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SUMMARY:CPT Student Seminar: BPS states, wall-crossing and quivers
DESCRIPTION:Robert Moscrop , Durham University \nIn recent years it has be
come increasingly apparent that the study of BPS states is highly applicab
le not only to physics but several areas of mathematics as well. For examp
le, BPS states are important objects in black hole physics, homological mi
rror symmetry and enumerative geometry. It is therefore important that we
develop an efficient method of calculating the BPS states of a theory. Thi
s is made more complicated by the fact that the BPS spectrum discontinuous
ly varies upon crossing certain surfaces in parameter space- giving rise t
o the so called 'wall-crossing phenomenon'. In this talk we develop the me
thod of BPS quivers which gives us a way to understand all the BPS chamber
s of a theory in a purely combinatorial way.
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UID:SEMINAR6347
SEQUENCE:0
DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200127T130000Z
DTEND:20200127T140000Z
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SUMMARY:Pure Maths Colloquium: Surface subgroups of graphs of free groups
DESCRIPTION:Henry Wilton, University of Cambridge\nHyperbolic groups, intr
oduced by Gromov and others in the 1980s, are discrete groups that satisfy
a coarse negative curvature condition. The simplest examples are free gr
oups and surface groups (i.e. the fundamental groups of negatively curved
surfaces). Around the time of their introduction, Gromov famously asked
a natural question: must a hyperbolic group G contain a surface subgroup,
unless it has a free subgroup of finite index? I will describe recent prog
ress in the case when G is the fundamental group of a graph of free groups
(for instance, an amalgamated product F_1 *_H F_2).
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DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200127T130000Z
DTEND:20200127T140000Z
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SUMMARY:Statistics Seminars: A characterisation of the planar Gaussian fre
e field
DESCRIPTION:Ellen Powell, Durham University\nI will discuss a joint work w
ith Nathanael Berestycki and Gourab Ray, in which we prove that a random d
istribution in two dimensions satisfying conformal invariance and a natura
l domain Markov property must be a multiple of the Gaussian free field. Th
is result holds subject only to a mild moment assumption.
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UID:SEMINAR6381
SEQUENCE:0
DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200129T130000Z
DTEND:20200129T140000Z
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TRANSP:OPAQUE
LOCATION:TLC129
SUMMARY:MHD Seminar: Probing energy release and transport in explosive eve
nts
DESCRIPTION:Sarah Matthews, UCL\nThe magnetic field of the corona stores t
he energy that is released via magnetic reconnection during solar flares a
nd coronal mass ejections (CMEs). Flares with CMEs are often described by
the ‘standard’ eruptive flare (CSHKP) model and this offers a conceptu
al framework in which to investigate the global characteristics of the ene
rgy release and transport in the context of the magnetic field configurati
on. The low plasma beta environment of the corona means the magnetic field
plays a central role in the energy transport, and different magnetic fiel
d configurations can lead to a variety of outcomes in terms of the evoluti
on of the energy release, the efficiency of the energy transport mechanism
s and the locations where the energy is deposited. Despite the often rathe
r good agreement between observations and the ‘standard’ model, many o
pen questions remain particularly in respect to the triggering of the ener
gy release. In this talk I will discuss how multi-wavelength spectroscopy
used in tandem with magnetic field information can help shed light on some
of these open questions, and also how new facilities might provide new in
sights in the future.
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SEQUENCE:0
DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200130T130000Z
DTEND:20200130T140000Z
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TRANSP:OPAQUE
LOCATION:CM301
SUMMARY:Geometry and Topology Seminar: Tautological Rings of Fibrations
DESCRIPTION:Nils Prigge, University of Cambridge\nThe tautological ring of
smooth fibre bundles with fibre M is the subring of the cohomology of BDi
ff(M) generated by the generalised Miller-Morita-Mumford classes, which ar
e defined as fibre integrals of characteristic classes of the vertical tan
gent bundle. The fibrewise Euler class can be defined more generally for f
ibrations with Poincaré fibre X so that there is an analogous definition
of the tautological ring of fibrations as the subring of the cohomology of
Bhaut(X) generated by fibre integrals of powers of the fibrewise Euler cl
ass. I will discuss how to compute it using the well-studied algebraic mo
dels of fibrations from rational homotopy theory. Furthermore, I will show
how one can extract obstructions to smoothing fibrations for some rationa
lly elliptic manifolds.
