Techmath  Math Seminars in Israel
Type:  Seminar 

Name:  Nonlinear Analysis and Optimization Seminar 
Title:  Nonlinear rescaling in constrained optimization (theory, methods, numerical results and applications) 
Speaker:  Roman Polyak (Technion) 
Place:  Room 814, Amado Mathematics Building, Technion 
Files:  Poster 1 
SubmittedBy:  Simeon Reich, sreich@tx.technion.ac.il 
EventLink:  Event № 428 
Euclidean lattice points counting problems, the primordial example of whichEuclidean lattice points counting problems, the primordial example of which is the Gauss circle problem, are an important topic in classical analysis. Their nonEuclidean analogs in irreducible symmetric spaces (such as hyperbolic spaces and the space of positivedefinite symmetric matrices) are equally significant, and we will present an approach to establishing such results in considerable generality. Our method is based on dynamical arguments together with representation theory and noncommutative harmonic analysis, and produces the current best error estimate in the higher rank case. We will describe some of the remarkably diverse applications of lattice point counting problems, as time permits.
Type:  Lecture 

Name:  ANALYSIS SEMINAR 
Title:  The nonEuclidean lattice points counting problem 
Speaker:  Prof. Amos Nevo 
Place:  2nd floor Colloquium Room, Building 216 , Bar Ilan University 
Abstract:  
Euclidean lattice points counting problems, the primordial example of whichEuclidean lattice points counting problems, the primordial example of which is the Gauss circle problem, are an important topic in classical analysis. Their nonEuclidean analogs in irreducible symmetric spaces (such as hyperbolic spaces and the space of positivedefinite symmetric matrices) are equally significant, and we will present an approach to establishing such results in considerable generality. Our method is based on dynamical arguments together with representation theory and noncommutative harmonic analysis, and produces the current best error estimate in the higher rank case. We will describe some of the remarkably diverse applications of lattice point counting problems, as time permits. 

SubmittedBy:  Elijah Liflyand, liflyand@gmail.com 
EventLink:  Event № 1919 
For almost every real number x, the inequality xp/q<1/q^a has finitely many solutions if and only if a>2. By Roth's theorem, any irrational algebraic number x also satisfies this property, so that from that point of view, algebraic numbers and random numbers behave similarly.We will present some generalizations of this phenomenon, for which we will use ideas of Kleinbock and Margulis on analysis on the space of lattices in R^d, as well as Schmidt's subspace theorem.
Type:  Colloquium 

Name:  Colloquium 
Title:  Diophantine approximation and diagonal flows on the space of lattices 
Speaker:  Nicolas de Saxcé (Université ParisNord) 
Place:  Amado 232, Technion 
Abstract:  
For almost every real number x, the inequality xp/q<1/q^a has finitely many solutions if and only if a>2. By Roth's theorem, any irrational algebraic number x also satisfies this property, so that from that point of view, algebraic numbers and random numbers behave similarly.We will present some generalizations of this phenomenon, for which we will use ideas of Kleinbock and Margulis on analysis on the space of lattices in R^d, as well as Schmidt's subspace theorem. 

SubmittedBy:  Ron Rosenthal, ron.ro@tx.technion.ac.il 
EventLink:  Event № 444 
We study global solutions $u:{\mathbb R}^3\to{\mathbb R}^2$ of the GinzburgLandau equation $\Delta u=(1u^2)u$ which are local minimizers in the sense of De Giorgi. We prove that a local minimizer satisfying the condition $\liminf_{R\to\infty}\frac{E(u;B_R)}{R\ln R}<2\pi$ must be constant. The main tool is a new sharp $\eta$ellipticity result for minimizers in dimension three that might be of independent interest. This is a joint work with Etienne Sandier (Universit\'e ParisEst).
Type:  Seminar 

Name:  PDE and Applied Mathematics Seminar 
Title:  Small energy GinzburgLandau minimizers in ${\mathbb R}^3$ 
Speaker:  Itai Shafrir, Technion 
Place:  Amado 814, Technion 
Abstract:  
We study global solutions $u:{\mathbb R}^3\to{\mathbb R}^2$ of the GinzburgLandau equation $\Delta u=(1u^2)u$ which are local minimizers in the sense of De Giorgi. We prove that a local minimizer satisfying the condition $\liminf_{R\to\infty}\frac{E(u;B_R)}{R\ln R}<2\pi$ must be constant. The main tool is a new sharp $\eta$ellipticity result for minimizers in dimension three that might be of independent interest. This is a joint work with Etienne Sandier (Universit\'e ParisEst). 

