Date: Wednesdays at 4:30pm (note the new time).
Room: Krieger Hall 300.
Organized by:
Y.A. Rubinstein , B.
Shiffman , S. Zelditch
.

September 10,
Morgan Sherman (California Polytechnic State University),
Computing with Donaldson's Titerations on the space of hermitian
metrics on projective space

September 17
Hamid Hezari (Johns Hopkins University)
On BermanBerndtssonSjostrand's approach to the asymptotics of the Bergman kernel

September 24
Sean Paul (University of Wisconsin)
Projectively dual varieties and Kenergy maps

October 1
Norman Levenberg (Indiana University)
Recent Results in Pluripotential Theory

October 8
No seminar

October 15
Jeff Streets (Princeton University)
Hermitian Curvature Flow

October 22
Reza Seyyedali (Johns Hopkins University)
Chow stability of ruled manifolds

October 29
No seminar

November 5
Alan Huckleberry (RuhrUniversity of Bochum)
Finite symmetry groups in complex geometry

November 11 (Tuesday), 3pm, Location: Krieger 413 (note the unusual day
and
location)
Robert Berman (Chalmers University)
From volumes of line bundles to equidistribution

November 19
No seminar

November 25 (Tuesday), 4pm, Krieger Hall 413 (note the unusual day and
room)
Yanir Rubinstein (Johns Hopkins University)
A theorem of Kolodziej on the complex MongeAmpere operator

December 3
Zhou Zhang (University of Michigan)
KahlerRicci flow with degenerate cohomology limit

December 10, Time: 2:30pm, Krieger 300 (note the unusual time)
Bernard Shiffman (Johns Hopkins University)
The BedfordTaylorDemailly theorem on the
MongeAmpere operator and applications

January 28, Krieger 308 (note the unusual location)
Daniel Burns (University of Michigan)
Toric varieties and the BohrSommerfeld correspondence

February 4
Richard Wentworth (University of Maryland and Johns Hopkins
University)
Character varieties, Higgs bundles, and the Torelli group

February 11, 2:30pm, Maryland 217 (note the special time and location)
Alexei Oblomkov (Princeton University)
The isoenergy spectral problem for multidimesional
difference operators

February 18
Jian Song (Rutgers University)
KahlerRicci flow on algebraic varieties

February 20 (Friday), 4:30pm, Location: Krieger 300 (note the special day)
Spyridon Alexakis (MIT and CMI)
Global Invariants in conformal and Kahler geometry

February 24 (Tuesday), 3pm, Maryland 110 (note the special day, time,
and location)
Alberto Della Vedova (University of Parma)
Algebraicgeometric obstructions to the existence of extremal
Kahler metrics on blowups

March 4
Igor Wigman (University of Montreal)
Nodal lines for random eigenfunctions of the Laplacian

March 11
No seminar

March 18
No seminar

March 25
Alejandro Uribe (University of Michigan)
Theta functions from the point of view of ChernSimonsWitten
theory

April 1, 4pm (note the special time)
Damin Wu (Ohio State University)
A degenerate MongeAmpere equation and the boundary classes of
Kahler cones

April 1, 5pm (note the special time)
Semyon Klevtsov (Rutgers University)
Bergman kernels and balanced metrics: applications to black
holes and Quantum Hall effect

April 7 (Tuesday), 3pm, Location: Shaffer 100 (note the special time, day
and
location)
Zuoqin Wang (Johns Hopkins University)
Hearing the weights of weighted projective spaces

April 15
Thomas Bloom (University of Toronto)
Voiculescu's entropy and potential theory

April 20 (Monday)
(
Kempf Lecture), 4:30pm, Location: Krieger 304
(note the special day, time and location)
Victor Guillemin (MIT)
Spectral measures, I

April 21 (Tuesday)
(
Kempf Lecture), 4:30pm, Location: Krieger 308
(note the special day, time and location)
Victor Guillemin (MIT)
Spectral measures, II

April 28 (Tuesday), 3pm, Location: Krieger 302 (note the special time,
day and
location)
Slawomir Kolodziej (Jagiellonian University)
Some generalizations of the CalabiYau theorem
(
abstract)

April 29
Slawomir Kolodziej (Jagiellonian University)
Stability and Holder continuity of solutions to the complex
MongeAmpere equation with the right hand side in L^p
(
abstract)

May 8 (Friday), 3pm, Location: Krieger 413 (note unusual day, time and
location)
Yanir Rubinstein (Johns Hopkins University)
On geodesics in the space of Kahler metrics
