Spring 2018 Colloquium Series

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 19: Alex Kasman, CofC, On the Duplexing of DNA’s Genetic and Geometric Codes.

January 26: Gardner Marshall, Physics Dept., CofC, Searching for Dark Matter through Neutrinos.

February 2: Michael Kevin Hernández, Boeing, Application of predictive analytics on semistructured North Atlantic tropical Cyclone Forecasts.

February 9: Paul Young, CofC, The power of 2 dividing a generalized Fibonacci number.

February 16: Nick Ercolani, University of Arizona, Yang-Mills-Higgs Equations on General Riemann Surfaces.

February 23: Catherine Pfaff, University of California, Santa Barbara, A Nielsen-Thurston inspired story of iterating free group automorphisms and efficiently deforming graphs.

March 2: John Albert, University of Oklahoma, Nonlocal nonlinear Schrodinger equations.

March 9: Gordon Ritter, Emergence Capital, Calculus of Variations and the Best Possible Trader.

March 16: Ming-Jun Lai, University of Georgia, On Recent Development of Matrix Completion.

March 30: Garrett Mitchener, CofC, Experiments in ranking.

April 6: Frank Thorne, University of South Carolina, Gauss' Circle Problem and Arithmetic Statistics.

April 13: Renling Jin, CofC, Interval P-point and Interval Q-point.

April 20: Bo Kai, CofC, Development of Composite Quantile.

April 27, Special time 2PM: Stephane Lafortune, CofC, Study of a model of a liquid in presence of a surfactant.

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