Northwestern University Mathematical Calendar
Geometry/Physics Seminar
Year 2014-2015


Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Geometry/Physics Seminar       Lunt 107, 3:00pm
Gaëtan Borot,   Max-Planck Institute for Mathematics, Bonn
Title: Topological recursion and enumerative geometry (note unusual time)
Abstract and details available


Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Geometry/Physics Seminar       Lunt 105, 4:00pm
Gaëtan Borot,   Max-Planck Institute for Mathematics, Bonn
Title: Asymptotic expansion in beta matrix models (joint with Analysis Seminar)
Abstract and details available


Thursday, October 2, 2014

Geometry/Physics Seminar       Lunt 101, 2:00pm
Yanki Lekili,   UIC
Title: Pretalk: An introduction to symplectic cohomology
Contact info here
Geometry/Physics Seminar       Lunt 107, 4:00pm
Yanki Lekili,   UIC
Title: Equivariant Lagrangian branes and Representations
Abstract and details available


Thursday, October 9, 2014

Geometry/Physics Seminar       Lunt 101, 2:00pm
Eric Zaslow,   Northwestern University
Title: A Smorgasbord of Topics for the Seminar
Abstract and details available
Geometry/Physics Seminar       Lunt 107, 4:00pm
Eric Zaslow,   Northwestern University
Title: The Hitchin System, the Airy Equation, the Trefoil, and a Cluster Variety
Abstract and details available


Thursday, October 16, 2014

Geometry/Physics Seminar       Lunt 101, 2:00pm
Mihnea Popa,   Northwestern
Title: Pretalk: (Generic) vanishing theorems
Abstract and details available
Geometry/Physics Seminar       Lunt 107, 4:00pm
Mihnea Popa,   Northwestern
Title: Recent results on holomorphic one-forms
Abstract and details available


Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Geometry/Physics Seminar       Lunt 105, 3:00pm
Ezra Getzler,   Northwestern University
Title: Higher Lie groupoids I
Abstract and details available


Thursday, October 23, 2014

Geometry/Physics Seminar       Lunt 101, 2:00pm
Alex Küronya,   Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Title: Pretalk: Positivity concepts in projective geometry
Abstract and details available
Geometry/Physics Seminar       Lunt 107, 4:00pm
Alex Küronya,   Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Title: Kodaira vanishing for partially ample line bundles
Abstract and details available


Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Geometry/Physics Seminar       Lunt 105, 3:00pm
Ezra Getzler,   Northwestern University
Title: Higher Lie groupoids II
Abstract and details available


Thursday, October 30, 2014

Geometry/Physics Seminar       Lunt 107, 4:00pm
Ezra Getzler,   Northwestern University
Title: Higher moment maps and classical field theory
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Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Geometry/Physics Seminar       Lunt 105, 3:00pm
Ezra Getzler,   Northwestern University
Title: Higher Lie groupoids III
Abstract and details available


Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Geometry/Physics Seminar       Lunt 105, 3:00pm
Ezra Getzler,   Northwestern
Title: Higher Lie groupoids IV
Abstract and details available


Thursday, November 13, 2014

Geometry/Physics Seminar       Lunt 101, 2:00pm
Paul Hacking,   UMass Amherst
Title: Geometry of cluster algebras
Abstract and details available
Geometry/Physics Seminar       Lunt 107, 4:00pm
Paul Hacking,   UMass Amherst
Title: Mirror symmetry and cluster algebras
Abstract and details available


Thursday, November 20, 2014

Geometry/Physics Seminar       Lunt 107, 4:00pm
Linhui Shen,   Northwestern University
Title: Configurations, potentials, components and canonical bases
Abstract and details available


Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Geometry/Physics Seminar       Lunt 105, 3:00pm
Ezra Getzler,   Northwestern
Title: Courant Algebroids
Abstract and details available


Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Geometry/Physics Seminar       Lunt 101, 2:00pm
Stefan Schreieder,   University of Bonn
Title: Theta divisors with curve summands and the Schottky problem
Abstract and details available


Thursday, February 5, 2015

Geometry/Physics Seminar       Annenberg G29, 2:00pm
Ben Antieau,   UIC
Title: Dg categories, Hochschild cohomology, and the twisted Brauer space
Abstract and details available
Geometry/Physics Seminar       Lunt 107, 4:00pm
Ben Antieau,   UIC
Title: Derived categories of elliptic fibrations
Abstract and details available


Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Geometry/Physics Seminar       Lunt 107, 1:00pm
Dimitri Zvonkine,   CNRS, Jussieu
Title: Minicourse Lecture I: Introduction to moduli spaces of curves
Special Note: Mini-course for graduate students (and others)
Abstract and details available


Thursday, February 12, 2015

Geometry/Physics Seminar       Annenberg G32, 1:00pm
Dimitri Zvonkine,   CNRS, Jussieu
Title: Minicourse Lecture II: The tautological cohomology ring
Special Note: Mini-course for graduate students (and others)
Abstract and details available
Geometry/Physics Seminar       Lunt 107, 4:00pm
Stavros Garoufaludis,   Georgia Tech
Title: Quantum modularity and complex Chern-Simons theory
Abstract and details available


Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Geometry/Physics Seminar       Lunt 107, 1:00pm
Dimitri Zvonkine,   CNRS, Jussieu
Title: Minicourse Lecture III: The ELSV formula
Special Note: Mini-course for graduate students (and others)
Abstract and details available


Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Geometry/Physics Seminar       Lunt 107, 3:00pm
Dimitri Zvonkine,   CNRS, Jussieu
Title: An ELSV formula for the space of r-spin structures.
Abstract and details available


Thursday, February 19, 2015

Geometry/Physics Seminar       Annenberg G32, 1:00pm
Dimitri Zvonkine,   CNRS, Jussieu
Title: Minicourse Lecture IV: Double ramification cycles
Special Note: Mini-course for graduate students (and others)
Abstract and details available
Geometry/Physics Seminar       Lunt 105, 4:00pm
Dimitri Zvonkine,   CNRS, Jussieu
Title: Pixton's conjecture on double ramification cycles
Abstract and details available


Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Geometry/Physics Seminar       Lunt 107, 3pm
Bruno Klingler,   Jussieu
Title: Bi-algebraic geometry and its application to Diophantine problems
Abstract and details available


Thursday, April 2, 2015

Geometry/Physics Seminar       Annenberg G29, 2:00pm
Claire Voisin,   CNRS and IAS
Title: Pre-talk: Introduction to Chow groups
Contact info here
Geometry/Physics Seminar       Lunt 107, 4:00pm
Claire Voisin,   CNRS and IAS
Title: Universally defined cycles
Abstract and details available


Thursday, April 9, 2015

Geometry/Physics Seminar       Lunt 107, 4:00pm
Clemens Koppensteiner,   Northwestern
Title: A Microlocal Characterization of Perverse Coherent Sheaves
Abstract and details available


Thursday, April 30, 2015

Geometry/Physics Seminar       Annenberg G29, 2:00pm
Junecue Suh,   UC Santa Cruz
Title: Pre-talk: Esnault and Viehweg's proof of the Kodaira vanishing theorem
Abstract and details available
Geometry/Physics Seminar       Lunt 107, 4:00pm
Junecue Suh,   UC Santa Cruz
Title: Kawamata-Viehweg type vanishing theorems with coefficients, with focus on applications
Abstract and details available


Thursday, May 14, 2015

Geometry/Physics Seminar       Lunt 107, 4:00pm
Nicolò Sibilla,   University of British Columbia
Title: The topological Fukaya category and mirror symmetry for toric Calabi-Yau threefolds
Abstract and details available


Thursday, May 28, 2015

Geometry/Physics Seminar       Lunt 107, 4:00pm
Tyler Kelly,   Cambridge University
Title: Toric Mirror Constructions and Derived Equivalence
Abstract and details available


Thursday, June 4, 2015

Geometry/Physics Seminar       Lunt 107, 4:00pm
Paolo Rossi,   Institut de Mathématiques de Bourgogne, Dijon
Title: Double ramification cycles and quantum integrable hierarchies
Abstract and details available


Friday, August 21, 2015

Geometry/Physics Seminar       Lunt 107, 4:00pm
Conan Leung,   Chinese University of Hong Kong
Title: Witten deformation and the scattering diagram in the A-model
Abstract and details available



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