Past colloquia

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Top 20 events from the archive:
Date Event Type Event Name Local Speaker Guest Speaker
02/11/2016 Mathematical Biology Seminar Available
02/09/2016 Number Theory Seminar The Octonions Tevian Dray
02/09/2016 Probability Seminar Discovering Insights from Graphs -- When Pattern Recognition Meets Social Network, Neural Connectomes and Digital Marketing Li Chen
02/08/2016 Geometry-Topology Seminar The global structure of Dickson algebras of polynomial invariants (Continued) David Pengelley
02/08/2016 Analysis Seminar On Dyadic Model for Turbulence. Part 3: inviscid limit. Radu Dascaliuc
02/05/2016 Applied Mathematics and Computation Seminar Perfectly Matched Layers for Complex Dispersive Materials Vrushali A. Bokil
02/04/2016 Mathematical Biology Seminar Discrete-Time Models for Honeybee Swarm Site-Selection Torrey Johnson
02/02/2016 Number Theory Seminar New Inequalities for the Weil height Jeffrey Vaaler
02/01/2016 Geometry-Topology Seminar The global structure of Dickson algebras of polynomial invariants David Pengelley
02/01/2016 Analysis Seminar On Dyadic Model for Turbulence: Part II. Radu Dascaliuc
01/29/2016 Applied Mathematics and Computation Seminar An Introduction to Sage, a Free and Open-Source Mathematics Software Holly Swisher
01/28/2016 Mathematical Biology Seminar Application of Integrated Spatial and Temporal Stochastic Model in Study on Radiation Effect Ruirui Liu
01/26/2016 Number Theory Seminar Unlikely intersections Clayton Petsche
01/26/2016 Probability Seminar The transition in renewal processes to fractal-like returns and ergodic infinite measures Albert M. Fisher
01/25/2016 Colloquium How is a projective space fitted together? David Pengelley
01/25/2016 Geometry-Topology Seminar Explorations in A and C (Continued) Ally Stacey
01/25/2016 Analysis Seminar On Dyadic Model for turbulence. Part 1: introduction. Radu Dascaliuc
01/22/2016 Applied Mathematics and Computation Seminar Heterogeneity and Structures in Flows through Explicit Porous Microstructures Jeff Hyman
01/21/2016 Mathematical Biology Seminar A family that preys together: collective behavior alters stability and equilibria in consumer-resource cycles Benjamin Dalziel
01/20/2016 Student Event REU Information Night