SubmittedBy:  Yehuda Pinchover, pincho@tx.technion.ac.il 
EventLink:  Event № 466 
Given two permutations A and B which "almost" commute, are they "close" to permutations A' and B' which really commute? This can be seen as a question about a property the equation XY=YX. Studying analogous problems for more general equations (or systems of equations) leads to the notion of "locally testable groups" (aka "stable groups").
We will take the opportunity to say something about "local testability" in general, which is an important subject in computer science. We will then describe some results and methods developed (in a work in progress), together with Alex Lubotzky, to decide whether various groups are locally testable or not.This will bring in some important notions in group theory, such as amenability, Kazhdan's Property (T) and sofic groups.
Type:  Seminar 

Name:  Algebra Seminar 
Title:  Equations in permutations and group theoretic local testability 
Speaker:  Oren Becker 
Place:  Amado 719, Technion 
Abstract:  
Given two permutations A and B which "almost" commute, are they "close" to permutations A' and B' which really commute? This can be seen as a question about a property the equation XY=YX. Studying analogous problems for more general equations (or systems of equations) leads to the notion of "locally testable groups" (aka "stable groups"). We will take the opportunity to say something about "local testability" in general, which is an important subject in computer science. We will then describe some results and methods developed (in a work in progress), together with Alex Lubotzky, to decide whether various groups are locally testable or not.This will bring in some important notions in group theory, such as amenability, Kazhdan's Property (T) and sofic groups. 

SubmittedBy:  Yakov Karasik, yaakov@tx.technion.ac.il 
EventLink:  Event № 455 
We will study ndimensional badly approximable points on curves. Given an analytic nondegenerate curve in R^n, we will show that any countable intersection of the sets of weighted badly approximable points on the curve has full Hausdorff dimension. This strengthens a previous result of Beresnevich by removing the condition on weights. Compared with the work of Beresnevich, we study the problem through homogeneous dynamics. It turns out that the problem is closely related to the study of distribution of long pieces of unipotent orbits in homogeneous spaces.
Type:  Seminar 

Name:  Groups, Dynamics and Related Topics 
Title:  Badly approximable points on curves and unipotent orbits in homogeneous spaces 
Speaker:  Lei Young (Hebrew University of Jerusalem) 
Place:  814, Technion 
Abstract:  
We will study ndimensional badly approximable points on curves. Given an analytic nondegenerate curve in R^n, we will show that any countable intersection of the sets of weighted badly approximable points on the curve has full Hausdorff dimension. This strengthens a previous result of Beresnevich by removing the condition on weights. Compared with the work of Beresnevich, we study the problem through homogeneous dynamics. It turns out that the problem is closely related to the study of distribution of long pieces of unipotent orbits in homogeneous spaces. 

SubmittedBy:  Uri Shapira, ushapira@tx.technion.ac.il 
EventLink:  Event № 463 
There are two interesting norms on free groups and surface groups which are invariant under the group of all automorphisms:
A) For free groups we have the primitive norm, i.e., g_p = the minimal number of primitive elements one has to multiply to get g.
B) For fundamental group of genus g surface we have the simple curves norm, i.e., g_s = the minimal number of simple closed curves one need to concatenate to get g.
We prove the following dichotomy: either g^n is bounded or growths linearly with n. For free groups and surface groups we give an explicit characterisation of (un)bounded elements. It follows for example, that if g is a simple separating curve on a surface, then g^n growths linearly. However, if g is a simple nonseparating curve, then g^n <= 2 for every n. This answers a question of D. Calegari.
The main idea of the proof is to construct appropriate quasimorphisms. M. Abert asked if there are Autinvariant nontrivial homogeneous quasimorphisms on free groups. As a byproduct of our technique we answer this question in the positive for rank 2. This is a joint work with M. Brandenbursky.
Type:  Seminar 

