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# Weekly Seminars

The currently running seminars are listed below. See the calendar for individual talks.

- Algebra/topology seminar: Mondays at 15:15, usually in Auditorium 8.
- Operator algebra seminar: Wednesdays at 15:15, usually in Auditorium 8.
- ALG/NCG/TOP PhD students' seminar: Every other Friday at 15:15, usually in Auditorium 8.
- What is...? seminar: Every other Friday at 15:15, usually in Auditorium 8. A seminar aimed at PhD students and postdocs, inspired by a column in the Notices of the American Mathematical Society. The aim is to give people a taste of mathematics a bit beyond what they know.

### Some past reading seminars:

- Baby-NCG seminar
- Subgroup Complexes
- Topological Cyclic Homology (Spring 2014)
- Stable Homotopy Theory (Fall 2012)
- Leavitt path algebras (Fall 2012)
- Moduli Spaces on Manifolds (Spring 2012)
- Parametrized seminar (2010/11)
- Topology reading seminar (Fall 2011)
- Free probability seminar (Spring 2011)
- Flow equivalence of shift spaces (and their C*-algebras) (Spring 2011)
- Fusion and block theory seminar (Fall 2010)
- Spectral sequences reading seminar (Spring 2010)
- K-homology reading seminar (Spring 2010)

## SYM Lectures

SYM lectures on center related topics are usually held 12:05-13:00 on the 3rd Wednesday of every month. Sandwiches are provided, and the 45 minutes lecture is supposed to be elementary aimed at all center members. An archive of past lectures can be found here.