James Zhang
Professor of Mathematics
Department of Mathematics
University of Washington
Box 354350
Seattle,
WA 981954350
Phone: (206) 6161378
Fax: (206) 5430397
zhang@math.washington.edu

Seminars

UW Algebra Seminar

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Recent preprints
Teaching

TeachingMath126,
Spring 2018
Conferences/Workshops

Shanghai Workshop on Noncommutative Algebraic Geometry

Shanghai Workshop 2006 at Fudan University

Shanghai Workshop 2011 at Fudan University

Shanghai Workshop 2014 at Fudan University

Shanghai Workshop 2019 at Fudan University (SCMS)

"Noncommutative Invariant Theory", Seattle Workshop 2012

"Regularity and Rigidity of Noncommutative Algebras", Seattle Workshop 2014

Seattle Workshop on Hopf Algebras and Actions (HAA)

"Hopf Algebras and Actions", Seattle Workshop
2014

"Hopf Algebras and Actions, Part II", Seattle Workshop
2016
Seattle NoncommutativeAlgebra Day (SNAD)

Seattle NoncommutativeAlgebra Day, Feb. 14, 2015

Seattle NoncommutativeAlgebra Day, July 25, 2015

Seattle NoncommutativeAlgebra Day, Aug. 8, 2015

Seattle NoncommutativeAlgebra Day, Oct. 30, 2016

Seattle NoncommutativeAlgebra Day, Aug. 10, 2017

Seattle NoncommutativeAlgebra Day, July 21, 2018

Seattle NoncommutativeAlgebra Day, March 23, 2019

Seattle NoncommutativeAlgebra Day, July 28, 2019
"Recent developments in noncommutative algebra and related areas", Seattle Workshop, March 1719,
2018
"Recent Advances and New Directions in the Interplay of Noncommutative Algebra and Geometry"
A Conference in Honor of S. Paul Smith on the occasion of his 65th Birthday,
July 1317, 2020, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA
Operad Conference Series (OCS)

"International Conference on Operad Theory and Related Topics",
Hefei, China, November 0509, 2018

"2019 Conference on Operad Theory and Related Topics",
Qufu, China, October 2426, 2019
Graduate Student Seminars

Homological Algebra Seminar,
Spring 2004
A short video
here.