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Friday, February 3, 2023
11:30 AM
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384H
Romain Jacques Higham Speciel
Friday, February 3, 2023
12:00 PM
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383-N
Hernan Iriarte (UT Austin)

We start by presenting new tools and results suitable for
the study of valuations of higher rank on function fields of algebraic
varieties. This will be based on a study of higher rank quasi-monomial
valuations taking values in the lexicographically ordered group R^k.
This gives…

Friday, February 3, 2023
4:00 PM
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383N
Andras Vasy (Stanford)
Microlocal analysis is about localizing in phase space, i.e. physically in combined position and momentum, and mathematically in the cotangent bundle of an underlying space (the position space). For instance, one can ask where a function, or distribution, is singular (by various measures) and…
Monday, February 6, 2023
12:30 PM
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383N and Zoom
Juan Rodriguez Camargo (Bonn)

(Joint work with Gabriel Dospinescu). In this talk we report some progress in the study of the locally analytic vectors of proétale
period sheaves appearing in (rational) p-adic Hodge theory. The most important example for us will be local Shimura varieties,

Monday, February 6, 2023
4:00 PM
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Sequoia 200
Vadim Gorin (UC Berkeley)

Cointegration is a property of an N-dimensional time series, which says that each individual component is nonstationary (growing like a random walk), but there exists a stationary linear combination. Testing procedures for the presence of cointegration have been extensively studied in statistics…

Tuesday, February 7, 2023
4:00 PM
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383N
Sucharit Sarkar

Using Bar-Natan's and Lee's deformations of Khovanov homology of links, we define minus, plus, and infinity versions of Khovanov homology. Given an unorientable cobordism in [0,1]\times S^3 from a link L_0 to a link L_1, we define a mixed invariant as a map from the minus version of the Khovanov…

Tuesday, February 7, 2023
4:00 PM
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384H
Peter Hintz (ETH)

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Wednesday, February 8, 2023
12:00 PM
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384H
Jin-Peng Liu (Berkeley)

Nonlinear dynamics play a prominent role in many domains and are notoriously difficult to solve. Whereas previous quantum algorithms for general nonlinear equations have been severely limited due to the linearity of quantum mechanics, we gave the first efficient quantum algorithm for nonlinear…

Thursday, February 9, 2023
4:30 PM
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380Y
Robert Lipshitz (University of Oregon)

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Friday, February 10, 2023
11:30 AM
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384H
Jared Marx-Kuo (Stanford University)

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