## 2022 Symposium on Foundations of Responsible Computing (FORC)

On June 6-8, 2022, the CMSA will host the 3rd annual Symposium on Foundations of Responsible Computing (FORC). The Symposium on Foundations of Responsible Computing (FORC) is …

Read moreOn June 6-8, 2022, the CMSA will host the 3rd annual Symposium on Foundations of Responsible Computing (FORC). The Symposium on Foundations of Responsible Computing (FORC) is …

Read moreOn Tuesday, May 17, 2022, from 9:00 am – 5:30 pm, the Harvard John A Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) and the …

Read moreOn April 27–29, 2022, the CMSA will host a workshop on Nonlinear Algebra and Combinatorics. Organizers: Bernd Sturmfels (MPI Leipzig) and Lauren Williams (Harvard). In …

Read moreDuring the Spring 2022 semester, the CMSA will host a program on General Relativity. It will be a semester-long program, which includes four minicourses running …

Read moreBeginning in Spring 2020, the CMSA began hosting a lecture series on literature in the mathematical sciences, with a focus on significant developments in mathematics …

Read moreOn November 28–30, 2022, the CMSA will host a workshop on Homological Mirror Symmetry. Location: Room G10, CMSA, 20 Garden Street, Cambridge MA 02138 Organizers: …

Read moreThe CMSA, jointly with the Department of Mathematics at Columbia University, will host a two-week conference on Deformations of Geometric Structures in Mathematics. This is …

Read moreA Conference in Honor of Elliott H. Lieb on his 90th Birthday On July 30 – Aug 1, 2022 the Harvard Mathematics Department and the …

Read moreDuring the 2021–22 academic year, the CMSA will be hosting a seminar on Active Matter, organized by Farzan Vafa and David Nelson. This seminar will …

Read moreHigh-Temperature Superconductors Series

In the 2020-2021 academic year, the CMSA will be hosting a lecture series on Strongly Correlated Materials and High Tc Superconductor. All talks will take place from …

Read morePlease note: this workshop has been postponed. It will now take place in Spring 2023. In Spring 2023, the CMSA will be hosting a five …

Read moreThe CMSA will host a weekly seminar running through 2020-21, where researchers from all areas of computer science present modern frontiers in computer science to …

Read moreDuring 2021–2022, the CMSA will host a seminar on Computers and Math, organized by Michael Douglas. This seminar will take place on Wednesdays from 2:00–3:00 …

Read moreThe second Quantum Matter Workshop has been postponed. Accordingly, scheduled talks will be rearranged to take place in this seminar. To learn how to attend …

Read moreDuring the Spring 2021 Semester, a weekly seminar will be held on General Relativity. The seminar will take place at on Fridays at 9:35am virtually. …

Read moreThe CMSA Members’ Seminar will occur every Friday at 9:30am ET on Zoom. All CMSA postdocs/members are required to attend the weekly CMSA Members’ Seminars, …

Read moreBeginning immediately, until at least December 31, all seminars will take place virtually, through Zoom. In the 2020-2021 AY, the Random Matrix and Probability Theory …

Read moreThe seminar on mathematical physics will be held on Mondays from 10:00 – 11:00am ET on Zoom. Please email the seminar organizers to learn how …

Read moreSpeaker: Colin Guillarmou, CNRS/Univ. Paris Saclay Title: Mathematical resolution of the Liouville conformal field theory. Abstract: The Liouville conformal field theory is a well-known beautiful …

Read moreSpeaker: Ian Gemp, DeepMind Title: D3C: Reducing the Price of Anarchy in Multi-Agent Learning Abstract: In multi-agent systems the complex interaction of fixed incentives can lead agents …

Read moreSpeaker: Nicholas J. Magazine, Louisiana State University Title: SiRNA Targeting TCRb: A Proposed Therapy for the Treatment of Autoimmunity Abstract: As of 2018, the United States National …

Read moreSpeaker: Michael Simkin, Harvard CMSA Title: The number of n-queens configurations Abstract: The n-queens problem is to determine Q(n), the number of ways to place …

Read moreSpeaker: Michelle Delcourt (Ryerson University) Title: Hypergraph Matchings Avoiding Forbidden Submatchings Abstract: In 1973, Erdős conjectured the existence of high girth (n,3,2)-Steiner systems. Recently, Glock, …

Read moreSpeaker: Allen Fang, Sorbonne University Title: A new proof for the nonlinear stability of slowly-rotating Kerr-de Sitter Abstract: The nonlinear stability of the slowly-rotating Kerr-de …

Read moreSpeaker: Jinhua Wang, Xiamen University Title: Future stability of the $1+3$ Milne model for the Einstein-Klein-Gordon system Abstract: We study the small perturbations of the $1+3$-dimensional …

Read moreSpeaker: Aissam Ikmi, EMBL Title: Drivers of Morphological Complexity Abstract: During development, organisms interact with their natural habitats while undergoing morphological changes, yet we know little about …

Read moreSpeaker: Daniel Needleman, Harvard Title: Cytoskeletal Energetics and Energy Metabolism Abstract: Life is a nonequilibrium phenomenon. Metabolism provides a continuous flux of energy that dictates …

Read moreSpeaker: Justin Solomon, MIT Title: Geometric Models for Sets of Probability Measures Abstract: Many statistical and computational tasks boil down to comparing probability measures expressed …

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