Graduate-Faculty Talks are Mondays at 12:00pm in 119 Physics, except as noted. All are welcome to attend. The purpose of these talks is to provide an informal social setting in which department members can share what they have been working on with each other.

The talks are aimed primarily at those who have at least begun their graduate study in mathematics and while graduate student attendance is not mandatory, it is highly recommended. The talks provide an useful opportunity to see what research looks like outside of a classroom setting.

For more information about these talks, or if you would like to present one, please contact Shah Shan or Sarah Ritchey.

Last updated: 2017/10/21 - 4:21am
Ma Luo (Rome)
Monday, October 23 - 12:00 pm
119 Physics

Periods are numbers that can be expressed as integrals of algebraic differential forms over domains defined by polynomial inequalities with rational coefficients. They form a subring of complex...

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