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seminars
Subject
Oct 28, 2019  17:00-18:00  Investigation of ‘Flash Crash” via Topological Data Analysis (TDA) 김원세  129-104 
Nov 15, 2019  16:00-17:00  On O(3) Maxwell-Chern-Simons equations on a 2-D flat torus 송경우  129-104 
Dec 20, 2019  14:00-15:00  Introduction to cluster algebras 이경용  129-104 
Feb 04, 2020  15:00-17:00  Developing Nonlinear Procedures for PDEs: Regularized Long-Wave equation 장택수  129-104 
Oct 06, 2021  16:00-17:30  창작을 위한 인공지능 오디오(Intelligent Audio for Creativity) 이교구  129-104 
May 03, 2022  10:00-12:00  Combinatorial interpretation of Howe duality of symplectic type 허태혁  129-104 
Apr 28, 2022  14:00-17:00  Lectures on Financial Mathematics Constantinos Kardaras  129-104 
May 05, 2022  14:00-17:00  Lectures on Financial Mathematics Constantinos Kardaras  129-104 
May 17, 2022  15:30-18:30  Lectures on Financial Mathematics Constantinos Kardaras  129-104 
May 18, 2022  14:00-17:00  Lectures on Financial Mathematics Constantinos Kardaras  129-104 
May 23, 2022  16:00-17:00  Estimates of heat kernels for jump processes with degeneracy and critical killing 조수빈  129-104 
May 19, 2022  15:30-18:30  A production equilibrium model for capacity expansion (WIP) Constantinos Kardaras  129-104 
Jun 13, 2022  10:00-18:00  <QSMS-BK21 Toric Geometry Seminar> Lefschetz fibrations and symplectic homology Beomjun Sohn  129-104 
Mar 26, 2014  16:00-17:00  Topological Mapping of Point Cloud Data Gunnar E. Carlsson  129-101 
Mar 25, 2014  14:00-15:00  Persistent Homology Gunnar E. Carlsson  129-101 
Mar 25, 2014  16:00-17:00  Structures on Persistence Barcodes and Generalized Persistence Gunnar E. Carlsson  129-101 
Aug 29, 2014  16:00-19:00  Arithmetic Symmetry 김민형  129-101 
Jul 04, 2015  15:00-16:00  A survey of alternating permutations file Richard P. Stanley  129-101 
Nov 10, 2015  16:00-20:00  Pressure metric on the Teichmüller space of surfaces with boundary II Binbin Xu  129-101 
Jul 15, 2016  16:00-17:30  Mechanics or Statistics? From Optimization to Natural Language Processing. Problems in Financial Prediction Seunghwan Lee, PhD  129-101