Mark Kempton, a postdoctoral researcher at the Harvard Center of Mathematical Science and Applications working with S.T. Yau, describes the center’s recent research in graph theory and highlights a few of the projects to which he has contributed.

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# Scenes from CMSA’s 2017 Year-End Party

# Random Matrix and Probability Theory with Philippe Sosoe

CMSA Postdoc Philippe Sosoe describes the center’s regular Random Matrix and Probability Theory seminars, and highlights a few of the series’ more diverse topics of discussion.

More info on the seminar series can be found here: http://cmsa.fas.harvard.edu/random-matrix-probability-theory-seminar-wednesdays/

# Photos from the Working Conference on Covariance Analysis in Biology

# Photos from the Working Conference on Materials and Data Analysis

# Donaldson-Thomas and Gromov-Witten theories, moduli space, and string theory – an interview with Artan Sheshmani

Artan Sheshmani (QGM Aarhus/CMSA Harvard) describes his research and ongoing lecture series on Donaldson-Thomas and Gromov-Witten theories, moduli space, and string theory.

More information and recordings of Dr. Sheshmani’s lecture series can be found on this channel, and on CMSA’s website

# Scenes from CMSA’s 2017 New Year’s Party

# Inside CMSA’s Workshop on Aspects of General Relativity – Lorenzo Sironi (Harvard)

Lorenzo Sironi gave a talk on “Electron Heating and Acceleration in the Vicinity of Supermassive Black Holes” at CMSA’s Workshop on Aspects of General Relativity in May .

# Inside CMSA’s Workshop on Aspects of General Relativity – James Guillochon (Harvard)

James Guillochon gave a talk on “Tidal disruptions of stars by supermassive black holes: dynamics, light, and relics” at CMSA’s Workshop on Aspects of General Relativity in May.