Autumn Term 2007/08
Organisers: Adam Epstein
Additional colloquia, titles and abstracts will be added as details become available.
Colloquia take place on Friday afternoons at 4.00pm, Lecture Room B3.02 in the Mathematics Institute, Zeeman Building. They are directed towards a general mathematical audience. In particular, one the functions of these Colloquia is to inform non-specialists and graduate students about recent trends, ideas and results in some area of mathematics, or a closely related field.
Friday 7 September 2007 Jarek Wisniewski (Warsaw) Phylogenetic trees and algebraic geometry
Friday 14 September 2007 Mark Gross (San Diego) The tropical vertex
Friday 12 October 2007 Bjorn Sandstede (Sussex) Coherent structures in oscillatory media
Friday 19 October 2007 Boris Zilber (Oxford) Zariski geometries and quantum deformations of classical structures
Friday 26 October 2007 Brian Bowditch (Warwick) The angel problem
Friday 2 November 2007 Andrzej Zuk (Jussieu) Amenability
Friday 9 November 2007 Ian Roulstone (Surrey) Kaehler geometry and the Navier-Stokes equations
Friday 16 November 2007 Pierre Vogel (Jussieu) The universal Lie algebra
Friday 23 November 2007 Anatoly Neishtadt (Loughborough) Separatrix crossings in slow-fast Hamiltonian systems
Friday 30 November 2007 Philip Welch (Bristol) The Definable Continuum Problem
Friday 7 December 2007 Simon Donaldson (Imperial) Extremal metrics on complex surfaces
Friday 14 December 2007 Christopher Hacon (Utah) Finite generation of the canonical ring
Tea is served in the Common Room in the Mathematics Institute from 3.00-4.00pm. The Colloquium will be followed by an informal reception (drinks and snacks) designed to give people the opportunity to have more contact with the speaker.
Where possible, visitors should obtain an EDUROAM account from their own university to enable internet access whilst at Warwick.
You can register for any of the symposia or workshops online. To see which registrations are currently open and to submit a registration, please click hereLink opens in a new window.
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