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BEGIN:VEVENT
UID:SEMINAR6144
SEQUENCE:0
DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200131T130000Z
DTEND:20200131T140000Z
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SUMMARY:Maths HEP Lunchtime Seminars: A non-supersymmetric 5d Fixed Point?
DESCRIPTION:David Tong, University of Cambridge\nThe question mark in the
title is important.
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BEGIN:VEVENT
UID:SEMINAR6351
SEQUENCE:0
DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200203T130000Z
DTEND:20200203T140000Z
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SUMMARY:Pure Maths Colloquium: TBA
DESCRIPTION:Alpár Mészáros, Durham University\nTBA
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BEGIN:VEVENT
UID:SEMINAR6325
SEQUENCE:0
DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200203T130000Z
DTEND:20200203T140000Z
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SUMMARY:Statistics Seminars: Long-term behaviour of growth-fragmentation p
rocesses
DESCRIPTION:Alex Watson, UCL\nGrowth-fragmentation processes describe the
evolution of systems of\ncells which grow continuously and fragment sudden
ly. They are used in\nmodels of cell division and protein polymerisation.
In the long term,\nthe concentrations of cells with given masses typically
increase at some\nexponential rate and, after compensating for this, they
arrive at an\nasymptotic profile. Up to now, this has mainly been studied
for the\naverage behaviour of the system, often by means of a natural par
tial\nintegro-differential equation and the associated spectral theory.\nH
owever, the behaviour of the system as a whole, rather than only its\naver
age, is more delicate. Under certain conditions, we show that the\nentire
collection of cells converges to a certain asymptotic profile.\nJoint work
with Jean Bertoin.
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UID:SEMINAR6373
SEQUENCE:0
DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200204T130000Z
DTEND:20200204T140000Z
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SUMMARY:Arithmetic Study Group:
DESCRIPTION:Steven Charlton, Max Planck Institute for Mathematics, Bonn\n
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BEGIN:VEVENT
UID:SEMINAR6222
SEQUENCE:0
DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200206T130000Z
DTEND:20200206T140000Z
STATUS:CONFIRMED
TRANSP:OPAQUE
LOCATION:CM301
SUMMARY:Geometry and Topology Seminar: Topology of Tiling Spaces over infi
nite alphabets
DESCRIPTION:Dan Rust, Bielefeld\nAperiodic sequences over finite alphabets
are ubiquitous in the study of topological dynamics, and as such, it's im
portant that we have tools for studying such sequences. We're able to use
methods from algebraic topology, such as Cech cohomology to provide invari
ants for these sequences, especially when the sequences have additional st
ructure such as those generated by substitutions. One first builds a topol
ogical space associated with the sequence, called the tiling space for whi
ch cohomology can then be computed. These spaces are interesting in their
own right and rather different to the standard beasts that a topologist mi
ght usually encounter. I will give a brief introduction to tiling spaces a
nd explain how we are sometimes able to calculate cohomology for sequences
over other (infinite) alphabets such as compact Lie groups.
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DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200206T140000Z
DTEND:20200206T150000Z
STATUS:CONFIRMED
TRANSP:OPAQUE
LOCATION:OC218
SUMMARY:Centre for Particle Theory Colloquia:
DESCRIPTION:Sameer Murthy, King's College London\n
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BEGIN:VEVENT
UID:SEMINAR6145
SEQUENCE:0
DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200207T130000Z
DTEND:20200207T140000Z
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SUMMARY:Maths HEP Lunchtime Seminars: Phases of 4d SYM at large N and supe
rsymmetric black holes in AdS5.
