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DTSTAMP:20190625T093840Z
CREATED:20190220T081023Z
DESCRIPTION:Date: \n\n9:00am to 6:00pm\n\n\n\n\n\nSee also: Named Lecture
Series\, Conferences & special events\, Upcoming Conferences and Special
EventsLocation: \n\nManchester House\, Lecture Hall 2\n\n\n\n The 26th Amit
sur Memorial Symposium will be held at the Einstein Institute of Mathemati
cs\, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.\n\n\n\n\n\n Coordinators: Avinoam
Mann\, Aner Shalev\n\n\n\n Programme\n\n\n\n\n\n 9:30 - Gathering10:00 - Mar
cel Herzog (Tel-Aviv University): On the orders of elements in finite and
periodic groups11:00 - Zlil Sela (The Hebrew University): Basic conjecture
s and preliminary results in non-commutativealgebraic geometry12:00 - Lunc
h break14:00 - Gili Golan (Ben Gurion University): Divergence functions of
Thompson groups15:00 - Coffee break15:30 - Chen Meiri (The Technion): Fir
st order rigidity of higher-rank arithmetic groups.16:30 - Shifra Reif (Ba
r-Ilan University): Denominator identities for periplectic Lie superalgebr
as18:00 - Dinner at Cafit\, in the botanical garden near the campus.\n\n\n
\n Abstracts\n\n\n\n\n\n Gili Golan: Divergence functions of Thompson groups
.The divergence function of a group generated by a finite set X is the sma
llest function f(n) such that for every n any pair of elements of length n
can be connected in the Cayley graph (corresponding to X) by a path of le
ngth at most f(n) avoiding the ball of radius n=4 around the identity elem
ent. We prove that R. Thompson groups F\, T\, and V have linear divergence
functions. Therefore the asymptotic cones of these groups do not have cut
points. This is joint work with Mark Sapir.\n\n\n\n\n\n Marcel Herzog: On
the orders of elements in nite and periodic groups.Part A of the talk will
deal with problems related to the spectrum of periodic groups\, which den
otes the set of element orders in such groups. Part B of the talk will dea
l with problems related to the multisets of all element orders in finite g
roups\, in particular the sums of these orders.\n\n\n\n\n\n Chen Meiri: Fir
st order rigidity of higher-rank arithmetic groups.In many contexts\, ther
e is a dichotomy between lattices in Lie groups of rank one and lattices i
n Lie groups of higher-rank. I will talk about a manifestation of this dic
hotomy in Model Theory.Based on joint works with Nir Avni and Alex Lubotzk
y.\n\n\n\n\n\n Shifra Reif: Denominator identities for periplectic Lie supe
ralgebras.Identities involving symmetric functions often have a deep meani
ng in representation theory\, as in case of the Amitsur–Levitzky identity
and Macdonald’s identities.The latter are in fact denominator identities f
or affine Lie algebras\, that is they are obtained by applying the Kac–Wey
l character formula for the trivial representation.In this talk I will pre
sent polynomial identities which are denominator identities of the periple
ctic Lie superalgebra p(n). We shall discuss their origin and homological
meaning.Joint work with Crystal Hoyt and Mee Seong Im.\n\n\n\n\n\n Zlil Sel
a: Basic conjectures and preliminary results in non-commutative algebraic
geometry.Algebraic geometry studies the structure of sets of solutions (va
rieties) over fields and commutative rings. Starting in the early 1960’s r
ing theorists (Cohn\, Bergman\, Amitsur and others) have tried to study th
e structure of varieties over non-commutative rings (notably free associat
