Karcher Colloquium


The Karcher Colloquium normally meets in PHSC 1105 on Thursdays at 4:00pm. It is normally preceded by tea at 3:30pm in PHSC 424. For more information about the colloquium, contact Justin Malestein.

Fall 2019

November 8
4:00 PM
PHSC 1105
Diana Davis
Swarthmore University
Periodic paths on the pentagon
September 26
4:00 PM
PHSC 1105
Christopher Cashen
University of Vienna
'Paging Dr. Frankenstein’; or, how to build monsters
September 9
4:30 PM
PHSC 1105
David Rowe
University of Mainz
Emmy Noether: Theorems on Conservation Laws
September 5
4:00 PM
PHSC 1105
Jacob Matherne
IAS and University of Oregon
Two problems about hyperplane arrangements

Spring 2019

May 9
4:00 PM
PHSC 1105
Allan Merino
National University of Singapore
Duality for the Pin Representation
May 5
4:00 PM
PHSC 1105
Allan Merino
National University of Singapore
Duality for the Pin Representation
April 11
4:00 PM
PHSC 1105
Liming Sun
Johns Hopkins
Yamabe problem on compact manifolds with boundary
March 7
4:00 PM
PHSC 1105
Ryan Vinroot
College of William and Mary
Some results and a conjecture on finite simple groups
January 17
4:00 PM
PHSC 1105
Hongkun Zhang
University of Massachusetts, Amherst MA
Abnormal diffusions of various configurations of gas molecules
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