Winter-Spring 2012

Date Place Speaker Title
February 16 MIT
Room 2-190
Pierre Raphael
Toulouse Mathematics Institute
Singularity formation in critical nonlinear problems
March 1 Harvard
Science Center A
Harvey Friedman
Ohio State University
Maximality and incompleteness
March 15 Northeastern
509 Lake Hall
Iosif Polterovich
Université de Montréal
Seeing sounds, hearing shapes and beyond
March 22 Brandeis
317 Goldsmith
Craig Hodgson
University of Melbourne
Counting hyperbolic 3-manifolds with a given volume
April 5 Northeastern
509 Lake Hall
Constantin Teleman
UC Berkeley
Gauge theory, Mirror symmetry and Langlands duality
April 19 Harvard
Science Center A
Ravi Vakil
Limits of discriminants in algebraic geometry
April 26 Harvard
Science Center A
Balazs Szegedy
University of Toronto and IAS
Higher order Fourier analysis
May 3 Brandeis
317 Goldsmith
Peter May
University of Chicago
What is equivariant cohomology and what is it good for?
May 17 MIT
Room 2-190
Burt Totaro
Cambridge University

The Colloquium is held on Thursday afternoons.
Tea is from 4:00 to 4:30.  Talks are from 4:30 to 5:30.

Colloquium organizers

Brandeis University Kiyoshi Igusa
Harvard University Alex Bloemendal
Yu-Jong Tzeng
Kirsten Wickelgren
Xinwen Zhu
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Mark Behrens  
Ben Brubaker 
Scott Sheffield
Northeastern University Valerio Toledano Laredo 
Jonathan Weitsman 
Andrei Zelevinsky

Colloquium archive

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Winter-Spring 2000 Fall 2000 Winter-Spring 2001 Fall 2001
Winter-Spring 2002 Fall 2002 Winter-Spring 2003 Fall 2003
Winter-Spring 2004 Fall 2004 Winter-Spring 2005 Fall 2005
Winter-Spring 2006 Fall 2006 Winter-Spring 2007 Fall 2007
Winter-Spring 2008 Fall 2008 Winter-Spring 2009 Fall 2009
Winter-Spring 2010 Fall 2010 Winter-Spring 2011 Fall 2011

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