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2014-2015 Math/Stat Colloquium

All events will be held 4:30-5:30 PM in Science Center 199, unless otherwise noted.  See flier when available.

Matthias BeckSan Francisco StateSept 9199Parking Functions and Friendsflier
David FuterTempleSept 16199The Space Around a Knotflier
Andrea BertozziUCLASept 24101* - The Mathematics of Crimeflier
Jonathan FarleyMorgan State UnivOct 7101Is the Fixed Point Property for Partially Ordered Sets Productive?flier
Yusra NaqviMuhlenbergOct 21199Coxeter Groups, Tessellations, and Buildingsflier
Djordje MilicevicBryn MawrNov 4Why are Drums Shaped by Number Theory Sometimes Louder Than Others?flier
Nov 11

Summer Is Coming Soon

Summer research opportunities in Mathematics and Statistics

Nov 25144&158Math/Stat Senior Conference Poster Sessionflier
Tara HolmCornell UnivDec 2199Dance of the astonished topologist ... or how I left squares and hexes for mathflier
Russell MillerQueens CollegeApr 7199Noncomputable functions and unsolvable problemsflier
Jordan EllenbergWisconsinApr 20&21199

Apr 20 Uncertainty and contradiction

Apr 21 Spinning a needle in a finite field

Peter RoopnarineCurator of Invertebrate Zoology & Geology
California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco.
Apr 28199

Community stability and selective extinction during Earth’s greatest mass extinction


* - Sigma-Xi lecture.  See

** - Kitao Lecture

*** - Dresden Lectures