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Apr
30

Abstract: It is expected that the Klein-Gordon equation on a Schwarzschild black hole behaves very differently from the wave equation at late-time, due to the presence of stable (timelike) trapping. We present our recent work demonstrating that despite the presence of stable timelike trapping on…

Apr
29

Various random graphs models satisfy that each edge appears independently of all other edges but those in a bounded degree graph. Examples include Erdös–Renyi random graphs, random Cayley graphs, random Latin square graphs, and random entangled graphs. We begin the systematic study of random…

Apr
29

There have been several recent approaches to defining a moduli space of L-parameters over Z[1/p], in order to obtain refined versions of the local Langlands conjecture ``at all primes away from p at once''. The components of this space are expected to be closely related to blocks in the category…

Apr
29

The Riemann integral does not work well with limits, so naturally one wishes to make something better. Thus, every high school or undergraduate math student should attempt to develop a better integral before learning any measure theory. Naturally, they come up with many strange ways to do it,…

Apr
26

Student Spectral Sequences Seminar

Apr
26

We will move from the local to the global theory of FIOs, providing invariant definitions of relevant notions such as operator symbols. The necessary tools from symplectic geometry will be introduced. If time permits, we'll begin considering some applications.

Apr
26

The advent of generative AI has turbocharged the development of a myriad of commercial applications, and it has slowly started to permeate to scientific computing. In this talk we discussed how recasting the formulation of old and new problems within a probabilistic approach opens the door to…

Apr
24

Suppose A is a subset of the natural numbers with positive density. A classical result in additive combinatorics, Szemerédi’s theorem, states that for each positive integer k, A must have an arithmetic progression of nonzero common difference of length k.In this talk, we shall discuss various…