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Student Working Seminar in Groups and Dynamics

Organizers:
David Carroll (carroll math.tamu.edu)
Krzysztof Swiecicki (ksas math.tamu.edu)

The Student Working Seminar in Groups and Dynamics is an informal, student-run seminar that meets approximately once a week to discuss topics related to group theory and dynamical systems. Talks are at the graduate/postdoctoral level and can be presentations of original results, exposition of the literature, or simply open-ended conversations. If you would like to give a talk or be added to the mailing list, please email one of the organizers.

This semester (Fall 2015), the seminar will meet weekly on Mondays from 3-4 PM in Blocker 624.

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  Date
  Time
LocationSpeaker Title click for abstract
iCal 10/04
  1:00pm
BLOC 624 Konrad Wróbel Shannon's Entropy I
iCal 10/11
  1:00pm
BLOC 628 Mehrzad Monzavi/Konrad Wrobel Shannon's Entropy II
iCal 10/18
  1:00pm
BLOC 628 Mehrzad Monzavi Shannon's Entropy III
iCal 10/25
  1:00pm
BLOC 628 Roman Kogan Finite-state automata and measures
iCal 11/01
  1:00pm
BLOC 628 Krzysztof Święcicki Are L^p and l^p coarse equivalent?
iCal 11/08
  1:00pm
BLOC 628 Justin Cantu Fragmentations and Periodicity of Tree-like Groups
iCal 11/15
  1:00pm
BLOC 628 Krzysztof Święcicki Are L^p and l^p coarse equivalent? II
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