Colloquium

The weekly colloquium features a talk by an invited speaker. Topics vary and include all areas of mathematics.

The colloquium takes place on Tuesdays, 14:00 in room 614, 6’th floor of the Science and Education Building. For further details, please contact the colloquium coordinator, Dr. Nadav Yesha.

Colloquium: Tuesday, October 26, 2021. Speaker: Jonathan Mosheiff (Carnegie Mellon University). Title: “Derandomization of elementary error correcting code ensembles”.

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82797905845?pwd=VUxHdkwyRzZIOHdDWkF2OC92U0p6UT09 An error correcting code is a subset C of F_q^n. We usually want C to be 1) large, 2) well-spread and 3) efficiently decodable. Elementary random constructions, such as taking C to be a uniformly random linear subspace…
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U. of Haifa Colloquium 15/6/21

Speaker: Michael Farber (University of London) Topic: Ample simplicial complexes. Place: This is an online seminar. Please email Yuval Ginosar “ginosar at math dot haifa dot ac dot il” for the Zoom ID and password. Date: Tuesday, June 15, 2021 Time: 14:00 Abstract: Motivated by…
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U. of Haifa Colloquium 18/5/21

Speaker: Horacio Rotstein (Rutgers University / New Jersey Institute of Technology) Topic: Resonance-based mechanisms of generation of oscillations in networks of non-oscillatory neurons Place: This is an online seminar. Please email Yuval Ginosar “ginosar at math dot haifa dot ac…
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