Colloquium @ CEREMADE


Our colloquium usually takes place on the first Tuesday of each month from 15:30 to 16:30 in room A709. A renowned expert (being an excellent speaker as well) visits us for an afternoon and gives a panorama of one of her research areas. The talk is meant to be accessible to all members of the lab, including PhD students in analysis, game theory, probability and statistics. Food and drinks are served after the event!

If you know good speakers whom you would love to hear, do not hesitate to suggest their names to the two organizers: Justin Salez and Cristina Toninelli.

Next talk

Date: Friday, June 9th 2023 (14:00-15:00, room A311)

Speaker: Pierre Youssef (NYUAD)

Title: Phenomena in High Dimensions

Abstract: How do high dimensional convex bodies look like? How does the spectrum of a random matrix behave as its dimension grows? How does the connectivity of a graph evolve as its size grows? In this talk, I will try to discuss some phenomena that arise as the ``dimension'' grows in several related contexts.

Past talks