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Special Events

Special Events

## Past Events

- Math Undergraduate Graduation Celebration -
Wed, Jun 5 2024 - UW Math Hour Olympiad -
Sun, Jun 2 2024 - Math 381 Service Learning Poster Session (Students in Math 381) -
Wed, May 29 2024 - SMALL BOUNDARIES AND CIRCULAR REASONING (Stefan Steinerberger) -
Sun, May 19 2024 - Slicing space (Cynthia Vinzant) -
Sun, Apr 21 2024 - WXML poster session -
Thu, Mar 7 2024 *Geometric miracles*(Sergey Fomin, University of Michigan) -Sun, Mar 3 2024 - Journeys of Black Mathematicians: Forging Resilience -
Thu, Feb 15 2024 - WXML Poster Session -
Thu, Dec 7 2023 - Special Colloquium -
Thu, Dec 7 2023 - Special Colloquium -
Wed, Dec 6 2023 - Special Colloquium -
Tue, Dec 5 2023 - Special Colloquium -
Mon, Dec 4 2023 - Special Colloquium -
Thu, Nov 30 2023 - Special Colloquium -
Wed, Nov 29 2023 - Special Colloquium -
Tue, Nov 28 2023 - Special Colloquium -
Mon, Nov 27 2023 - Special Colloquium -
Tue, Nov 21 2023 - Special Colloquium -
Mon, Nov 20 2023 - Using monodromy to recover symmetries of polynomial systems (Special seminar talk) (Viktor Korotynskiy, Czech Institute for Informatics and Cybnernetics at Czech Technical University in Prague) -
Tue, Jun 27 2023 - Math Department Undergraduate Graduation Celebration -
Thu, Jun 8 2023 - Girih Tiles: Modern Math in Medieval Islamic Architecture (Peter J. Lu, Harvard University) -
Fri, Apr 21 2023 - UW Math Day -
Mon, Mar 20 2023 - WXML poster session -
Thu, Mar 9 2023 - Modeling the Melt: What math tells us about sea ice and polar ecosystems in a warming climate (Kenneth M. Golden, University of Utah) -
Fri, Feb 24 2023 - Hausdorff dimension of Besicovitch sets of Cantor graphs (Iqra Altaf, University of Chicago) -
Wed, Jun 15 2022 - Three-minute thesis presentations (Abeer Al Ahmadieh, David Clancy, Nico Courts, Kirill Golubnichiy, Sam Roven, Stark Ryan, David Simmons, Lei Xue, and Yihao Zhang, UW) -
Wed, Jun 8 2022 - The Anatomy of a Number (Chaitra H. Nagaraja, Fordham University) -
Fri, May 13 2022 - A world from a sheet of paper (Tadashi Tokieda, Stanford University) -
Fri, Apr 22 2022 - Teaching and Learning Brown Bag: Should we ask or should we tell? (José M. Guzmán, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, University of Washington) -
Thu, Jan 14 2021 - Masters Oral Exam (Olivia Borghi) -
Wed, Jul 15 2020 - UW Math Hour Olympiad: replaced by UW Math Hour talk in 2020 (Cliff Mass) -
Sun, Jun 7 2020 - Life in the software industry: one mathematician's perspective (Craig Citro, Google) -
Thu, Feb 27 2020 - SNOW BUSINESS: SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING IN THE MOVIES AND BEYOND (Joseph Teran, UCLA) -
Fri, Oct 18 2019 - PIMS Hugh C. Morris Lecture: Conditional Expectation and Calderón-Zygmund Operators (Rodrigo Bañuelos, Purdue University) -
Thu, May 23 2019 - The game of SET: finding patterns in differences (Bianca Viray, UW) -
Sun, May 19 2019 - A virtual walk through curved spaces (Elisabetta Matsumoto, Georgia Tech) -
Fri, May 10 2019 - More Data, More (Statistical) Problems (Daniela Witten, University of Washington) -
Fri, Mar 1 2019 - From Jellyfish and Wind Turbines to Genomics: Dealing with Data Extremes in Complex Systems (John O. Dabiri, Stanford University) -
Fri, Nov 9 2018 - Flying High With Math - Career Seminar for Undergraduates (Sharon Arroyo) -
Wed, Oct 24 2018 - Math Department Graduation Open House -
Fri, Jun 8 2018 - WXML Middle School Math Teacher Circle -
Wed, May 16 2018 - WXML Elementary School Math Teacher Circle -
Tue, May 15 2018 - WXML Middle School Math Teacher Circle -
Wed, Apr 18 2018 - Walker-Ames Lecture (Dennis Overbye, New York Times) -
Tue, Apr 17 2018 - WXML Elementary School Math Teacher Circle -
Tue, Apr 17 2018 - WXML Open House -
Fri, Mar 9 2018 - WXML Middle School Math Teacher Circle -
