The Mathematics Colloquium

2017-2018

The Colloquium of the Mathematics Department of Rutgers University - Newark meets on Wednesdays at 4pm in Smith Hall room 204. All are welcome.

Schedule

Fall 2017

Date Speaker Title Details
9/19/2017
Tuesday!
Yuchen Liu
(Yale University)
K-stability of cubic threefolds Announcement & Abstract
9/27/2017 Nicolas Tholozan (*)
(CNRS - École Normale Supérieure)
Teichmüller theory and higher Announcement & Abstract
--> Video! <--
10/11/2017
4:30pm!
Claude Lebrun (*)
(Stony Brook University)
Mass, Scalar Curvature, Kaehler Geometry, and All That Announcement & Abstract
Talk slides
--> Video! <--
10/19/2017
Thursday!
Yunhe Sheng
(Jilin University)
Nijenhuis operators on pre-Lie algebras Announcement & Abstract
11/01/2017 Samuel Grushevsky (*)
(Stony Brook University)
Degenerations of Riemann surfaces together with a meromorphic differential Announcement & Abstract
--> Video! <--
11/15/2017 Robert Donley
(CUNY)
Central zeros of Clebsch-Gordan coefficients Announcement & Abstract
11/29/2017 Jarod Alper
(University of Washington, Seattle)
Geometry of algebraic stacks Announcement & Abstract

(*) Joint with the Teichmüller Theory Seminar.


Spring 2018

Date Speaker Title Details
1/17/2018 Maryanthe Malliaris
(University of Chicago / IAS)
TBA TBA
1/24/2018 Alex Perry
(Columbia University)
TBA TBA
1/31/2018 A. Raghuram
(IISER Pune / Purdue)
TBA TBA
2/7/2018 Akram Alishahi
(Columbia University)
TBA TBA
2/14/2018 Xiaodong Wang
(Michigan State University)
TBA TBA
2/21/2018 Akshay Venkatesh
(IAS / Stanford University)
TBA TBA
2/28/2018 Raphaël Beuzart-Plessis
(Institut de Math. de Luminy)
TBA TBA
3/07/2018 Eriko Hironaka (*)
(Florida State University)
TBA TBA
3/21/2018 Andrew Yarmola (*)
(University of Luxembourg)
TBA TBA
3/28/2018 Julius Ross
(University of Illinois at Chicago)
TBA TBA
4/4/2018 Linda Mess (*)
(Rutgers University)
TBA TBA
4/11/2018 TBA
(TBA)
TBA TBA
4/18/2018 TBA
(TBA)
TBA TBA
4/25/2018 TBA
(TBA)
TBA TBA

(*) Joint with the Teichmüller Theory Seminar.


Directions

The Department of Mathematics & Computer Science at Rutgers University - Newark is in Smith Hall (address: 101 Warren Street Newark, NJ 07103).

By train: There are two train stations in Newark: Newark Penn Station and Newark Broad Street Station. Either stations are at walking distance from the campus (see below). From New York, you can either take the NJ Transit from New York Penn Station or the PATH from World Trade Center. Either rides are about 20 minutes to Newark. Trains are frequent and you may find their schedules here for NJ Transit and here for PATH.

By car: Here are the directions to the campus. For parking, you have two choices: Parking Deck 1 or 2. You should follow the online directions to Parking Deck 1 or Parking Deck 2. Make sure you keep the parking ticket you receive when you enter the parking lot, since you will need it to exit the parking lot.

Teichmüller theory seminar

The Teichmüller theory seminar is an informal seminar organized by Jane Gilman, John Loftin, and Brice Loustau. It is supported by the GEAR network and the talks are video recorded and available online. Please follow this link for the dedicated web page.

Past Colloquia

Follow these links for the colloquia of the previous years: 2016-2017, 2015-2016, 2014-2015, 2013-2014, 2012-2013, 2011-2012, 2010-2011, 2009-2010, 2008-2009, 2007-2008, 2006-2007, 2005-2006, 2004-2005, 2003-2004.

Organizers

Main organizer: Brice Loustau, e-mail: brice.loustau@rutgers.edu.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions.