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The colloquium typically meets Mondays at 4:00 PM in Room 617 on the sixth floor of Wachman Hall.
The colloquium is preceded by tea starting at 3:30 in the Faculty Lounge, adjacent to Room 617. Click on title for abstract.
Nicholas Hanges, Lehman College, New York, Analytic regularity for degenerate elliptic operators
-Note different day- Herschel Farkas, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jacobi and Beyond
Semyon Alesker, University of Chicago and Tel-Aviv University, Valuations, integral geometry, and representation theory
Bruce Kleiner, University of Michigan, Quasiconformal geometry in metric spaces, and the asymptotic geometry of negatively curved manifolds
Richard Gardner, Western Washington University, Reconstruction from brightness functions
-Note different time and location- Matthias Beck, Binghamton University (SUNY), Graph coloring, magic squares, and inside-out polytopes
Special Event: Sheila Tobias, Issues in Undergraduate Mathematics
-Note earlier time- Ermanno Lanconelli, University of Bologna, Strong comparison principles and a symmetry result for fully non-linear equations related to pseudo-convexity
Gene Golub, Stanford University, Shape From Moments
Carlos Berenstein, University of Maryland, Internet tomography
Steve Izen, Case Western Reserve University, Multichannel sampling and the third generation undersampling problem in fan-beam tomography
-Note different day- Zoran Markovic, Institute of Mathematics: Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, A new approach to probability logic with complete axiomatization
Robert Guralnick, University of Southern California, Low Dimensional Representations of Finite Groups
Jonathan Weitsman, University of California, Santa Cruz, Lattice polytopes, Euler Maclaurin formulas, and Geometric Quantization
-Note different day- Robert P. Lipton, Louisian State University, Multi-Scale Stress Analysis for Composite Media
-Note different day- Thomas Krainer, Potsdam University, Germany, The parametrix method in parabolic partial differential equations
Antonio Sa Barreto, Purdue University, Radiation Fields, Scattering, and Inverse Scattering
-Note different day- Qi Wang, Florida State University, Dynamics of sheared nematic liquid crystalline polymers
B.-W. Schulze, Potsdam University, Germany, Boundary value problems on manifolds with edges and applications to mixed and crack problems
Loukas Grafakos, University of Missouri, Columbia, Calderon's program and the role of the bilinear Hilbert transforms
Yanyan Li, Rutgers University, Liouville type theorems for some conformally invariant fully nonlinear equations
Diane Maclagan, Stanford, Toric Hilbert schemes
-Note different day- Patricia Hersh, University of Michigan, A $GL_n(q)$-analogue of the partition lattice
Eugene Gutkin, Penn State and ETH-Zurich, Billiards and Security
Walter Stromquist, Swarthmore College, Packing densities of permutations
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