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Pure Mathematics Seminars

All seminars will take place on Wednesday at 2 pm in Horton LT1, unless stated otherwise. Here is a campus plan.Tea will be served after the seminar at 3pm in Room 237 of the McCrea  Building. All are welcome!

Spring Term 2018

January 10: No Seminar!

January 17: Brent Everitt (York) !!Cancelled!!

January 24: Sam Chow (York)

January 31: Christopher Frei (Manchester)

February 7: Dan Segal (Oxford)

February 14: Sofia Lindqvist (Oxford)

February 21: Amanda Cameron (Leipzig)

February 28: Philip Dittmann (Oxford)

March 7: Victor Beresnevich (York)

March 14: Eugene Shargorodsky (Kings College)

March 21:

Summer 2018:

May 2: Matthew Tointon (Cambridge)

May 9: Brent Everitt (York)

"(Co)Homology of arrangements"

Abstract: An arrangement is a finite collection of linear hyperplanes in some vector space. In this talk we survey a number of different answers to the question, “what is the cohomology of an arrangement?”

May 16: Martin Liebeck (Imperial College)

 

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