ive algebras). The lack of unique factorization that they tackled and stud
ied in detail\, and the pathologies that they were aware of\, prevented an
y attempt to prove or even speculate what can be the properties of such va
rieties.Using techniques and concepts from geometric group theory and from
low dimensional topology\, we formulate concrete conjectures on the struc
ture of these varieties\, and prove preliminary results in the direction o
f these conjectures.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n The Amitsur Memorial Symposium is an ann
ual conference in memory of Prof. Shimshon Avraham Amitsur\, hosted primar
ily by The Einstein Institute of Mathematics of the Hebrew University.\n\n
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DTSTART;TZID=Asia/Jerusalem:20190625T090000
DTEND;TZID=Asia/Jerusalem:20190625T180000
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SUMMARY:Amitsur Memorial Symposium 2019
URL;TYPE=URI:https://mathematics.huji.ac.il/event/amitsur-memorial-symposiu
m-2019
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UID:calendar.83885.field_date.0@mathematics.huji.ac.il
DTSTAMP:20190625T093840Z
CREATED:20190517T050018Z
DESCRIPTION:Date: \n\n12:00pm to 1:00pm\n\n\n\n\nSee also: Dynamics Lunch
\, Events & Seminars\, Seminars\n\n\nPartially based on the paper 'The Mar
koff Group of Transformations in Prime and Composite Moduli' by Meiri and
Puder.\n\n Export\n \n\n \nsubscribe iCal
DTSTART;TZID=Asia/Jerusalem:20190625T120000
DTEND;TZID=Asia/Jerusalem:20190625T130000
LAST-MODIFIED:20190609T220005Z
SUMMARY:Dynamics Lunch: Michael Chapman ״Markoff triples״
URL;TYPE=URI:https://mathematics.huji.ac.il/event/dynamics-lunch-michael-ch
apman
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UID:calendar.85642.field_date.0@mathematics.huji.ac.il
DTSTAMP:20190625T093840Z
CREATED:20190610T133423Z
DESCRIPTION:Date: \n\n(All day)\n\n\n\n\nSee also: Dvoretzky Lectures\, Nam
ed Lecture Series\, Upcoming Conferences and Special Events\n\n Export\n
\n\n \nsubscribe iCal\n\nRedirect: \n\nhttps://mathematics.huji.ac.il/no
de/85641
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190626
DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190628
LAST-MODIFIED:20190610T135404Z
SUMMARY:Dvoretzky Lectures 2019: Assaf Naor (Princeton University)
URL;TYPE=URI:https://mathematics.huji.ac.il/event/dvoretzky-lectures-2019-a
ssaf-naor-princeton-university
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UID:calendar.80583.field_date.0@mathematics.huji.ac.il
DTSTAMP:20190625T093840Z
CREATED:20190318T000011Z
DESCRIPTION:Date: \n\n11:00am to 1:00pm\n\n\n\n\nSee also: Logic\, Events
& Seminars\, SeminarsLocation: \n\nRoss 63\n\n Export\n \n\n \nsubscri
be iCal
DTSTART;TZID=Asia/Jerusalem:20190626T110000
DTEND;TZID=Asia/Jerusalem:20190626T130000
LAST-MODIFIED:20190318T000011Z
SUMMARY:Logic Seminar - tba
URL;TYPE=URI:https://mathematics.huji.ac.il/event/logic-seminar-tba
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UID:calendar.85556.field_date.0@mathematics.huji.ac.il
DTSTAMP:20190625T093840Z
CREATED:20190610T050013Z
DESCRIPTION:Date: \n\n12:00pm to 1:00pm\n\n\n\n\nSee also: Analysis\, Eve
nts & Seminars\, SeminarsLocation: \n\nRoss 70\n\n\n\nTitle: The (in)compa
tibility of 3 and 5 dimensional Heisenberg geometry with Lebesgue spaces\n
\n\nAbstract: The 3-dimensional (discrete) Heisenberg geometry is the shor
test-path metric on the infinite graph whose vertex set is the integer gri
d $\Z^3$ and the neighbors of each integer vector $(a\,b\,c)$ are the fou