Name:  Geometry and Topology Seminar 
Title:  Autinvariant metrics and Autinvariant quasimorphisms on free groups and surface groups 
Speaker:  Michał Marcinkowski (Universität Regensburg) 
Place:  Amado 814, Technion 
Abstract:  
There are two interesting norms on free groups and surface groups which are invariant under the group of all automorphisms: A) For free groups we have the primitive norm, i.e., g_p = the minimal number of primitive elements one has to multiply to get g. B) For fundamental group of genus g surface we have the simple curves norm, i.e., g_s = the minimal number of simple closed curves one need to concatenate to get g. We prove the following dichotomy: either g^n is bounded or growths linearly with n. For free groups and surface groups we give an explicit characterisation of (un)bounded elements. It follows for example, that if g is a simple separating curve on a surface, then g^n growths linearly. However, if g is a simple nonseparating curve, then g^n <= 2 for every n. This answers a question of D. Calegari. The main idea of the proof is to construct appropriate quasimorphisms. M. Abert asked if there are Autinvariant nontrivial homogeneous quasimorphisms on free groups. As a byproduct of our technique we answer this question in the positive for rank 2. This is a joint work with M. Brandenbursky. 

SubmittedBy:  Tobias Hartnick, hartnick@tx.technion.ac.il 
EventLink:  Event № 460 
Workshop on Optimization on the Occasion of Professor Roman Polyak's 80^{th} Birthday
April 3, 2017
Auditorium 232, Amado Mathematics Building, Technion
For further information, titles and abstracts and more, please see:
http://www.math.tau.ac.il/~teboulle/roman80.html
There is no registration fee, but if you wish to participate in the workshop, please let us know by March 20th at: cms@math.technion.ac.il
Schedule:
10:0010:15  Opening remarks
10:1511:00  Amir Beck (Technion)
11:0011:15  Coffee break
11:1512:00  Dmitriy Drusvyatskiy (University of Washington)
12:0012:45  Dan Garber (TTI, Chicago)
12:4514:15  Lunch break
14:1515:00  Michael Zibulevsky (Technion)
15:0015:30  Coffee break
15:3016:30  Aharon BenTal (Technion)
16:3017:15  Boris Polyak (Russian Academy of Sciences)
Organizers: Simeon Reich (Technion), Shoham Sabach (Technion), Marc Teboulle (TAU)
Type:  Workshop 

Name:  CMS 
Title:  Workshop on Optimization on the Occasion of Professor Roman Polyak's 80th Birthday 
Speaker:  Amir Beck, Dmitriy Drusvyatskiy, Dan Garber, Michael Zibulevsky, Aharon BenTal, Boris Polyak 
Place:  Amado 232, Technion 
Announcement:  
Workshop on Optimization on the Occasion of Professor Roman Polyak's 80^{th} Birthday April 3, 2017 Auditorium 232, Amado Mathematics Building, Technion
For further information, titles and abstracts and more, please see: http://www.math.tau.ac.il/~teboulle/roman80.html There is no registration fee, but if you wish to participate in the workshop, please let us know by March 20th at: cms@math.technion.ac.il Schedule: 10:0010:15  Opening remarks 10:1511:00  Amir Beck (Technion) 11:0011:15  Coffee break 11:1512:00  Dmitriy Drusvyatskiy (University of Washington) 12:0012:45  Dan Garber (TTI, Chicago) 12:4514:15  Lunch break 14:1515:00  Michael Zibulevsky (Technion) 15:0015:30  Coffee break 15:3016:30  Aharon BenTal (Technion) 16:3017:15  Boris Polyak (Russian Academy of Sciences)
Organizers: Simeon Reich (Technion), Shoham Sabach (Technion), Marc Teboulle (TAU) 

Files:  POSTER 
SubmittedBy:  cms@math.technion.ac.il 
EventLink:  Event № 430 
In this talk, we will study optimization problems with ambiguous stochastic constraints where only partial information consisting of means and dispersion measures of the underlying random parameter is available. Whereas the past literature used the variance as the dispersion measure, here we use the mean absolute deviation from the mean (MAD). The approach is based on the availability of tight upper and lower bounds on the expectation of a convex function of a random variable, first discovered in 1972. We then use these bounds to derive exact robust counterparts of expected feasibility of convex constraints and to construct new safe tractable approximations of chance constraints. We test the applicability of the theoretical results numerically on various practical problems in Operations Research and Engineering.
Type:  Colloquium 

Name:  Colloquium 
Title:  Exact robust counterparts of ambiguous stochastic.constraints under mean and dispersion information 
Speaker:  Aharon BenTal (Technion) 
Place:  Amado 232, Technion 
Abstract:  
In this talk, we will study optimization problems with ambiguous stochastic constraints where only partial information consisting of means and dispersion measures of the underlying random parameter is available. Whereas the past literature used the variance as the dispersion measure, here we use the mean absolute deviation from the mean (MAD). The approach is based on the availability of tight upper and lower bounds on the expectation of a convex function of a random variable, first discovered in 1972. We then use these bounds to derive exact robust counterparts of expected feasibility of convex constraints and to construct new safe tractable approximations of chance constraints. We test the applicability of the theoretical results numerically on various practical problems in Operations Research and Engineering. 

