Mathematics Events

January 22 - 28, 2023

Monday, January 23

Mathematical Finance Colloquium: Voting with Decentralized Policy Contingent Promisess
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In person or Zoom Zoom Meeting: https://usc.zoom.us/j/96967502356?pwd=dkcrUEJMdHdOaFl1WGZVdmZTUGtlQT09 Meeting ID: 969 6750 2356 Passcode: 022822 Ali...

Special Colloquium: Gaussian Isoperimetry with Discrete Applications
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Talk in person or Zoom https://usc.zoom.us/j/97791620075?pwd=TVRVUEkyNWNvOU44YUNXcEs3SEJPZz09 Meeting ID: 977 9162 0075 Passcode: 373007 Steven Heilman,...

Tuesday, January 24

The joint Caltech-UCLA-USC Analysis and PDE Seminar: Heterogeneous gradient flows with applications to collective dynamics
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Jan Peszek, University of Warsaw Abstract: In 2001 F. Otto discovered a (nowadays well-known) relationship between the continuity equation and gradient...

1/24 11am
Virtual Event
The joint Caltech-UCLA-USC Analysis and PDE Seminar: Illposedness for vortex patches of the Euler and alpha-SQG equations
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Xiaoyutao Luo, Duke University Abstract: I will talk about joint work with A. Kiselev (Duke) on patch solutions of the Euler and alpha-SQG equations. It is...

1/24 12pm
Virtual Event

Wednesday, January 25

Combinatorics Seminar: Card shuffling and Coxeter groups
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Jason Fulman, USC Abstract: We give a brief overview of riffle shuffling on the symmetric group. Then we describe an analog for the hyperoctahedral group,...

Friday, January 27

Special Colloquium: Symplectic dynamics without Floer homology

Julian Chaidez, Princeton University Abstract: Symplectic dynamics is the study of dynamical systems using tools from symplectic topology, like Floer...