Organizer: Alice Chang (Princeton University)
The activity in Combinatorics and Theoretical Computer Science at the Institute for Advanced Study will resume on Monday, September 29.
It will take place on Mondays, and will include:
The Combinatorics and Complexity Theory Seminar - Mondays 11 am, starting September 29.
A mini-course on Computational Pseudo-Randomness- Mondays 2 pm, starting October 6
The seminar on Combinatorics and Theoretical Computer Science at the Institute for Advanced Study will take place every
Monday at 11 a.m. in room 101, the seminar room in Simonyi Hall.
- Monday, 27 September 1999
Michael Saks, Rutgers University
An Improved Exponential-time Algorithm for k CNF Satisfiability
The following is a list of seminars that were given in Term I and Term II:
During the 2002-2003 academic year IAS will conduct a program in statistical models of turbulence. Weinan E and Gregory Falkovich will be in residence for the year, and in related areas, John Ball will also be at the Institute.
Although the problem of 3 dimensional turbulence has been extensively studied over the past century, our mathematical understanding of important issues such as regularity, intermittencey and coherent structures is still primitive.
The goal of the program is to explore different aspects of the theory of holomorphic curves and their interaction. A special accent will be made on applications to Symplectic geometry in low-dimensional topology.
MATHEMATICS AND FINANCE
a conference on mathematical problems in finance
During the academic year 1997-98, there will be a full year program in Geometric PDE at the Institute. Karen Uhlebeck will be in residence as Distinguished Visiting Professor for the year, and she will serve as primary organizer of the program.
The following is Karen Uhlenbeck's statement about the organization and goals of this program: