Fall 2011 Colloquium Series

Our colloquium meets on Friday from 3:15 to 4:05 in RSS 235. Refreshments are served at 2:45 at the Math Lounge (RSS 346). 


September 9: Supersonic Dispersive Fluid Dynamics by Mark Hoefer, North Carolina State University

September 14: Special Colloquium (3:10 P.M., Maybank 219): Tame and wild automorphisms of free algebras by Ivan Shestakov, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil

September 23: New Homotopy Invariants and Their Applications To Robot Motion Planning by Ibai Basabe, the University of Florida

September 30: Boson-fermion correspondences and twisted vertex algebras by Iana Angelova, College of Charleston 

October 7: Numerosities: a possible way of refining Cantor's cardinality by Mauro Di Nasso, University of Pisa, Italy

October 14: Mixed Tight Orthogonal Arrays of Strength Two Using Finite Projective Geometry by Manohar Aggarwal, University of Memphis

October 21: Austere Submanifolds in Complex Projective Space by Thomas Ivey, College of Charleston

October 28Carolina Math Seminar at the Citadel (2:00-4:25, Thompson Hall, Room 303)

November 4: One Set Fits All by Renling Jin, College of Charleston

November 11:  How long will your next hospital stay last? by Gary W. Harrison, College of Charleston

November 18: Conservative, Unconditionally Stable Discretization Methods for Hamiltonian Equations, Applied to Wave Motion in Lattice Equations Modeling Protein Molecules by Brenton LeMesurier, College of Charleston

December 2: Why Some Algebras have Nonfinitely Axiomatizable Equational Theories by Kate Owens, College of Charleston 

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