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
06/29/2015 Graduate Student Summer Seminar On Fixed Points and Cyclically Presented Groups Kirk McDermott
06/26/2015 Applied Mathematics and Computation Seminar Pore-scale modeling of flows: computational and experimental evaluation of isolating properties of soil mixtures Anna Trykozko
06/24/2015 Graduate Student Summer Seminar Integer Factorization Lukas Zeller
06/05/2015 Applied Mathematics and Computation Seminar Flow in Hybrid Porous Geometries Timothy Costa
06/04/2015 Probability Seminar Horton and Tokunaga self-similarity for random trees: Empirical evidence and rigorous results Ilya Zaliapin
06/02/2015 Number Theory Seminar Integer points on elliptic curves Shabnam Akhtari
06/01/2015 Colloquium Who gets to participate in the mathematics classroom? Martha Civil
06/01/2015 Analysis Seminar Parabolic variational inequalities: what they are. Also, a new application. Malgorzata Peszynska
06/01/2015 Geometry-Topology Seminar The absolute Galois group acts faithfully on plane trees. Charles Camacho
05/29/2015 Applied Mathematics and Computation Seminar Electromagnetic Models for MHD Generators Duncan McGregor
05/26/2015 Number Theory Seminar Counting Eta Quotients Allison Arnold-Roksandich
05/22/2015 Applied Mathematics and Computation Seminar Porosity as a 3-dimensional random field; estimation and simulation Mina E. Ossiander
05/19/2015 Number Theory Seminar Heights and discrete energy estimates Paul Fili
05/18/2015 Colloquium Kolmogorov, Onsager and a stochastic model for turbulence Susan Friedlander
05/18/2015 Analysis Seminar Analysis of the MG equation: an active scalar model for the Earth's fluid core Susan Friedlander
05/18/2015 Topology Seminar Shift dynamics of cyclically presented groups with a length4, positive, decomposable word Forrest Parker
05/16/2015 to 05/17/2015 Pacific Northwest Number Theory Seminar PNW Number Theory Conference at University of Oregon http://math.uoregon.edu/seminars/pnwn
05/15/2015 Colloquium What’s new (and old) about elliptic curves Mike Bennett
05/15/2015 Applied Mathematics and Computation Seminar A Weighted Sequential Splitting Method for the 3D Maxwell’s Equations Putta Sakkaplangkul
05/15/2015 Geometry-Topology Seminar Geometry of the Bidisk Todd Drumm