DESCRIPTION:Sameer Murthy, KCL\nIt was thought until relatively recently t
hat the most general 4d superconformal index on S^3 x S^1 does not contain
an exponential growth of states as a function of the charges, thus posing
the puzzle: how do we account for the entropy of supersymmetric black hol
es in the holographically dual AdS_5? I will discuss recent progress on th
is subject showing that the superconformal index does indeed have an expon
ential growth of states which is completely consistent with the existence
of a black hole. I will discuss this from both the bulk and boundary point
of view. In the boundary SYM, I will show that there is an infinite famil
y of saddle points of the relevant matrix integral, one of which is identi
fied with the black hole. I will then discuss the phase diagram of the the
ory. The solution of this matrix integral relies on some interesting conne
ctions to the Bloch-Wigner elliptic dilogarithm.\n\nThis will be based on
arXiv:1810.11442, 1904.05865, and mainly 1909.09597. \n\n\n
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BEGIN:VEVENT
UID:SEMINAR6374
SEQUENCE:0
DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200211T130000Z
DTEND:20200211T140000Z
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SUMMARY:Arithmetic Study Group: Examples of Hodge Theory in Physics
DESCRIPTION:Mathew Bullimore, Durham University\n
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BEGIN:VEVENT
UID:SEMINAR6227
SEQUENCE:0
DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200213T130000Z
DTEND:20200213T140000Z
STATUS:CONFIRMED
TRANSP:OPAQUE
LOCATION:CM301
SUMMARY:Geometry and Topology Seminar: Constructing Cartan subalgebras in
all classifiable C*-algebras
DESCRIPTION:Xin Li, Queen Mary University of London\n
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BEGIN:VEVENT
UID:SEMINAR6146
SEQUENCE:0
DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200214T130000Z
DTEND:20200214T140000Z
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SUMMARY:Maths HEP Lunchtime Seminars: Spherical Branes, Supersymmetric Loc
alization, and Holography
DESCRIPTION:Nikolay Bobev, KU Leuven\nI will describe a class of supergrav
ity solutions holographically dual to d-dimensional maximally supersymmetr
ic SYM on S^d. Supersymmetric localization can be employed to calculate th
e partition function and the VEV of a 1/2-BPS Wilson lines in the planar l
imit of the SYM theory. I will present the results of this calculation and
will show how they lead to a non-trivial precision test of holography in
the context of non-conformal QFTs and space-times that are non asymptotica
lly locally AdS.
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BEGIN:VEVENT
UID:SEMINAR6201
SEQUENCE:0
DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200217T130000Z
DTEND:20200217T140000Z
STATUS:CONFIRMED
TRANSP:OPAQUE
LOCATION:CM219
SUMMARY:Pure Maths Colloquium: TBA
DESCRIPTION:Péter Varjú, University of Cambridge\nTBA
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BEGIN:VEVENT
UID:SEMINAR6326
SEQUENCE:0
DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200217T130000Z
DTEND:20200217T140000Z
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SUMMARY:Statistics Seminars:
DESCRIPTION:Conrado Da-Costa, Durham University\n
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BEGIN:VEVENT
UID:SEMINAR6309
SEQUENCE:0
DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200220T130000Z
DTEND:20200220T140000Z
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SUMMARY:Geometry and Topology Seminar: The spectrum of simplicial volume
DESCRIPTION:Nicholaus Heuer, University of Cambridge\n
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BEGIN:VEVENT
UID:SEMINAR6118
SEQUENCE:0
DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200220T140000Z
DTEND:20200220T150000Z
STATUS:CONFIRMED
TRANSP:OPAQUE
LOCATION:OC218
SUMMARY:Centre for Particle Theory Colloquia: TBA
DESCRIPTION:Dominik Stoeckinger, TU Dresden\n
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BEGIN:VEVENT
UID:SEMINAR6147
SEQUENCE:0
DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200221T130000Z
DTEND:20200221T140000Z
STATUS:CONFIRMED
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SUMMARY:Maths HEP Lunchtime Seminars: TBA
DESCRIPTION:Jerome Gauntlet, Imperial College London\n
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BEGIN:VEVENT
UID:SEMINAR6184
SEQUENCE:0
DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200224T130000Z
DTEND:20200224T140000Z
STATUS:CONFIRMED
TRANSP:OPAQUE
LOCATION:CM107
SUMMARY:Statistics Seminars:
DESCRIPTION:Frank Dondelinger , \n
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BEGIN:VEVENT
UID:SEMINAR6079
SEQUENCE:0
DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200227T130500Z
DTEND:20200227T140500Z
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SUMMARY:Geometry and Topology Seminar: Why is the 4 dimensional Poincare C
onjecture still open ?
DESCRIPTION:Brendan Guilfoyle , IT Talee\nThe Poincare conjectures roughly
state that any closed n-manifold that looks like the n-sphere is the n-sp
here. There are various versions of the conjecture: if a manifold is homot
opy equivalent to the n-sphere, is it homeomorphic to the n-sphere? If it
is homeomorphic to the n-sphere, is it diffeomorphic to the n-sphere? Thes
e are referred to as the topological and smooth Poincare Conjectures, resp
ectively. It is claimed that they have been resolved in all cases except f
or the 4-dimensional smooth Poincare Conjecture, which remains shrouded in
mystery.\n\nIn this talk, we will explore reasons for this gap and point
to the incomplete understanding of Freedman's claimed resolution of the 4-
dimensional topological case. The talk will centre on a series of unanswer
ed MathOverflow questions:\n\nhttps://mathoverflow.net/questions/87674/ind
ependent-evidence-for-the-classification-of-topological-4-manifolds \nhttp
s://mathoverflow.net/questions/108631/fake-versus-exotic \nhttps://mathove
rflow.net/questions/252563/the-freedman-dichotomies \n\nWe will describe t
he background and motivation of these questions and explain why the claim
of the Freedman Disk Theorem, being at the heart of the matter, is problem
atic. In addition, we will outline approaches to disproving Freedman's cla
im and the implications of such a disproof.
