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The Colleges of Liberal Arts, Medicine, and Science are teaming up for a Nobel Prizes `Symposium' Friday, Dec. 2 at 4:00pm in the Hawking Auditorium. Eric Rowell will elucidate some ideas behind the Physics Prize involving topological phases of matter. See also CoS article and Eagle article.

Graduate students Sourav Dutta and Fulvio Gesmundo awarded the L.F.Guseman Prize in Mathematics.

David Kerr will have an exhibition of his photography `Reconfiguring Natures' at the Stark Galleries in the MSC, Nov. 10-23. See CoS article.

Yalchin Efendiev and JM Landsberg have been named Fellows of the American Mathematical Society, class of 2017.

EVENTS Sunday, December 04

Probability Seminar

Steven Heilman (UCLA) Noncommutative Majorization Principles and Grothendieck's Inequality

B628 Dec 05 3:00pm

Steven Heilman (UCLA) Noncommutative Majorization Principles and Grothendieck's Inequality

B628 Dec 05 3:00pm

Geometry Seminar

Roberto Barrera (TAMU) A finiteness result for local cohomology modules of Stanley-Reisner rings

B220 Dec 05 3:00pm

Roberto Barrera (TAMU) A finiteness result for local cohomology modules of Stanley-Reisner rings

B220 Dec 05 3:00pm

Student/Postdoc Working Geometry Seminar

K. Bari (TAMU) Shpilka's work on elementary symmetric function complexity

B601AX Dec 06 9:30am

K. Bari (TAMU) Shpilka's work on elementary symmetric function complexity

B601AX Dec 06 9:30am

Geometry Seminar

Tian Yang (Stanford University) Volume conjectures for Reshetikhin-Turaev and Turaev-Viro invariants

B628 Dec 09 4:00pm

Tian Yang (Stanford University) Volume conjectures for Reshetikhin-Turaev and Turaev-Viro invariants

B628 Dec 09 4:00pm