Run by Profs. Carolyn Abott, Ruth Charney, Kiyoshi Igusa, and Daniel Ruberman. For fall 2021, talks will be held in person at 2pm on Tuesdays in room 317 Goldsmith Hall. Talks are also listed on the Boston Topology Seminars Calendar. All talks will also be on Zoom. Password hint: negatively curved (in algebra and geometry)
Run by Profs. Dmitry Kleinbock and Lam Pham. If you are interested in giving a talk or attending the seminar, please send an email to one of the organizers. We will give you the Zoom link and include you in the mailing list for future talks. In fall 2021, the talks will meet remotely on Thursdays from 12:15pm-1:30pm.
Run by Prof. Bong Lian. Meets twice each semester, Thursdays at 4:30pm, remotely. Email email@example.com for the virtual link.
A series of lectures or mini-courses offered by Prof. Joël Bellaïche. The talks are designed to introduce students to a current area of research. Specific dates are to be determined.
The Eisenbud Lectures in Mathematics and Physics are the result of a generous donation by Leonard and Ruth-Jean Eisenbud, intended for a yearly set of lectures by an eminent physicist or mathematician working close to the interface of the two subjects. Future dates are to be determined for 2021.