Kristin DeVleming, University of Washington-Seattle

Cupples I, Room 199

Abstract: In the early 2000s, Hacking used tools of the Minimal Model Program to construct a KSBA-like compactification of the moduli space of plane curves.

Abstract: Allowing for operator-valued analytic functions, it is known that certain abstract row contractions can be classified up to unitary equivalence using concrete multiplication operators.

Arun Kumar Kuchibhotla, University of Pennsylvania

Cupples I, Room 113

Abstract: For the last two decades, high-dimensional data and methods have proliferated throughout the statistics literature. However, the classical technique of linear regression has not lost its importance in applications. Although the cur

Abstract: A weighted Riemannian manifold is a Riemannian manifold equipped with a (variable) density function. For example, a surface with a positive function that describes the density of the material that makes up the surface. Manifolds wi

Abstract: Recently, Liu et al. (2018) devised a new selective inference approach of doing inference that is more powerful than the existing non-randomized selective inference methods, including Lee et al. (2016).

Abstract: Cluster algebras appears as the coordinate ring of many interesting objects. We recall the notion of a cluster ensemble which consists of a cluster A variety and its corresponding cluster X variety.

Abstract: A panoramic view on the interaction between Chemistry and Mathematics will be presented. The ‘natural’ mathematical languages of contemporary Chemistry will be characterized using simple examples (linear and non-linear algebra, theo