Events

The calendar below includes events from all seminars, lecture series, and departmental colloquia, as well as non-departmental seminars that may be of broad interest to people in the mathematics department.

Lek-Heng Lim

Colloquium: Lek-Heng Lim (UChicago)

3:00–4:20 pm Eckhart Hall, Room 202

Lek-Heng Lim will give a talk titled “Mathematical Snippets From Developments In AI” as part of the math department’s colloquia series.

Apr 17
Tasho Kaletha

Colloquium: Tasho Kaletha (Michigan)

3:00–4:20 pm Eckhart Hall, Room 202

Tasho Kaletha will give a talk as part of the department’s colloquia series. Title and abstract TBA

Apr 24
Anush Tserunyan

Colloquium: Anush Tserunyan (McGill)

3:00–4:20 pm Eckhart Hall, Room 202

Anush Tserunyan will give a talk as part of the department’s colloquia series. Title and abstract TBA

May 1

Billingsley Lectures on Probability

4:30–5:30 pm Math/Stat 112, 5727 South University Avenue

Prof. Sourav Chatterjee (Stanford) will give a talk on “A definition of spectral gap for nonreversible Markov chains”

May 2

Spring 24 ZhengTong Chern-Weil Symposium

10:00 am–4:00 pm Eckhart Hall

May 3