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Events for Mathen-usUNL_UCBCN_Frontend-3.0Sun, 19 Jan 2020 09:36:02 -0600Jan Trlifaj, Charles University in Prague
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<div>In 1974, Shelah proved that Whiteheadâ€™s problem (a proposed characterization of free abelian groups) was not decidable in ZFC (the usual axioms of set theory, together with the axiom of choice). With his proof, powerful set-theoretic methods entered homological algebra. However, one might get the impression that set-theoretic methods are primarily useful for proving undecidability of mathematical problems. <br />
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The talk will demonstrate that set-theoretic methods can be employed in proving results in homological algebra that hold in ZFC and have strong consequences for the structure of representations of algebras, and modules in general.</div><div>Set-Theoretic Homological Algebra</div><small>Friday, January 24th</small> | <small><abbr class="dtstart" title="2020-01-24T16:00:00-06:00">4:00: pm</abbr></small>-<small><abbr class="dtend" title="2020-01-24T16:50:00-06:00">4:50: pm</abbr></small> | <small>Avery Hall Room:115</small> Thu, 19 Dec 2019 09:36:43 -0600//events.unl.edu/math/2020/01/24/146624/Nebraska Conference for Undergraduate Women in Mathematics
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<div>The Nebraska Conference for Undergraduate Women in Mathematics is for outstanding undergraduate mathematicians at all stages of their careers. Students will have the opportunity to meet other women who share their interest in the mathematical sciences, and those who have already done research apply to the conference and are selected to present their results. Conference participants also will have a chance to learn about life in graduate school from the perspective of current women graduate students representing math departments from across the country, including the Department of Mathematics.<br />
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The first plenary talk is Trachette Jackson, University of Michigan, followed by a careers panel.<br />
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The second plenary talk is by Margaret Cozzens, Rutgers University, on Saturday.<br />
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Check the website for more details and schedule: http://go.unl.edu/ncuwm</div><div>plenary talks</div><small>Friday, January 31st</small> | <small><abbr class="dtstart" title="2020-01-31T15:40:00-06:00">3:40: pm</abbr></small>-<small><abbr class="dtend" title="2020-01-31T18:00:00-06:00">6:00: pm</abbr></small> | <small>Nebraska Union Room:Auditorium</small> Mon, 11 Nov 2019 10:15:11 -0600//events.unl.edu/math/2020/01/31/145469/Nebraska Conference for Undergraduate Women in Mathematics
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<div>The Nebraska Conference for Undergraduate Women in Mathematics is for outstanding undergraduate mathematicians at all stages of their careers. Students will have the opportunity to meet other women who share their interest in the mathematical sciences, and those who have already done research apply to the conference and are selected to present their results. Conference participants also will have a chance to learn about life in graduate school from the perspective of current women graduate students representing math departments from across the country, including the Department of Mathematics.<br />
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The first plenary talk is Trachette Jackson, University of Michigan, followed by a careers panel.<br />
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The second plenary talk is by Margaret Cozzens, Rutgers University, on Saturday.<br />
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Check the website for more details and schedule: http://go.unl.edu/ncuwm</div><div>plenary talks</div><small>Saturday, February 1st</small> | <small><abbr class="dtstart" title="2020-02-01T14:00:00-06:00">2:00: pm</abbr></small> | <small>Embassy Suites Room:Ballroom</small> Mon, 11 Nov 2019 10:15:11 -0600//events.unl.edu/math/2020/02/01/145720/Corrine Yap, Rutgers University
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<div></div><small>Friday, February 21st</small> | <small><abbr class="dtstart" title="2020-02-21T16:00:00-06:00">4:00: pm</abbr></small>-<small><abbr class="dtend" title="2020-02-21T16:50:00-06:00">4:50: pm</abbr></small> | <small>Avery Hall Room:115 Avery Hall</small> Tue, 03 Dec 2019 10:58:28 -0600//events.unl.edu/math/2020/02/21/145951/Kuei-Nuan Lin, Penn State Greater Allegheny
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<div>In this talk, we will start by defining blow-up algebras. We will then see all kinds of applications of blow-up algebras including chemical reaction networks, geometric modeling, and permutation statistics. We will also see that this topic has many wide-open questions. </div><div>Applications of Blow-up Algebras</div><small>Friday, March 6th</small> | <small><abbr class="dtstart" title="2020-03-06T16:00:00-06:00">4:00: pm</abbr></small>-<small><abbr class="dtend" title="2020-03-06T16:50:00-06:00">4:50: pm</abbr></small> | <small>Avery Hall Room:115</small> Fri, 01 Nov 2019 09:05:29 -0500//events.unl.edu/math/2020/03/06/145245/Pavlo Pylyavskyy, University of Minnesota
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<div></div><small>Friday, March 13th</small> | <small><abbr class="dtstart" title="2020-03-13T16:00:00-05:00">4:00: pm</abbr></small>-<small><abbr class="dtend" title="2020-03-13T16:50:00-05:00">4:50: pm</abbr></small> | <small>Avery Hall Room:115</small> Tue, 29 Oct 2019 16:16:55 -0500//events.unl.edu/math/2020/03/13/145169/Mark Hughes, Brigham Young University
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<div></div><small>Friday, April 17th</small> | <small><abbr class="dtstart" title="2020-04-17T16:00:00-05:00">4:00: pm</abbr></small>-<small><abbr class="dtend" title="2020-04-17T16:50:00-05:00">4:50: pm</abbr></small> | <small>Avery Hall Room:115 Avery Hall</small> Fri, 06 Dec 2019 10:29:06 -0600//events.unl.edu/math/2020/04/17/146092/Edriss Titi, Cambridge University
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<div></div><small>Friday, April 24th</small> | <small><abbr class="dtstart" title="2020-04-24T16:00:00-05:00">4:00: pm</abbr></small>-<small><abbr class="dtend" title="2020-04-24T16:50:00-05:00">4:50: pm</abbr></small> | <small>Avery Hall Room:115 Avery Hall</small> Tue, 03 Dec 2019 11:54:34 -0600//events.unl.edu/math/2020/04/24/145957/