Weekly Seminars | Fall 2018
Thursday, October 11, 2018
Time | Location | Seminar | Speaker | Title |
11:00 | NKRS 356 | Algebra Seminar | Menake Wijerathne | Classification of Irreducible Admissible MOD-P Representation of GL_{2}(Q_{p}) |
2:00 | NKRS 356 | Potpourri Seminar | Kalpa Madhawa | Octonions and the rolling ball - Part 3 |
Thursday, October 4, 2018
Time | Location | Seminar | Speaker | Title |
11:00 | NKRS 356 | Algebra Seminar | Kwangho Choiy | Arthur's conjecture on R-groups for simply connected p-adic SU(n), Spin(n) and their inner forms (Talk I and II)*(Abstract below.) Part 2 |
2:00 | NKRS 356 | Potpourri Seminar | Kalpa Madhawa | Octonions and the rolling ball - Part 2 |
*The three R-groups: Knapp-Stein, Langlands-Arthur, and Endoscopic, play a crucial role in the study of reducibility of parabolic induction of algebraic groups over a local field and contribute to the endoscopic classification of automorphic representations of those over global fields. In talk I and II, we shall introduce those R-groups, and discuss a conjectural isomorphism between the Knapp-Stein and Langlands-Arthur R-groups, so-called Arthur's conjecture, mainly focusing on simply connected cases - p-adic SU(n), Spin(n) and their inner forms. These talks are based on joint work with D. Goldberg and another with D. Ban and D. Goldberg.
Thursday, September 27, 2018
Time | Location | Seminar | Speaker | Title |
11:00 | NKRS 356 | Algebra Seminar | Kwangho Choiy | Arthur's conjecture on R-groups for simply connected p-adic SU(n), Spin(n) and their inner forms (Talk I and II)*(Abstract below.) |
2:00 | NKRS 356 | Potpourri Seminar | Kalpa Madhawa | Octonions and the rolling ball |
*The three R-groups: Knapp-Stein, Langlands-Arthur, and Endoscopic, play a crucial role in the study of reducibility of parabolic induction of algebraic groups over a local field and contribute to the endoscopic classification of automorphic representations of those over global fields. In talk I and II, we shall introduce those R-groups, and discuss a conjectural isomorphism between the Knapp-Stein and Langlands-Arthur R-groups, so-called Arthur's conjecture, mainly focusing on simply connected cases - p-adic SU(n), Spin(n) and their inner forms. These talks are based on joint work with D. Goldberg and another with D. Ban and D. Goldberg.
Thursday, September 20, 2018
Time | Location | Seminar | Speaker | Title |
11:00 | NKRS 356 | Algebra Seminar | Wesley Calvert | Improving a result of Maltsev on Heisenberg Groups - Part 3 |
2:00 | NKRS 356 | Potpourri Seminar | K.V. Shajesh | Towards Understanding Topological Insulators in a Classical Setting - Part 3 |
Thursday, September 13, 2018
Time | Location | Seminar | Speaker | Title |
11:00 | NKRS 356 | Algebra Seminar | Cancelled this week | |
2:00 | NKRS 356 | Potpourri Seminar | K.V. Shajesh | Towards Understanding Topological Insulators in a Classical Setting - Part 2 of 3 |
Thursday, September 6, 2018
Time | Location | Seminar | Speaker | Title |
11:00 |
NKRS 356 |
Algebra |
Wesley Calvert |
Improving a result of Maltsev on Heisenberg Groups* - Part 2 |
2:00 |
NKRS 356 |
Potpourri Seminar |
K.V. Shajesh |
Towards Understanding Topological Insulators in a Classical Setting |
Thursday, August 30, 2018
Time | Location | Seminar | Speaker | Title |
11:00 | NKRS 356 | Algebra Seminar | Wesley Calvert | Improving a result of Maltsev on Heisenberg Groups* |
*Abstract: In the 1930s, Maltsev proved that the Heisenberg group of a field, even considered as an abstract group, carries a lot of information about the field. Indeed, in unpublished work from 2005, Calvert, Harizanov, Knight, and Morozov showed that, using any non‐commuting pair of elements as parameters, one can define a field in this abstract group which is isomorphic to the original field. Those parameters matter, though, and can create significant technical difficulties when we try to apply this result.
