The Johns Hopkins Junior Number Theory Days are a two-day workshop in Number Theory, where the speakers are either PhD students who are graduating, or post-docs who recently graduated. It aims to bring together strong, promising young researchers in Number Theory and neighboring fields, and to give them an opportunity to showcase their work.
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The Department of Mathematics congratulates Masaaki Furusawa of the Osaka City University, a former PhD student of Math Professor Joseph A. Shalika at JHU, on being awarded one of the 2022 Algebra Prizes of the Mathematical Society of Japan.
Fall 2022 Algebra and Number Theory Day will be held on Saturday, November 12, 2022 at the University of Maryland, College Park. The speakers will be Tony Feng (Berkeley), Michael Larsen (Indiana), and Burt Totaro (UCLA).
Steve Zelditch, a member of the Department of Mathematics from 1985 to 2010, died on September 11. He served as department chair from 1999 to 2002, and was an editor of the American Journal of Mathematics for many years.
The Fall 2022 Kempf Lecture will be delivered by Andras Vasy (Stanford University) on October 13, 2022 at 4:00–5:00pm.
Fei Lu has been selected as a 2022 Catalyst Award recipient for a project that focuses on developing regularization methods for the learning of kernels in operators, which is crucial for inverse problems and machine learning that aim to build trustworthy models generalizable beyond training data.
JAMI Conference 2022: Higher Dimensional Algebraic Geometry (in honor of Prof. Shokurov's 70th Birthday) takes place at Jones Hopkins University on May 3–8. Talks will be held online on May 3 and in person on May 5–8.
The Spring 2022 Algebra and Number Theory Day will be held on Saturday, April 23, 2022 at the University of Maryland, College Park. The speakers will be Vesselin Dimitrov (Toronto), Dennis Gaitsgory (Harvard), and Giulia Saccà (Columbia).
The Math Department will offer a variety of courses in Summer 2022, both online and in person, ranging from College Algebra and Precalculus to Real Analysis and Abstract Algebra.
Dimitri Kanevsky came up with the first example of a non-associative Moufang loop of classes of points on cubic hypersurfaces. This answers a 50-year-old question by Yuri Manin. This talk was the first talk in mathematics which used a speech recognition technology. The program for speech recognition was co-invented also by Dimitri Kanevsky.