Mathematics Colloquium

Tel Aviv University

Academic year 2017–2018

Basic information

The departmental colloquium of the School of Mathematical Sciences
meets on Mondays at 12:15 in room 006 of Schreiber building.
Refreshements are served at 12:00 in the lobby outside of the lecture room.

Semester A

30-OCT-2017 Lev Buhovski (www)
Tel Aviv University
Symplectic geometry and C0 rigidity
06-NOV-2017 Arieh Iserles (www)
University of Cambridge
Approximation of wave packets on the real line
13-NOV-2017 Pär Kurlberg (www)
KTH Stockholm
Class numbers and class groups for definite binary quadratic forms
20-NOV-2017 Yoel Shkolnisky (www)
Tel Aviv University
Cryo electron-microscopy – an introduction for mathematicians
27-NOV-2017 Yakov Pesin (www)
Pennsylvania State University
The essential coexistence phenomenon in dynamics
4-DEC-2017 Gil Kalai (www)
Hebrew University
The combinatorics of convex polytopes and the simplex algorithm for linear programming
(MINT Distinguished Lecture)
11-DEC-2017 Lenya Ryzhik
Stanford University
The ubiquity of the Bramson shift
18-DEC-2017 Sergey Fomin (www)
University of Michigan
Computing without subtracting (and/or dividing)
(MINT Distinguished Lecture)
25-DEC-2017 Yakov Eliashberg (www)
Stanford University
From smooth topology to symplectic and back
(TIDY Distinguished Lecture)
1-JAN-2018 Benny Sudakov (www)
ETH Zürich
Rainbow structures, Latin squares & graph decompositions
(MINT Distinguished Lecture)
08-JAN-2018 Yonina Eldar (www)
Phase Retrieval and Analog to Digital Compression
(TWIM Distinguished Lecture)
15-JAN-2018 Ruth Lawrence (www)
Hebrew University
Differential graded Lie algebra models of cell complexes

Semester B

The schedule is available here.


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The organizers of the colloquium in the academic year 2017–2018 are Doron Puder and Wojciech Samotij.