SubmittedBy:  Ron Rosenthal, ron.ro@tx.technion.ac.il 
EventLink:  Event № 445 
Onedimensional Toeplitz words generalize periodic sequences and are therefore used as model for quasicrystals. They are constructed from periodic words with "holes" (that is, undetermined positions) by successively filling the holes with other periodic words. In this talk, the subclass of so called simple Toeplitz words is considered. We will discuss combinatorial properties of subshifts associated them. In addition to describing certain aspects of how ordered the word is, these properties are important tools for other questions as well. We will apply them to answer questions concerning the spectrum of Schrödinger operators and Jacobi operators on the subshift.
Type:  Seminar 

Name:  PDE and Applied Mathematics Seminar 
Title:  On spectral properties of Schrödinger Operators on Simple Toeplitz Subshifts 
Speaker:  Daniel Sell, U Jena 
Place:  Amado 814, Technion 
Abstract:  
Onedimensional Toeplitz words generalize periodic sequences and are therefore used as model for quasicrystals. They are constructed from periodic words with "holes" (that is, undetermined positions) by successively filling the holes with other periodic words. In this talk, the subclass of so called simple Toeplitz words is considered. We will discuss combinatorial properties of subshifts associated them. In addition to describing certain aspects of how ordered the word is, these properties are important tools for other questions as well. We will apply them to answer questions concerning the spectrum of Schrödinger operators and Jacobi operators on the subshift. 

SubmittedBy:  Yehuda Pinchover, pincho@tx.technion.ac.il 
EventLink:  Event № 457 
The uinvariant of a field is the maximal dimension of a nonsingular anisotropic quadratic form over that field, whose order in the Witt group of the field is finite. By a classical theorem of Elman and Lam, the uinvariant of a linked field of characteristic different from 2 can be either 0,1,2,4 or 8. The analogous question in the case of characteristic 2 remained open for a long time. We will discuss the proof of the equivalent statement in characteristic 2, recently obtained in a joint work by Andrew Dolphin and the speaker.
Type:  Seminar 

Name:  Algebra Seminar 
Title:  Linked Fields of Characteristic 2 and their uInvariant 
Speaker:  Adam Chapman 
Place:  Amado 719, Technion 
Abstract:  
The uinvariant of a field is the maximal dimension of a nonsingular anisotropic quadratic form over that field, whose order in the Witt group of the field is finite. By a classical theorem of Elman and Lam, the uinvariant of a linked field of characteristic different from 2 can be either 0,1,2,4 or 8. The analogous question in the case of characteristic 2 remained open for a long time. We will discuss the proof of the equivalent statement in characteristic 2, recently obtained in a joint work by Andrew Dolphin and the speaker. 

SubmittedBy:  Yakov Karasik, yaakov@tx.technion.ac.il 
EventLink:  Event № 439 
We consider a general class of sparse graphs which includes for example graphs that satisfy a strong isoperimetric inequality. First, we characterize these graphs in a functional analytic way by means of the form domain of Schrödinger operators. Furthermore, we study spectral bounds and characterize discreteness of the spectrum. As a particular consequence we obtain estimates on the eigenvalue asymptotics in this case. (This is joint work with Michel Bonnefont and Sylvain Golénia.)
Type:  Seminar 

Name:  PDE and Applied Mathematics Seminar 
Title:  Schrödinger operators on sparse graphs 
Speaker:  Matthias Keller, University of Potsdam 
Place:  Amado 814, Technion 
Abstract:  
We consider a general class of sparse graphs which includes for example graphs that satisfy a strong isoperimetric inequality. First, we characterize these graphs in a functional analytic way by means of the form domain of Schrödinger operators. Furthermore, we study spectral bounds and characterize discreteness of the spectrum. As a particular consequence we obtain estimates on the eigenvalue asymptotics in this case. (This is joint work with Michel Bonnefont and Sylvain Golénia.) 

