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Igor Rivin speaking at the Geometry and Dynamics seminar at Penn State

Igor will be speaking in the Geometry and Dynamics Seminar at Penn State on November 28th, on the topic of “counting curves on usually hyperbolic) surfaces.”

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Dave Futer’s talk at Penn

This Thursday, March 29, Dave Futer is speaking in the geometry-topology seminar at UPenn. The talk will be in DRL 4C8 at 4:30 PM. Title: The Jones polynomial and surfaces far from fibers Abstract: This talk explores relations between colored … Continue reading

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Igor Rivin’s colloquium at Brown University

Igor will speak at the Brown University Mathematics Colloquium on March 21. Title: How thin is thin Abstract: I will discuss some recent work (some of it joint with I. Capdeboscq, E. Fuchs, and P. Sarnak) on random subgroups of … Continue reading

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Igor’s talk at CUNY grad center.

Igor Rivin is speaking at the CUNY graduate center Complex Analysis and Dynamics seminar on: Critical Points of Random Polynomials.

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Workshop on Discrete Geometry at FU Berlin Oct 24-Oct 27 2011

http://www.math.fu-berlin.de/groups/discgeom/events/workshop2011.html

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