Colloquia & Events  Fall 2013 
Monday, December 9
Doctoral Dissertation Defense:
“Abstracted PrimalDual Affine Programming”
Tien Chih
University of Montana


Monday, December 2
Colloquium:
"Physics based interpolation techniques"
Jesse Johnson
Department of Computer Science
University of Montana


Monday, November 25
Colloquium:
"Linear Preserver Problems and Algebraic Groups"
Hernando Bermudez
Emory University


Monday, November 18
Colloquium:
"Modeling Cognitive Performance under Sleep Restriction"
Clark Kogan
University of Montana


Monday, October 28
Colloquium:
"Guided Reinvention: The Case for Technology in the Mathematics Education Classroom"
Matt Roscoe
University of Montana


Monday, October 14
Colloquium:
"Largedeviations limits for nonequilibrium Markov processes, path entropies, and applications"
D. Eric Smith
George Mason University


Thursday, October 3
Colloquium:
"Mathematical Modeling and Computational Methods for Breast Tomosynthesis Image Reconstruction"
Jim Nagy
Professor of Mathematics
Dept. of Mathematics and Computer Science
Emory University


Monday, September 23
Colloquium:
"Math for Fun and (Small) Profit:
An Eclectic Tour of Prize Problems in Mathematics"
Katherine St. John
City University of New York


Monday, September 16
Colloquium:
"Son of Dog & Pony Show"
Ke Wu, Math Education
Cory Palmer, C & O
Kelly McKinnie, Algebra
University of Montana


Monday, September 9
Colloquium:
"Dog & Pony Show"
Emily Stone, Applied Math
Jennifer Halfpap, Analysis
Matt Roscoe, Math Ed
Eric Chesebro, Topology
University of Montana

Colloquium schedules from the past 
