JAMI 2017: Local zeta functions and the arithmetic of moduli spaces: A conference in memory of Jun-Ichi Igusa. March 22-26, 2017.
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The Baltimore-Washington Metro Area Differential Geometry Seminar is a new joint seminar between the math departments of University of Maryland College Park, Howard University, and Johns Hopkins University. We meet twice a year, alternating between locations, for a day of talks on various topics in geometry. The next meeting will be held at UMD on December 2, 2016.
The Johns Hopkins-University of Maryland Algebra and Number Theory Day is a day-long meeting held once each semester, featuring speakers on topics in and around the areas of algebra, number theory, algebraic geometry, representation theory, and algebraic topology.
Mauro Maggioni has been named the Bloomberg Distinguished Professor of Data Intensive Computation at Johns Hopkins in the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences' Department of Mathematics and the Whiting School of Engineering's Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics.
Monday April 11 at 3:00PM in Schafler Auditorium (Bloomberg 272) Prof. Gregory Moore (Rutgers University) Title: d=4, N=2 Field Theory And Physical Mathematics Abstract: I will review some background material on d=4, N=2 field theories, focusing on the quantum states known as “BPS states.” These states have played an important role in the vigorous give-and-take […]
Joaquim Ortega-Cerdà (Universitat de Barcelona) will give Kempf Lectures on Tuesday March 29 (Title: Sampling polynomials in algebraic varieties) and Thursday March 31 (Title: Equidistributing points in a sphere).
4:00-5:00 pm, March 23, 2016 Krieger 205 Gems of Ramanujan and their lasting impact on Mathematics Joint lecture by Fields Medalist Manjul Bhargava and Guggenheim Fellow Ken Ono. Ramanujan’s work has had a truly transformative effect on modern mathematics, and indeed continues to do so as we understand further lines from his letters and notebooks. In this […]
This conference will feature eight one-hour talks, scheduled over the course of two days, given by young researchers whose work suggests potential new directions for algebraic topology, homotopy theory, and related fields.
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