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Graduate Student Seminars

**1-2-3 Seminar** is a place where students can talk about topics near and dear to ourselves, geared towards engaging audiences that are graduate students across different fields. The format of each talk will be three examples in increasing complexity (1-2-3), presented with an emphasis on quality and engagement. For the year 2022-2023, the 1-2-3 Seminar is organized by Leo Mayer and Haoming Ning. If you would like the opportunity to present, please contact us!

**Algebraic Geometry Student's Seminar **(**Wednesdays 4:15-5:15pm** followed by a short Q/A session with speaker) at **CMU 230**. The seminar will feature weekly talks ranging from various basic to research level topics in Algebraic Geometry by students in the Math Department with the intention of creating a community to exchange ideas in the subject. The seminar is currently being organised by Arkamouli Debnath. If you would like to give a talk please contact Arkamouli.

**Back-To-School Seminar**. Over the summer the graduate students have learned many new and interesting topics, whether it be at a conference, at a summer school, through a reading course, or just on their own. The Back-To-School seminar is a place where we can share what we have learned with our fellow graduate students. The seminar is aimed at all of the graduate students, not just experts in your discipline, and so the talks should be widely accessible. Talks are of 50 minute length, with 10 minutes for questions afterwards.

**Combinatorial Algebraic Geometry Seminar** is a weekly research seminar co-organized by Cameron Wright and Andrew Tawfeek. Seminars run **weekly on Fridays** in **Thomson Hall (THO) 325** from **10:30AM** **to 11:50AM**. *Talks often are 50-minutes in length, with the remaining 30-minutes used for discussion.*

**DubTop Seminar** is a weekly seminar where graduate students collectively do a deep dive into a topic in algebraic topology. Each quarter has a different focus. For autumn 2023, our chosen topic is the Steenrod Algebra and Cohomology Operations, and we meet **weekly on Fridays** in **PDL C38** from **2:30pm to 3:30pm**. This seminar is organized by Alex Waugh.

**Geometry and Dynamics Seminar** runs Thursdays during Winter quarter and is led by Albert Artiles.

**Graduate Student Analysis Seminar (GSAS)** is a low-stakes forum organized *by* and *for* graduate students to share their interests and professional experiences in the field of mathematical analysis. Among its primary goals are (1) to provide a *safe space* for graduate students to expound their knowledge of special topics in analysis with minimal pressure and no judgement, and (2) to build *community* among those interested in analysis by providing them a forum in which to learn about their peers' research interests. Our** Winter Quarter 2023 meetings** will take place from **12:30 to 1:20 pm in Padelford C-401.** Graduate students from all departments are welcomed! To receive announcements about upcoming talks and other GSS-sponsored events, please contact Ryan Bushling.

