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Linde Hall Inaugural Math Symposium

Linde dedication postdocs and students

Friday, February 22 - Sunday, February 24, 2019
Ronald and Maxine Linde Hall of Mathematics and Physics at Caltech

The Linde Hall Inaugural Math Symposium at Caltech will be held on February 22-24, 2019 to celebrate the opening of the newly remodeled Ron and Maxine Linde Hall of Mathematics and Physics. Nine distinguished speakers representing different areas of Mathematics will each give a one hour lecture during the symposium. There will be two lectures on the afternoon of Friday, February 22, five lectures during Saturday, with three in the morning and two in the afternoon, and two lectures on the morning of Sunday, February 24. During lunch on Saturday there will be a poster session for students and postdocs.


Speakers (in alphabetical order)

Michael Aschbacher 
Caltech

The finite simple groups and their classification [Abstract]

Free University of Berlin
Vanishing Theorems for étale sheaves  [Abstract]
 
UCSD
On the conjecture of Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer [Abstract]
University of Bonn
Amenable actions and rigidity [Abstract]

École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
L-functions, moments and subconvexity [Abstract]
Texas A & M 
Gap and Type problems in Fourier analysis [Abstract]

Caltech
Fifty Years of the Spectral Theory of Schrödinger Operators [Abstract]

UCLA
The global regularity problem for Navier-Stokes [Abstract]

Harvard 
Cantor’s Continuum Hypothesis [Abstract]

Organizing Committee

Dinakar Ramakrishnan (chair), Alexander Kechris, Nikolai Makarov, and Xinwen Zhu

Questions? Please contact the organizing committee at lindemathsymp [at] caltech [dot] edu

Getting here

Directions to campus and parking information can be found here

Agenda & Poster [Please note small schedule changes in red]

(click here to download PDF)