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BEGIN:VEVENT
UID:SEMINAR6148
SEQUENCE:0
DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200228T130000Z
DTEND:20200228T140000Z
STATUS:CONFIRMED
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SUMMARY:Maths HEP Lunchtime Seminars: TBA
DESCRIPTION:Alessandro Tomasiello, Università Milano-Bicocca\n
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BEGIN:VEVENT
UID:SEMINAR6334
SEQUENCE:0
DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200302T130000Z
DTEND:20200302T140000Z
STATUS:CONFIRMED
TRANSP:OPAQUE
LOCATION:CM107
SUMMARY:Statistics Seminars:
DESCRIPTION:Oliver Stoner, University of Exeter\n
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BEGIN:VEVENT
UID:SEMINAR6304
SEQUENCE:0
DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200303T130000Z
DTEND:20200303T140000Z
STATUS:CONFIRMED
TRANSP:OPAQUE
LOCATION:
SUMMARY:Arithmetic Study Group: TBA
DESCRIPTION:Rainer Dietmann, Royal Holloway\n
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
UID:SEMINAR6255
SEQUENCE:0
DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200305T130000Z
DTEND:20200305T140000Z
STATUS:CONFIRMED
TRANSP:OPAQUE
LOCATION:CM301
SUMMARY:Geometry and Topology Seminar: Homological Stability: Coxeter, Art
in, Iawahori-Hecke
DESCRIPTION:Richard Hepworth, University of Aberdeen\nHomological stabilit
y is a topological property that is satisfied by many families of groups,
including the symmetric groups, braid groups, general linear groups, mappi
ng class groups and more; it has been studied since the 1950's, with a lot
of current activity and new techniques. In this talk I will explain a set
of homological stability results from the past few years, on Coxeter grou
ps, Artin groups, and Iwahori-Hecke algebras (some due to myself and other
s due to Rachael Boyd). I won't assume any knowledge of these things in ad
vance, and I will try to introduce and motivate it all gently.
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UID:SEMINAR6119
SEQUENCE:0
DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200305T140000Z
DTEND:20200305T150000Z
STATUS:CONFIRMED
TRANSP:OPAQUE
LOCATION:OC218
SUMMARY:Centre for Particle Theory Colloquia:
DESCRIPTION:, \n
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BEGIN:VEVENT
UID:SEMINAR6149
SEQUENCE:0
DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200306T130000Z
DTEND:20200306T140000Z
STATUS:CONFIRMED
TRANSP:OPAQUE
LOCATION:
SUMMARY:Maths HEP Lunchtime Seminars:
DESCRIPTION:David Skinner, University of Cambridge\n
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
UID:SEMINAR6345
SEQUENCE:0
DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200309T130000Z
DTEND:20200309T140000Z
STATUS:CONFIRMED
TRANSP:OPAQUE
LOCATION:CM101
SUMMARY:Pure Maths Colloquium: Profinite groups: algebra, topology and log
ic
DESCRIPTION:Dan Segal, University of Oxford\nTBA
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
UID:SEMINAR6327
SEQUENCE:0
DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200309T130000Z
DTEND:20200309T140000Z
STATUS:CONFIRMED
TRANSP:OPAQUE
LOCATION:
SUMMARY:Statistics Seminars:
DESCRIPTION:Eveliina Peltola, HCM, Bonn University\n
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
UID:SEMINAR6316
SEQUENCE:0
DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200312T130000Z
DTEND:20200312T140000Z
STATUS:CONFIRMED
TRANSP:OPAQUE
LOCATION:
SUMMARY:Geometry and Topology Seminar: Negatively curved bundles
DESCRIPTION:Mauricio Bustamante, University of Cambridge\n
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BEGIN:VEVENT
UID:SEMINAR6346
SEQUENCE:0
DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200316T130000Z
DTEND:20200316T140000Z
STATUS:CONFIRMED
TRANSP:OPAQUE
LOCATION:CM101
SUMMARY:Pure Maths Colloquium: TBA
DESCRIPTION:Graeme Wilkin, University of York\nTBA
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
UID:SEMINAR6335
SEQUENCE:0
DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200316T130000Z
DTEND:20200316T140000Z