SubmittedBy:  Yehuda Pinchover, pincho@tx.technion.ac.il 
EventLink:  Event № 437 
Type:  Seminar 

Name:  Algebra Seminar 
Title:  Galois group of local fields, Lie algebras and ramfications 
Speaker:  Victor Abrashkin 
Place:  Amado 719, Technion 
Files:  Abstract 
SubmittedBy:  Yakov Karasik, yaakov@tx.technion.ac.il 
EventLink:  Event № 440 
T.B.A.
Type:  Colloquium 

Name:  Colloquium 
Title:  T.B.A. 
Speaker:  Yael Karshon (University of Toronto) 
Place:  Amado 232, Technion 
Abstract:  
T.B.A. 

SubmittedBy:  Ron Rosenthal, ron.ro@tx.technion.ac.il 
EventLink:  Event № 446 
In the last 15 years, there has been much progress on higher dimensional solutions to the Einstein equation, much of it from the physics community. They are particularly interesting as, unlike 4 dimensional spacetimes, the horizon is no longer restricted to being diffeomorphic to the sphere, as demonstrated by the celebrated black ring solution of Emparan and Reall. Using the WeylPapapetrou coordinates and harmonic map, we show the existence of stationary solutions to the 5 dimensional vacuum Einstein equation, which are biaxisymmetric solutions with lens space horizons. This is a joint project with Marcus Khuri and Sumio Yamada.
Type:  Seminar 

Name:  PDE and Applied Mathematics Seminar 
Title:  Biaxisymmetric stationary solutions to the vacuum Einstein equation with nonspherical horizons 
Speaker:  Gilbert Weinstein, Department of Mathematics and Department of Physics, Ariel University 
Place:  Amado 814, Technion 
Abstract:  
In the last 15 years, there has been much progress on higher dimensional solutions to the Einstein equation, much of it from the physics community. They are particularly interesting as, unlike 4 dimensional spacetimes, the horizon is no longer restricted to being diffeomorphic to the sphere, as demonstrated by the celebrated black ring solution of Emparan and Reall. Using the WeylPapapetrou coordinates and harmonic map, we show the existence of stationary solutions to the 5 dimensional vacuum Einstein equation, which are biaxisymmetric solutions with lens space horizons. This is a joint project with Marcus Khuri and Sumio Yamada. 

SubmittedBy:  Yehuda Pinchover, pincho@tx.technion.ac.il 
EventLink:  Event № 465 
T.B.A.
Type:  Colloquium 

Name:  Colloquium 
Title:  T.B.A. 
Speaker:  Shai Haran (Technion) 
Place:  Amado 232, Technion 
Abstract:  
T.B.A. 

SubmittedBy:  Ron Rosenthal, ron.ro@tx.technion.ac.il 
EventLink:  Event № 447 
T.B.A.
Type:  Colloquium 

Name:  Colloquium 
Title:  T.B.A. 
Speaker:  Uri Onn (BenGurion University) 
Place:  Amado 232, Technion 
Abstract:  
T.B.A. 

SubmittedBy:  Ron Rosenthal, ron.ro@tx.technion.ac.il 
EventLink:  Event № 448 
T.B.A.
Type:  Colloquium 

Name:  Colloquium 
Title:  T.B.A. 
Speaker:  Ross Pinsky (Technion) 
Place:  Amado 232, Technion 
Abstract:  
T.B.A. 

SubmittedBy:  Ron Rosenthal, ron.ro@tx.technion.ac.il 
EventLink:  Event № 449 
COMPLEX AND HARMONIC ANALYSIS III
In memory of
PROFESSOR URI SREBRO (Z"L)
June 4 – 8, 2017
TECHNION – Israel Institute of Technology HIT – Holon Institute of Technology
The Conference will provide a forum for discussions and exchange of new ideas, concepts and recent developments in the broad field of Modern Analysis. The topics to be addressed include (but not restricted to)
* Complex Analysis
* Harmonic Analysis and PDE
* QuasiConformal Mappings and Geometry
The event will take place on June 4 – 8, 2017 in the TECHNION on June 7 and in HIT June 4,5,8 in HIT.
For registration and information please contact Anaoly Goldberg at golberga@hit.ac.il
On behalf of the Organizing Committee
,
Sincerely,
Anatoly Golberg
Holon Institute of Technology
Type:  Conference 

