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Geometry Seminar

The seminar meets Mondays at 3 o'clock and Fridays at 4 o'clock, in BLOC 628. Talks are 50-60 minutes. Visitor Information. How to Give a Good Colloquium by John E. McCarthy.

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iCal 08/25
Blocker 624 Nidhi Kaihnsa 
Brown University
On Multistationarity of Phosphorylation Networks
iCal 09/24
BLOC 302 Zhi Jiang
U. Michigan
G-stable rank for tensors and its applications
iCal 10/08
BLOC 302 F. Holweck
U. Belfort/Auburn
Graph states and the variety of principal minors for binary symmetric matrices.
iCal 10/11
BLOC 302 Michael Willis
Stanford University
Links, Braids, Infinite Twists, and More
iCal 10/22
zoom Daniel Grady
Texas Tech University
The geometric cobordism hypothesis
iCal 10/25
BLOC 302 Amy Huang
Texas A&M University
Tensor Ranks and Matrix Multiplication Complexity
iCal 10/29
zoom Prasit Bhattacharya
University of Notre Dame
Equivariant Steenrod Operations
iCal 11/05
BLOC 302 E. Gang
Johns Hopkins University
iCal 11/08
zoom V. Makam TBA