Using some recent work of Harrison‐Trainor, Melnikov, Miller, and Montalban on computable functors and effective interpretations, we have recently improved this result. We now have an interpretation of the original field with no parameters at all. This highly uniform result is an improvement over what we knew before, and tells us that even 2‐step nilpotent groups are even more complicated than we knew.
Spring 2018 - Weekly Seminars
Thursday, March 8, 2018
Time | Location | Seminar | Speaker | Title |
12:00 | NKRS 356 | SAM Seminar | Saeed Althubti | Stability of SFDEs with Infinite Memory |
Thursday, February 22, 2018
Time | Location | Seminar | Speaker | Title |
12:00 | NKRS 356 | SAM Seminar | Saeed Althubti | Moment Properties of DFDEs with Infinite Memory |
Thursday, February 8, 2018
Time | Location | Seminar | Speaker | Title |
12:00 | NKRS 356 | SAM Seminar | Saeed Althubti | L^{p} Theory of SFDEs with Infinite Memory |
Thursday, October 12, 2017
Time | Location | Seminar | Speaker | Title |
2:00 | NKRS 356 | Potpourri Seminar | Mohammad Sayeh, SIUC Electrical and Computer Engineering | The Residue Number System and Applications |
Wednesday, August 23, 2017
Post-Eclipse Mini-Symposium on Mathematical Physics
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This is an impromptu event and our invitation is extended to all interested in active participating in this event, including the mathematicians and physicists post-elliptically strayed in Carbondale.
Interested speakers are asked to contact Jerzy Kocik at jkocik@siu.edu with a title, a short abstract and suggested length of the talk (20 min and up).
The topic is open but preference is given to new ideas presented in a way interesting to non-experts. Stimulating conversation and exchange of ideas is the intended character of this meeting.
Graduate students are encouraged to attend.
Speakers
Louis Kaufman, Univeristy of Illinois at Chicago
Thursday, April 20, 2017
Time | Location | Seminar | Speaker | Title |
12:00 | NKRS 356 | SAM Seminar | ||
2:00 | NKRS 356 | Potpourri Seminar |
Thursday, April 13, 2017
Time | Location | Seminar | Speaker | Title |
12:00 | NKRS 356 | SAM Seminar | Thomas Campbell | Monte Carlo Methods |
2:00 | NKRS 356 | Potpourri Seminar | Mohammad Sayeh | A Primer on Eisenstein Series |
Thursday, April 6, 2017
Time | Location | Seminar | Speaker | Title |
12:00 | NKRS 356 | SAM Seminar | Saeed Althubti | Continuity of SFDE's |
2:00 | NKRS 356 | Potpourri Seminar | Mohammad Sayeh | Optimization with Collective Neurons Part 2 |
Thursday, March 30, 2017
Time | Location | Seminar | Speaker | Title |
12:00 | NKRS 356 | SAM Seminar | Samuel Hoeller | Martingales II |
2:00 | NKRS 356 | Potpourri Seminar | Mohammad Sayeh | Optimization with Collective Neurons |
Thursday, March 23, 2017
Time | Location | Seminar | Speaker | Title |
12:00 | NKRS 356 | SAM Seminar | Saeed Althubti | Continuity of Solutions of SFDEs |
2:00 | NKRS 356 | Potpourri Seminar |
Thursday, March 9, 2017
Time | Location | Seminar | Speaker | Title |
12:00 | NKRS 356 | SAM Seminar | Thomas Campbell | Quadratures with Less Smothness |
