Tuesday, 11th October • 12:15 • HG G 3
Perfectoid Fields and the Tilting Equivalence
Abstract. "Tilting" establishes equivalences between algebraic objects of distinct nature, and therefore has important applications in geometry and number theory. In this talk we will have an overview of the theory, including historical background and some motivating examples.
|11th October||Yilin Ni||Perfectoid Fields and the Tilting Equivalence|
|18th October||Dominik Schlagenhauf||Existence and Regularity of Weak Solutions to the Navier-Stokes Equations|
|25th October||Gabriel Frey||Affine group schemes and Tannakian Categories|
|1st November||Roman Kotovich||TBA|
|8th November||Philémon Bordereau||Oriented Percolation or How to Never Fail Coffee Again|
|15th November||Vladimir Nowak||TBA|
|22nd November||Ana Marija Vego||TBA|
|29th November||Michael Eichenberger||TBA|
We run a weekly colloquium where students present topics from diverse areas in mathematics and physics.
The talks are followed by an Apéro, giving you the chance to mingle in informal atmosphere over some delicious food!
All talks are aimed at undergraduate students (from the first semester on!), so don’t let the titles scare you! Who knows, maybe you’ll find a topic for your Bachelor’s thesis or other independent work!
We usually meet Tuesdays from 12:15 to 13:00 at HG G 3 (ETH Zurich).
Giving talks is a critical part of any scientist's career and so presenting to a group of fellow students in a familiar environment, is an easy way to get started. If you’re interested in giving a talk, contact email@example.com.
(Note: You do not need to be an undergraduate to give a talk.)
As a thank you, all of our speakers are invited to a dinner at the end of the semester.
ZUCMAP was initiated in autumn 2020 by Alexander Uhlmann, Jinghao Cao, and Silvio Barandun. It was reborn in spring 2022 by Johann Birnick and Siddharth Setlur. In autumn 2022 it is organised by Alessandra Iacopino and Ana Pavlaković.