## So Cal Algebraic Geometry Seminar 2014 on Nov. 15

Southern California Algebraic Geometry Seminar (SoCalAGS) 2014 on November 15, 2014 in AP&M 6402.

Southern California Algebraic Geometry Seminar (SoCalAGS) 2014 on November 15, 2014 in AP&M 6402.

Summer School in Mathematical Biology: Spatial Problems from Cells to Tissues to Flocks. Monday, 9/22/2014 - Friday, 9/26/2014 in AP&M 6402, UCSD. For more information visit http://physics.ucsd.edu/~bcamley/mathbiosummerschool.html or you may email Bo Li at: bli@math.ucsd.edu

New Mathematics Graduate Student Orientation begins the week of September 16: tours, trainings, announcements, and campus-wide events. Details available at orientation website.

On Thursday April 3rd and Friday April 4th, the UCSD Department of Mathematics will host its annual Open House for prospective graduate students who have been admitted for Fall 2015. The schedule of events is packed with two days of activities for prospective mathematics Ph.D. students. Program information is now available. Attendance restricted to invited students.

The New Undergraduate Math Orientation will take place Tuesday, September 30.

Freshmen Orientation - 11:00am to 12:00pm

Transfer Orientation - 1:00pm to 2:00pm

The Orientations will be taking place in room B402A in the APM basement.

**2:00pm** • AP&M 7421

**Valentijn Karemaker**

Hecke algebra isomorphisms and adelic points on algebraic groups

Math 209 - Number Theory

**4:00pm** • AP&M 6402

**Bernd Sturmfels**

The Euclidean Distance Degree

Math 295 - Mathematics Colloquium

**2:30pm** • AP&M 7218

**Jie Wang**

Generic vanishing of Koszul cohomology: some recent progress

Algebraic Geometry Seminar

**3:00pm** • AP&M 7218

**Arturo Pianzola**

What is an affine Kac-Moody Lie algebra? (D'apres Demazure-Grothendieck; circa 1963)

Algebra Colloquium

Enumerative and Algebraic Comb, Mathematical Logic, Computer Science, Hybrid Control

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