Mathematics Colloquium
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 talks begin on Mondays at 3:45 p.m.
(Normally in room 1302 of Warren Weaver Hall at 251 Mercer Street, New York).
Colloquium Tea Preceding Talks
(Normally: 3:153:45 pm in the lounge (13th floor).
Seminar Organizer(s): Jonathan NilesWeed and Chao Li.
Past Events

Monday, May 7, 20183:45PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1302
Imaging with correlations
George Papanicolaou, Stanford University 
Monday, April 23, 20183:45PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1302
Back to the roots: Multivariate polynomial optimization by numerical linear algebra
Bart De Moor, University of Leuven 
Monday, April 16, 20183:45PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1302
Fluid Mechanics at the Scale of the Cell
Prof. Ray Goldstein, University of Cambridge 
Monday, April 9, 20183:45PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1302
The Kolmogorov code of turbulence
Oliver Buhler, CIMS 
Monday, April 2, 20183:45PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1302
Programming shape
L. Mahadevan, Harvard 
Monday, March 19, 20183:45PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1302
Computational Cloaking: Local differential privacy for physical sensor data and sparse recovery
Anna Gilbert, University of Michigan 
Monday, March 5, 20183:45PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1302
Kmeans clustering with optimization
Soledad Villar, NYU 
Monday, February 26, 20183:45PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1302
A Conditional Gaussian Framework for Uncertainty Quantification, Data Assimilation and Prediction of Complex Turbulent Dynamical Systems
Nan Chen, CIMS 
Monday, February 12, 20183:45PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1302
KahlerEinstein metrics
Gabor Szekelyhidi, Notre Dame 
Monday, February 5, 20183:45PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1302
Boundary Regularity for Mass Minimising currents
Guido De Philippis, SISSA Trieste 
Monday, January 29, 20183:45PM, Warren Weaver Hall 1302
Theory of margination in blood and other multicomponent suspensions
Michael Graham, Wisconsin