Research
Seminars
This is a list of recent and future talks at all faculty-organized seminars currently running at the department. Click on the provided links to see older talks.
You might also be interested in the student-only seminar organized by our graduate students and the monthly Math Club for undergraduate students.
Algebra & logic seminar (Aspen Central 018 - Basement, F 9-10a, A. Linshaw)
Oct 10 | Michael Kinyon Torsors and ternary Moufang loops |
Oct 17 | Rick Ball The epimorphism game for completely regular frames |
Oct 31 | Ian Wanless (Monash University) Matching polynomials and tree-like walks in regular graphs |
Nov 7 | Michael Penn (Colorado College) TBA |
Nov 14 | Christopher Sadowski (Ursinus College) TBA |
Analysis & dynamics seminar (Aspen Central 018 - Basement, F 10-11a, L. Alvin)
Sep 19 | Codina Cotar (University College London) Gradient Gibbs measures with disorder |
Sep 26 | Natasha Dobrinen Introduction to high-dimensional Ellentuck spaces, (Part 1) |
Oct 3 | Natasha Dobrinen Introduction to high-dimensional Ellentuck spaces, (Part 2) |
Oct 10 | Natasha Dobrinen Introduction to high-dimensional Ellentuck spaces, (Part 3) |
Oct 17 | Ronnie Pavlov Measures of maximal entropy and specification properties for symbolic systems) |
Oct 24 | Ronnie Pavlov Measures of maximal entropy and specification properties for symbolic systems) (Part 2) |
Oct 31 | Ronnie Pavlov Measures of maximal entropy and specification properties for symbolic systems) (Part 3) |
Nov 7 | Geraldo Soares de Souza (Auburn University) TBD |
Graduate colloquium (Aspen Central 018, F 2-3p, P. Horn)
The colloquium is intended for student reports concerning their current research, and for faculty and visitors' lectures on introductory topics. The colloquium is regularly followed by a tea.
Sep 26 | Stan Gudder Simple Problems, Surprising Solutions |
Oct 10 | Kate Pearce^{*}
Where Are All the Women in Mathematics?: A Survey of History's Most Influential Women Mathematicians |
Oct 17 | Drew Ash^{*}
Topological Speedups |
Oct 24 | Florian Pfender (CU Denver) Semidefinite programming in extremal graph theory |
Oct 31 | Natasha Dobrinen Rainbow Ramsey theorems for bounded colorings of finite subgraphs of the Rado graph |
Reading seminars
- Expander Graphs (Aspen Central 018 - Basement, W 10a-12p, P. Horn)
- Noncommutative Geometry (Aspen Central 721A, M 2pm, F. Latremoliere)
- Combinatorics (Joint venture with UC Denver. Alternates campuses. F 10a-12p, P. Horn) Previous talks
Teaching Excellence seminar (TBD)
TBA | TBA TBA |