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     MONDAY, MAY 19TH
   
     BERS 100TH BIRTHDAY



     TUESDAY MAY 20TH – THURSDAY 22ND
    
     SIXTH  IBEROAMERICAN CONGRESS ON  GEOMETRY




PAST CONFERENCES


THURSDAY, NOV.  21ST -  FRIDAY, NOV. 22ND

Twelfth Northeast Probability Seminar


FRIDAY, DEC. 6TH

MANHATTAN ALGEBRA DAY


FRIDAY, DEC. 13TH – SUNDAY, DEC. 15TH

RUTGERS - CUNY  Symposium on Geometryc Analysis


FRIDAY, OCT. 25TH - SUNDAY, OCT. 27TH

Conformal Geometry and Riemann Surfaces

   
 MONDAY, MAY 19TH - THURSDAY MAY 22ND                               

 Bers 100  and Iberoamerican  Congress on Geometry,  City University of New York, Graduate Center



  THURSDAY, APRIL 18TH -  FRIDAY, APRIL 19TH

  "2013 NY Graduate Student Logic Conference


  THURSDAY, MAY 2ND

 “Mini Symposium on Euler and Navier-Stokes Equation”

  Details to be announced.
 
    THURSDAY, MAY 2ND

   “Finite-time blow up vs. global regularity for equations of fluid   motion

  TUESDAY, MAY 21ST - FRIDAY, MAY 24TH

   “Combinatorial and Additive Number Theory (CANT 2013)
     Conference"
   
      Details to be announce.

  TUESDAY, MAY 28TH-31ST

  "A Conference to describe the published scientific work of Jim Simons on the occasion of his 75th birthday"

   TUESDAY MAY, 28TH - FRIDAY MAY 31ST

    "Geometric and Asymptotic Group Theory With Applications      (GAGTA)"

 WEDNESDAY,  APRIL 3RD - FRIDAY, APRIL 5TH
 
   Ideals of Practice in Mathematics & the Arts; Simplicity
   Click here to read the Paper from the Conference



THURDAY,  MARCH 12TH

  Special Lecture, sponsored by RTG Seminar

  Fourth Distinguished RTG Undergraduate


   FRIDAY, DEC. 7TH, 2012
   Manhattan Algebra Day
  
   THURSDAY, DEC. 6TH, 2012
   Symposium Recent Understanding in Harmonic Maps

  THURSDAY NOV. 8TH , 2012
  Symposium on General Relativity

  MONDAY, JULY 9th - THURSDAY, JULY 26th, 2012
  Graduate Student Summer School @ the GC 2012
 

  TUESDAY, MAY 22nd - FRIDAY, MAY 25th, 2012

Combinatorics & Additive Number Theory Conference(CANT 2012)


WEDNESDAY, MAY 23rd - FRIDAY, JUNE 25th, 2012

The Constructive in Logic and Applications

The conference honored 60th birthday of distinguished logician Sergei Artemov and his  fundamental contributions exploring constructivity in logic, computer science, epistemology, game theory, and other areas.
 

TUESDAY, MAY 29th - FRIDAY, JUNE 1st, 2012

Arithmetic Geometry and Arithmetic Dynamics

Conference on the Occasion of the 70th Birthday of Lucien Szpiro.
 

FRIDAY, NOV. 18, 2011

NYCAC, The New York Colloquium on Algorithms and Complexity
 

THURSDAY, OCT. 27th, 2011

Recent Advances in 3D Euler and Navier-Stokes Equations

(Sponsored by the CUNY Initiative for the Theoretical Sciences)


THURSDAY, SEPT. 22nd, 2011

Symposium: Recent trends in nonlinear PDE


TUESDAY, May 24th-28th, 2011

Combinatorial and Additive Number Theory (CANT 2011)


THURSDAY, March 31st, 2011.

Vortex Dynamics & Non-Equilibrium. Statiscal Mechanics


THURSDAY, November 11th, 2010.

New York Colloquium on Algorithms and Complexity(NYCAC-3)


THURSDAY, November 18th - FRIDAY, November 19TH, 2010.

The Ninth Northeast Probability Seminar (NEPS)


FRIDAY, December 3th, 2010.

Second Annual Manhattan Group Theory Day

THURSDAY, October 21st - SATURDAY, October 23rd, 2010.

A Conference on Conformal Dynamics and Hyperbolic Geometry to Celebrate the Contributions of Linda Keen

MONDAY, June 7th - FRIDAY, June 11TH, 2010.

