Thursday Jan 13 
David Griffeath, University of Wisconsin  Madison Rigorous Results for Digital Snowflake Growth 

3:00 pm Friday Jan 14 
Craig A. Tracy, U.C. Davis The Airy and Pearcey Processes 
5:00 pm Friday Jan 14 
Anthony Baerlocher, Director of Game Design, IGT The Art of the Math Behind Slot Machines 
Thursday Jan 20 
Mauricio Gutierrez,
Tufts University
Recent Developments in Group Theory 
Thursday Jan 27 
Frank Morgan, Williams College Double Bubbles in $R^n$ and Other Spaces 
Thursday Feb 3 
Amit Khetan,
University of Massachusetts Implicitization of surfaces in $P^3$ using toric varieties 
4:10 pm Wednesday Feb 9 
Alex Barnett,
New York University Highfrequency cavity modes: efficient computation and applications 
2:30 pm Thursday Feb 10 
Noam Greenberg,
University of Notre Dame There is a difference between true finiteness and impostors 
Thursday Feb 10 
Elizabeth Allman,
University of Southern Maine Modeling Molecular Evolution: Markov models of DNA mutation on trees 
11:00 am Friday Feb 11 
John Rhodes,
Bates College Matrix Rank, Tensor Rank, and the Algebraic Statistics of Molecular Evolution 
2:00 pm Friday Feb 11 
Craig Sutton,
University of Pennsylvania Applications of Riemannian Submersions to Spectral Geometry and Manifolds of Positive Sectional Curvature 
Friday Feb 11 
William Stein,
Harvard University Computational verification of the Birch and SwinnertonDyer conjecture for specific elliptic curves 
2:00 pm Monday Feb 14 
Selim Esedoglu,
University of California at Los Angeles Threshold dynamics for the piecewise constant MumfordShah functional of image segmentation 
4:10 pm Monday Feb 14 
Joseph Miller,
Indiana University Kolmogorov complexity and MartinLof randomness 
Thursday Feb 17 
Ann Lee,
Yale University Geometric tools for highdimensional data analysis 
4:10 pm Friday Feb 18 
Jared Anderson,
Institute for Advanced Study MirkovicVilonen polytopes and cluster algebras 
4:10 pm Friday Feb 18 
Rebecca Weber,
Pennsylvania State University Sets, ideals, and $\Pi^0_1$ classes 
4:10 pm Tuesday Feb 22 
Mariel Vazquez,
University of California at Berkeley Topological analysis of enzymatic actions: sitespecific recombinases and topoisomerases 
Thursday Feb 24 
Siegfried Echterhoff,
University of Muenster (Germany) Noncommutative topology and the ConnesKasparov conjecture 
Thursday Mar 3 
Jozef Przytycki,
George Washington University
Open problems in Knot Theory which everyone can try to solve 
Thursday Mar 10 

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