Graduate Student Seminar

This page is for information pertinent specifically to the graduate student seminar, which meets on Fridays from noon-1:00 in 456 Snow. Information about other seminars can be found at the department Seminars & Colloquia page.

Fall 2017

Date Presenter Title
12/1/2017 Emma Christensen  
11/17/2017 Jonatan Barreiro Bastos  
11/10/2017 Kevin Marshall  
11/3/2017 John Mangles  
10/27/2017 Ryan Frier Wavelet-Based Acoustic Classification of Bird Species
9/29/2017 Cassidy Krause Remote Image Sensing Classification
9/1/2017 Organizational Meeting

Past Seminars

Spring 2017

Date Presenter Title
4/21/2017 Justin Lyle Categorical Constructions: A Beginner's Guide to Abstract Nonsense
4/14/2017 Nick Oderio An Introduction to Sabermetrics
4/7/2017 Wesley Perkins How to Avoid a Circle of Zero Radius
3/10/2017 Bennet Goeckner What's Up with Up Words?
3/3/2017 Tommy Gebhardt Understanding Ultimate: Numerical Modeling and Optimization
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2/24/2017 Harry Gaebler A Little Bit About Semigroups
2/10/2017 Arturo Jaramillo Gil A Geometric View of Interest Rate Theory
1/20/2017 Organizational Meeting

Fall 2016

Date Presenter Title
11/11/2016 Amanda Wilkens Bernoulli Shifts over Free Groups
11/4/2016 Cassidy Krause Assimilating the Data on Data Assimilation
10/28/2016 Dylan Beck A Glimpse at Paradoxical Decompositions and the Banach-Tarski Paradox
10/21/2016 Ken Duna Fun with Parking Functions and Hyperplane Arrangements
10/14/2016 Satbir Malhi Asymptotic and Polynomial Decay of C_0-Semigroups
9/30/2016 Arturo Jaramillo Gil The Five Natural Notions of Independence
9/23/2016 Deba Raychaudhury An Introduction to Number Theory
9/9/2016 Organizational Meeting

 

Spring 2016

 

Date Presenter Title
4/29/2016 Bhargob Saikia Some Basic Results in Ergodic Theory
4/22/2016 Jayan Mukherjee Grassmannian Variety
4/15/2016 Amanda Wilkens A Geometric and Algebraic Investigation of the Lamplighter Group
4/8/2016 Avary Kolasinski Fun with Matrix Derivatives
4/1/2016 Peter Lewis A Probabilistic Proof of the Weierstrass Approximation Theorem
3/11/2016 Kyle Claassen Irrationality of Pi and Convergence of Series
2/26/2016 Bennet Goeckner Fun with Catalan Numbers
2/12/2016 Ken Duna Infinite Fun with Representations of Finite Groups

 

Fall 2015

 

Date Presenter Title
10/23/2015 Andrew Steyer Asymptotic Stability of Numerical Methods for Solving Initial Value Differential Equations
9/25/2015 Peter Lewis A Fun Probability Problem with Almost No Probability
9/11/2015 Joseph Doolittle Organizational Meeting; Restrictions on the range of the covariances of three Bernoulli variables

 

Spring 2015

 

Date Presenter Title
4/10/2015 Leonard Huang Hilbert's Third Problem and the Dehn Invariant
3/27/2015 John Reynolds Sequences, Filters and Convergence Spaces
3/6/2015 Cody Clifton Introduction to PageRank
2/20/2015 Kevin Adams Kernels and Digraphs
2/6/2015 Billy Sanders Fun with Linear Algebra

 

Fall 2014

 

Date Presenter Title
11/21/2014 Kyle Claassen A Nonrigorous Exploration of Fractional Calculus
11/7/2014 Bennet Goeckner Shelling Simplicial Complexes
10/31/2014 Lucas Chaffee The Basics of the Fourier Transform
10/24/2014 Nitin Aggarwal An Intuitive Introduction to Shieves
10/17/2014 Billy Sanders An Intuitive Introduction to Derived Categories
10/3/2014 Ken Duna An Introduction to Stanley-Reisner Rings and Simplicial Complexes
9/26/2014 Andrew Steyer Numerical Differentiation: Practical and Theoretical Aspects
9/19/2014 John Reynolds Ramsey Theory and Weakly Compact Cardinals
9/5/2014 Organizational meeting

 

Fall 2013

 

Date Presenter Title
11/22/2013 Nicholas Ma Character Classification by Supervised Machine Learning
11/8/2013 Avary Kolasinski Fun with Applications of Math
10/25/2013 Connor Smith The Hausdorff Dimension of the Cantor Set
10/11/2013 Luke Eichelberger Voting Systems and Arrow's Impossibility Theorem
10/4/2013 Bryan Harris Brief intro to Non-Euclidian Geometry
9/13/2013 Ken Duna Toeplicity of Products of Composition Operators and Their Adjoints

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