The Mathematics Colloquium at Rutgers-Newark 


The Colloquium of the Mathematics Department of Rutgers-Newark takes places on every second or third Wednesday, from 4pm-5pm, in 204 Smith Hall, 101 Warren St., Rutgers-Newark. All are welcome.

On alternate Wednesdays, the student colloquium features talks which are aimed in particular to be accessible to graduate students. Again, all are welcome.

Schedule of upcoming talks

Click on the title of a talk for the abstract (if available).
Date Colloquium Speaker
Sep 5


Sep 19

Sep 26
Andre Neves
(Univ. of Chicago/IAS)
Abundance of minimal surfaces
Oct 3
Christopher Woodward
(Rutgers, New Brunswick)
Hunting Lagrangians
Oct 10
Eriko Hironaka
(Florida State Univ./AMS)
Deformation space of rational maps
Oct 17
Qingyuan Jiang
Categorical duality between joins and intersections
Oct 24

Harold Blum
(Univ. of Utah)
Moduli of uniformly K-stable Fano varieties
Nov 7
Hongbin Sun
(Rutgers, New Brunswick)
Subgroup separability of 3-manifold groups
Nov 12
Jean-Pierre Labesse
(Marseille, France)
Restriction and induction of automorphic representations
Nov 21

Nov 28
Guangbo Xu
Mirror symmetry and gauge linear sigma model
Dec 5
Xinwen Zhu
(Cal Tech/Princeton)
Hilbert's twenty-first problem for p-adic varieties
Dec 12

Jan 23
Ivan Contreras
(UIUC, Urbana-Champain)
Geometry and Topology of 2-dimensional field theories
Jan 24
Eyal Subag
(Penn State Univ.)
Symmetries of hydrogen atoms and algebraic families
Jan 28
Brian Collier
(Univ. of Maryland)
Higher Teichm\"uller spaces and Higgs bundles
Jan 29
Christopher Elliot
(IHES, France)
Twisted  classical and quantum field theory
Jan 30
Bin Guo
Monge-Amp\'ere equations and geometric application
Jan 31
Luis Garcia
(Univ. of Toronto, Canada)
Transgression of Euler class and arithmetic applications
Feb 5
Teng Fei
The Hull-Strominger system over Rieamann surfaces
Feb 6
Emily Stark
(Technion, Israel)
The geometry of hyperbolic group
Feb 13

Feb 20

Feb 27

Mar 6

Mar 13
Lan-Hsuan Huang
(Univ. of Connecticut/IAS)
Spacetime positive mass theorem
Mar 20
Spring Recess

Mar 27
Dawei Chen
(Boston College/IAS)
Volumes and intersection theory on moduli spaces of Abelian differentials
Apr 9
(Special Tuesday)

Laura Schaposnik
Higgs bundle, branes and applications
Apr 10
Damin Wu
(U. Conn/IAS)
Invariant metrics and the Green-Wu conjectures
Apr 17
Jingrui Cheng
(Stony Brook University, NY)
Apriori estimates for scalar curvature type equations on compact Kahler manifolds
Apr 22
(Special Monday)
Michael Groechenig
(Univ. of Toronto)
P-adic integration for Hitchin system and the Fundamental Lemma
Apr 24
Lu Wang
(Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison/IAS)
Mean curvature flow of low entropy
May 1
May 6
(Speical Monday)

Chao Li
(Columbia Univ.)
From quadratic forms to arithmetic intersection numbers

Directions to the Department of Mathematics and Computer Sciences:

The Department of Mathematics & Computer Science at Rutgers University-Newark is in Smith Hall, which is located at 101 Warren Street. My office is 314.

By train: Take NJ Transit to Newark, there are two stops in Newark: Newark Penn Station and Newark Broad Street Station (you can look at the NJ Transit website.), either one will be fine although Newark Broad Street Station is closer to the campus (see infomation below)

From New York If you are coming from New York Penn Station through NJ transit, then it is about 17 minutes ride to either of the two stations. There are four lines to choose from: Montclair-Booton Line and Morristown Line stop at Newark Broad Street Station; Northeast Corridor Line and North Jersey Coast Line stop at Newark Penn Station. Trains are  frequent and you may find schedule here.

Walk from Newark Penn station: It will take you approximately 15 minutes  to walk (which is recommended) to the department at 101 Warren Street., or you can take the Newark Light Rail/City Subway (the entrance is next to McDonald's in Newark Penn station)Grove Street/Branch Brook Park line to Washington Street ( the second stop).  For the Light Rail, you should buy a ticket and validate it before you get on the train ( the only option is  75 cents). As you exit the train, take the left (north) exit, which will lead closer to University Avenue on Raymond Boulevard. Turn right onto University Avenue, walk one block and turn left onto Warren Street at the traffic light. Smith Hall will be on the right. and my office is 314.

Walk from Newark Broad Street Station:  It will take you 8 minutes to walk to the department along University Avenue. Turn right at Warren Street. Smith Hall will be on the right.

By car: Here are the directions to the campus. For parking, you can only access Parking Deck 3 located at 180 Washington Street. The closest traffic light will be the intersection of Washington Street and Raymond Boulevard.

This page is maintained by Xiaowei Wang.

Past Colloquia:2017-2018, 2016-2017, 2015-2016, 2013-2014,2012-2013, 2011-2012, 2010-20112009-2010, 2008-2009, 2007-2008, 2006-2007, 2005-2006, 2004-2005, 2003-2004.

Last updated 03/30/2011.