STATUS:CONFIRMED
TRANSP:OPAQUE
LOCATION:CM107
SUMMARY:Statistics Seminars:
DESCRIPTION:Ben Powell, University of York\n
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
UID:SEMINAR6378
SEQUENCE:0
DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200319T130000Z
DTEND:20200319T140000Z
STATUS:CONFIRMED
TRANSP:OPAQUE
LOCATION:
SUMMARY:Geometry and Topology Seminar: TBA
DESCRIPTION:Martin Kerin, National University of Ireland, Galway\nTBA
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
UID:SEMINAR6151
SEQUENCE:0
DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200320T130000Z
DTEND:20200320T140000Z
STATUS:CONFIRMED
TRANSP:OPAQUE
LOCATION:
SUMMARY:Maths HEP Lunchtime Seminars: The Speed of Gravity
DESCRIPTION:Claudia de Rham, Imperial College London\nThe recent direct de
tection of gravitational waves marks the beginning of a new era for physic
s and astronomy with an opportunity the probe gravity at its most fundamen
tal level and have already been used to successfully constrain or rule out
many effective field theories relevant for cosmology. I will discuss the
strengths and limitations of these constraints and explore other complemen
tary approaches in segregating between various effective field theories.
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
UID:SEMINAR6341
SEQUENCE:0
DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200324T001500Z
DTEND:20200324T011500Z
STATUS:CONFIRMED
TRANSP:OPAQUE
LOCATION:CM221
SUMMARY:Statistics Seminars: Factor copula models for mixed data
DESCRIPTION:Aristidis K Nikoloulopoulos, University of East Anglia\nThe ex
act time of the event will be announced soon.
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
UID:SEMINAR6342
SEQUENCE:0
DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200324T003000Z
DTEND:20200324T013000Z
STATUS:CONFIRMED
TRANSP:OPAQUE
LOCATION:
SUMMARY:Statistics Seminars: Expert elicitation of tail dependence in copu
las
DESCRIPTION:Professor Tim Bedford, University of Strathclyde\nThe exact ti
me of the event will be announced soon.
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
UID:SEMINAR6343
SEQUENCE:0
DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200324T013000Z
DTEND:20200324T023000Z
STATUS:CONFIRMED
TRANSP:OPAQUE
LOCATION:
SUMMARY:Statistics Seminars: Predictive inference with copulas for bivaria
te data
DESCRIPTION:Dr Tahani Coolen-Maturi, Durham University\nThe exact time of
the event will be announced soon.
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
UID:SEMINAR6328
SEQUENCE:0
DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200427T120000Z
DTEND:20200427T130000Z
STATUS:CONFIRMED
TRANSP:OPAQUE
LOCATION:
SUMMARY:Statistics Seminars:
DESCRIPTION:Cecile Mailler, University of Bath\n
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
UID:SEMINAR6364
SEQUENCE:0
DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200430T120500Z
DTEND:20200430T130500Z
STATUS:CONFIRMED
TRANSP:OPAQUE
LOCATION:
SUMMARY:Geometry and Topology Seminar: tba
DESCRIPTION:Emilio Musso , Politecnico di Torino\n
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
UID:SEMINAR6174
SEQUENCE:0
DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200504T120000Z
DTEND:20200504T130000Z
STATUS:CONFIRMED
TRANSP:OPAQUE
LOCATION:CM107
SUMMARY:Statistics Seminars:
DESCRIPTION:Ioannis Kosmidis, University of Warwick\n
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
UID:SEMINAR6377
SEQUENCE:0
DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200514T120000Z
DTEND:20200514T130000Z
STATUS:CONFIRMED
TRANSP:OPAQUE
LOCATION:
SUMMARY:Geometry and Topology Seminar: TBA
DESCRIPTION:Luis Hernández-Lamoneda, CIMAT, Mexico\nTBA
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
UID:SEMINAR6379
SEQUENCE:0
DTSTAMP:20200126T134041Z
DTSTART:20200528T120000Z
DTEND:20200528T130000Z
STATUS:CONFIRMED
TRANSP:OPAQUE
LOCATION:
SUMMARY:Geometry and Topology Seminar: TBA
DESCRIPTION:John Harvey, Swansea University\nTBA
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