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Research Assistant

Posted September 1: for an MIT based collaboration: ... more .

CA jobs Fall 2018

  • MA-21b course assistant positions Fall 2017
  • Applicants for Ma-21b course assistant positions must be current Harvard university students. CA application form.
  • Upperlevel CA positions Fall 2017 Course assistant applications for upper level courses in the fall 2017 are due by the last day of reading period of the spring semester. You may fill out the application form on the upperlevel page at any time, your info will be saved. You may fill it out after the deadline too, in case you may be needed. If you are interested in an upper level course assistant position,

Course Catalog

Courses can be searched on the Course catalog. The Course Locations report, Spring 2018. Here is a short link to search Math courses.

Information about upper level course assistants is as usual upperlevel CA page. Math Night are weekly problem-set nights for upper-level courses.

Events

Next Seminar 02/14/18:Hansheng Diao: Towards a $p$-adic Riemann-Hilbert correspondence, more...
Next Math table:
02/20/2018 Surgery with Poincaré manifold as an application, by Frid Fu. More ... mathtable talk


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First open neighborhood seminar, February 1

The first open Neighborhood seminar is given by Melody Chan from Brown University. The title is "Counting trees".

News and Announcements

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Hirzebruch prize 2018

Congratulations to Jessica Fintzen, who won the Hirzebruch prize for her dissertation here at the Mathematics department under the guidance of Benedict Gross. Here is the press release (in German). Jessica had already won the AWM dissertation prize.

Spring 2018 Tutorials

    Spring Tutorials 2018 :
    "Curves on algebraic surfaces": by Ziquan Yang, (zqyang@math.harvard.edu)

    "Forcing": by Gabriel Goldberg, (goldberg@math.harvard.edu) more ...

Talks on Youtube

The CDM 2017 talks are available as a playlist on our Youtube Channel.
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