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Luis Fernandez

Problems in harmonic maps between spheres

Panel: Mathematics | at BRONX C. C.

Jun Hu

Boundary differentiability of conformally natural extensions of smooth circle maps

Panel: Mathematics | at BROOKLYN COLLEGE

David Finston

Quotient Structures for Proper Actions

Panel: Mathematics | at BROOKLYN COLLEGE

Christian Benes

A Sharp Local Central Limit Theorem and Moderate Deviations for Simple Random Walk

Panel: Mathematics | at BROOKLYN COLLEGE

Gautam Chinta

Zeta functions of prehomogeneous vector spaces

Panel: Mathematics | at CITY COLLEGE

Joseph Maher

Random walks in negative curvature

Panel: Mathematics | at COLLEGE OF STATEN ISLAND

Joel Hamkins

Research on the weak embedding phenomenon in set theory

Panel: Mathematics | at COLLEGE OF STATEN ISLAND

Gunter Fuchs

The mantle, solidity and canonical inner models

Panel: Mathematics | at COLLEGE OF STATEN ISLAND

Marcello Lucia

Relativistic Abelian Chern-Simons model with two Higgs fields

Panel: Mathematics | at COLLEGE OF STATEN ISLAND

Abhijit Champanerkar

Geometrically maximal knots

Panel: Mathematics | at COLLEGE OF STATEN ISLAND

Linda Keen

Research Complex Dynamics and Kleinian Groups

Panel: Mathematics | at LEHMAN COLLEGE

Michael Handel

Second bounded cohomology for subgroups of Out(F_n)

Panel: Mathematics | at LEHMAN COLLEGE

Christina Sormani

Intrinsic Flat Convergence

Panel: Mathematics | at LEHMAN COLLEGE

Hans Schoutens

Ordinal filtration length

Panel: Mathematics | at NEW YORK COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY

Scott Wilson

Odd K-theory, universal forms, and a free loop spectrum

Panel: Mathematics | at QUEENS COLLEGE

Kenneth Kramer

Group Schemes, Honda Systems and Abelian Surfaces

Panel: Mathematics | at QUEENS COLLEGE

Russell Miller

Computable Differentially Closed Fields

Panel: Mathematics | at QUEENS COLLEGE

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