Dalhousie University - Mathematics Colloquium

The colloquium takes place on Mondays 3:30-4:30 or Thursdays 2:30-3:30 virtually on Zoom. An invitation and link will be sent the morning of the colloquium dates. For speaker suggestions, email Suresh Eswarathasan at sr766936 'at' dal 'dot' ca



Schedule - Winter 2021


Day Date Speaker (Affiliation) Title
Monday January 18 Alexandre Girouard (Université de Laval) A tale of isoperimetry and eigenvalues
Monday January 25 Panoyotis Kevrekidis (University of Massachusetts, Amherst) Some vignettes of nonlinear waves in granular crystals: From modeling and analysis to computations and experiments
Thursday February 4 Indira Chatterji (Université de Nice) Group rings conjecture and relative hyperbolicity
Monday February 22 Jens Marklof (University of Bristol) Gap problems in higher dimensions: From Kronecker sequences to quantum harmonic oscillators
Thursday February 25 Alina Stancu (Concordia University) Why hyperbolic space disobeys social distancing
Thursday March 4 Terry Gannon (University of Alberta) Moonshine: Old and new
Monday March 8 Andrew Granville (Université de Montréal) The Frobenius postage stamp problem and boundary turbulence
Thursday March 18 Andras Vasy (Stanford University) Boundary rigidity and the local inverse problem for the geodesic X-ray transform on tensors
Monday March 29 Claudia Miller (Syracuse University) Differentials and Lipman-Zariski type conjectures


For a list of virtual seminars and conferences, see this page (maintained by Alan Coley). Further information on other Dalhousie seminars can be found here.