Joint Mathematics Colloquium



Fall 2005

Date Place Speaker Title
September 15 Northeastern
509 Lake Hall
Gil Kalai
Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Yale University
Harmonic analysis of Boolean functions
September 22 MIT
Room 2-190
Ron Fintushel
Michigan State University
Small 4-manifolds
September 29 Brandeis
317 Goldsmith
Soren Galatius
Stanford University
Stable homology of automorphism groups of free groups
October 6 Northeastern
102 West Village G (NOTE UNUSUAL PLACE)
Efim Zelmanov
University of California, San Diego
Profinite groups
October 13 MIT
Room 2-190
Terence Tao
University of California, Los Angeles
Uncertainty principles, high-dimensional geometry, and sparse recovery
October 20 Harvard
Science Center D
John Conway
Princeton University
15- and 290- Theorems
October 27 Brandeis
317 Goldsmith
Ralf Schiffler
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Quiver representations: basic facts and some recent developments
November 3 Northeastern
509 Lake Hall
Mark Andrea de Cataldo
SUNY, Stony Brook
The Hodge theory of algebraic maps
November 10 Harvard
Science Center D
Edward Bierstone
University of Toronto
Functoriality in resolution of singularities
November 17 MIT
Room 2-190
Stephen DeBacker
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Harmonic analysis on reductive p-adic groups
December 1 Harvard
Science Center D
Edward Witten
Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton
Gauge Theory and the Geometric Langlands Program
December 8 Brandeis
317 Goldsmith
Alexander Gorodnik
California Institute of Technology
Unipotent flows, discrete groups and equidistribution
December 15 Harvard
Science Center D
Paul Seidel
University of Chicago
The topology of Lagrangian submanifolds
The Colloquium is held on Thursday afternoons.
Tea is from 4:00 to 4:30.  Talks are from 4:30 to 5:30.

Colloquium organizers

Brandeis University Edward Goldstein
Harvard University Tom Coates
Andreea Nicoara
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Kiran Kedlaya  
Jason Starr  
Northeastern University Andrei Zelevinsky

Colloquium archive

Winter-Spring 1998 Fall 1998 Winter-Spring 1999 Fall 1999
Winter-Spring 2000 Fall 2000 Winter-Spring 2001 Fall 2001
Winter-Spring 2002 Fall 2002 Winter-Spring 2003 Fall 2003
Winter-Spring 2004 Fall 2004 Winter-Spring 2005

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