University of Toronto Math Department Colloquium Videos Winter 2013
The Department of Mathematics at the University of Toronto has recently deployed a new granular content management system called KBasix for sharing files and web content. We’ve deployed and enriched a KBasix system to create a video upload-transcode-stream service for the videos of seminars and colloquia that take place in our department. I am grateful to Pamela Brittain, Marco de la Cruz-Heredia, Emile LeBlanc and Habiba Mohtadi for their efforts at making it possible for the world to tune into our colloquium stream!
Ubiquity of Mathematics: Luis Seco
Ubiquity of Mathematics: Spyros Alexakis
Ubiquity of Mathematics: Adrian Nachman
Ubiquity of Mathematics: Charles Fefferman
This is Episode 1 of a 5 part video series entitled Ubiquity of Mathematics. I am grateful to the Department of Mathematics, the Fields Institute, Richard Cerezo, and Andrea MacLeod for making this project happen. I also thankful the mathematicians interviewed for this series: Spyros Alexakis Ingrid Daubechies Charles Fefferman Adrian Nachman Luis Seco The other episodes will appear shortly. Here is the transcript and here is the video of the interview with Charles Fefferman:
Larry Guth Colloquium: Unexpected Applications of Polynomials in Combinatorics
My former colleague Larry Guth (now at MIT) visited us recently and gave a beautiful colloquium talk. The Department has recently deployed a video streaming service so we are able to share Larry’s talk with the world. We look forward to sharing other videos in the future. Here is the video: Your browser does not support the <video> tag. Unexpected applications of polynomials in combinatorics by Larry Guth | MIT Time: 16:10 (Wednesday, Jan.