Maria Mavroudi, Professor of Byzantine Ηistory, Classics,
and Near Eastern Studies, University of California,
Berkeley and Angelos
Chaniotis, Professor of Ancient History and Classics,
Institute for Advanced Study; Doctor honoris causa of
Given the current knowledge of complex representations of finite
simple groups, obtaining good upper bounds for their characters
values is still a difficult problem, a satisfactory solution of
which would have significant implications in a number of...
In an ongoing project of D. Ben-Zvi, Y. Sakellaridis and A.
Venkatesh, the authors propose a conjectural generalization of the
derived Satake equivalence for complex reductive groups to
spherical varieties. I will describe a program aimed at...
Black holes are never isolated in realistic astrophysical
environments; instead, they are often perturbed by complicated
external tidal fields. How does a black hole respond to these tidal
perturbations? In this talk, I will discuss both the...
Wall-crossing functors on the principal block of
category OO give an action of the (finite) Hecke
category. If one knows enough about the Hecke category, one can
deduce the Kazhdan-Lusztig conjectures from the existence of this
action. This is a...
Over the last decades, following works around the Pila-Wilkie
counting theorem in the context of o-minimality, there has been a
surge in interest around functional transcendence results, in part
due to their connection with special points conjectures...
Ethiopia has a long and complex history with Jews and Judaism.
Perhaps most constitutive of the connection between the two is an
Ethiopian tradition according to which the favor of the God of
Israel, along with the ark of the covenant, was...
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