r integer vectors $$(a+ 1\,b\,c)\, (a- 1\,b\,c)\, (a\,b+ 1\,c+ a)\, (a\,b-
1\,c- a).$$\nAnalogously\, the $5$-dimensional (discrete) Heisenberg geom
etry is the shortest-path metric on the infinite graph whose vertex set is
the integer grid $\Z^5$ and the neighbors of each integer vector $(a\,b\,
c\,d\,e)$ are the eight integer vectors $(a\pm 1\,b\,c\,d\,e)\, (a\,b\pm
1\,c\, d\,e)\, (a\,b \,c\pm 1\,d\, e\pm a)\, (a\,b \,c\,d\pm 1\, e\pm b)$
. The purpose of this talk is to describe the culmination of a multi-decad
e effort to understand the extent to which these metric spaces can be repr
esented faithfully as subsets of an $L_p(\mu)$ space. It turns out that if
$p>1$\, then there is no qualitative difference between the answer to thi
s question in dimensions $3$ and $5$. However\, if $p=1$\, then the behavi
ors of dimensions $3$ and $5$ diverge markedly. These results rely on seve
ral ideas and tools that were introduced over the years\, and they relate
deeply to a rich variety of mathematical disciplines. They answer major o
pen questions in metric embeddings\, Lipschitz factorization\, dimension r
eduction\, and semidefinite programming. We will describe key statements a
nd ideas while highlighting the most recent step which introduces the not
ion of a foliated corona decomposition (joint work with Robert Young).\n\n
Despite the fact that our discussion is linked to a wide range of areas of
mathematics\, the talk is intended for a general audience of mathematicia
ns and theoretical computer scientists. We will not rely on any prerequisi
tes beyond an undergraduate degree in mathematics\, and all of the relevan
t background will be introduced and explained.\n\n Export\n \n\n \nsubs
cribe iCal
DTSTART;TZID=Asia/Jerusalem:20190626T120000
DTEND;TZID=Asia/Jerusalem:20190626T130000
LAST-MODIFIED:20190620T100010Z
SUMMARY:Analysis Seminar - Dvoretzky lecture - Assaf Naor 'The (in)compatib
ility of 3 and 5 dimensional Heisenberg geometry with Lebesgue spaces'
URL;TYPE=URI:https://mathematics.huji.ac.il/event/analysis-seminar-dvoretzk
y-lecture-assaf-naor
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UID:calendar.86031.field_date.0@mathematics.huji.ac.il
DTSTAMP:20190625T093840Z
CREATED:20190615T050019Z
DESCRIPTION:Date: \n\n2:00pm to 4:00pm\n\n\n\n\nSee also: Number Theory &
Algebraic Geometry\, Events & Seminars\, SeminarsLocation: \n\nRoss 70\n
\n\nProf. Jared Weinstein (Boston University) will give a series of 3 talk
s titled\n\n 'Geometrization of the local Langlands program'\n\nAbstract:
The Langlands program links automorphic forms and Galois representations
(of a local or global field). In contrast\, the geometric Langlands progr
am takes a curve X over the complex numbers\, and links the moduli space o
f rank n vector bundles on X to rank n local systems on X. A beautiful pr
ogram initiated by Fargues reveals the unity of the two programs over the
field of p-adic numbers. In this program\, the role of X is played by the
Fargues-Fontaine curve. The goal of this series of lectures is to underst
and Fargues' suite of conjectures. The conjectures are a theorem in the c
ase of n = 1\, where one recovers local class field theory in a new way.\n
\n Talk 1: The Fargues-Fontaine curve\, Wednesday 26/6\, 14-15:30\n T
alk 2: The stack of vector bundles\, Sunday 31/6\, 14-15:30\n Talk 3:
Statement of the conjectures\, Monday 1/7\, 14-15:30\n\nAll three talks wi
ll be held in Ross 70.\n\n Export\n \n\n \nsubscribe iCal
