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SCAPDE - June 2-3, 2018

The Southern California Analysis and PDE (SCAPDE) 2018 conference will be held June 2-3, 2018 at UCSD. See conference website.

SCNTD - May 12, 2018

The next Southern California Number Theory Day (SCNTD) conference will be held at UCSD on May 12, 2018. Please visit the conference website for further information:

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Spring 2018 Math Qualifying Exam Schedule

Statistics — MAY 21st 1-4pm – AP&M 6402
Algebra — MAY 22nd 9am-12pm – AP&M 6402
Numerical — MAY 23rd 1-4pm – AP&M 6402
Applied Algebra — MAY 24th 9am-12pm – AP&M 5829
Real — MAY 25th 1-4pm – AP&M B412
Complex Analysis — MAY 29th 1-4pm – AP&M 5829
Topology — MAY 30th 9am-12pm – AP&M 6402

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Summer 2018 Undergraduate Research

CURE = Collaborative Undergraduate Research Experience is an intensive 8-week research program that has run each summer since 2013.

In Summer 2018, it will run from July 2 to August 31. The 4 or 5 selected participants will work with a Ph.D. student and faculty mentor, together as a group, on a research problem of current interest. Participants will be paid a stipend of $4,000 for the summer.

Interested applicants should visit the webpage:
and follow the application instructions there.

The deadline to apply is June 1, 2018.

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Monday  •  May 21, 2018

3:00pm  •  AP&M 7218

Jesse Levitt
    The Faithfulness of the Burau Representation and The Jones Unknot Conjecture

Algebra Seminar

Tuesday  •  May 22, 2018

9:45am  •  AP&M 7421

Theodore Drivas
    Remarks on Onsager's Conjecture and Anomalous Dissipation on domains with and without boundaries.

Analysis Seminar

Thursday  •  May 24, 2018

2:00pm  •  AP&M 7421

Jukka Keranen
    L-Functions of Unitary Group Shimura Varieties

Math 209 - Number Theory

4:00pm  •  AP&M 6402

Selim Esedoglu
    Algorithms for mean curvature motion of networks

Math 295 - Mathematics Colloquium

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Cristian Popescu

Number Theory

Arithmetic Algebraic Geometry, Special Values of L-functions

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