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  Monday  April 21, 2014
 
3:00 pm  Drexel Mathematics Colloquium
 W-algebras and Hamiltonian equations (DATE CHANGE!)
 Alberto De Sole, MIT and University of Rome La Sapienza
 Drexel University, Korman Center, Room 245
  
3:00 pm  Galois Seminar
 An Introduction to Almost Mathematics (cont'd)
 Brett Frankel, University of Pennsylvania
 University of Pennsylvania, DRL 4N30
  Note day and time. Continuation of talk on previous Friday.
  
4:00 pm  Algebra Seminar
 André vs. Hrushovski: Towards a Dictionary, Part I
 Aaron Silberstein, University of Pennsylvania
 University of Pennsylvania, DRL 4N30
  First of two parts.
  
  Tuesday  April 22, 2014
 
4:30 pm  Analysis Seminar
 Global regularity for 2d water waves
 Fabio Pusateri, Princeton University
 University of Pennsylvania, DRL 4C8
  
  Wednesday  April 23, 2014
 
4:30 pm  Penn Mathematics Colloquium
 Hearing the shapes of manifolds: a partial survey
 Carolyn Gordon, Dartmouth University
 University of Pennsylvania, DRL A6
  
  Thursday  April 24, 2014
 
2:30 pm  CAGE: Philadelphia Area Combinatorics and Alg. Geometry Seminar
 Quantum K-theory of Grassmannians
 Kaisa Taipale, University of Minnesota
 University of Pennsylvania, DRL MPA Library Seminar Room
  
6:00 pm  Philadelphia Area Seminar on the History of Mathematics
 Theory of Differences: How and why the most famous science writer in 19th-century England could not get her mathematical textbook published
 Shelley Costa, Swarthmore College, West Chester Univ., Independent Scholar
 Villanova University, 300 St. Augustine Center
  Optional light supper (donation: $10.00)
  
  Friday  April 25, 2014
 
2:00 pm  AMCS/PICS Colloquium
 Putting the statistics back in statistical mechanics
 Michael Shirts, U of VA
 University of Pennsylvania, Towne 337
  
3:15 pm  Galois Seminar
 Weight-monodromy conjecture and perfectoid spaces
 Matti Astrand, University of Pennsylvania
 University of Pennsylvania, DRL 4N30