DTSTART;TZID=Asia/Jerusalem:20190626T140000
DTEND;TZID=Asia/Jerusalem:20190626T160000
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SUMMARY:Minicourse: Jared Weinstein (Boston University 'Geometrization of t
he local Langlands program'
URL;TYPE=URI:https://mathematics.huji.ac.il/event/minicourse-jared-weinstei
n-boston-university-geometrization-local-langlands-program-1
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UID:calendar.82733.field_date.0@mathematics.huji.ac.il
DTSTAMP:20190625T093840Z
CREATED:20190501T220001Z
DESCRIPTION:Date: \n\n10:00am to 11:15am\n\n\n\n\nSee also: Groups & Dyna
mics\, Events & Seminars\, SeminarsLocation: \n\nRoss 70\n\n\nAbstract: A
Markov chain over a finite state space is said to exhibit the total variat
ion cutoff phenomenon if\, starting from some Dirac measure\, the total va
riation distance to the stationary distribution drops abruptly from near m
aximal to near zero. It is conjectured that simple random walks on the fam
ily of $k$-regular\, transitive graphs with a two sided $\epsilon$ spectra
l gap exhibit total variation cutoff (for any fixed $k$ and $\epsilon). Th
is is known to be true only in a small number of cases. In this talk we di
scuss a new family of such graphs that exhibit cutoff\, namely the $1$-ske
leton of Ramanujan complexes. This family is the first natural one -- occu
rring as Cayley graphs of $PGL(d\, q)$ -- for which the cutoff point is at
a non-optimal time. Joint work with Ori Parzanchevski.\n\n Export\n \n
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DTSTART;TZID=Asia/Jerusalem:20190627T100000
DTEND;TZID=Asia/Jerusalem:20190627T111500
LAST-MODIFIED:20190617T210007Z
SUMMARY:Group and dynamics seminar: Michael Chapman (HUJI): Cutoff on Raman
ujan complexes
URL;TYPE=URI:https://mathematics.huji.ac.il/event/group-and-dynamics-semina
r-asaf-naor-princeton
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UID:calendar.86451.field_date.0@mathematics.huji.ac.il
DTSTAMP:20190625T093840Z
CREATED:20190620T200003Z
DESCRIPTION:Date: \n\n11:30am to 12:45pm\n\n\n\n\nSee also: Groups & Dyna
mics\, Events & Seminars\, Seminars\n\n\n\n\nAbstract: Ratner's celebrated
equidistribution theorem states that the trajectory of any point in a hom
ogeneous space under a unipotent flow is getting equidistributed with resp
ect to some algebraic measure. In the case where the action is horospheric
al\, one can deduce an effective equidistribution result by mixing methods
\, an idea that goes back to Margulis' thesis. When the homogeneous space
is non-compact\, one needs to impose further ``diophantine conditions'' ov
er the base point\, quantifying some recurrence rates\, in order to get a
quantified equidistribution result. \n\nIn the talk I will discuss certain
diophantine conditions\, and in particular I will show how a new Margulis
' type inequality for translates of horospherical orbits helps verify such
conditions\, leading to a quantified equidistribution result for a large
class of points\, akin to the results of A. Strombergsson dealing with SL2
case. In particular we deduce a fully effective quantitative equidistribu
tion statement for horospherical trajectories of lattices defined over num
ber fields.\n\n Export\n \n\n \nsubscribe iCal
DTSTART;TZID=Asia/Jerusalem:20190627T113000
DTEND;TZID=Asia/Jerusalem:20190627T124500
LAST-MODIFIED:20190620T200003Z
SUMMARY:Groups and Dynamics seminar: Asaf Katz (Chicago) - An application o
f Margulis' inequality to effective equidistribution.
