Who? Professor Charles Fefferman What? Quantitative Differentiation When? Thursday, February 21 at 4:30 Where? Fine Room TBA Food? Sushi Abstract: Let f(x) be a Lipschitz continuous function on R^n. By a standard theorem of real analysis, f is differentiable at almost every point x0. Under a powerful microscope, the graph of f near such a […]

# Colloquium

## First Math Colloquium of the Year (2019)

Message from academic chairs: Get excited for a great talk next Wednesday by Professor Zeev Dvir featuring Bubble Tea! Who? Professor Zeev Dvir What? The Cap-set Problem When? Wednesday, February 13 at 4:30 Where? Fine 214 Food? Your choice of either Boba or Bubble Tea Abstract: A cap set in is a set not containing […]

## Undergraduate Colloquium, Wednesday, May 7th

We will be having a colloquium this coming Wednesday at 5 pm in Fine 214. The speaker will be Prof. Gang Tian who specializes in geometric analysis. Check out his profile/wikipedia page here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gang_Tian The title of the talk will be “Conic spherical metrics”. Here is the abstract: I will discuss the problem of constructing spherical structures on […]

## Undergraduate Colloquium, Monday, April 28

The next colloquium will be this coming Monday, 4/28, given by Prof. Yakov Sinai. It will be at 5pm in Fine 322. He will be talking about deterministic chaos and here is the abstract: Deterministic chaos is a property of deterministic dynamics. I shall explain main properties of chaotic dynamics and give some example of […]

## Undergraduate Colloquium, Wednesday April 9th

When: 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm, April 9th (coming Wednesday) Where: Fine 214 Who: Prof. Adam Levine, who specializes in low-dimensional topology (and he only joined Princeton this academic year!) You can check out some details here:https://www.math.princeton.edu/news/home-page/mathematics-department-welcomes-new-faculty What: Title: Knot Concordance Abstract: Concordance is the study of which knots in three-dimensional space can be realized […]

## Undergraduate Colloquium, Wednesday April 2nd

When: 5:45 pm – 6:45 pm, April 2nd (coming Wednesday) Where: Fine 314 Who: Prof. Ken Ono, a professor from Emory University who specializes in number theory. You can check him out here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ken_Ono What: Title: Cool theorems proved by undergraduates Abstract. I will explain some cool theorems in number theory that undergraduates have proven in the last few years. This […]

## Undergraduate Colloquium, Wednesday, 3/26

When: 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm, March 26th Where: Fine 214 Who: Prof. Klainerman, who specializes in PDE and analysis What: Title: Are black holes real Blackholes are precise mathematical solutions of the Einstein field equations of General Relativity. Some of the most exciting astrophysical objects in the Universe have been identified as corresponding to these mathematical […]

## Undergraduate Colloquium, Monday Mar 3rd

When: 4.30 pm – 5.30 pm, March 3 (coming Monday) Where: Fine 322 Who: Prof. Robert Gunning, who has been teaching advanced 215/217 sequence for the past two years. His research focuses on analysis What: here are the title and abstracts Topic: What is a Riemann surface The graph of a curve is a familiar construction in the real […]

## Math Colloquium, Friday Feb. 21

We arranged with Prof. Conway a rescheduling of his colloquium! When: 4 pm – 5 pm, February 21 (coming Friday) Where: Fine 224 Who: I don’t think I need to say more about Prof. Conway, but if you are interested in more details, please check wikipedia page here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Horton_Conway What: here are the title and abstracts Two Subtle […]