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
10/23/2020 Applied Mathematics and Computation Seminar Faces of entropy: Connecting Physics, Biology and Network Science Maria Emelianenko
10/19/2020 Geometry-Topology Seminar Continuous Symmetries on Closed 4-Manifolds with a Lower Sectional Curvature Bound Austin Bosgraaf
10/16/2020 Applied Mathematics and Computation Seminar CANCELLED: Toward a Kinetic Theory of Solitons Patrik Nabelek
10/12/2020 Department Colloquium Collective behavior and ecosystem stability Benjamin Dalziel
10/12/2020 Geometry-Topology Seminar The Horizon Measure: A New Perspective on Curvature Arthur Mills
10/09/2020 Applied Mathematics and Computation Seminar How the SVD Saves the Universe Cleve Moler
10/05/2020 External Seminar Statistics Research Seminar - The Signed Polygon Statistics for Network Testing and Estimation of Number of Communities Tracy Ke, Assistant Professor
10/05/2020 Geometry-Topology Seminar Integrable Systems in Geometry Patrik Nabelek
10/02/2020 Applied Mathematics and Computation Seminar 5 ideas, good and bad, in computational fluid dynamics William Layton
09/28/2020 Geometry-Topology Seminar Geometry-Topology Seminar: Organizational meeting.
09/25/2020 Applied Mathematics and Computation Seminar AMC organizational meeting for the year 2020-21 Ralph E. Showalter
09/21/2020 Graduate Student Orientation and Advising
09/16/2020 to 09/18/2020 GTA Workshop
09/08/2020 to 09/11/2020 Core Course Boot Camp for Incoming Grad Students
09/04/2020 M.Sc. Presentation The Horizon Measure: A New Perspective on Curvature
09/01/2020 M.Sc.Defense Teaching Mathematics to International Students in Higher Education
08/31/2020 M.Sc.Defense Instructors’ Perspectives and Practices of Equity and Inclusion in Post-Secondary Mathematics
08/31/2020 Ph.D.Defense Aggregate Path Coupling for the General Curie-Weiss Model
08/28/2020 Ph.D.Defense On the Logical Independence of DR and CLA
08/12/2020 REU Colloquium REU Student Final Talks - Blessing's Group Abigail Ezell (Colorado College), Darwin Nesheim (Oregon State), Kevin Sweet (Lewis and Clark)