URL;TYPE=URI:https://mathematics.huji.ac.il/event/groups-and-dynamics-semin
ar-asaf-katz-chicago-application-margulis-inequality-effective
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UID:calendar.63603.field_date.0@mathematics.huji.ac.il
DTSTAMP:20190625T093840Z
CREATED:20180822T100021Z
DESCRIPTION:Date: \n\n2:30pm to 3:30pm\n\n\n\n\nSee also: Events & Semina
rs\, ColloquiumLocation: \n\nManchester Building (Hall 2)\, Hebrew Univers
ity Jerusalem\n\n\nAbstract: We will prove a sharp average-case variant of
a classical embedding theorem of John through the theory of nonlinear spe
ctral gaps. We will use this theorem to provide a new answer to questions
of Johnson and Lindenstrauss (1983) and Bourgain (1985) on metric dimensio
n reduction\, and explain how it leads to algorithms for approximate neare
st neighbor search.\n\n Export\n \n\n \nsubscribe iCal
DTSTART;TZID=Asia/Jerusalem:20190627T143000
DTEND;TZID=Asia/Jerusalem:20190627T153000
LAST-MODIFIED:20190624T040005Z
SUMMARY:Colloquium Dvoretzky lecture: Assaf Naor(Princeton) - An average Jo
hn theorem
URL;TYPE=URI:https://mathematics.huji.ac.il/event/colloquium
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UID:calendar.85982.field_date.0@mathematics.huji.ac.il
DTSTAMP:20190625T093840Z
CREATED:20190612T220003Z
DESCRIPTION:Date: \n\n4:00pm to 5:15pm\n\n\n\n\nSee also: Basic Notions\,
Events & Seminars\, SeminarsLocation: \n\nRoss 70\n\n\nClassical group re
presentation theory deals with group actions on linear spaces\; we conside
r group actions on compact convex spaces\, preserving topological and conv
ex structure. We focus on irreducible actions\, and show that for a large
class of groups - including connected Lie groups - these can be determined
. There is a close connection between this and the theory of bounded harm
onic functions on symmetric spaces and their boundary values. A remarkabl
e phenomenon is the fact that for SL(2\,R)\, up to iso
morphism\, there exists a unique non-degenerate irreducible affine represe
ntation.\n\n Export\n \n\n \nsubscribe iCal
DTSTART;TZID=Asia/Jerusalem:20190627T160000
DTEND;TZID=Asia/Jerusalem:20190627T171500
LAST-MODIFIED:20190620T200003Z
SUMMARY:Basic Notions: Hillel Furstenberg (HUJI) : 'Affine (Convex) represe
ntations and harmonic functions on symmetric spaces.' Part 2
URL;TYPE=URI:https://mathematics.huji.ac.il/event/basic-notions-hillel-furs
tenberg-huji-affine-convex-representations-and-harmonic-0
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
UID:calendar.86030.field_date.0@mathematics.huji.ac.il
DTSTAMP:20190625T093840Z
CREATED:20190615T050019Z
DESCRIPTION:Date: \n\n2:00pm to 4:00pm\n\n\n\n\nSee also: Number Theory &
Algebraic Geometry\, Events & Seminars\, SeminarsLocation: \n\nRoss 70\n
\n\nProf. Jared Weinstein (Boston University) will give a series of 3 talk
s titled\n\n 'Geometrization of the local Langlands program'\n\nAbstract:
The Langlands program links automorphic forms and Galois representations (
of a local or global field). In contrast\, the geometric Langlands program
takes a curve X over the complex numbers\, and links the moduli space of
rank n vector bundles on X to rank n local systems on X. A beautiful progr
am initiated by Fargues reveals the unity of the two programs over the fie
ld of p-adic numbers. In this program\, the role of X is played by the Far
gues-Fontaine curve. The goal of this series of lectures is to understand
Fargues' suite of conjectures. The conjectures are a theorem in the case o
f n = 1\, where one recovers local class field theory in a new way.\n\n
Talk 1: The Fargues-Fontaine curve\, Wednesday 26/6\, 14-15:30\n Talk 2:
The stack of vector bundles\, Sunday 31/6\, 14-15:30\n Talk 3: Statemen
t of the conjectures\, Monday 1/7\, 14-15:30\n\nAll three talks will be he
ld in Ross 70.\n\n Export\n \n\n \nsubscribe iCal
DTSTART;TZID=Asia/Jerusalem:20190630T140000
DTEND;TZID=Asia/Jerusalem:20190630T160000
LAST-MODIFIED:20190615T050019Z
SUMMARY:Minicourse: Jared Weinstein (Boston University 'Geometrization of t
he local Langlands program'
URL;TYPE=URI:https://mathematics.huji.ac.il/event/minicourse-jared-weinstei
n-boston-university-geometrization-local-langlands-program-0
