Past Events at the University of Washington

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Past Events

  • 25-Apr-14

UW-PIMS Mathematics Colloquium: Roman Bezrukavnikov

 Characters of finite Chevalley groups and categorification   more››

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  • 18-Apr-14

UW-PIMS Mathematics Colloquium: Dan Shumow

From Algebraic Geometry to Politics: How Cryptography Connects Abstract Mathematics and Everyday Life   more››

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  • 7-Mar-14

UW-PIMS Mathematics Colloquium: Neal Koblitz

A Mathematician in the World of Cybersecurity   more››

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  • 13-Jan-14

UW-PIMS Mathematics Colloquium: Bianca Viray

The local to global principle for rational points   more››

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  • 10-Jan-14

UW-PIMS Mathematics Colloquium: Wei Ho

Arithmetic invariant theory and applications   more››

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  • 22-Nov-13

UW-PIMS Mathematics Colloquium: Gil Kalai

Why quantum computers cannot work   more››

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  • 2-Nov-13
  • 3-Nov-13

Cascade Topology Seminar

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  • 25-Oct-13

UW-PIMS Mathematics Colloquium: Greg Blekherman

Nonnegative Polynomials, Moment Problems and Real Symmetric Tensor Decompositions   more››

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  • 19-Oct-13
  • 20-Oct-13
  • 11-Oct-13

Math Across Campus Colloquium: Simon Levin

The Challenge of Sustainability and the Promise of Mathematics    more››

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  • 8-Jul-13
  • 26-Jul-13

UW RTG IPDE Summer School 2013

Research Training Group: Inverse Problems and Partial Differential Equations   more››

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  • 8-Jul-13
  • 26-Jul-13
  • 1-Jun-13
  • 2-Jun-13
  • 10-May-13

PIMS-UW Mathematics Colloquium: S. R. Srinivasa Varadhan

 Let H_i, i=1,2,...,k be a finite collection of finite graphs. Let v_i be the number of vertices in H_i. We want to count the number of graphs G with N vertices in which Hi appears roughly c_i N v_i times. The tools are a combina   more››

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  • 3-May-13

Math Across Campus Colloquium: Richard Tapia

Math at Top Speed: Exploring and Breaking Myths in the Drag Racing Folklore   more››

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