Fall 2014 Colloquia
Our colloquium meets on Friday from 3:10 to 4:00 in RSS 251. Refreshments are served at 2:45 at the Math Lounge (RSS 346).
September 5: Rigoberto Flórez, The Citadel, A formal power series to count non-decreasing Dyck paths.
September 12: Karl Mahlburg, Lousiana State University, Asymptotic formulas for unimodal sequences.
September 19: (Available)
September 26: Sorinel Oprisan, Dept. of Physics, College of Charleston, Phase resetting curve and its role in predicting phase-locked modes of neural networks.
October 3: Oleg Smirnov, College of Charleston, Structure theory of algebras with finite grading.
October 10: Bo Kai, College of Charleston, Computation in Nonparametric Quantile Regression.
October 17: Thomas Ivey, College of Charleston, Integrability and Isometric Immersions of Surfaces.
October 24: Paul Young, College of Charleston, Constructions of zeta functions and their analogues.
October 31: Antara Mukherjee, The Citadel, Some algebraic and geometric properties of the Hosoya polynomial triangle.
November 7: Doug Cenzer, University of Florida, Ultrahomogeneous Structures.
November 13: Special Geometry Seminar: Ian Anderson, Utah State University, Graded Nilpotent Lie Algebras and their Application to the Geometry of Differential Equations.
November 14: Ian Anderson, Utah State University, Googling Einstein and Wikipeding Cartan.
November 21: Jiexiang Li, College of Charleston, Title: Hypertension in the United States 1999–2012: Progress toward Healthy People 2020 Goals