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CMSA Mathematical Physics Seminar

CMSA EVENTS

April 6, 2020      3:30 pm
Speaker: Daniel Harlow - MIT

*note unusual time* via Zoom Video Conferencing: https://harvard.zoom.us/j/362172385 Title and Abstract TBA
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Comparing graph complexes and deformation complexes

THURSDAY SEMINAR

April 2, 2020      3:00 pm
Speaker: Sander Kupers - Harvard University

via Zoom Video Conferencing: https://harvard.zoom.us/j/140789806 We finish the computation of the automorphisms of rationalized E_n-operads when n is at least 3, by verifying that the conditions of the Goldman-Millson theorem...
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CMSA Colloquium: Data-driven machine learning approaches to monitor and predict events in healthcare. From population-level disease outbreaks to patient-level monitoring

CMSA EVENTS

April 1, 2020      4:30 pm
Speaker: Mauricio Santillana - Harvard University

Online via Zoom Video Conferencing: https://harvard.zoom.us/meeting/977347126  I will describe data-driven machine learning methodologies that leverage Internet-based information from search engines, Twitter microblogs, crowd-sourced disease surveillance systems, electronic medical records, and weather...
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INFORMAL GEOMETRY AND DYNAMICS

April 1, 2020      4:00 pm
Speaker: Curtis McMullen - Harvard University

via Zoom Video Conferencing:  https://harvard.zoom.us/j/972495373 We will describe how the problem of finding periodic trajectories in a regular pentagon can be solved using a new height on P^1 coming from...
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CMSA Quantum Matter/Quantum Field Theory Seminar: Exploration on Deconfined Fractionalized Particles at Quantum Criticality — Fractional Chern Insulators and Shastry-Sutherland Quantum Magnets

CMSA EVENTS

April 1, 2020      10:30 am
Speaker: Jong Yeon Lee - Harvard University

via Zoom Video Conferencing: https://harvard.zoom.us/j/977347126 One of the most exotic phenomena in condensed matter systems is the emergence of fractionalized particles. However, until now, only a few experimental systems are...
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Liquid Crystals and the Heilmann-Lieb Model

MATHEMATICAL PICTURE LANGUAGE

March 31, 2020      10:00 am
Speaker: Ian Jauslin - Princeton University

via Zoom Video Conferencing:  https://harvard.zoom.us/j/779283357 A liquid crystal is a phase of matter in which order and disorder coexist: for some degrees of freedom, there is order, whereas for others,...
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