This week's Trivial Notions will be Tuesday at 1:30 pm in SC 232.
|30 September 2021||Jit Wu Yap||Equidistribution and Arithmetic Dynamics|
|7 October 2021||Elliot Glazer||How many times can you flip a coin?|
|14 October 2021||Sam Marks||Decision theory|
|21 October 2021||Taeuk Nam||Solving Avalon|
|28 October 2021||Jenny Kaufmann||ALGORITHMSHORTESTCOMMONSUPERSTRINGREEDYFORAPPROXIMATING|
|4 November 2021||Leon Liu||Somethings about (Homotopy) Type Theory|
|11 November 2021||Rafael Saavedra||The Nielsen--Thurston Classification|
|18 November 2021||Leon Liu||Chern--Weil Theory, characteristic classes, and differential cohomology|
|2 December 2021||Sasha Petrov||An application of algebraic geometry to homotopy groups of spheres|
|8 February 2022||Natalie Stewart||From Q to R: A leisurely review of Cauchy completion|
|15 February 2022||Elliot Glazer||The Strong Law of Uncountable Numbers|
|22 February 2022||Sanath Devalapurkar||Coherent reflections of combinatorics|
|1 March 2022||Amanda Burcroff||Frieze Your Brain|
|8 March 2022||Grant Barkley||Bott Periodicity|
|22 March 2022||Rafael Saavaedra||Fiat lux (The Illumination Problem)|
|29 March 2022||Charles Wang||Disassembling the Mandelbrot Set|
|5 April 2022||Taeuk Nam||Moduli Problems and Stacks|
|12 April 2022||Leon Liu||Link homologies, braid group action, and Soergel bimodules|
|19 April 2022||Rosie Shen||Hodge theory for elliptic curves|
|26 April 2022||Eunice Sukarto||Math H104: Introduction to real analysis|
|03 May 2022||Keeley Hoek||Vector-free linear algebra|
The Trivial Notions seminar is held once a week in the Mathematics Department at Harvard University. The target audience is the graduate student body of the Department, and those giving talks are (almost always) graduate students in the Department. Talks can be on any topic, but they should be accessible to graduate students!
The seminar is a great way to find out what other students are thinking about. It's also a great way to practice talking mathematics in front of others, without the distraction of scary professors in the audience.
The seminar is organized this year by Grant Barkley and Clair Xinle Dai. Please send one of them an email if you have questions or would like to give a talk.
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