Southeast Geometry Seminar

Series: 
Other Talks
Sunday, April 29, 2012 - 08:30
8 hours (full day)
Location: 
Skiles 005
,  
School of Mathematics, Georgia Tech
Organizer: 

The general public lecture will be presented by Jason Cantarella (University of Georgia) entitled
The Square Peg Theorems or What does it mean to solve simultaneous equations? to take place in Klaus 1116 at 5:00PM

The Southeast Geometry Seminar is a series of semiannual one-day events focusing on geometric analysis. These events are hosted in rotation by the following institutions: The University of Alabama at Birmingham;  The Georgia Institute of Technology;  Emory University;  The University of Tennessee Knoxville.  The following five speakers will give presentations on topics that include geometric analysis, and related fields, such as partial differential equations, general relativity, and geometric topology. Jason Cantarella (University of Georgia);   Meredith Casey (The Georga Institute of Technology);  Kirk Lancaster (Wichita State University); Junfang Li ( University of Alabama at Birmingham)  Jason Parsley (Wake Forest University);