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The Radiative Uniqueness Conjecture for Bubbling Wave Maps

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Real roots of random functions

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Applied Math Seminar

Stochastic Dynamics in Spatially Extended Magnetic Systems

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Math Colloquium Alex Perry 1/15 @ 3:15pm

Derived categories of cubic fourfolds and their geometric applications

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Cancer evolution seminar - Math Bio

Minimal intratumoral heterogeneity in untreated cancers

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Number Theory Seminar

Flag varieties and representations of p-adic groups

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Number Theory Seminar

The Hasse local-to-global principle for some genus one curves

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Math Bio Seminar

Targeting the drug resistant state in cancer

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Algebraic Geometry Seminar

Prismatic cohomology and applications

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Applied Math and Analysis

Nonlinear stability of self-gravitating matter under low decay and weak regularity conditions

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Probability

Asymptotic analysis of the power of choice phenomenon for queuing models

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Applied Math and Analysis

Inverse Problems, Imaging, and Tensor Decomposition

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Applied Math and Analysis Seminar

Matroids, log-concavity, and expanders

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Applied Math and Analysis Seminar

Random Batch Methods for classical and quantum N-body problems

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Conway mutation in knot Floer, Khovanov and Bar-Natan homology

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Homology cobordisms with no 3-handles

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Neural network models and concurrent learning schemes for multi-scale molecular modelling

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Homology spheres, knots, and cobordisms

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A discrete analogue to Selberg's central limit theorem

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Learning & Exploiting Low-Dimensional Structure in High-Dimensional Data

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Conductors and minimal discriminants of hyperelliptic curves

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Cable knots are not thin

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Arithmetic loci of étale rank 1 local systems

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Types of lines and Euler Numbers enriched in GW(k)

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Distinct distances on the plane (Frontiers in Mathematics)

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Frontiers In Mathematics Distinguished Lecture Series (Lecture 2)

Incidence estimates for tubes with application to Fourier analysis

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