## Multiplicity One Conjecture in Min-max theory (continued)

I will present a proof with some substantial details of the Multiplicity One Conjecture in Min-max theory, raised by Marques and Neves. It says that in a closed manifold of dimension between 3 and 7 with a bumpy metric, the min-max minimal hypersurfaces associated with the volume spectrum introduced by Gromov, Guth, Marques-Neves are all two-sided and have multiplicity one.

## Coherence and lattices

Abstract: I will survey (in)coherence of lattices in semisimple Lie groups, with a view toward open problems and connections with the geometry of locally symmetric spaces. Particular focus will be placed on rank one lattices, where I will discuss connections with reflection groups, "algebraic" fibrations of lattices, and analogies with classical low-dimensional topology.

## Factors of sparse polynomials: structural results and some algorithms

In this talk, I will discuss a recent result showing that this is in some sense true for multivariate polynomials when the polynomial has each variable appearing only with bounded degree. Our sparsity bound uses techniques from convex geometry, such as the theory of Newton polytopes and an approximate version of the classical Caratheodory's Theorem.

## Coherence, planar boundaries, and the geometry of subgroups

## A mountain pass theorem for minimal hypersurfaces with fixed boundary

## One-relator groups, non-positive immersions and coherence

Abstract: There seems to be an analogy between the classes of fundamental groups of compact 3-manifolds and of one-relator groups. (Indeed, many 3-manifold groups are also one-relator groups.) For instance, Dehn’s Lemma for 3-manifolds (proved by Papakyriakopoulos) can be seen as analogous to Magnus’ Freiheitssatz for one-relator groups. But the analogy is still very incomplete, and since there are deep results on each side that have no analogue on the other, there is a strong incentive to flesh it out.