## Past Events

- Back-To-School Seminar (Tracy Chin) -
- Student's Algebraic Geometry Seminar: A Beginners Guide to the Derived Category (Brian Nugent (University of Washington)) -
- 1-2-3 Seminar: Tilings, Sortings, and Weaving Patterns (Herman Chau, University of Washington) -
- 1-2-3 Seminar: Discrete Curvatures (Junaid Hasan, University of Washington) -
- Equidistribution of repelling periodic points in non-archimedean dynamics (Lorenzo Bottiglione, University of Washington) -
- Algebraic Geometry Student's Seminar - How to take quotients in Algebraic Geometry? (aka Geometric Invariant Theory) (Arkamouli Debnath, University of Washington ) -
- 1-2-3 Seminar: Stacking bug eyes (Ting Gong, University of Washington) -
- The Anisotropic Gaussian Isoperimetric Inequality and Ehrhard Symmetrization (Kuan-Ting Yeh, University of Washington) -
- Algebraic Geometry Student's Seminar : Brauer Groups and Quotient Stacks (Ting Gong, University of Washington ) -
- 1-2-3 Seminar: What is a cohomology operation? (Alex Waugh, University of Washington) -
- Quantitative control of the epsilon-function determines regularity (Emily Casey, University of Washington) -
- Algebraic Geometry Student's Seminar - Equidistribution of repelling periodic points in non-archimedean dynamics (Lorenzo Bottiglione (University of Washington)) -
- 1-2-3 Seminar: Hyperplanes, Posets, and Cohomology, Oh My! (Cameron Wright, University of Washington) -
- Volumes on Tropical Jacobians (Junaid Hasan, University of Washington) -
- Algebraic Geometry Student's Seminar : What is...a flip? (Sándor Kovács, University of Washington) -
- 1-2-3 Seminar:
*Real*Algebraic Geometry (Tracy Chin, University of Washington) - - Topological Mating of CRTs & Geometry of Brownian Excursion (Linhang Huang, University of Washington) -
- Algebraic Geometry Student's Seminar : Realizable Degree Sets of Superelliptic Curves over Henselian Fields (Alex Wang, University of Washington) -
- 1-2-3 Seminar: Eigenvalues and Much More (Tyson Klingner, University of Washington) -
- Students' Algebraic Geometry Seminar : Brill-Noether theory (Brian Nugent, University of Washington) -
- AI and the future of mathematics (Jesse Michael Han) -
- 1-2-3 Seminar: An Exploration of Math and Recreation (Tony Zeng, University of Washington) -
- Calderón Problem with quasilinear anisotropic conductivity (Ruirui Wu, University of Washington) -
- 1-2-3 Seminar: A Gentle Introduction to Optimal Transport (Garrett Mulcahy, University of Washington) -
- 1-2-3 Seminar: Lie algebras and tensor products (Justin Bloom, University of Washington) -
- 1-2-3 Seminar: Koszul Duality, Operads, and Young Tableaux (Cody Tipton, University of Washington) -
- GSAS: Lightning Talks (Ryan Bushling, Emily Casey, Linhang Huang, Garrett Mulcahy, Jacob Ogden, Ignacio Tejeda, Kevin Tully ) -
- 1-2-3 Seminar: Euclidean Steiner Trees (Joe Rogge, University of Washington) -
- Schrödinger Degeneracies of Lattice Potentials (Curtiss Lyman, University of Washington) -
- 1-2-3 Seminar: What the Hopf? (Jackson Morris, University of Washington) -
- Activated Random Walk in a Supercritical Configuration (Maddy Brown, University of Washington) -
- 1-2-3 Seminar: 27 Lines on a Cubic Surface —— via Classifying Spaces!? (Michael Zeng, University of Washington) -
- The Fractional Anisotropic Calderón Problem (Kevin Tully, University of Washington) -
- 1-2-3 Seminar: Modular Representations or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Klein 4 group (Justin Bloom, University of Washington) -
- Constant rank theorems for elliptic PDEs (Jacob Ogden, University of Washington) -
- 1-2-3 Seminar: What is a moduli space? (Arkamouli Debnath, University of Washington) -
- Anisotropic Gaussian Measures and Ehrhard Symmetrization (Kuan-Ting Yeh, University of Washington ) -
- 1-2-3 Seminar: A tropical framework for using Porteous' formula (Andrew Tawfeek, University of Washington) -
- Symbolic Dynamics & Quadratic Laminations on the Circle (Linhang Huang, University of Washington) -
- 1-2-3 Seminar: Primes, p-adics, and an exploration of local fields (Alexander Wang, University of Washington) -
- Lightning Talks in Analysis (Emily Casey, Garrett Mulcahy, Ignacio Tejeda, Jacob Ogden, Linhang Huang, Ryan Bushling, Silvia Ghinassi) -
- 1-2-3 Seminar: Statistical physics: what and how to study for random stuff (Linhang Huang, University of Washington) -
- Algebraic Geometry Student's Seminar : A Leisurely Introduction to Algebraic K-Theory (Michael Zeng, University of Washington ) -
- Runge approximation and its application in Calderón type inverse problems (Ruirui Wu, University of Washington) -
- Algebraic Geometry Student's Seminar : Hodge Structures: what are they and where to find them (Ting Gong, University of Washington) -
- Expected Stopping Time for Lévy Processes on Manifolds (Kevin Tully, University of Washington) -
- Algebraic Geometry Student's Seminar : Introduction to Gröbner Bases (Dhruv Bhatia, University of Washington) -
- Laminations, Balloon Animals & Sewing Up Holes - Conformal Embedding of Trees (Linhang Huang, University of Washington) -
- Algebraic Geometry Student's Seminar : An Introduction to Complex Algebraic Geometry (Tyson Klingner, University of Washington) -
- Smooth Averaging and a Fourier Inequality (Sean Richardson, University of Washington) -