Graduate Student / Postdoc Seminar
After a COVID-19 hiatus, the Graduate Student/Postdoc Seminar is up and running again!
This seminar is meant to benefit young mathematicians, particularly graduate students and postdocs. It aims to accomplish the following:
- provide a venue for talks that young mathematicians will understand
- expose students to areas of research at the Courant Institute
The research talks should be fairly introductory and accessible to students and non-specialists in the audience.
If you would like to give a talk or ask a question about the seminar, please contact one of the seminar organizers:
- Natalia Hajilasz (nh2429 [at] nyu [dot] edu)
- Luke Peilen (lkp279 [at] cims [dot] nyu [dot] edu)
- Zhenfeng Tu (zt2255 [at] nyu [dot] edu)
- Zhijia Zhang (zhijia.zhang [at] cims [dot] nyu [dot] edu)
Seminars are at 1pm in Warren Weaver Hall 1302. Pizza and drinks will be served before/after the talks. Historical events prior to 2010 for this seminar are available here.
Seminar Organizer(s): Natalia Hajilasz, Luke Peilen, Zhenfeng Tu, Zhijia Zhang
Friday, May 4, 20121PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1302
Ocean-Ice Interactions in Antarctica and Greenland
Friday, April 27, 20121PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1302
Discrete Geometry and Geometric Transversal Theory in Particular
Friday, April 20, 20121PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1302
Discretization and Affine Approximation in High Dimensions
Friday, April 13, 20121PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1302
Nonlinear Wave-Vortex Interactions in Shallow, Deep, and Quantum Fluids
Friday, April 6, 20121PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1302
Why Go Random?
Friday, March 30, 20121PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1302
Least Volume Bodies of Constant Width
Friday, March 23, 20121PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1302
The Polynomial Method in Combinatorics
Friday, March 2, 20121PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1302
What to do in Infinite Dimensions (Function Space) - Some Concrete Questions and Answers
Thursday, February 16, 20121PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1302
What Characteristic Classes Could do for You