Stony Brook University Art Crawl: Spring 2023
Art Crawl: Wednesday, April 26, 2023, 1:00 – 3:30 pm Free guided tours of diverse art galleries – join at any point! Stony Brook University hosts a variety of renowned art galleries that provide unique spaces and opportunities for cultural and artistic exchanges. The art crawl offers tours of four galleries this spring—visiting each for 30 minutes. […]
Della Pietra Lecture Series Presents Dava Sobel
The Della Pietra Lecture Series is pleased to present Dr. Dava Sobel Monday, May 8, 5:00pm, Reception at 4:15pm Title: The Glass Universe and “the glass ceiling”
SCGP News Volume XIX
The Simons Center for Geometry and Physics is pleased to announce the latest issue of SCGP News, a biannual publication which reflects the Center’s mission, scientific activities and cultural events.
Learning From A Master: A Conversation with Claire Voisin
Claire Voisin is an algebraic geometer from France; some of her most famous research includes her disproof of the Kodaira conjecture, her work in Hodge theory, and her work on the Green conjecture for generic canonical curves. This interview took place at the Simons Center on December 15, 2022
“Find Out What Interests You, Follow That Goal.” A Conversation with Klaus Hulek
Klaus Hulek sits down with the Center’s Deputy Director, and long-time collaborator, Samuel Grushevsky for a conversation about his life, research, goals, and advice.
Nikita Nekrasov Awarded 2023 Dannie Heineman Prize for Mathematical Physics
“We are very happy that Professor Nekrasov was awarded this amply merited recognition—probably the highest recognition in Mathematical Physics. He has made groundbreaking contributions in several areas of advanced quantum field theory, integrable systems, and in the use of powerful mathematical techniques to shed light into rather deep areas of field theory and string theory. […]
2023 Simons Math Summer Workshop: August 7-25, 2023
The Simons Center is happy to announce the 1st annual Simons math summer workshop. The workshop will take place from August 7-25, 2023, and will bring together mathematicians working in a circle of related areas, to learn more about the techniques and results of nearby lines of research.