News & Announcements Archive


October 25-27: Category Theory OctoberFest

Category Theory OctoberFest is an informal meeting, covering all areas of category theory and its applications. It is traditionally held in October. Octoberfest 2019 will be hosted at Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, over the last weekend of October.


December 7-8: Johns Hopkins Junior Number Theory Days 2019

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.


November 9: Algebra and Number Theory Day (Fall 2019)

The Fall 2019 Algebra and Number Theory Day will be held on Saturday, November 9, 2019 at The University of Maryland, College Park. The speakers will be Henri Darmon (McGill), Mark Andrea de Cataldo (Stony Brook), Akhil Mathew (Chicago/IAS), Evangelia Gazaki (Virginia), and Hang Xue (Arizona).


October 12: Baltimore-Washington Metro Area Differential Geometry Seminar

The Baltimore-Washington Metro Area Differential Geometry Seminar (MADGuyS for short) is a joint seminar between the math departments of University of Maryland – College Park , Howard University and of Johns Hopkins University. The next meeting will be held at Johns Hopkins University on October 12th, 2019.


Steven Zucker, 1949-2019

Steven Zucker, 1949-2019
Steven Zucker, longtime Professor of Mathematics at JHU, died on September 13 after a long illness. He was 70. A pioneer in the study of L2-cohomology and the variation of Hodge structures, Zucker was on the Hopkins faculty from 1983 to 2019.


April 13: Algebra and Number Theory Day (Spring 2019)

The Spring 2019 Algebra and Number Theory Day will be held on Saturday, April 13, 2019 at Johns Hopkins University. The speakers will be David Hansen (Notre Dame), June Huh (IAS/Princeton), Kiran Kedlaya (UCSD/IAS), David Nadler (UC Berkeley), and Bianca Viray (University of Washington).