Top Menu

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5
  6. 6

News

Check out the latest news from SCGP!


coronavirus

COVID-19: Advisory and Updates

Upcoming Events In response to COVID-19, the Simons Center has cancelled or postponed many events. Others have been moved to an online or hybrid format. Please check individual event webpages for most recent information: Workshops Programs For Program and Workshop Participants and other SCGP visitors: All visitors to the center must be fully vaccianted in accordance […]

Relativity, 1953. Wood engraving, 10 7/8 x 11 ½ inches
Collection of ROCK J. WALKER / WALKER FINE ART , LTD.
All M.C. Escher’s Works and Text © The M.C. Escher Company, Baarn, The Netherlands.
All Rights Reserved. M.C. Escher ® is a Registered Trademark

M.C. Escher® : A Mini-Retrospective

October 11 – November 19, 2021Curated by Lorraine WalshThe Simons Center GalleryGallery Hours: 10AM to 5PM – Monday through Friday – by reservation only. Each visitor must have a single, valid reservation under name. Simons Center Art and Outreach Program Guest Lecture: Doris Schattschneider: A Mathematician Views Escher November 15, 2021 – 4PM – Della […]

shutterstock_1413612989

Zoom Seminar Series: Dynamics and Renormalization Program

The Simons Center program on Renormalization and Universality in Conformal Geometry, Dynamics, Random Processes, and Field Theory is continuing with a series of online ZOOM seminars throughout 2020. For the full schedule of talks please visit: http://www.math.stonybrook.edu/agenda?LocationID=151 Or our calendar here: http://scgp.stonybrook.edu/calendar/full-calendar In order to be added to our mailing list to receive upcoming talk announcements and […]

shutterstock_1146367856 SMALL

Science Playwriting Competition – Virtual Staged Readings

Update 4/24/2020 – A virtual reading of the winning plays will take place on Monday May 11 at 7:00pm via createtheater.comA special thanks to Director, Steve Marsh, and the Create Theater community, who helped to make this possible. Watch the ZOOM video recording here: http://scgp.stonybrook.edu/video/video.php?id=4516 *Some plays contain some strong language The Simons Center for […]

Screen Shot 2019-10-09 at 3.28.34 PM

Quintessentially Science Fiction. An Interview with Eugenio Calabi, Hosted by Claude LeBrun, on Behalf of the Simons Center.

Click HERE to watch the video In July 2019, on behalf of the Simons Center for Geometry and Physics, Claude LeBrun, Stony Brook Mathematics Department, conducted an interview with Eugenio Calabi at the University of Pennsylvania Mathematics Department. Calabi is of course primarily famous for his pioneering work on Calabi-Yau manifolds, a class of solutions […]

Roundtable for Math and Science Summer Programs: April 29 – May 1, 2022

Organized by Elena Yakubovskaya, Alexander Kirillov, Mira Bernstein, Marisa Debowsky, Pavel Etingof This workshop brings together organizers of advanced math and science summer programs for middle and high school students. The initial goal of the conference is to build closer connections among top U.S. programs and to learn from each other, sharing experiences and ideas. […]

Gauged Linear Sigma Models @30: May 22-26, 2023

Organized by: Mykola Dedushenko Stony Brook University Heeyeon Kim, Rutgers University, Johanna Knapp, University of Melbourne, Ilarion Melnikov, James Madison University, Eric Sharpe, Virginia Tech. Gauged linear sigma models (GLSMs) have provided key insights into numerous aspects of string theory and supersymmetric eld theory and have been a bridge to various elds in mathematics such […]

Forty Years of Ricci Flow: The Geometric-Flow Revolution in Global Differential Geometry: July 11-15, 2022

Organized by: Eric Bahuaud, Seattle University Panagiota Daskalopoulos, Columbia University Christine Guenther, Pacific University James Isenberg, University of Oregon Dan Knopf, The University of Texas at Austin Claude LeBrun, Stony Brook University. The Ricci flow has played a decisive role in geometry and topology during the forty years since it was first introduced by Richard […]

Combinatorics and Geometry of Convex Polyhedra: March 20-24, 2023

Organized by: Karim Adiprasito, University of Copenhagen and Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Alexey Glazyrin, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, Isabella Novik, University of Washington, Igor Pak, UCLA. Convex polyhedra are fundamental structures in geometry playing an intermediate role between the continuous (smooth) and discrete (combinatorial) worlds. Over the past century, much progress has been […]

Number Theory And Physics: October 24-November 18 2022

Organized by: Brian Conrey (American Institute of Mathematics ), Matilde Lalin (Université de Montréal), Giuseppe Mussardo (Laboratorio Interdisciplinare Scienze Naturali e Umanistiche, SISSA, Trieste, Italy), German Sierra (UAM/CSIC) The interplay between Number Theory and Physics has a long tradition, as illustrated by several examples and many initiatives of the past. A well-know example is the […]

SuperGeometry and SuperModuli: March 27-May 19, 2023

Organizing by: Sergio Cacciatori, Università degli studi dell’Insubria, Samuel Grushevsky, Stony Brook University, Alexander Polishchuk, University of Oregon. A supermanifold is the generalization of a usual manifold when some of the coordinates are even variables, and some are odd. The mathematical foundations of supergeometry were established in the 1970s and 1980s. While much of the […]

Lighting new Lampposts for Dark Matter and Beyond the Standard Model: February 27-March 24, 2023

Organized by: Ranny Budnik, Rouven Essig, and Maxim Pospelov. Continuing progress in collider physics and dark matter searches in the past few decades have put significant pressure on several favorable theoretical models for Dark Matter and other beyond the Standard Model physics. However, the mystery of dark matter, and its true identity in relation to […]

Hyperkahler quotients, singularities, and quivers: Jan 2-Feb 24, 2023

Organized by: Ljudmila Kamenova, Stony Brook University, Giovanni Mongardi, University of Bologna, Alexei Oblomkov, UMass Amherst. Hyperkahler manifolds are higher-dimensional generalizations of K3 surfaces, and as such they are a perfect testing ground for central conjectures in algebraic geometry, like the Hodge conjecture, the Tate conjecture, Grothendieck’s standard conjectures, Bloch-Beilinson conjectures, etc. Exciting new insight […]