Georgia Topology Conference
The Georgia Topology Conference has been hosted by the University of Georgia since 1961.
The 2016 Georgia Topology conference will focus on Parameterized Morse Theory in Low-Dimensional and Symplectic Topology.
It will take place May 25-29, 2016.
Robert Rumely was named a member of the 2016 Class of Fellows of the American Mathematical Society.
He was cited for his contributions to arithmetic potential theory, computational number theory, and arithmetic dynamics.
The 2015 UGA Math Department Career Day will be held on Monday, 12 October beginning at 5:30PM. This year's event will take place in the Sloth lobby of Boyd. Please register in Room 323.
We currently have 5 companies scheduled. These companies are recruiting math students for jobs and/or summer internships. Be sure to bring along a resume!
Professor Persi Diaconis, Harvard University
Dr. Diaconis's first lecture, for a general audience, is co-sponsored by the Humanities Center, under its Humanities Science Interface Initiative. In this talk, Dr. Diaconis will discuss how coincidences can astound us, affecting where we live and what we do. In addition to reviewing relevant work of Freud and Jung, he will show how, sometimes, a bit of quantitative thinking can show that coincidences are not so surprising after all.
Professor Kenneth A. Ribet, University of California at Berkeley
Wednesday, November 8, 1995, 4:30 p.m.
Physics Building, Room 202
"Fermat's Last Theorem"
Professor Jerrold Marsden, California Institue of Technology
Wednesday, October 23, 1996, 4:00 p.m.
Forest Resources, Room 100
"Introduction to Mechanics and Dynamics"
Professor John W. Milnor SUNY, Stony Brook
Wednesday, October 8, 1997, 4:00 p.m. Physics Building, Room 202
"Pasting Together Julia Sets"
Professor Gilles I. Pisier, University of Paris VI
and Texas A & M University
Wednesday, December 2, 1998, 4:30 p.m. Physics Building, Room 202
"The Halmos problem"
Thursday, December 3, 1998, 4:00 p.m. Boyd Graduate Studies Research Center, Room 328
"Similarity problems and lengths of operator algebras"
Friday, December 4, 1998, 4:30 p.m. Boyd Graduate Studies Research Center, Room 328
"Operator spaces and applications"