The Mathematics Colloquium at Rutgers-Newark
On alternate Wednesdays, the student colloquium features talks
which are aimed in particular to be accessible to graduate
students. Again, all are welcome.
Directions to Math. Department:
By train: Take NJ Transit to Newark Penn Station (you can look at www.njtransit.com ). You can take a short cab ride to the department (101 Warren St.), or you can take the Newark Light Rail/City Subway (entrance by McDonald's in Newark Penn station) to Washington Street (take the train toward the Grove St stop). For the Light Rail, you should buy a ticket and validate it before you get on the train (I think it's 65 cents). From the Washington St. city Subway station, there's a campus map. The city subway comes out on Raymond Blvd. between University Av. and Washington St. The math dept at Rutgers Newark is in Smith Hall, 101 Warren St. My office is 314.
By car: Here is the direction to the campus. For parking, you will want to go to the Bradley lot. To get there, follow the online directions to Parking Deck 1, which will be on your left off University Av. Then take the next right onto Warren St. The Bradley lot will be the first lot on your left (after the sports field). Smith Hall will be across Warren St, and again there's a campus map.
(Tuesday 4:00 pm)
Configurations and K-stability of a Fano variety
(U. of Waterloo)
|G2 Manifolds and G2 Conifolds|
||Naichung Conan Leung
(IMS, The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
|SYZ Mirror Symmetry|
(City College, CUNY)
|Prehomogeneous vector spaces and number theory|
|The Symmetry in Numbers|
of Galois Representations
|An Algebraic Fingerprint For Postcritically Finite Rational Maps|
(Queens College, CUNY)
Mass in General Relativity and Riemannian Geometry
|The Pressure Metric For Convex Anosov Representations|
Energy in General Relativity
(Institut de Mathematiques de Luminy)
Analysis on Certain Homogeneous Spaces
(University of York)
Minimal Surfaces and Surface Group Representations
(City College, CUNY)
|On the Distribution of the Zeros of the Derivative of the Selberg Zeta Fucntions|
Estimates for p-adic Integrals
Last updated 03/30/2011.