Smith Colloquium Fall 2021
We cordially invite everyone interested in mathematics to attend.
Talks are usually held on Thursdays at 4:00 pm in 306 Snow Hall, the Aronszajn Seminar Room.
Some talks will be virtual in Zoom. This will be noted for those talks.
The Zoom link for online Smith Colloquium: https://kansas.zoom.us/j/99515373089
Passcode will be sent by email.
|Date||Speaker, Title||Local Host|
|September 16||Freddy Bouchet|
ENS de Lyon
Path Large Deviations for Kinetic Theories: Beyond the Boltzmann, the Landau and the Lenard—Balescu Kinetic Equations
|September 30||Bo Luo and Zijun Yao|
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
University of Kansas
A Brief Introduction to Deep Learning: Techniques, Challenges, Security and Privacy
|October 14||Mark Shoemaker|
Colorado State University
Enumerative Geometry and Mirror Symmetry
|November 4||Ruixiang Zhang|
A Stationary Set Method for Estimating Oscillatory Integrals
University of California-Berkeley
|November 18||Sara Pollock|
University of Florida
Extrapolation Methods for Eigenvalue Problems
|December 2||Chi Li|
On the Algebraic Uniqueness of Kahler-Ricci Flow Limits on Fano Manifolds