
Maurice Chiodo
Name:  Maurice Chiodo 
Affiliation:  University of Cambridge 
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Last login:  Fri Oct 11 21:24:52 +0000 2019 
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Talks given by Maurice Chiodo
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 Looking into the future, what more can mathematicians do?
 Psychology 101: How to survive as a mathematician at work
 Understanding the behaviour of the mathematical community
 Regulation, accountability, and the law
 Fairness and impartiality in algorithms and AI
 Cryptography, surveillance and privacy
 Financial Mathematics and Modelling
 An introduction to ethics in mathematics and why it is important
 Ethics for the working mathematician, lecture 8: Looking into the future, what more can mathematicians do?
 Ethics for the working mathematician, lecture 7: Psychology 101  how to survive as a mathematician at work.
 Ethics for the working mathematician, lecture 6: Understanding the behaviour of the mathematical community.
 Ethics for the working mathematician, lecture 5: Regulation, accountability, and the law.
 Ethics for the working mathematician, lecture 4: Fairness and impartiality in algorithms and AI.
 Ethics for the working mathematician, lecture 3: Cryptography, surveillance and privacy.
 Ethics for the working mathematician, lecture 2: Financial mathematics and modelling.
 Surely there's no ethics in mathematics?
 Ethics for the working mathematician, lecture 1: An introduction to ethics in mathematics and why it is important.
 Ethics for the working mathematician, seminar 11: Winning with mathematics
 Ethics for the working mathematician, seminar 12: Going back to the start.
 Ethics for the working mathematician, seminar 10: Mathematicians being leaders.
 Ethics for the working mathematician, seminar 9 CANCELLED
 Ethics for the working mathematician, seminar 8: Standing on the shoulders of giants.
 Ethics for the working mathematician, seminar 7: The impartiality of mathematics.
 Ethics for the working mathematician, seminar 5: Mathematical precision.
 Ethics for the working mathematician, seminar 4: Mathematicians trying to help.
 Ethics for the working mathematician, seminar 3: Doing your job.
 Ethics for the working mathematician, seminar 2: The allure of mathematics.
 Ethics for the working mathematician, seminar 1: Keep calm and carry on.
Talks organised by Maurice Chiodo
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 The Cambridge University Ethics in Mathematics Project launch
 The Cambridge University Ethics in Mathematics Project launch
 Ethics in Mathematics: a discussion with Lord Martin Rees
 Backdoors always backfire
 A Free Digital Society
 Reflections on Ethics and Cryptography
 Ethics for the working mathematician, lecture 8: Looking into the future, what more can mathematicians do?
 Ethics for the working mathematician, lecture 7: Psychology 101  how to survive as a mathematician at work.
 Ethics for the working mathematician, lecture 6: Understanding the behaviour of the mathematical community.
 Ethics for the working mathematician, lecture 5: Regulation, accountability, and the law.
 Ethics for the working mathematician, lecture 4: Fairness and impartiality in algorithms and AI.
 Ethics for the working mathematician, lecture 3: Cryptography, surveillance and privacy.
 Ethics for the working mathematician, lecture 2: Financial mathematics and modelling.
 Ethics for the working mathematician, lecture 1: An introduction to ethics in mathematics and why it is important.
 Ethics for the working mathematician, seminar 11: Winning with mathematics
 Ethics for the working mathematician, seminar 12: Going back to the start.
 Ethics for the working mathematician, seminar 10: Mathematicians being leaders.
 First order rigidity of higher rank arithmetic lattices (note the nonstandard day)
 Title to be confirmed
 Equations in groups
 Ethics for the working mathematician, seminar 9 CANCELLED
 A discussion on AI ethics
 Negative immersions for onerelator groups
 Ethics for the working mathematician, seminar 8: Standing on the shoulders of giants.
 Ethics for the working mathematician, seminar 7: The impartiality of mathematics.
 A grouptheoretic question arising in Typed set theory
 Kirillov's orbit method and polynomiality of the faithful dimension of $p$groups
 Ethics for the working mathematician, seminar 5: Mathematical precision.
 Commuting probability in infinite groups
 Ethics for the working mathematician, seminar 4: Mathematicians trying to help.
 JSJ decompositions
 In an age of 'fake news' and dodgy data, can we communicate statistical evidence impartially?
 A dependence theorem for free groups
 Codes of professional ethics for mathematicians: why?
 Linear groups without infinite order unipotents
 Ethics for the working mathematician, seminar 3: Doing your job.
 Ethics for the working mathematician, seminar 2: The allure of mathematics.
 Ethics for the working mathematician, seminar 1: Keep calm and carry on.
 The dangers of success
 A Conjecture from 1986 about splittings of groups: its statement, potential generalizations, and Martin Dunwoody's proof
 (Leverhulme Lecture) Higher Teichmueller Theory: Geometric, Arithmetic, and nonArchimedean Aspects. Part 2 — On maximal representations
 Buildings, surfaces and superrigidity
 Geometry of finite quotients of groups
 On l^2Betti numbers and their analogues in positive characteristic
 Weak forms of amenability
 Surface subgroups of graphs of free groups (part 2 of 2)
 Surface subgroups of graphs of free groups (part 1 of 2)
 Commensurability of rightangled Artin groups
 Girth of random Cayley graphs
 Triangles of groups, property (T), expanders and special quotients
 Automorphisms of free and surface groups and their fixed points
 Commensuration index growth
 no talk (GGSE at UCL)
 Correspondences between harmonic functions and algebraic properties of groups.
 Embedding theorems, torsion, and quotients for groups.
