Number Theory Seminar
Shuichiro Takeda (University of Missouri, Columbia)
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...
Dr. Tim Sell
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
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...
Li-Cheng Tsai (Columbia University)
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)
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)
Aleksander Doan (Stony Brook)
Applied Math And Analysis Seminar
Thomas Barthel (Duke University, Physics Department)
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...