The Mathematics Colloquium offers survey talks in mathematics and related fields. A colloquium talk offers a broad overview for a general mathematical audience rather than technical details for specialists.
The colloquium meets on Mondays at 3:45 p.m. in room 1302 of Warren Weaver Hall at 251 Mercer Street, New York.
Colloquium Tea Preceding Talks 3:15-3:45 pm in the lounge (13th floor).
Seminar Organizer(s): Scott Armstrong and Leif Ristroph
Monday, May 2, 20163:45PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1302
Inverse Problems in Optical Imaging
John Schotland, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
Monday, April 18, 2016CANCELLED
Geometric Prime Number Theorems
Hee Oh, Yale
Monday, April 4, 20163:45PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1302
Planar Ising Model: Random Fields and Curves, Discrete and Continuous Structures
Clément Hongler, École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne
Monday, March 28, 20163:45PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1302
On the (Un)Reasonable (In)Effectiveness of Mathematics in Biology
Stanislas Leibler, The Rockefeller University and Institute for Advanced Study
Monday, February 29, 20163:45PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1302
Statistical Methods in Climatology
Michael Stein, University of Chicago
Monday, February 1, 20163:45PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1302
A Quantitative Theory of Stochastic Homogenization
Scott Armstrong, CNRS Université Paris-Dauphine