FRG Workshop in Algebraic Dynamics

Organized by T. Scanlon, J. Silverman, L. Szpiro, and T. Tucker. For further information: algdyn at gmail.com


WEDNESDAY, May 26th - SATURDAY, May 29TH, 2010.

8th Annual Combinatorial and Additive Number Theory Conference (CANT 2010)

For further info contact Prof. Mel Nathanson at melvyn.nathanson at lehman.cuny.edu.


FRIDAY, May 7th - SATURDAY, May 8TH, 2010.

Graduate Student Logic Conference

For further info, contact Eva Antonakos at NYGradConf2010 at gmail.com.


FRIDAY, April 16th - SUNDAY, April 18TH, 2010.

Mini-Workshop: New Trends in Differential Algebraic Geometry

To be held (partly) at the CUNY Graduate Center. Sponsored by the Kolchin Seminar in Differential Algebra. Here is a tentative schedule for this Mini-Workshop. Space is limited, and you are asked to preregister for the workshop by sending a request to participate, with name and affiliation, to ksda at sci.ccny.cuny.edu


FRIDAY, March 12th - SATURDAY, March 13TH, 2010; 10am - 5pm.

CUNY Geometric Analysis 2010 Conference: Bubbling Phenomena and Non-Compactness

For further info, contact Prof. Marcello Lucia at lucia at mail.csi.cuny.edu.


THURSDAY, December 17th - FRIDAY, December 18TH.

What Is the Name of This Conference: A 90th Birthday Celebration Honoring Raymond Smullyan

Organizers: Sergei Artemov and Melvin Fitting (CUNY). Preliminary Program: Dec. 17th: Dana Scott will speak, from 4:15 to 5:30 in Rms. 9209/9207. The talk will be followed by a wine and cheese party. Dec. 18th: Speakers are Robert Cowen, Martin Davis, Jon Michael Dunn, Melvin Fitting, Anil Nerode, and Graham Priest. The talks will be in Rms. 9209/9207. Events run from 9:00am to 6:00pm, with coffee breaks and time out for lunch. Afterwards there will be a dinner, at a restaurant yet to be determined. For more information, contact Mel Fitting at melvin.fitting at lehman.cuny.edu.


FRIDAY, December 4TH: 1:00PM - 6:40PM in Rms. C201/C202.

Conference:“Manhattan Group Theory Day [aka Manhattan Algebra Day]”

Organized by Prof. Delaram Kahrobaei (NYC Technical College & The CUNY Graduate Center), and Prof. Alexei Miasnikov, McGill University and The CUNY Graduate Center.


MONDAY, August 17TH - FRIDAY, August 21ST, 2009

Conference:“Effective Mathematics of the Uncountable”

To be held at the CUNY Graduate Center. This conference continues the theme introduced last year at EMU 2008. Although classical computable model theory is most naturally concerned with countable domains, several methods - - some old, some new - - extend its basic concepts to uncountable structures. The purpose of this workshop is to study these various extensions of effectivity to the uncountable, bringing together experts in such topics as sigma-definable structures, alpha-recursion theory, ordinal computability, Blum-Shub-Smale machines, infinite time Turing machines and locally computable structures, among others. The speaker list and format is currently being planned. Interested participants should contact Joel David Hamkins (College of Staten Island & The CUNY Graduate Center) at JHamkins at gc.cuny.edu.


FRIDAY, JUNE 26TH - SATURDAY, JUNE 27TH, 2009

“Conference on Unstable Homotopy Theory”

To be held at the CUNY Graduate Center. Jointly organized by the CUNY Graduate Center and Johns Hopkins University, with a special emphasis on chromatic phenomena. Confirmed Speakers: Martin Bendersky, CUNY; Mike Boardman, JHU; Jack Morava, JHU; Dustin Mulcahey, CUNY; Andrew Salch, JHU.


Friday, March 20th – Saturday, March 21st, 2009

GC Math Conference: “A Conference in Teichmüller Theory and Related Topics In Honor of the 70th Birthday of Frederick P. Gardiner”

Tentative List of Speakers: Ara Basmajian (CUNY); Andre de Carvalho (Univ. of Sao Paulo); Clifford Earle (Cornell, Warwick); William Harvey (King's College); Yunping Jiang (CUNY); Nikola Lakic (CUNY); Linda Keen (CUNY); Irwin Kra (Stony Brook); Howard Masur (Univ. of Chicago); Dennis Sullivan (CUNY and Stony Brook); Scott Wolpert (Univ. of Maryland).


