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Top 20 events from the archive:
Date Event Type Event Name Local Speaker Guest Speaker
08/11/2014 to 08/14/2014 Colloquium TBA Henry Warchall
07/23/2014 M.Sc.Defense Numerical Modeling of Biofilms Adriana Mendoza
07/21/2014 Colloquium Cyclically presented groups and circulant graphs and matrices Dr. Gerald Williams
06/09/2014 Colloquium Lessons learned from instruction: Results from a study of upper-elementary mathematics classrooms Heather C. Hill
06/06/2014 Applied Mathematics and Computation Seminar No seminar today.
06/06/2014 Number Theory Seminar Spectra of Diophantine approximation Mary E. Flahive
06/05/2014 Mathematical Biology Seminar Discrete-Time Models for Honeybee Swarm Site-Selection Torrey Johnson
06/05/2014 M.Sc.Defense Nonlinear Finite Difference Schemes for the Klausmeier System Natalia McClellan
06/03/2014 Probability Seminar On the Hitting Times of Integral of Geometric Brownian Motion Sooie Hoe Loke
06/02/2014 Geometry-Topology Seminar On Type-II singularities in Ricci flow Haotian Wu
06/02/2014 Analysis Seminar Analysis of degenerate and singular reaction-diffusion equations Malgorzata Peszynska
05/30/2014 Applied Mathematics and Computation Seminar Dispersion Optimized Edge Elements for the Electric Vector Wave Equation Duncan McGregor
05/30/2014 Number Theory Seminar Sturmian words Thomas Morrill
05/29/2014 Mathematical Biology Seminar TBA William Felder
05/23/2014 Applied Mathematics and Computation Seminar Analysis of Jump Conditions for Heterojunction Problems in Semiconductors Timothy Costa
05/23/2014 Number Theory Seminar Christoffel words Jason McClelland
05/22/2014 Mathematical Biology Seminar Looking through the lens: the mechanism of molecular motors Weihong Qiu
05/20/2014 Lonseth Lecture 2014 Lonseth Lecture Dr. David Pengelley
05/19/2014 Colloquium PiMuEpsilon Colloquium: Symmetry, strings, and the most beautiful untangling of a double twist David Pengelley
05/19/2014 Geometry-Topology Seminar How efficiently and beautifully can one untangle a double-twist in 3-space? Waving is believing! David Pengelley