Name:  Analysis 
Title:  COMPLEX AND HARMONIC ANALYSIS III 
Speaker:  
Place:  Technion, Technion 
Abstract:  
COMPLEX AND HARMONIC ANALYSIS III In memory of PROFESSOR URI SREBRO (Z"L) June 4 – 8, 2017
TECHNION – Israel Institute of Technology HIT – Holon Institute of Technology
The Conference will provide a forum for discussions and exchange of new ideas, concepts and recent developments in the broad field of Modern Analysis. The topics to be addressed include (but not restricted to)
* Complex Analysis
* Harmonic Analysis and PDE
* QuasiConformal Mappings and Geometry
The event will take place on June 4 – 8, 2017 in the TECHNION on June 7 and in HIT June 4,5,8 in HIT. For registration and information please contact Anaoly Goldberg at golberga@hit.ac.il
On behalf of the Organizing Committee , Sincerely, Anatoly Golberg Holon Institute of Technology 

SubmittedBy:  Shiri KaplanShabat, mathsec@tx.technion.ac.il 
EventLink:  Event № 464 
In his famous 1900 ICM address Hilbert proposed his famous list of problems for the 20th century. Among these was his 6th problem which was less clearly formulated than the others but dealt with a rigorous derivation of the macroscopic equations of continuum mechanics from the available microscopic theory of his time, i.e. statistical mechanics and specifically Boltzmann's kinetic theory of gases. The problem has drawn attention from analysts over the years and even Hilbert himself made a contribution. In this talk I will note how an exact summation of the ChapmanEnskog expansion for the Boltzmann equation due to Ilya Karlin ( ETH) and Alexander Gorban (Leicester) can be used to represent solutions of the Boltzmann equation and then show that these solutions CANNOT converge the classical balance laws of mass, momentum, and energy associated the Euler equation of compressible gas dynamics. Hence alas Hilbert's program (at least with respect to gas dynamics) has a negative outcome.
Type:  Seminar 

Name:  PDE and Applied Mathematics Seminar 
Title:  The problem with Hilbert's 6th problem 
Speaker:  Marshall Slemrod, University of WisconsinMadison 
Place:  Amado 814, Technion 
Abstract:  
In his famous 1900 ICM address Hilbert proposed his famous list of problems for the 20th century. Among these was his 6th problem which was less clearly formulated than the others but dealt with a rigorous derivation of the macroscopic equations of continuum mechanics from the available microscopic theory of his time, i.e. statistical mechanics and specifically Boltzmann's kinetic theory of gases. The problem has drawn attention from analysts over the years and even Hilbert himself made a contribution. In this talk I will note how an exact summation of the ChapmanEnskog expansion for the Boltzmann equation due to Ilya Karlin ( ETH) and Alexander Gorban (Leicester) can be used to represent solutions of the Boltzmann equation and then show that these solutions CANNOT converge the classical balance laws of mass, momentum, and energy associated the Euler equation of compressible gas dynamics. Hence alas Hilbert's program (at least with respect to gas dynamics) has a negative outcome.


SubmittedBy:  Yehuda Pinchover, pincho@tx.technion.ac.il 
EventLink:  Event № 434 
T.B.A
Reception will be held at 16:30
Faculty Lounge
Amado Mathematics Building, 8th floor
Type:  Lecture 

Name:  The 30th Elisha Netanyahu Memorial Lecture 
Title:  T.B.A 
Speaker:  Prof. Cedric Villani from Universite de Lyon 
Place:  T.B.A, Technion 
Abstract:  
T.B.A Reception will be held at 16:30 Faculty Lounge Amado Mathematics Building, 8th floor 

SubmittedBy:  Shiri KaplanShabat, mathsec@tx.technion.ac.il 
EventLink:  Event № 421 
T.B.A.
Type:  Colloquium 

Name:  Colloquium 
Title:  T.B.A. 
Speaker:  Charles Fefferman (Princeton) 
Place:  Amado 232, Technion 
Abstract:  
T.B.A. 

SubmittedBy:  Ron Rosenthal, ron.ro@tx.technion.ac.il 
EventLink:  Event № 450 
T.B.A.
Type:  Colloquium 

Name:  Colloquium 
Title:  T.B.A. 
Speaker:  Vadim Kaloshin (University of Maryland) 
Place:  Amado 232, Technion 
Abstract:  
T.B.A. 

