Upcoming Events

May
30
Date4:30 PM
Location
380-Y
Speaker
Huy Pham (Stanford)

A major goal of additive combinatorics is to understand the structures of subsets A of an abelian group G which has a small doubling K = |A+A|/|A|. Freiman's celebrated theorem first provided a structural characterization of sets with small doubling over the integers, and subsequently Ruzsa in…

May
31
Date12:00 PM
Location
383N
Speaker
Joaquin Moraga (UCLA)

Fano varieties are one of the three building blocks of algebraic varieties.In this talk, we will discuss how to describe a general n-dimensional Fano variety.Although there is no consensus on how to answer to this question, we will explore some new invariants motivated by…

May
31
Date2:30 PM
Location
383-N
Speaker
Dori Bejleri (University of Maryland)

The theories of KSBA stability and K-stability furnish compact moduli spaces of general type pairs and Fano pairs respectively. However, much less is known about the moduli theory of Calabi-Yau pairs. In this talk I will present an approach to constructing a moduli space of Calabi-Yau…

May
31
Date4:00 PM
Location
383N
Speaker
Alexandra Stavrianidi

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Jun
03
Date2:30 PM
Location
383N
Speaker
Alexander Petrov (IAS)

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Jun
03
Date4:00 PM
Location
Sequoia 200
Speaker
Tselil Schramm (Stanford Statistics)
Jun
04
Date4:00 PM
Location
384H
Speaker
Phil Isett (Caltech)

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Jun
04
Date4:00 PM
Location
383N
Speaker
David Rose

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Jun
05
Date12:00 PM
Location
384H
Speaker
Simona Diaconu (MYU)

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Jun
10
Date11:30 AM
Location
384H
Speaker
Romain Speciel (Stanford)

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