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
UID:calendar.86029.field_date.0@mathematics.huji.ac.il
DTSTAMP:20190625T093840Z
CREATED:20190615T050019Z
DESCRIPTION:Date: \n\n2:00pm to 4:00pm\n\n\n\n\nSee also: Number Theory &
Algebraic Geometry\, Events & Seminars\, SeminarsLocation: \n\nRoss 70\n
\n\nProf. Jared Weinstein (Boston University) will give a series of 3 talk
s titled\n\n 'Geometrization of the local Langlands program'\n\nAbstract:
The Langlands program links automorphic forms and Galois representations (
of a local or global field). In contrast\, the geometric Langlands program
takes a curve X over the complex numbers\, and links the moduli space of
rank n vector bundles on X to rank n local systems on X. A beautiful progr
am initiated by Fargues reveals the unity of the two programs over the fie
ld of p-adic numbers. In this program\, the role of X is played by the Far
gues-Fontaine curve. The goal of this series of lectures is to understand
Fargues' suite of conjectures. The conjectures are a theorem in the case o
f n = 1\, where one recovers local class field theory in a new way.\n\n
Talk 1: The Fargues-Fontaine curve\, Wednesday 26/6\, 14-15:30\n Talk 2:
The stack of vector bundles\, Sunday 31/6\, 14-15:30\n Talk 3: Statemen
t of the conjectures\, Monday 1/7\, 14-15:30\n\nAll three talks will be he
ld in Ross 70.\n\n Export\n \n\n \nsubscribe iCal
DTSTART;TZID=Asia/Jerusalem:20190701T140000
DTEND;TZID=Asia/Jerusalem:20190701T160000
LAST-MODIFIED:20190615T050019Z
SUMMARY:Minicourse: Jared Weinstein (Boston University 'Geometrization of t
he local Langlands program'
URL;TYPE=URI:https://mathematics.huji.ac.il/event/minicourse-jared-weinstei
n-boston-university-geometrization-local-langlands-program
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
UID:calendar.83694.field_date.0@mathematics.huji.ac.il
DTSTAMP:20190625T093840Z
CREATED:20190513T110358Z
DESCRIPTION:Date: \n\nSun\, 22/09/2019 (All day) to Thu\, 26/09/2019 (All
day)\n\n\n\n\nSee also: Conferences & special events\, Upcoming Conferenc
es and Special EventsLocation: \n\nThe Einstein Institute of Mathemtics\,
Jerusalem\n\n\n\n \n\n\n\n סדנא לתלמידי בוגר מצטיינים במתמטיקה\n\n\n\n 22-26.
9.2019\n\n\n\n פוסטר\n\n\n\n Description\n\n\n\n\n\n The Einstein Institute
of Mathematics will host an undergraduate workshop\, bringing together out
standing (2nd and 3rd year) undergraduate students from Israel.\n\n\n\n\n
\n This year the topics are: \n\n\n\n Prof. Nathan (Nati) Linial : Of the wo
nders of discrete mathematics and some proofs from the book\n \n \n Prof. Tam
ar Ziegler : Ergodic Ramsey theory\n \n \n Dr. Ohad Noy Feldheim : Introducti
on to Gaussian processes\n \n \n Prof. Orit Raz : TBA\n \n\n Location and Dates
\n\n\n\n\n\n The workshop will take place at the Einstein Institute of Mat
hematics \, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem \, Jerusalem\, Israel.\n\n
\n\n\n Applications \n\n\n\n\n\n To apply please send an email to sadnahuji2
019@gmail.com with the following information: \n\n\n\n Your name\, address
\, and institution. \n \n \n A grade transcript with a clear listing of the c
ourses you've taken so far in your mathematical studies (an informal trans
cript is OK). \n \n \n Optional: Letters of recommendation are not required\,
but welcome. Please ask your teacher to send us an email of recommendatio
n to the email address below.\n \n\n\n\n Applications received by Sunday\, J
uly 7th\, 2019\, will receive full consideration.\n\n\n\n Financial Support
\, Lodging\, Etc.\n\n\n\n\n\n Shared lodging (4 in a room) at the Bretter H
ouse including breakfast will be provided for accepted participants.\n\n\n
\n\n\n For inquiries please email sadnahuji2019@gmail.com\n\n\n\n Export\n
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DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190922
DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190927
LAST-MODIFIED:20190618T134709Z
SUMMARY:The Einstein Institute Undergraduate Workshop 2019
URL;TYPE=URI:https://mathematics.huji.ac.il/event/einstein-institute-underg
raduate-workshop
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