Past colloquia

Archive of seminar talks

Lonseth and Milne lectures

See also full archive of all events.

Top 20 events from the archive:
Date Event Type Event Name Local Speaker Guest Speaker
05/17/2019 Applied Mathematics and Computation Seminar Centrifuge Modeling of Soil Response to Tsunami Inundation Margaret Exton
05/15/2019 Mathematical Biology Seminar Universal Features in Phonological Neighbor Networks Kevin Brown
05/14/2019 Number Theory Seminar Statistics of a-numbers of hyperelliptic curves over finite fields Derek Garton
05/14/2019 Mathematics Education Seminar Dam Blended: Hybrid Learning at OSU Cub Kahn
05/13/2019 Department Colloquium Wellposedness of SDEs with multiplicative noise Liping Xu
05/13/2019 Analysis Seminar Blow-up of solutions to the Keller-Segel system Elaine Cozzi
05/13/2019 M.Sc. Presentation A stable mimetic and virtual element method for resistive MHD Sebastián Naranjo Álvarez
05/13/2019 Geometry-Topology Seminar On the Topologies of Moduli Spaces of Polygons: A Taxonomic Approach Stephen Krughoff
05/10/2019 Applied Mathematics and Computation Seminar Optimizing Geometry and Physics Danny Kaufman
05/08/2019 Mathematical Biology Seminar The morphodynamics of 3D migrating cancer cells Christopher Zavier
05/08/2019 Seminar Graduate Alumni presentation II in MTH 507
05/07/2019 Mathematics Education Seminar Radical Constructivism and Mathematics Education Elise Lockwood
05/06/2019 Department Colloquium Instantons in nonlinear stochastic systems: Stochastic Burgers equation and cubic nonlinear Schrodinger equation. Tobias Schäfer
05/06/2019 Geometry-Topology Seminar Enumeration Problems on Symmetries of Compact Riemann Surfaces Charles Camacho
05/06/2019 Analysis Seminar Existence and uniquenes in Navier-Stokes equations: a stochastic cascade approach: Part 2. Radu Dascaliuc
05/03/2019 Applied Mathematics and Computation Seminar No seminar today, but a link to SIAM PNW talk recording is available.
05/01/2019 TBA
05/01/2019 Mathematical Biology Seminar TBA
04/30/2019 Number Theory Seminar A family of Galois groups in arithmetic dynamics David Krumm
04/30/2019 Mathematics Education Seminar The van Hiele model for geometric thinking Thomas P. Dick