Recent Advances in Kähler Geometry Conference, May 18-22
The Department of Mathematics will host an international conference on Recent Advances in Kähler Geometry, May 18-22, 2015. The conference is held in conjunction with the 30th Annual Shanks Lecture. This year’s featured Shanks Lecturer is Fields Medalist Professor Shing-Tung Yau of Harvard University. Kähler geometry is an area of mathematics that has seen a » Read More
Thirteenth Annual NCGOA Spring Institute, May 1-7
The Department of Mathematics will host the Thirteenth Annual Spring Institute on Noncommutative Geometry and Operator Algebras May 1-7, 2015. The theme of the 2015 event is Operator Algebras and Approximation Properties of Groups. The Spring Institute is a combination of spring school and international research conference. During the school part of the meeting several » Read More
New Issue of Spectrum Newsletter Now Available
The spring 2015 edition of Spectrum, the departmentʼs biennial newsletter, has just been published. Highlights include a research profile of Distinguished Professor Ralph McKenzie, Professor Neamtu’s latest work in approximation theory, and photos of the departmentʼs major renovation. For more news about our faculty and student activities, you can view a PDF of Spectrum here.
When is a Structured Population Model Representable by a System of Ordinary Differential Equations?
Mats Gyllenberg, University of Helsinki (Finland)
Location: Steveonson 1307
Injectivity and Disjointness for the Radial Masa
Chenxu Wen, Vanderbilt University
Location: Stevenson 1432
Gridding Error and Super-Resolution in Spectral Estimation
Liao Wenjing, Duke University
Location: Stevenson 1431