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Session 4

Charles Camacho, Julia Pevtsova
Wednesday, October 30, 2019 - 4:30pm to 5:30pm
PDL C-36
Me with the Klein quartic sculpture at the MSRI in Berkeley, CA
With the Klein quartic sculpture at the MSRI in Berkeley, CA
Julia Pevtsova

Please join us for a pair of presentations from researchers here in the department!

This time we will be hearing from

Charles Camacho
Combinatorics in Topology and Geometry

Julia Pevtstova
Representation Theory

They will be speaking to us about their research and what it's like to be one of their students. As always, there will be food provided after the seminar, so please come by as we explore the research that is happening right here at UW math!

Current Topics is a seminar aimed primarily at first- and second-year students who are interested in learning about what research paths are available to them at UW as well as what different professors require of their students and how they view the mentor-student relationship. Please join us weekly for a pair of brief talks aimed at getting you into mathematics research at UW.

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