FALL 2022 Events

MYHILL LECTURE SERIES
October 5, 6 & 7, 2022
Gigliola Staffilani (MIT)

 

MARCHENKO LECTURE SERIES
October 26, 26, & 28, 2020
Dmitry Shepelsky (Kharkiv)


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Mon, Oct 3

Algebra Seminar
Li Li, Oakland University
Cluster algebras and Nakajima's graded quivervarieties 
4:00PM, 250 Mathematics Building

 

Nakajima's graded quiver varieties are complex algebraicvarieties associated with quivers. They are introduced by Nakajima in the studyof representations of universal enveloping algebras of Kac-Moody Lie algebras,and can be used to study cluster algebras. In the talk, I will explain how toprecisely locate the supports of the triangular basis of skew-symmetric rank-2quantum cluster algebras by applying the decomposition theorem to variousmorphisms related to quiver varieties, thus prove a conjecture proposed byLee-Li-Rupel-Zelevinsky in 2014.

 


Wed, Oct 5

Special Event
2022 Myhill lecture Series: Gigliola Staffilani October 5-7
The study of wave interactions: where beautiful mathematical ideas come together.


4:00PM, 250 Mathematics Building,


Fri, Oct 14

Geometry and Topology Seminar
Bojun Zhao (UB)
Left orderability and taut foliations with one-sided branching
4:00PM, 122 Mathematics Building


Tue, Oct 18

Applied Math Seminar
Jie Shen, Purdue
TBA

4:00PM, Zoom - contact mbichuch@buffalo.edu for link


Fri, Oct 21

Geometry and Topology Seminar
José Román Aranda Cuevas (Binghamto University)

4:00PM, 122 Mathematics Building


Tue, Oct 25

Applied Math Seminar
Naoki Masuda, SUNY Buffalo
TBA

4:00PM, Math 250 and on Zoom - contact mbichuch@buffalo.edu for link


Tue, Nov 15

Applied Math Seminar
Anita Layton, Waterloo
TBA

4:00PM, Zoom - contact mbichuch@buffalo.edu for link


Wed, Nov 16

Analysis Seminar
Sagun Chanillo, Rutgers University
Local Version of Courant's Nodal Domain Theorem
4:00PM, On Zoom - conact hfli@math.buffalo.edu for link


Fri, Dec 2

Geometry and Topology Seminar
Morgan Weiler (Cornell University)
TBA
4:00PM, 122 Mathematics Building


Tue, Dec 6

Applied Math Seminar
Weiqi Chu, UCLA
TBA

4:00PM, Math 250 and on Zoom - contact mbichuch@buffalo.edu for link


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