Spring 2020 Colloquia

Our colloquium meets on Friday from 3:10 to 4:00 in RSS 252. Refreshments are served at 2:45 at the Math Lounge (RSS 346). 

January 24: Renling Jin, Cofc, A nonstandard proof of Szemeredi's Theorem for k=4 and more

January 31: Jon Hakkila, CofC, Time Symmetry in Gamma-Ray Burst Pulse Light Curves

February 7: Amy Langville, CofC, The Rankability of Data

February 14: Emily Gunawan, University of Connecticut, Friezes, cluster algebras, and quiver representations

February 21: Daryl Deford, Dartmouth College, Geospatial Data, Markov Chains, and Political Redistricting

March 4: Nick Owad, Colby College, Snail links and volume.

March 6: Oleg Smirnov, CofC, Infinite Dimensional Kantor Pairs and Triple Systems.

March 10: Behrang Forghani, Bowdoin College, Boundary Identification and Group Classification.

March 13: Daniel Poll, Northwestern University, Mathematical Models of Working Memory.

April 1: Cancelled Keynote Colloquium, Ted Hill, Georgia Tech, Some Surprises in Probability.

April 3:  Cancelled Special Seminar, Ted Hill, Georgia Tech, Benford's Law: The Significant Digit Phenomenon.

April 10: Noah B. Jacobsen, Mission Solutions Group, Title: TBA.

April 17: Gary Walsh, University of Ottawa/Tutte Institute, Title: TBA.

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