2:00 | NKRS 356 | Potpourri Seminar | Borzu Toloui | Game Theory and Quantum Mechanics: Deriving the Born Rule - Continued |
Thursday, March 2, 2017
Time | Location | Seminar | Speaker | Title |
12:00 | NKRS 356 | SAM Seminar | Samuel Hoeller | Martingales |
2:00 | NKRS 356 | Potpourri Seminar | Borzu Toloui | Game Theory and Quantum Mechanics: Deriving the Born Rule - Part 2 |
Thursday, February 23, 2017
Time | Location | Seminar | Speaker | Title |
12:00 | NKRS 356 | SAM Seminar | Saeed Althubti | L^{p}-Theory for SFDEs |
2:00 | NKRS 356 | Potpourri Seminar | Borzu Toloui | Game Theory and Quantum Mechanics: Deriving the Born Rule |
Thursday, February 16, 2017
Time | Location | Seminar | Speaker | Title |
12:00 | NKRS 356 | SAM Seminar | Saeed Althubti | L^p-Theory for SFDEs |
2:00 | NKRS 356 | Potpourri Seminar | John McSorley | Introduction to Game Theory-Part III |
Thursday, February 9, 2017
Time | Location | Seminar | Speaker | Title |
12:00 | NKRS 356 | SAM Seminar | ||
2:00 | NKRS 356 | Potpourri Seminar | John McSorley | Introduction to Game Theory-Part II |
Thursday, February 2, 2017
Time | Location | Seminar | Speaker | Title |
12:00 | NKRS 356 | SAM Seminar | ||
2:00 | NKRS 356 | Potpourri Seminar | John McSorley | Introduction to Game Theory-Part 1 |
Thursday, January 26, 2017
Time | Location | Seminar | Speaker | Title |
12:00 | NKRS 356 | SAM Seminar | ||
2:00 | NKRS 356 | Potpourri Seminar | Jerzy Kocik | Chebyshev and Fibonacci Polynomials from Matrices |
Thursday, December 8, 2016
Time | Location | Seminar | Speaker | Title |
11:00 | NKRS 356 | SAM Seminar | Samuel Hoeller | Conditional Expectation |
2:00 | NKRS 356 | Potpourri Seminar | Jerzy Kocik | Evaluation of graphs from SL(2) - revisited |
Thursday, December 1, 2016
Time | Location | Seminar | Speaker | Title |
2:00 | NKRS 356 | Potpourri Seminar | Kalpa Madhawa | Octonions - An Introduction |
Thursday, November 17, 2016
Time | Location | Seminar | Speaker | Title |
11:00 | NKRS 356 | SAM Seminar | Saeed Althubti | Part 3: Application of Kolmogorov-Centsov Theorem |
12:00 | NKRS 356 | Algebra Seminar | Chathurika Athappatu | Part 2: Duality Theory |
2:00 | NKRS 356 | Potpourri Seminar | Borzu Toloui | Numbers as Games - An Introduction |
Thursday, November 10, 2016
Time | Location | Seminar | Speaker | Title |
11:00 | NKRS 356 | SAM Seminar | Saeed Althubti | Part 2: Application of Kolmogorov-Centsov Theorem |
12:00 | NKRS 356 | Algebra Seminar | Chathurika Athappatu | Duality Theory |
2:00 | NKRS 356 | Potpourri Seminar | Borzu Toloui | Conversation on surreal numbers - Continued |
Thursday, November 3, 2016
Time | Location | Seminar | Speaker | Title |
11:00 | NKRS 356 | SAM Seminar | Saeed Althubti | Application of Kolmogorov-Centsov Theorem |
12:00 | NKRS 356 | Algebra Seminar | Wesley Calvert | Part 3: Strong Jump Inversion |
2:00 | NKRS 356 | Potpourri Seminar | Borzu Toloui | Conversation on surreal numbers |
Thursday, October 27, 2016
Time | Location | Seminar | Speaker | Title |
11:00 | NKRS 356 | SAM Seminar | No seminar this week | |
12:00 | NKRS 356 | Algebra Seminar | Wesley Calvert | Part 2: Strong Jump Inversion |