Friday, March 6TH – Saturday, March 2ND, 2009

The Eighth Colluquiumfest

The Eighth Colloquiumfest, to take place at the CUNY Graduate Center, will present invited talks on valuation theory and algebraic geometry, orderings and model theory. Tentative list of speakers: Dale Cutkosky (Missouri); Samar El Hitti (NYC College of Technology); Sara Faridi (Dalhousie); Krishna Hanumanthu (Univ. of Kansas at Lawrence); Olga Kashcheyeva (Univ. of Illinois at Chicago); Kiran Kedlaya (MIT) Hagen Knaf (Kaiserslautern); Edward Mosteig (Loyola Marymont); Philipp Rothmaler (Ohio State Univ.) Michael Temkin (Univ. of Pennsylvania).


Monday, August 18TH – Friday, Aug. 22ND, 2008

Logic Conference: “Effective Mathematics of the Uncountable”

Although classical computable model theory is most naturally concerned with countable domains, several methods---some old, some new---extend its basic concepts to uncountable structures. The purpose of this workshop is to study these various extensions of effectivity to the uncountable, bringing together experts in such topics as sigma-definable structures, alpha-recursion theory, ordinal computability, Blum-Shub-Smale machines, infinite time Turing machines and locally computable structures, among others. The workshop will both provide tutorial-type introductions to each approach and aim ultimately at the exploration of their connections.
All interested participants are welcome to attend the workshop. There is no registration fee. Limited funds are available to support graduate student and junior faculty participants. Please contact Denis Hirschfeldt or the other organizers about travel funding. For further info and the list of speakers, see: http://nylogic.org/EMU.


WEDNESDAY, MAY 21ST - SATURDAY, May 24TH, 2008

New York Number Theory Seminar Sixth Annual Workshop on Combinatorial and Additive Number Theory (CANT 2008)


February 23-28, 2008

CUNY Geometric Analysis 2008
celebrating Jozef Dodziuk's birthday.


Thursday, Nov. 15th - Friday, Nov. 16TH

Sixth Northeast Probability Seminar

Featuring:

  • Martin Barlow (University of British Columbia)
  • Mireille Bousquet-Melou (Universite Bordeaux)
  • Thomas Liggett (UCLA)
  • Jonathan Mattingly (Duke University)

There will be time for short, informal presentations as at the Seminar on Stochastic Processes.


September 28th & 29th 2007

Group Theory: Generations
The Center for Algorithms and Interactive Scientific Software of the Division of Science and the Grove School of Engineering of the City College of New York, in collaboration with Texas A & M, announces a two-day conference on group theory. The conference will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the birth of one of the founders of infinite group theory, Wilhelm Magnus. This conference will be held at the City College of New York at 137th and Convent Ave on Friday September 28 2007 and at the CUNY Graduate Center on 5th Ave at 34th St on Saturday, September 29.


September 24th - 28th 2007

Towards Relative Symplectic Field Theory
The goal of this workshop, sponsored by AIM, NSF, CUNY Graduate Center, and Stanford Mathematical Research Center (MRC), is to understand the structure of relative Symplectic Field Theory (SFT), discuss and reconcile different versions of its algebraic formalism, and to work towards building rigorous foundations of the theory. There will also be explored applications of relative SFT to symplectic and contact topology, as well as low-dimensional topology.


May 23rd - 25th 2007

COMBINATORIAL AND ADDITIVE NUMBER THEORY (CANT 2007)

This is the fifth in a series of annual workshops sponsored by the New York Number Theory Seminar on problems in combinatorial and additive number theory and related parts of mathematics. A list of invited and confirmed lecturers will be posted on the conference website. For information, contact Prof. Mel Nathanson at melvyn.nathanson@lehman.cuny.edu


Wednesday, Dec 13th, 2006

All Day Conference on Quantum Theory and Manifolds

Begins 10:00AM, Rm. 6417
Speakers: Graeme Segal (All Souls College, Oxford Univ.) and Kevin Costello (Northwestern Univ.)

The day includes informal discussions after talks; lunch, and dinner.

For information, see the bottom section of: http://math.gc.cuny.edu/seminars/einsteinchair.html.


