathematics Department

###### Number Theory Seminar

##### Shuichiro Takeda (University of Missouri, Columbia)

**Wednesday, March 22 - 3:15 pm**

**119 Physics**

We will discuss how to generalize the Langlands quotient theorem to symmetric spaces. The key idea is to generalize so-called Casselmans criterion for temperedness to the context of symmetric spaces...

###### Data Dialogue

##### Dr. Tim Sell

**Thursday, March 23 - 11:45 am**

**Ahmadieh Family Grand Hall (Gross 330)**

Each year millions of Americans suffer musculoskeletal injuries that cause osteoarthritis, declining health, and disability. Fortunately, these injuries are potentially preventable through...

###### String Theory Seminar

##### Djordje Radicevic

**Thursday, March 23 - 3:00 pm**

**298 Physics**

Quantum theories can be classified by statistical properties of their entire spectra. The space of spectral universality classes is relatively simple, and at its two extremes are fully localized (free...

###### Probability Seminar

##### Li-Cheng Tsai (Columbia University)

**Thursday, March 23 - 3:15 pm**

**Physics 119**

In this talk I will go over two examples of one-dimensional interacting particle systems: Aldous' up-the-river problem, and a modified Diffusion Limited Growth. I will explain how these systems...

###### Undergraduate Seminar Talk Seminar

##### Elliott Wolf & Alex Woolf (Lineage Logistics)

**Thursday, March 23 - 4:45 pm**

**Physics 119**

The addition of renewable energy sources, whose power production cannot be scheduled, has created increasing gaps between instantaneous electricity supply and electricity demand. Sometimes the grid is...

###### Algebraic Geometry Seminar

##### Laure Flapan (UCLA)

**Friday, March 24 - 3:15 pm**

**119 Physics**

###### Geometry/topology Seminar

##### Aleksander Doan (Stony Brook)

**Monday, March 27 - 3:15 pm**

**119 Physics**

TBA

###### Applied Math And Analysis Seminar

##### Thomas Barthel (Duke University, Physics Department)

**Wednesday, March 29 - 12:00 pm**

**119 Physics**

The Hilbert space dimension of quantum-many body systems grows exponentially with the system size. Fortunately, nature does usually not explore this monstrous number of degrees of freedom and we have...

###### String Theory Seminar

##### Luigi Tizzano

**Thursday, March 30 - 4:00 pm**

**UNC, 277 Phillips Hall**