Wed, Mar 7 2018 - WXML Elementary School Math Teacher Circle -
Tue, Mar 6 2018 - Connections and Reconnections: A Link Between Mathematics, Physics and DNA (Mariel Vazquez, UC Davis) -
Fri, Feb 16 2018 - Panel discussion: Mental Health for Grad Students -
Thu, Feb 8 2018 - WXML Middle School Math Teacher Circle -
Wed, Feb 7 2018 - WXML Elementary School Math Teacher Circle -
Tue, Feb 6 2018 - WXML Middle School Math Teacher Circle -
Wed, Jan 10 2018 - WXML Elementary School Math Teacher Circle -
Tue, Jan 9 2018 - WXML Middle School Math Teacher Circle -
Wed, Nov 8 2017 - WXML Elementary School Math Teacher Circle -
Tue, Nov 7 2017 - Renormalization: a BPHZ theorem for stochastic PDEs (Martin Hairer, Imperial College London) -
Wed, Nov 1 2017 - An analyst’s incursion into quantum field theory (Martin Hairer, Imperial College London) -
Tue, Oct 31 2017 - Bridging scales: from microscopic dynamics to macroscopic laws (Martin Hairer, Imperial College London) -
Mon, Oct 30 2017 - Drawing Conclusions From Drawing a Square (Annalisa Crannell, Franklin & Marshall College) -
Fri, Oct 27 2017 - In Remembrance of Stephen Ames Mitchell -
Tue, Oct 3 2017 - Seattle Math Club -
Sun, Oct 1 2017 ,Sun, Oct 15 2017 ,Sun, Nov 5 2017 ,Sun, Nov 19 2017 - Math Hour Olympiad -
Sun, Jun 4 2017 - Applying for academic jobs (Panel (TBA)) -
Thu, May 25 2017 - Triangular Numbers and an interesting Equilibrium. (Mel Currie, NSA) -
Tue, May 16 2017 - Geometry and Light: The Science of Invisibility (Ulf Leonhardt, Weizmann Institute of Science) -
Wed, Apr 12 2017 - A brief introduction to spectral graph theory (John Urschel, Massachusetts Institute of Technology) -
Tue, Mar 28 2017 - Mathday for High School Students -
Mon, Mar 20 2017 - Smarter Tools for (Citi)Bike Sharing (David Shmoys, Cornell University) -
Fri, Dec 2 2016 - Lecture III: Semigroup Spectral Theory and Graph Coloring Games (Fan Chung, University of California, San Diego) -
Thu, Oct 27 2016 - Lecture II: 'Sequences: random, structured or something in between?' (Fan Chung, University of California, San Diego) -
Wed, Oct 26 2016 - Lecture I: Can you hear the shape of a network? (Fan Chung, University of California, San Diego) -
Tue, Oct 25 2016 - Probabilistically Checkable Proofs: deducing a complicated global picture from very simple partial views (Irit Dinur, The Weizmann Institute of Science) -
Fri, May 20 2016 - Curtis T. McMullen, Lecture III: Surfaces in the Space of Surfaces -
Thu, May 5 2016 - Curtis T. McMullen, Lecture II: Entropy, Integers and Algebraic Dynamics -
Wed, May 4 2016 - Curtis T. McMullen, Lecture I: Billiards and Moduli Spaces -
Tue, May 3 2016 - Branching Out Across the Solar System (Taylor Perron, Massachusetts Institute of Technology) -
Fri, Feb 19 2016 - From Polynomials to Humanoid Robots (Russ Tedrake, Massachusetts Institute of Technology) -
Fri, Oct 23 2015 - Laure Saint-Raymond, Lecture III: The case of fluctuations around a global equilibrium -
Thu, Oct 8 2015 - Laure Saint-Raymond, Lecture II: A short time convergence result -
Wed, Oct 7 2015 - Laure Saint-Raymond, Lecture I: The low density limit: formal derivation -
Tue, Oct 6 2015 - Computational Thinking (Jeannette Wing, Microsoft Research) -
Fri, Feb 27 2015 - Richard M. Schoen, Lecture III: Localizing solutions of the Einstein equations -
Thu, Feb 12 2015 - Richard M. Schoen, Lecture II: Two eigenvalue problems for surfaces -
Wed, Feb 11 2015 - Richard M. Schoen, Lecture I: Problems and progress in mathematical relativity -
Tue, Feb 10 2015 - Math & Music: Connecting Theory & Practice (Dave Kung, St. Mary's College of Maryland) -
Fri, Oct 10 2014 - Physical metaphors for graphs and networks (Dan Spielman, Yale University) -
Fri, May 9 2014 - Filling in the gaps: recovery from incomplete information (Maryam Fazel, University of Washington) -
Fri, Feb 21 2014