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Seminars for Pure Mathematics


Apr 27
Paige North (University of Pennsylvania)
TBA
Homotopy Theory Seminar
Time: 5pm
Location: Zoom
 
Apr 13
Maximilien Péroux (University of Pennsylvania)
Coalgebras and comodules in stable homotopy theory.
Homotopy Theory Seminar
Time: 5pm
Location: Zoom
In higher algebra, we study algebraic objects endowed with a multiplication that is associative only up to (coherent) homotopy, or commutative up to (coherent) homotopy. In this Brave new algebra, we ... More
 
Apr 8
Melissa Emory (University of Toronto)
TBA
Algebra and Its Applications
Time: 3:05
Location: Zoom
 
Apr 6
Alexander Campbell (Centre of Australian Category Theory, Macquarie University)
A model-independent construction of the Gray monoidal structure for (infinity,2)-categories
Homotopy Theory Seminar
Time: 6pm
Location: Zoom
In this talk I will describe joint work with Yuki Maehara in which we give a model-independent (i.e. a purely infinity-categorical) construction of the (non-symmetric) Gray monoidal structure on the i... More
 
Apr 1
Joe Webster (University of Oregon)
The p-adic Mehta Integral
Algebra and Its Applications
Time: 3:05
Location: Zoom
 
Mar 25
Raghuram (IISER Pune)
An introduction to Eisenstein Cohomology and its arithmetic applications
Algebra and Its Applications
Time: 9:45AM
Location: Zoom
 
Mar 23
Martina Rovelli (University of Massachusetts Amherst)
n-complicial sets as a model for (infinity, n)-categories
Homotopy Theory Seminar
Time: 5 pm
Location: Zoom
With the rising significance of (infinity, n)-categories, it is important to have easy-to-handle models for those and understand them as much as possible. In this introductory talk we will discuss how... More
 
Mar 18
Kaneenika Sinha (IISER Pune)
Central limit theorems for Sato-Tate sequences
Algebra and Its Applications
Time: 9:45AM
Location: Zoom
 
Mar 11
Adriana Salerno (Bates College)
Hasse-Witt matrices and mirror toric pencils
Algebra and Its Applications
Time: 3:05
Location: Zoom
Mirror symmetry predicts unexpected relationships between arithmetic properties of distinct families of algebraic varieties. For example, Wan and others have shown that for some mirror pairs, the numb... More
 
Mar 4
Kate Petersen (FSU)
Average Height Bounds
Algebra and Its Applications
Time: 3:05
Location: Zoom
 
Feb 25
Melissa Emory (University of Toronto)
A multiplicity one theorem for general spin groups
Algebra and Its Applications
Time: 3:05
Location: Zoom
 
Feb 11
Ettore Aldrovandi (FSU)
Fiber integration in K-Theory and a construction of Deligne's
Algebra and Its Applications
Time: 3:05
Location: Zoom
 
Feb 9
Rhiannon Griffiths (Case Western Reserve University)
Enriched Model Categories for Functor Calculus
Homotopy Theory Seminar
Time: 5 pm
Location: Zoom
We present results necessary for developing model categories of enriched functors suitable for doing functor calculus. As a first example, we show how the discrete functor calculus of Bauer, Johnson a... More
 
Feb 4
Mark van Hoeij (FSU)
Modular GCD Algorithm
Algebra and Its Applications
Time: 3:05
Location: Zoom
 
Jan 28
Alia Hamieh (UNBC)
Mean Values of Long Dirichlet Polynomials with Higher Divisor Coefficients
Algebra and Its Applications
Time: 3:05
Location: Zoom
 
Jan 19
Christina Osborne (Cedarville University)
Decomposing the classifying diagram in terms of classifying spaces of groups
Homotopy Theory Seminar
Time: 5 pm
Location: Zoom
The classifying diagram was defined by Rezk and is a generalization of the nerve of a category; in contrast to the nerve, the classifying diagram of two categories is equivalent if and only if the cat... More