We are happy to announce the seminar series Women in Mathematics in Northern Georgia, which shall feature speakers in various areas of mathematics.
Starting Spring 2018, the seminar will run on a biweekly schedule on Wednesdays at 5 pm, with the refreshments served at 4:30 pm. This semester the talks shall be (tentatively) held at Georgia Tech in Skiles 006, and they shall be intended for a general mathematical audience.
Mathematicians at all stages in their career (and regardless of the gender) are welcome to participate! Information about the seminar can be found at http://pwp.gatech.edu/wiming/.
The talks should be very interesting. We look forward to seeing you at the seminar!
The first talk is scheduled to take place on Wednesday, January the 16th, at 5 pm in Skiles 006, located at 636, Cherry st NW, Atlanta, GA. Rachel Kuske of Georgia Institute of Technology shall give a talk titled “New patterns in stochastic PDE’s with Pyragas control”. The abstract is: