Spring 2019

Seminars during Spring 2019 are held in Hill 705 on Tuesdays 3:00 – 4:00 PM (except where noted), from January 22 through May 7. The seminar is organized by Daniel Ketover, Paul Feehan, John Ma, and Natasa Sesum. All are welcome. Abstracts for all presentations are posted on the Department of Mathematics Geometric Analysis Seminar page. Please subscribe to our seminar email list to receive the latest updates.

Spring speakers include

Daniel Stern, Princeton University, February 5

Daniel Ketover, Rutgers University, February 19

Beomjun Choi, Columbia University, February 26

Jonathan Zhu, Princeton, March 12

IAS Workshop on Geometric Functionals: Analysis and Applications, March 4-8

Spring Break – March 19

Aleksander Doan, StonyBrook University, April 2

Jacob Bernstein, JHU, April 9

Andras Stipsicz, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Alfred Renyi Institute of Mathematics, Tuesday April 9, 12:00-1:00, CoRE 101, (joint with Colloquium)

Sicong (Scott) Zhang, Stanford University, Tuesday April 16, 12:00-1:00 (joint with Floer Homology Seminar)

Constante Bellettini, IAS, April 16

Lu Wang, IAS & University of Wisconsin, Madison, April 23

Michael Hutchings, University of California, Berkeley, Friday April 26, 4:00-5:00pm (joint with Mathematics Colloquium)

Max Engelstein, MIT, April 30, 2:00-3:00pm, Hill 425 (note special room and time)

Zhengyi Zhou, IAS, May 7, 2:00-3:00pm, Hill 705 (note special time)

Further speakers: Gabriel Katz, MIT; Gregory Moore, Rutgers University

Camelia Pop, Edgestream (joint with Mathematical Finance and Probability Seminar on Tuesday 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM, date TBA)