Soumya Sinha Babu, Washington University in Saint Louis

Cupples I, room 199

Abstract: I will introduce Nevanlinna Theory, devised by Rolf Nevanlinna in 1925, in order to find how fibres under meromorphic functions are asymptotically distributed.

Abstract: In this talk, we discuss applications of isoparametric hypersurfaces of spheres for symplectic geometry. We have a brief introduction to Hamiltonian minimal lagrangian submanifolds.

Abstract: In this talk, we consider the isoparametric hypersurfces in spheres whose classification has been completed recently. In particular, the cases of g=6 turned out homogeneous hypersurfaces. Here we discuss R.

Yasha Berchenko-Kogan, Washington University in Saint Louis

Cupples I, room 6

Abstract: Noether's theorem tells us that if a system is invariant under a group of symmetries, then we have quantities that are conserved. For example, if a system is invariant under translation, then momentum is conserved.