Date 
Place 
Speaker 
Title 
January 19 
Northeastern 509 Lake Hall 
Grigory Mikhalkin
University of Toronto

Tropical geometry, what is it good for?

February 9 
Brandeis 317 Goldsmith 
Richard Schwartz
Brown University

Obtuse Triangular Billiards

February 16 
MIT Room 2190 
János Kollár
Princeton University

Is there a topological analog of the BogomolovMiyaokaYau inequality?

February 23 
Harvard Science Center D 
Igor Rodnianski
Princeton University

On the Cauchy problem in General Relativity

March 2 
Northeastern 509 Lake Hall 
Shrawan Kumar
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Eigenvalue problem and a new product in cohomology of flag varieties

March 9 
MIT Room 2190 
Gestur Olafsson
Louisiana State University

The Image of the SegalBargmann transform Symmetric Spaces and generalizations

March 16 
Harvard Science Center D 
Hiraku Nakajima
Kyoto University

Instanton counting and Donaldson invariants

March 23 
Brandeis 317 Goldsmith 
Rob Kusner
University of Massachusetts at Amherst

Moduli space theory for constant mean curvature surfaces

March 30 
Northeastern 509 Lake Hall 
Stefan Papadima
Institute of Mathematics of the Romanian Academy
and Northeastern

On a problem of J.P.Serre

April 6 
Brandeis 317 Goldsmith 
Richard Kenyon
University of British Columbia

Dimers and inscribing rational curves in polygons

April 13 
Harvard Science Center D 
Peter Teichner
University of California, Berkeley

Generalized cohomology via super symmetric Euclidean field theories

April 20 
MIT Room 2190 
Chandrashekhar Khare
University of Utah

Serre's modularity conjecture

April 27 
MIT Room 2190 
Yael Karshon
University of Toronto

Tori in symplectomorphism groups

May 4 
Harvard Science Center D 
David Tartakoff
University of Illinois at Chicago

(Analytic) regularity with high loss of derivatives, after Kohn
