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CMSA Strongly Correlated Quantum Materials and High-Temperature Superconductors Series: Universality vs materials-dependence in cuprates: ARPES studies of the model cuprate Hg1201

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September 24, 2020      12:00 pm
Speaker: Inna Vishik - UC Davis

The cuprate superconductors exhibit the highest ambient-pressure superconducting transition temperatures (T c ), and after more than three decades of extraordinary research activity, continue to pose formidable scientific challenges. A...
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CMSA Math Science Literature Lecture Series

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September 25, 2020      12:00 pm
Speaker: William Casselman - University of British Columbia

TITLE: The origins of Langlands’ conjectures ABSTRACT: Langlands has made many contributions to number theory, but the principal one is probably his discovery in 1966–67, followed by work in subsequent years, of...
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CMSA Math Science Literature Lecture Series

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September 25, 2020      9:00 am
Speaker: Camillo De Lellis - Institute for Advanced Study

TITLE: Area-minimizing integral currents and their regularity ABSTRACT: Caccioppoli sets and integral currents (their generalization in higher codimension) were introduced in the late fifties and early sixties to give a general...
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CMSA Math Science Literature Lecture Series

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September 28, 2020      12:30 pm
Speaker: Michael Freedman - Microsoft - Station Q

TITLE: A personal story of the 4D Poincare conjecture. ABSTRACT: The proof of PC4 involved the convergence of several historical streams.  To get started: high dimensional manifold topology (Smale), a new...
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CMSA Math Science Literature Lecture Series

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September 28, 2020      9:00 am
Speaker: Harry Shum - Tsinghua University

TITLE: From Deep Learning to Deep Understanding ABSTRACT: In this talk I will discuss a couple of research directions for robust AI beyond deep neural networks. The first is the need...
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CMSA Math Science Literature Lecture Series

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September 30, 2020      12:00 pm
Speaker: Ralph Cohen - Stanford University

TITLE: Immersions of manifolds and homotopy theory ABSTRACT: The interface between the study of the topology of differentiable manifolds and algebraic topology has been one of the richest areas of work...
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