Mathematics Department

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James Zou (Stanford University)
Thursday, April 6 - 4:45 pm
Physics 119

Machine learning has many powerful applications, but the blind deployment of machine learning runs the risk of amplifying biases present in data. In this talk, I'll illustrate this challenge with word...

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Mathematical Biology Seminar
Christine Heitsch (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Friday, April 7 - 12:00 pm
119 Physics

Algebraic Geometry Seminar
Prakash Belkale (UNC)
Friday, April 7 - 3:15 pm
119 Physics

Geometry/topology Seminar
Alex Pieloch (Duke University)
Monday, April 10 - 3:15 pm
119 Physics

CTMS Adventures In Theory Lectures Seminar
Andrew Stuart (University of Warwick)
Tuesday, April 11 - 3:15 pm
119 Physics

We provide a unified framework for graph based semi-supervised learning which brings together a variety of methods which have been introduced in different communities within the mathematical sciences...

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Applied Math And Analysis Seminar
Peter Markowich (KAUST)
Wednesday, April 12 - 12:00 pm
119 Physics

Transportation networks are ubiquitous as they are possibly the most important building blocks of nature. They cover microscopic and macroscopic length scales and evolve on fast to slow times scales....

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Geometry/topology Seminar
Dmitri Burago (Pennsylvania State University)
Wednesday, April 12 - 3:15 pm
119 Physics

String Theory Seminar
Josephine Suh
Thursday, April 13 - 4:00 pm
UNC, 277 Phillips Hall

Triangle Topology Seminar
Hoel Queffelec (CNRS and Institut Montpelliérain Alexander Grothendieck)
Thursday, April 13 - 4:30 pm
at UNC

Algebraic Geometry Seminar
Olivier Debarre (Ecole Normale Supérieure and Duke)
Friday, April 14 - 3:15 pm
119 Physics

We discuss compact complex manifolds which ``look like'' complex projective spaces or complex tori. Hirzebruch and Kodaira proved in 1957 that when n is odd, any compact Kähler manifold X...

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