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Calendar: Events for week of February 5, 2018
February 5
2:30 pm
David Savitt (Johns Hopkins)
“Components of Galois moduli spaces”
February 5
4:00 pm
Probability Seminar
Sequoia Hall Room 200
Sourav Sarkar, UC Berkeley
“Formation of large-scale random structure by competitive erosion”
February 6
5:30 pm
Alexander Dunlap
“Homogenization and Darcy’s Law”
February 7
3:15 pm

February 7
4:30 pm
Jonathan Luk
February 8
3:00 pm
Scott Zhang
“C∞-rings”
February 8
4:00 pm
Laurent Côté
“Holomorphic curves in 4D”
February 8
4:30 pm
BERGMAN LECTURE
Math 380-W
Michael Weinstein (Columbia)
February 8
4:30 pm

  “On the mathematical theory of graphene and its artificial analogues” Professor Michael I Weinstein, Columbia University Graphene is a two-dimensional material made up of a single atomic layer of carbon atoms arranged in honeycomb pattern. Many of its remarkable electronic properties, e.g. quasi-particles (wave-packets) that propagate as massless relativistic particles and topologically protected edge states, are closely related to the spectral properties of the underlying single-electron Hamiltonian: -Laplacian + V(x),where V(x) is a potential with the symmetries of a hexagonal tiling of the plane.
February 9
12:30 pm
Damian Pavlyshyn
TBA
February 9
2:00 pm
Alex Dunlap
“Sturm-Liouville Theory”
February 9
3:00 pm

February 9
4:00 pm
TBA
TBA
February 9
4:00 pm
Junliang Shen (ETH)
“K3 categories, cubic 4-folds, and the Beauville-Voisin conjecture”
February 9
4:00 pm
Jens Reinhold
“The Spivak normal fibration”
Stanford University Department of Mathematics
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