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Mathematics Colloquium [url]
Gromov-Witten theory and invariants of matroids
    - Jeremy Usatine, Brown University
Time: 3:05pm Room: Zoom
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Abstract/Desc: Matroids are versatile combinatorial objects with deep connections to many subjects, including chromatic polynomials of graphs, arrangements of vectors and hyperplanes, and the geometry of Grassmannians. I will discuss joint work with Dhruv Ranganathan in which we use Gromov-Witten theory to associate new invariants to matroids, and I will explain how these new invariants are related to counting curves in certain geometric spaces.

PDE Seminar
Space-time nonlocal integrable models
    - Ziad Musslimani, FSU
Time: 12pm Room: LOV 106

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Monday January 30, 2023

Mathematics Colloquium [url]
Gromov-Witten theory and invariants of matroids
    - Jeremy Usatine, Brown University
Time: 3:05pm Room: Zoom
More Information
Abstract/Desc: Matroids are versatile combinatorial objects with deep connections to many subjects, including chromatic polynomials of graphs, arrangements of vectors and hyperplanes, and the geometry of Grassmannians. I will discuss joint work with Dhruv Ranganathan in which we use Gromov-Witten theory to associate new invariants to matroids, and I will explain how these new invariants are related to counting curves in certain geometric spaces.

PDE Seminar
Space-time nonlocal integrable models
    - Ziad Musslimani, FSU
Time: 12pm Room: LOV 106

Wednesday February 01, 2023

Departmental Tea Time
C is for cookie, and shorthand for C[0,1] w/the sup norm
Time: 3: Room: 204 LOV

Computational Methods for Stochastic Optimization and Control
Stochastic computing and optimization
    - Students in ACM and Math Fin, FSU
Time: 3:05pm Room: 231

Biomathematics Journals Seminar [url]
Initiation and Termination of Biological Rhythms
    - Audrey Nash, FSU
Time: 5:00 Room: Dirac library

Friday February 03, 2023

Biomath
General Overview of research and collaborations
Time: 11 Room: Dirac

Mathematics Colloquium [url]
Cohomology and arithmetic of Mapping spaces
    - Oishee Banerjee, IAS
Time: 3:05pm Room: Zoom
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Abstract/Desc: Abstract: How do we describe the topology of the space of all nonconstant holomorphic (respectively, algebraic) maps F: X--->Y from one complex manifold (respectively, variety) to another? What is, for example, its cohomology? Such problems are old but difficult, and are nontrivial even when the domain and range are Riemann spheres. In this talk I will explain how these problems relate to other parts of mathematics such as spaces of polynomials, arithmetic (e.g the geometric Batyerv-Manin type conjectures) and algebraic geometry (e.g. moduli spaces of elliptic fibrations, of smooth sections of a line bundle, etc). I will show how one can fruitfully attack such problems by incorporating techniques from homotopy theory to the holomorphic/algebraic world (e.g. by constructing a new spectral sequence). Most of this talk should be understandable to first year graduate students.

Data Science and Machine Learning Seminar
TBA
    - Nick Dexter , FSU Scientific Computing
Time: 1:20 Room: LOV 102
Abstract/Desc: TBA


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