2:00 | NKRS 356 | Potpourri Seminar | Jerzy Kocik | Part 2: sl(2) and su(2) under Forensic Reconstruction |
Thursday, October 20, 2016
Time | Location | Seminar | Speaker | Title |
11:00 | NKRS 356 | SAM Seminar | Samuel Holler | Part Two: Introduction to Stochastic Processes |
12:00 | NKRS 356 | Algebra Seminar | Wesley Calvert | Strong Jump Inversion |
2:00 | NKRS 356 | Potpourri Seminar | Jerzy Kocik | sl(2) and su(2) under Forensic Reconstruction |
Thursday, October 13, 2016
Time | Location | Seminar | Speaker | Title |
11:00 | NKRS 356 | SAM Seminar | Samuel Holler | Introduction to Stochastic Processes |
12:00 | NKRS 356 | Algebra Seminar | Porter Summers | Representations of GL(2,q), and relevant generalizations |
2:00 | NKRS 356 | Potpourri Seminar | Mohammad Sayeh | "Time" Continued |
Thursday, October 6, 2016
Time | Location | Seminar | Speaker | Title |
11:00 | NKRS 356 | SAM Seminar | Saeed Althubti | Part 6: Stochastic Differential Equation With Memory |
12:00 | NKRS 356 | Algebra Seminar | Kwangho Choiy | Part 3: Restriction of Representations and Local Langlands Correspondence for p-adic Groups |
2:00 | NKRS 356 | Potpourri Seminar |
Mohammad Sayeh |
"Time" |
Thursday, September 29, 2016
Time | Location | Seminar | Speaker | Title |
11:00 | NKRS 356 | SAM Seminar | Saeed Althubti | Part 5: Stochastic Differential Equation With Memory |
12:00 | NKRS 356 | Algebra Seminar | Kwangho Choiy | Part 2: Restriction of Representations and Local Langlands Correspondence for p-adic Groups |
2:00 | NKRS 356 | Potpourri Seminar | Borzumehr Toloui | Part 2: Fibonacci Anyons |
Thursday, September 22, 2016
Time | Location | Seminar | Speaker | Title |
11:00 | NKRS 356 | SAM Seminar | Saeed Althubti | Part 4: Stochastic Differential Equation With Memory |
12:00 | NKRS 356 | Algebra Seminar |
Kwangho Choiy | Part 1:Restriction of Representations and Local Langlands Correspondence for p-adic Groups |
2:00 | NKRS 356 | Potpourri Seminar | Borzumehr Toloui | Fibonacci Anyons |
Thursday, September 15, 2016
Time | Location | Seminar | Speaker | Title |
11:00 | NKRS 356 | SAM Seminar | Saeed Althubti | Part 3: Stochastic Differential Equation With Memory |
12:00 | NKRS 356 | Algebra Seminar |
Dubravka Ban | Principal Series Representations, Part 3 |
2:00 |
NKRS 356 |
Potpourri Seminar |
Phillip Feinsilver |
Fibonacci now, continued |
Thursday, September 8, 2016
Time |
Location |
Seminar |
Speaker |
Title |
11:00 |
NKRS 356 |
SAM Seminar |
Saeed Althubti |
Part 2: Stochastic Differential Equation With Memory |
12:00 |
NKRS 356 |
Algebra Seminar |
Dubravka Ban |
Part 2:Principle Series Representations |
2:00 |
NKRS 356 |
Potpourri Seminar |
Phillip Feinsilver |
Fibonacci Now! |
Thursday, September 1, 2016
Time |
Location |
Seminar |
Speaker |
Title |
11:00 |
NKRS 356 |
SAM Seminar |
Saeed Althubti |
Part I: Stochastic Differential Equation With Memory |
12:00 |
NKRS 356 |
Algebra Seminar |
Dubravka Ban |
Principle Series Representations |
2:00 |
NKRS 356 |
Potpourri Seminar |
John McSorley |
CCC; Coffee, Cakes, and Chat--Organizational Meeting |