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Mathematics Analysis Seminar - Bin Guo, Columbia University - Geometric estimates for complex Monge-Ampere equations

Mathematics Analysis Seminar Bin Guo, Columbia University Geometric estimates for complex Monge-Ampere equations Monday, November 5, 2018 - 2:30pm Malott...

11/5/2018 2:30pm
Harvard Business School MBA Information Session

A member of the Harvard Business School MBA Admissions team will be hosting an admissions information session on Tuesday, November 13 from 5:00-6:00 p.m. in...

11/13/2018 5pm
“Monsoon Asia: The Past and Future Imagination of a Region” by Sunil Amrith, Einaudi Center Distinguished Speaker

In the 1930s, the notion of “monsoon Asia” was widespread in the fields of geography and anthropology. Its adherents saw climate, and particularly the...

11/15/2018 4:30pm
Mathematics Joint Analysis / Probability Seminar - Renming Song, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Joint Analysis / Probability Seminar Renming Song University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Factorizations and estimates of Dirichlet heat kernels for...

11/19/2018 2:30pm
Mathematics Logic Seminar - Aristotelis Panagiotopoulos, Caltech

Aristotelis Panagiotopoulos, Caltech Talk title and abstract TBA

12/5/2018 4pm

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Richard Doo

Richard Doo left a review 6/16/2018

I guess what I saw was the best anyone can do for the time being--not beyond any sinusoidal naught. I found the presentation by three young Asians on what to do about truncation error in Taylor series estimation eye-opening. If it was truncated or truncating, why not think twice to do anything about it?

Mario Caro

Mario Caro left a positive review 7/6/2015


Jess Cisco

Jess Cisco left a positive review 6/17/2014

Tricia Rose's lecture was the first lecture of its kind that I have attended: a lecture that was more of a reading of a paper and a discussion around that paper. My reaction to the lecture and discussion are largely positive.

The lecture: Ms. Rose's thoughts in her paper are quite profound and insightful. As a result of her insights, I now understand and believe that the structures in our society act against and even create the challenges that black individuals face. To improve the lecture portion, I suggest that Ms. Rose (or other professors) avoid using the paper as the guide and create some visual content for the audience to follow the main points that the presenter wants to make.

The discussion: I think that the discussion was the best part of the evening. Ms. Rose handled, with grace and clarity of thought, some really challenging questions. Those questions pushed my thinking, and Ms. Rose's responses added to the points that she made in her lecture.

Overall, this lecture was excellent.

I thank the organizers of the event and Ms. Rose for such a wonderful event.

Ryan Woolley

Ryan Woolley posted a photo 12/1/2013

Todd Arthur Bridges

Todd Arthur Bridges left a positive review 2/28/2013

Excellent talk.