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Geometry Seminar

The seminar meets Mondays at 3 o'clock in BLOC 220, and Fridays at 4 o'clock in BLOC 117. Talks are 50-60 minutes. Visitor Information. How to Give a Good Colloquium by John E. McCarthy.

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LocationSpeaker Title click for abstract
iCal 09/23
  4:00pm
BLOC 628 Patricio Gallardo
University of Georgia
On geometric invariant theory for hypersurfaces and their hyperplane sections.
iCal 09/26
  3:00pm
BLOC 220 Nida Obatake
Texas A&M University
"Rat GPS" - Drawing Place Field Diagrams of Neural Codes Using Toric Ideals
iCal 10/07
  4:00pm
BLOC 628 JM Landsberg
TAMU
Optimality v. Symmetry
iCal 10/10
  3:00pm
BLOC 220 Kevin Kordek
TAMU
Picard groups of moduli spaces of curves with symmetry
iCal 10/14
  4:00pm
BLOC 628 Maurice Rojas
TAMU
How Quickly Can we Find the Shapes of Algebraic Sets? Part 1: Feasibility over C
iCal 10/28
  4:00pm
BLOC 628 Maurice Rojas
TAMU
How Quickly Can we Find the Shapes of Algebraic Sets? Part 2: Computing Topology over R
iCal 11/04
  4:00pm
Blocker TGTC
iCal 11/05
  09:00am
Blocker TGTC all day
iCal 11/06
  09:00am
BLOC   TGTC
iCal 11/11
  4:00pm
BLOC 628 Jerzy Weyman
U. Conn.
Towards the geometric interpretation of tameness
iCal 11/18
  4:00pm
BLOC 628 Tim Magee
UT Austin
Log Calabi-Yau mirror symmetry and representation theory
iCal 12/05
  3:00pm
BLOC 220 Roberto Barrera
TAMU
A finiteness result for local cohomology modules of Stanley-Reisner rings
iCal 12/09
  4:00pm
BLOC 628 Tian Yang
Stanford University
Volume conjectures for Reshetikhin-Turaev and Turaev-Viro invariants

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