SubmittedBy:  Ron Rosenthal, ron.ro@tx.technion.ac.il 
EventLink:  Event № 451 
Type:  Lecture series 

Name:  CMS 
Title:  Special Lecture Series 
Speaker:  Prof. Vadim Kaloshin 
Place:  Amado, 232, Technion 
Announcement:  
SubmittedBy:  cms@math.technion.ac.il 
EventLink:  Event № 277 
Type:  Seminar 

Name:  PDE and Applied Mathematics Seminar 
Title:  TBA 
Speaker:  Eitan Tadmor, U Maryland  CSCAMM & ETH  Institute for Theoretical Studies 
Place:  Amado 814, Technion 
SubmittedBy:  Yehuda Pinchover, pincho@tx.technion.ac.il 
EventLink:  Event № 458 
Type:  Seminar 

Name:  Geometry and Topology Seminar 
Title:  TBA 
Speaker:  Michael Brandenbursky (Ben Gurion) 
Place:  Amado 814, Technion 
SubmittedBy:  Tobias Hartnick, hartnick@tx.technion.ac.il 
EventLink:  Event № 461 
Type:  Conference 

Name:  CMS 
Title:  Multivariable Operator Theory at the Technion 
Speaker:  
Place:  Amado, 232, Technion 
Announcement:  
SubmittedBy:  cms@math.technion.ac.il 
EventLink:  Event № 253 
T.B.A.
Type:  Colloquium 

Name:  Colloquium 
Title:  T.B.A. 
Speaker:  Ken Davidson (University of Waterloo) 
Place:  Amado 232, Technion 
Abstract:  
T.B.A. 

SubmittedBy:  Ron Rosenthal, ron.ro@tx.technion.ac.il 
EventLink:  Event № 452 
Type:  Seminar 

Name:  PDE and Applied Mathematics Seminar 
Title:  TBA 
Speaker:  Edriss S. Titi (The Weizmann Institute of Science and Texas A&M University) 
Place:  Amado 814, Technion 
Abstract:  


SubmittedBy:  Yehuda Pinchover, pincho@tx.technion.ac.il 
EventLink:  Event № 456 
Type:  Seminar 

Name:  PDE and Applied Mathematics Seminar 
Title:  TBA 
Speaker:  Adi Ditkowski, Tel Aviv University 
Place:  Amado 814, Technion 
SubmittedBy:  Yehuda Pinchover, pincho@tx.technion.ac.il 
EventLink:  Event № 459 
T.B.A.
Type:  Colloquium 

Name:  Colloquium 
Title:  T.B.A. 
Speaker:  Antonio Giambruno (Università di Palermo) 
Place:  Amado 232, Technion 
Abstract:  
T.B.A. 

SubmittedBy:  Ron Rosenthal, ron.ro@tx.technion.ac.il 
EventLink:  Event № 453 
Summer School 2017
(for undergraduate students in their last years of studies)
Sunday – Friday 38.9.2017, Technion, Haifa, Israel
PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR FURTHER DETAILS
Organizers: Michael Entov, Michael Khanevsky, Amos Nevo
Type:  Workshop 

Name:  CMS 
Title:  Summer School 2017 
Speaker:  
Place:  Amado 232, Technion 
Announcement:  
Summer School 2017 (for undergraduate students in their last years of studies)Sunday – Friday 38.9.2017, Technion, Haifa, Israel PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR FURTHER DETAILS Organizers: Michael Entov, Michael Khanevsky, Amos Nevo 

SubmittedBy:  cms@math.technion.ac.il 
EventLink:  Event № 426 
SUMMER PROJECTS IN MATHEMATICS AT THE TECHNION
SundayFriday, September 10–15, 2017
PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
Organizers: Ram Band, Baptiste Devyver, Ron Rosenthal
Type:  Workshop 

Name:  CMS 
Title:  Summer Projects in Mathematics 2017 
Speaker:  
Place:  Amado 232, Technion 
Announcement:  
SUMMER PROJECTS IN MATHEMATICS AT THE TECHNION SundayFriday, September 10–15, 2017 PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION Organizers: Ram Band, Baptiste Devyver, Ron Rosenthal 

SubmittedBy:  cms@math.technion.ac.il 
EventLink:  Event № 427 