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Events This Week




Week of October 13 - October 17, 2014
Monday, October 13

Computer Science Colloquium

Jeannette Wing - Microsoft Research

Abstract:  Computational Thinking

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Location:  Freeman Auditorium in the Woldenberg Art Center

Time:  3:00 PM


Tuesday, October 14

Probability and Statistics Seminar

Speaker - Hui Li and Kui Zhang - Tulane University

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Location:  Gibson 308

Time:  1:00 PM


Wednesday, October 15

Topology, Foundations and Computer Science

Will Brian - Tulane University

Abstract: Van der Waerden's Theorem

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Location:  Gibson 325

Time:  4:30 PM


Thursday, October 16

Geometry and Topology Seminar

Daniel Silver - University of South Alabama

Abstract:  Algebraic Dynamics of Knots and Links

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Location:  Gibson 400D

Time:  1:00 PM


Thursday, October 16

Algebra and Combinatorics Seminar

Tai Ha - Tulane University

Abstract:  Algebraic Invariants of Fiber Products

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Location:  Gibson 400D

Time:  2:00 PM


Thursday, October 16

Colloquium

Susan Williams - University of South Alabama (Host: Rafal Komendarczyk)

Abstract:  Graphs, Medial Links and Growth of Spanning Trees

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Location:  Gibson 310

Time:  3:30 PM


Friday, October 17

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Abstract:  TBA

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Week of October 20 - October 24, 2014
Monday, October 20

Computer Science Colloquium

A. W. Roscoe - University of Oxford

Abstract: FDR into the Cloud

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Location:  Stanley Thomas 302

Time:  3:00 PM


Tuesday, October 21

Geometry and Topology Seminar

Andreas Michaelides - Tulane University

Abstract:  A Survey of Finite Type Invariants of Links and Knots with a Focus on Higher Linking Numbers

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Location: Gibson 400D

Time: 12:30 PM


Wednesday, October 22

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Abstract:  TBA

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Thursday, October 23

Colloquium

Bill Graham - University of Georgia

Abstract:  Torus Actions, Combinatorics and the Singularites of Schubert Varieties

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Location: Gibson 310

Time: 3:30 PM


Friday, October 24

Applied and Computational Mathematics Seminar

Bruce Krell

Abstract:  Does Life Exist After a Degree in Math?

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Location: Gibson 414

Time: 3:00 PM


Week of October 27 - October 31, 2014

Monday, October 27

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Tuesday, October 28

Geometry and Topology Seminar

Robert Lipshitz - Columbia University

Abstract:  Khovanov Homology and a Homotopical Refinement

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Location:  Gibson 400D

Time:  12:30 PM


Wednesday, October 29

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Abstract:  TBA

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Thursday, October 30

Algebra and Combinatorics Seminar

Mengyao Sun - Tulane University

Abstract:  Squarefree Monomial Ideals that Fail the Persistence Property and Non-Increasing Depth

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Location:  Gibson 400D

Time:  2:00 PM


Thursday, October 30

Joint Mathematics-Biomedical Engineering Colloquium

James Sneyd, University of Auckland

2014 American Math Society - New Zealand Math Society Maclaurin Lecturer

Abstract:  Neither an ant nor a spider be: historical vignettes in mathematical physiology

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Location:  Qatar Room, LBC

Time:  3:30 PM


Friday, October 31

Applied and Computational Mathematics Seminar

James Sneyd - University of Auckland

Abstract:  The Dynamics of Calcium: Oscillations and Waves, Experiments and Theory

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Location: Gibson 414

Time:  3:00 PM


Week of November 3 - November 7, 2014


Monday, November 3

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Abstract:  TBA

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Tuesday, November 4

Geometry and Topology Seminar

Mike Kelly - Loyola University

Abstract:  TBA

Location: Gibson 400D

Time: 12:30 PM


Wednesday, November 5

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Abstract:  TBA

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Thursday, November 6

Algebra and Combinatorics Seminar

Selvi Beyarslan - Tulane University

Abstract:  Regularities of Powers of Edge Ideals

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Location: Gibson 400D

Time: 2:00 PM


Thursday, November 6

Colloquium

Michael Rubinstein - University of Waterloo

Abstract: Number Theory and Random Matrix Theory

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Location: Gibson 310

Time: 3:30 PM


Friday, November 7

Applied and Computational Mathematics Seminar

Kyle Hickman - Los Alamos National Laboratory

Abstract:  Forecasting the Solar Photosphere's Magnetic Flux

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Location: Gibson 414

Time: 3:00 PM


Mathematics Department, 424 Gibson Hall, New Orleans, LA 70118 504-865-5727 math@math.tulane.edu