Saturday, Dec. 9th, 2006

The First New York Women in Mathematics Network (NYWIMN) Conference

See: https://wfs.gc.cuny.edu/VGitman/www/conference.html


Logical Methods in Exact and Social Sciences: A conference to commemorate the 70th birthday of Professor Rohit Parikh
Friday, Dec. 1st, 2006

For the list of speakers and talks, see: http://nylogic.org/Colloquium/ParikhFest.


A Celebration of Sullivan's Awards
April 29, 2006

The 2004 National Medal of Science and the 2006 Steele Prize for Lifetime Achievement have been awarded to Dennis Sulivan. A conference to celebrate these awards will be held at the CUNY Graduate Center on April 29, 2006. For details see http://math.gc.cuny.edu/conferences/DennisConference.html The conference is being organized by Martin Bendersky and Jуzef Dodziuk.


COMBINATORIAL AND ADDITIVE NUMBER THEORY (CANT 2006)
May 17-20, 2006

For information on the conference, see: http://theoryofnumbers.com/CANT/2006/cant_2006.htm


Tannenbaum Memorial Conference
Friday April 7, 2006

For details, see: http://mamls.org/Tennenbaum.


CUNY Geometric Analysis Conference
The Laplace and Length Spectra
February 3-5, 2006


The Third New York City Logic Conference
May 20-21, 2005

Detailed information is available at http://nylogic.org/Conference. [The conference was organized by Profs. Joel David Hamkins, Roman Kossak, and Hans Schoutens.]


Combinatorial and Additive Number Theory (CANT 2005) Conference
May 18-21, 2005

A conference in celebration of Mel Nathanson's 60th birthday at the CUNY Graduate Center


CUNY Geometric Analysis Conference
Saturday March 19- Sunday March 20, 2005

At the CUNY Graduate Center.


Northeast Probability Seminar
Thursday, November 4th - Friday, November 5th, 2004

In the Segal Theatre at the CUNY Graduate Center.
The invited speakers are:

  • Peter Morters, University of Bath
  • Laurent Saloff-Coste, Cornell University
  • Oded Schramm, Microsoft
  • Sylvie Méléard, Université Paris X

New York Graduate Student Logic Conference
Saturday & Sunday, November 20th-21st, 2004

A call for papers has been issued; see http://nylogic.org/GradStudentConference


CONFERENCE ON ALGEBRAIC DYNAMICS
May 28th and 29th 2004

Organizers: D.  Goldfeld, V.  Kolyvagin, P.  Sarnak, L.  Szpiro, T.  Tucker
This conference is supported by the National Science Foundation, The Graduate Center Provost Research Fund and the Mina Rees Chair.


The New York Number Theory Seminar's 
WORKSHOP ON COMBINATORIAL AND ADDITIVE NUMBER THEORY
May 19th-22th, 2004:

Preliminary list of speakers: George Andrews, Penn State; Bela Bajnok, Gettysburg College; Mei-Chu Chang, University of California, Riverside; Javier Cilleruelo, University of Madrid; Joshua Cooper, Courant Institue, NYU; Jose Dias da Silva, University of Lisbon; Aviezri Fraenkel, Weizmann Institute of Science; Andrew Granville, University of Toronto; Ben Green, Cambridge University and the University of British Columbia; Sinan Gunturk,  Courant Institue, NYU; Katalin Gyarmati, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest; Alex Iosevich, University of Missouri, Columbia; Renling Jin, College of Charleston; Izabella Laba, University of British Columbia; Vsevolod Lev, University of Haifa; Jeff Mozzochi; Mel Nathanson, CUNY; Yiannis Petridis, CUNY; Sinai Robins, Temple University; Jozsef Solymosi, University of British Columbia; Vera Sos, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest; Van Vu, University of California, San Diego.  Further info TBA.


Geometric Analysis and its Applications in Honor of Edgar Feldman
February 7-8, 2004

Location: Segal Auditorium,CUNY Graduate Center
365 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY


Northeast Probability Seminar
Nov. 21st and 22nd, 2003


New York Number Theory Seminar
May 15 - May 17, 2003 

Workshop on Additive Number Theory and Applications to Harmonic Analysis


Conference on Stochastic Processes in Honor of Richard Isaac
Thurs. - Fri., Nov. 21st and 22nd, 2002

Location: Segal Theater, First Floor, CUNY Graduate Center
First talk each day at 9:30 a.m.


Einstein XX
September 20-21, 2002

A Celebration of the 20th anniversary of Dennis Sullivan's appointment as the Albert Einstein Chair in Science at The City University of New York