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[SNU Number Theory Seminar 21 Apr] Selberg's central limit theorem of L functions near the critical line

[Series of lectures 2/21, 2/23, 2/28] An introduction to geometric representation theory and 3d mirror symmetry

[SNU Number Theory Seminiar 2021.11.12] Moduli of FontaineLaffailles and modp localglobal compatibility

[QSMS Seminar 20231213] A user’s guide to Schubert calculus of Lagrangian Grassmannians

[QSMSBK21 Symplectic Seminar 26 May] 1. Product structures on the relative symplectic cohomology 2. Symplectic homology of affine varieties

[QSMS Geometry seminar 20230525] Symplectic field theory and codimension2 stable Hamiltonian submanifolds

[QSMS Seminar 20231006, 1103] Algebraic group analogues of the Slodowy slices and the structure of the set of conjugacy classes in algebraic groups / Poisson qWalgebras

[Seminar 2020.11.25] On the ordering of the Markov numbers (AM 10:00~12:00)

[QSMS Symplectic topology seminar 20230817] Symplectic Torelli classes of positive entropy

[QSMS Seminar 2022.04.19] Universal objects in vertex algebra theory

[Seminar 2021.05.12] Equivariant symplectic homology

[SNU Number Theory Seminiar] 2021.10.15

[QSMS Seminar 20221011] (q,t)Cartan matrix and representation theories related to the specializations of the matrix

[QSMSBK21 Symplectic Seminar 28 July] Nonexistence of Exact K(G,1) Lagrangians in Milnor Fibers of Weighted Homogeneous Polynomials / Associative YangBaxter Equation and Fukaya Categories

[QSMSBK21 symplectic semiar] Part 4 (23' Aug 18 ~)

[QSMS Representation theory seminar 20231228] Generalized polynomial functors

[QSMS Seminar 20220927] Categories of Whittaker Modules over Lie superalgebras and Categorification of Fock Spaces

[SNU Number Theory Seminar 20220506] On an upper bound of the average analytic rank of a family of elliptic curves

[QSMSBK21 Symplectic Geometry Seminar 20220930] Introduction to Floer Homotopy: Bordism and Flow Categories

[QSMS Symplectic topology seminar20230828] From Babylonian lunar observations to global surfaces of section