Past colloquia

Archive of seminar talks

Lonseth and Milne lectures




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Top 20 events from the archive:
Date Event Type Event Name Local Speaker Guest Speaker
08/22/2016 Ph.D.Defense Nonuniform Sampling of Band-limited Functions Hussain Al-Hammali
08/12/2016 Graduate Student Summer Seminar Affect Towards Mistakes in Counting Samantha McGee TBA
08/10/2016 REU Colloquium REU Final Presentations REU Students
08/10/2016 Graduate Student Summer Seminar Exact Linear Time Computation of the Unifrac Metric and Identification of Differentially Abundant Organisms Jason McClelland
08/09/2016 REU Colloquium REU Final Presentations REU Students
08/08/2016 Graduate Student Summer Seminar Graduate Student Summer Seminar - This seminar has been cancelled TBA
08/05/2016 Graduate Student Summer Seminar Seminar Kevin Cramer TBA
08/05/2016 REU Colloquium Ancient Greek Methods of Astronomical Measurement Sarah Hagen
08/03/2016 Graduate Student Summer Seminar Seminar Naveen Somasunderam TBA
08/03/2016 REU Colloquium Topological, Algebraic, and Analytical Aspects of Cantor Sets Dennis J. Garity
08/01/2016 Graduate Student Summer Seminar Seminar Jason McClelland TBA
08/01/2016 REU Colloquium Frobenius Representations of Partitions Thomas Morrill
07/29/2016 Graduate Student Summer Seminar Spine techniques for branching processes, and applications. William Felder
07/29/2016 REU Colloquium Linicrypt, a formal model of practical cryptographic constructions Mike Rosulek
07/27/2016 Graduate Student Summer Seminar Kolmogorov Complexity, Turing Reducibility and Computably Random Reduction Charlie Robson
07/27/2016 REU Colloquium Animal populations as dynamical systems Benjamin Dalziel
07/25/2016 Graduate Student Summer Seminar Who doesn't like to play games... right? Michael Renne
07/25/2016 REU Colloquium A Glimpse of Brownian Motion Edward C. Waymire
07/22/2016 Graduate Student Summer Seminar Buffered Frobenius Representations Thomas Morrill
07/22/2016 REU Colloquium Uncertainty Quantification Techniques in Electromagnetics Nathan L. Gibson