Schedule for the Mathematics Graduate Seminar

Fall 2016
Everyone is invited to attend 

The seminar is scheduled from 1:30 - 2:50 on Thursday afternoons. Refreshments are served in the Bruner second floor lounge starting at 1:30. The colloquium/seminar will be in Bruner 306 from 2:00-2:50.

The exact topic for each talk and a brief abstract will (usually) be posted on the Upcoming Talk page during the week in which the talk is scheduled. Abstracts for future talks may be available by clicking on the titles. 




August 25

Michael Allen

An Introduction to LaTeX 

September 1

Rafal Ablamowicz

On Clifford Algebras and related to them finite groups and group algebras

September 8

Brian O’Connor

Continued Fractions

September 15

Michael Allen

An Introduction to the Bootstrap

September 22

Jeff Norden

MATH 1010 for Graduate Students - How to Vote

September 29

Allan Mills

Graph Theory, Matroid Theory and the Greedy Algorithm

October 6 

Michael Allen

Environmental Applications of Statistics

October 13 

David D. Smith

A Quick Tour of the Meaning and Uses of Randomness

October 20 

 Motoya Machida

 I’m a Statistician, why do I need Analysis?

October 27 

 Troy Brachey

An Introduction to Public Key Cryptography: How Simple Math Rules the World

November 3 

 Amy Chambers

Introduction to Graph C*-algebras with Examples

November 10 

 Jared Daniels

Matroids You Have Known

November 17 

 Damian Kubiak


December 1 


Last week of classes / TSSAA Tournament