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Top 20 events from the archive:
Date Event Type Event Name Local Speaker Guest Speaker
10/28/2014 Number Theory Seminar Inversion Polynomials for Permutations Avoiding Consecutive Patterns Naiomi Cameron
10/27/2014 Colloquium Inquiry oriented linear algebra: Coordinating research and curriculum development Michelle Zandieh
10/27/2014 Geometry-Topology Seminar Enumerating Finite Topologies Sarah Hagen
10/27/2014 Analysis Seminar On a question of symmetry breaking in the Navier-Stokes problem, a stochastic approach. Radu Dascaliuc
10/25/2014 Northwest Probability Seminar 2014
10/24/2014 Applied Mathematics and Computation Seminar An introduction to fluid mechanics - Part II Elaine Cozzi
10/21/2014 Number Theory Seminar A Bijective Proof of Macdonald's identity Benjamin Young
10/21/2014 Probability Seminar Large deviations for excursions of M/M/oo Anatoly Yambartsev
10/20/2014 Geometry-Topology Seminar Finite groups arising in the study of asphericity William A. Bogley
10/20/2014 Analysis Seminar Uniqueness/non-uniqueness related to classes of abstract Cauchy problems: a stochastic analysis perspective (PART II) Edward C. Waymire
10/18/2014 Pacific Northwest Numerical Analysis Seminar
10/17/2014 Applied Mathematics and Computation Seminar An introduction to fluid mechanics - Part I Elaine Cozzi
10/16/2014 Mathematical Biology Seminar Exact Goodness-of-Fit Tests for Markov Chains Debashis Mondal
10/14/2014 Number Theory Seminar The set of not uniquely ergodic 4-IETs has Hausdorff codimension 1/2 Jon Chaika
10/14/2014 Undergraduate Seminar Visualizing Hyperbolic Geometry Evelyn Lamb
10/13/2014 Colloquium Isomorphism and disjointness in interval exchange transformations and flows on flat surfaces Jon Chaika
10/13/2014 Geometry-Topology Seminar Classifying families of manifolds Christine M. Escher
10/13/2014 Analysis Seminar Uniqueness/non-uniqueness related to classes of abstract Cauchy problems: a stochastic analysis perspective Edward C. Waymire
10/09/2014 External Seminar Mathematica 10: Wolfram technologies in education and research Paul Fish
10/09/2014 Mathematical Biology Seminar Impact of Biased Movement on Marine Protected Area Effectiveness James Rekow