Spring 2022 Colloquium Series

Our colloquium meets on Friday from 3:10 to 4:00 in person in RSS 252 or on ZOOM

January 28: Brenton LeMesurier, CofC, Mathematical Modeling of DNA Transcription Bubbles: Numerical and Analytical Results.

February 4: Mukesh Kumar, CofC, A structured approach to the a posteriori error estimation in isogeometric finite element method.

February 10: Amin Bahmanian, Illinois State University, Combinatorics of Higher Dimensional Sudoku-Type Puzzles.

February 11: Nancy Scherich, Brown University, Introduction to Braid Group Theory.

February 14: Bennet Goeckner, University of Washington, Decompositions of simplicial complexes.

February 18: Harrison Bray, George Mason University, The shape of Thurston's Master Teapot.

February 25: Patrick Devlin, Yale, Buying Votes to (Probably) Win a Random Election.

March 18: Nick Davidson, Reed College, Doing Algebra with Pictures.

April 1: Available for your suggestions.

April 7: Available for your suggestions.

April 8: Available for your suggestions.

April 15: Available for your suggestions.

April 22: Lane Ellisor and Annalisa Calini, CofC, The effects of damping on rogue wave formation and permanent downshifting.

April 26: Chris Fraser, University of Minnesota, Total positivity, clusters, and braid groups.


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