Mathematics Events

April 23 - 29, 2017

Monday, April 24

 Mathematical Finance Colloquium: Macroeconomic Modeling with Heterogeneous Agents: The Master Equation Approach

Matheus Grasselli, McMaster University, Canada Abstract: Modern mainstream macroeconomics seeks to avoid ad hoc assumptions and inconsistent policy...

CAMS Colloquium: Remarks and observations on active scalar equations

Walter Rusin, Oklahoma State University Abstract: We will discuss properties of active scalar equations that can be traced back to the constitutive law...

Algebra Seminar: Transitioning from Math to Data Science

This talk will be a talk directed to all of our graduate student Tylan Bilal, Metis Abstract: Data science is still an emerging field, which requires a...

Geometry & Topology Seminar: On the uniqueness of the coupled vortex equation

Qionling Li, Caltech Abstract: We study the uniqueness of a coupled vortex equation involving a holomorphic k-differential on the complex plane. As...

Tuesday, April 25

AWM Student Chapter at USC, Charlotte’s Web

(Double Header) - Pizza will be provided before the talk. - This event is open to all undergraduate and graduate students. Female undergraduate students are...

Wednesday, April 26

Mathematics Colloquium: Dynamics, geometry, and the moduli space of Riemann surfaces

Alex Wright, Stanford University Abstract: The moduli space of Riemann surfaces of fixed genus is one of the hubs of modern mathematics and physics. We will...

Thursday, April 27

Friday, April 28