Monday
October 26 
Omri Sarig (Weizmann Institute)
Measure rigidity for dynamical systems on (very) noncompact spaces 
Sunday
November 1 4:30pm Amado 231 
Michelle Schatzman (Universite Claude Bernard Lyon)
Elastodynamics and viscoelastodynamics with boundary contact 
Monday
November 2 
Ron Aharoni (Technion)
Infinite marriages, direct and indirect 
Monday
November 9 2:30pm 
Diane Resek (San Fransisco State)
Using math faculty expertise in working with teachers to gain depth over breadth

Monday
November 16 
Andy Magid (University of Oklahoma)
The Complete Differential Galois Closure of a Differential Field

Monday
November 23 
Vladimir Oliker (Emory University)
Designing lenses with help from geometry and optimal transport 
Monday
November 30 
Eran Nevo (Cornell)
Around the gconjecture 
Monday
December 7 
Alex Furman (University of Illinois at Chicago)
Measured Group Theory  an overview 
Monday
December 14 
Yuval Peres (Microsoft Research)
Internal aggregation, free boundary problems and the mystery of the abelian sandpile 
Monday
December 21 
Dan Hefetz (ETH Zurich)
On two generalizations of the AlonTarsi polynomial method 
Wednesday
December 23 12:30pm 
Mike Hochman (Princeton)
Local entropy averages and projection of fractal measures 
Thursday
December 24 2:30pm 
Gabi BenSimon (ETHZurich)
From a new characterization of Teichmuller spaces to positive representations 
Thursday
December 24 3:30pm 
Amir Yehudayoff (IAS)
Sumofsquare problem in complexity theory 
Monday
December 28 
Elon Lindenstrauss (Hebrew Univesity & Princeton)
An effective proof of the Oppenheim Conjecture 
Wednesday
December 30 12:30pm 
Gidi Amir (Toronto)
Liouville, amenability, automaton groups and random walks on discrete fractals 
Thursday
December 31 15:30pm 
Dmitry Kerner (BGU)
On the discriminant of plane curves and its strata 
Monday
January 4 
Ron Peled (Courant Institute)
Fair allocations to random points 
Monday
January 11 
Boris Tsygan (Northwestern)
Oscillatory modules 
Monday
January 18 
Sylvia Serfaty (Paris VI / Courant Institute)
A deterministic game approach to second order PDEs 