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Distinguished Colloquium Series
Dwayne Hart

The departments' next distinguished colloquium will be delivered by Professor Mark Sapir from Vanderbilt University.  Professor Sapir has been an invited speaker in many conferences including the ICM-2006 (Madrid).  His research interests include algorithmic problems in algebra, geometric and asymptotic group theory.  There are several asymptotic invariants of geomeric nature that measure algorithmic complexity of a group: the Dehn function, the depth function, the length function, etc. He will talk about the relations between computational complexity of a group and the growth of these functions. For more info please visit the events page.

Feb 27th, 2013

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