Professor Shanzhong Sun (Capital Normal U, China)

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# Activities 2018

## Hong Kong Geometry Colloquium (at HKU)

Dr. Sachiko Hamano (Osaka City U, Japan) & Dr. Weiyu Colin Tan (National U of Singapore)

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## Hong Kong Geometry Colloquium (at HKU)

Professor Mark G. Lawrence (Nazarbayev U, Republic of Kazakhstan) & Professor Rong Du (East China Normal U)

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## Hong Kong Geometry Colloquium (at HKUST)

Professor Shanzhong Sun (Capital Normal U, Beijing, China) & Professor Francesco Sala (Kavli Institute for the Physics & the Mathematics of the Universe, U of Tokyo, Japan)

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## Hong Kong Probability Seminar (at CityU)

Dr. Xiao Fang (CUHK) & Professor Jianfeng Yao (HKU)

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## Hong Kong Probability Seminar (at CUHK)

Dr. Ke Wang (HKUST) and Dr. Lihu Xu (U of Macau)

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## Noncommutative Mather-Yau theorem and its applications to Calabi-Yau algebras and homological minimal model program

Dr. Gui-Song Zhou (Ningbo Institute of Technology, Zhejiang U & HKU)

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## Foliations in abelian schemes

Dr. Ziyang Gao (CNRS (IMJ), France & Princeton U)

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## Frontiers of Mathematics Lecture: Methods of Rational Curves and Pluricanonical Bundles in Complex Geometry

Professor Yum-Tong Siu (William Elwood Byerly Professor, Harvard University, USA; Member, National Academy of Sciences of the United States; Foreign Member, Chinese Academy of Sciences)

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## The classification of finite dimensional estimation algebras

Professor Stephen S.-T. Yau (Tsinghua U)

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## Viscosity Solutions of Hamilton-Jacobi Equations and Related Topics

Professor Yu-Yu Liu (National Cheng Kung U, Taiwan)

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## Frontiers of Mathematics Lecture: Discontinuous Galerkin Method for Convection Dominated Partial Differential Equations

Professor Chi-Wang Shu (Theodore B. Stowell University Professor, Division of Applied Mathematics, Brown U, USA)

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## Frontiers of Mathematics Lecture: Potential Singularity Formation of the 3D Euler Equations and Related Models

Professor Thomas Y. Hou (Charles Lee Powell Professor of Applied & Computational Mathematics, Department of Computing and Mathematical Sciences, California Institute of Technology, USA)

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## Frontiers of Mathematics Lecture: Trigonometric Integrals and the Riemann Zeta Function

Professor Yitang Zhang (University of California Santa Barbara, USA)

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## Frontiers of Mathematics Lecture: Why does Ramanujan, The Man Who Knew Infinity”, matter?”

Professor Ken Ono (Asa Griggs Candler Professor of Mathematics at Emory University; Vice President of the American Mathematical Society)

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## A tale of two congruences: Fermat-Wilson-Derivatives-Zeta connection

Professor Dinesh Thakur (U of Rochester, USA)

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## Cohomology in the Batalin-Vilkovisky approach to field theories

Professor Ezra Getzler (Northwestern U)

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## Cohomology of quiver varieties and other moduli spaces

Professor Tom Nevins (U of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

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## Construction of acylindrical hyperbolic 3-manifolds with quasi-Fuchsian boundary

Mr.Yongquan Zhang (Harvard U)

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## Cross curvature flow

Professor Pak Tung Ho (Sogang U, Korea)

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## Enumerating the fake projective planes (*Joint work with Tim Steger*)

Professor Donald Cartwright (U of Sydney)

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## A Regularization Parameter Selection Model for Total Variation Based Image Noise Removal

Professor Youwei Wen (Hunan Normal U)

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## On the relativistic Boltzmann equation without angular cutoff

Dr. Jin Woo Jang (IBS-Center for Geometry and Physics, Korea)

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## Regularity and decay properties of the Navier-Stokes equations [CANCELLED]

Dr. Hantaek Bae (UNIST, Korea)

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## Bounds on Autocorrelation Coefficients of Rudin-Shapiro Polynomials

Professor Stephen K.K. Choi (Simon Fraser U, Canada)

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## Career Talk: Adventures in the FinTech Industry

Dr. Yan Ting Lam (Strategic Business Innovator Group, Tokyo)

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## An Introduction to Blockchain and Some Related Research Topics in Cryptography

Professor Haibin Kan (Fudan U)

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## Formal deformations: from modular to Jacobi through quasimodular forms

Professor Emmanuel Royer (Université Clermont-Auvergne & CNRS Laboratoire de mathématiques Blaise Pascal)

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## Heights and *L*-functions

Professor Shou-Wu Zhang (Princeton U & IAS of HKUST)

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## On the Capacity of 2-Dimensional Channels

Dr. Yonglong Li (U of California, San Diego)

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