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Colloquium:  Fall 2014


(Tentative Schedule)

Time & location: All talks are on Thursday in Gibson 310 at 3:30pm unless otherwise noted. Refreshments in Gibson 426 after the talk.
Comments indicating vacations, special lectures, or change in location or time are made in green.

Organizer: Mahir Can

August 28

Sagbi Bases with Applications to Commutative Algebra


Tim Röemer
UniversitÄt OsnabrÜck

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September 4

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September 11

Modelling of Pilot Wave-Droplet Coupling in a Faraday Problem


Paul Milewski
university of bath, uk

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Location:  Gibson 126A


Time:  3:00 PM


September 18

Properties and Applications of Apery-Like Numbers


Armin Straub
university of illinois at urbana-champaign

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September 25

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Abstract: TBA



October 2

Regularization Model for Incompressible Flow Simulation


Leo Rebholz
clemson university

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October 16

Graphs, Medial Links and Growth of Spanning Trees


Susan Williams
university of south alabama (Host: Rafal Komendarczyk)

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October 23

Torus Actions, Combinatorics and the Singularities of Schubert Varieties


Bill Graham
University of georgia

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October 30

Joint Mathematics-Biomedical Engineering Colloquium


James Sneyd
University of auckland, nz  (Host: Lisa Fauci)
2014 American Math Society - New Zealand Math Society Maclaurin Lecturer

AbstractNeither an ant nor a spider be:  historical vignettes in mathematical physilology

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Location:  Qatar Room, LBC

Time:  3:30 PM



November 6

Number theory and Random Matrix Theory


Michael Rubinstein
university of Waterloo (Host: victor moll)

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November 13

Normal Polytopes


Joseph Gubeladze
San Francisco State University

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November 20

An Introduction to Dessins d'Enfants: The Intersection of Graph Theory, Group Theory, and Differential Geometry


Edray Goins
Purdue University (Host: Victor Moll)

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