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Department of Mathematical Sciences

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Colloquium Schedule

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Spring 2000

**Thursday, May 11, 2000**
*Non-commutative Projective Geometry as a Tool*
by Prof. Michaela Vancliff, Department of Mathematics, The University of
Texas at Arlington

**Thursday, May 4, 2000**
*Exchange of Stability and Singularly Perturbed
Differential Equations* by Prof. Klaus R. Schneider, Weierstrass
Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics, Berlin

**Thursday, April 13, 2000**
*Multi-Parameter Optimization in Plasma Physics*
by Prof. Andrew Ware, Department of Physics and Astronomy, The University
of Montana

**Thursday, April 6, 2000**
*Representations of Bicircular and Transversal
Matroids* by Prof. Nancy Ann Neudauer, Department of Mathematics,
Pacific Lutheran University

**Monday, April 3, 2000**
*Visualization and the Fubini Principle*
by Prof. Roger Nelsen, Department of Mathematics, Lewis and Clark College

**Thursday, March 30, 2000**
*Asymptotics of multivariate sequences*
by Asst. Prof. Mark Wilson, Department of Mathematical Sciences, The University
of Montana

**Thursday, March 16, 2000**
*Models of steady state evolutionary algorithms*
by Prof. Alden Wright, Department of Computer Science, The University of
Montana

**Wednesday, March 15, 2000 at 4:10p.m.**
*Compartmental Models of Biological Fluid Dynamics*
by Dr. Scott Stevens, Department of Mathematics, University of Vermont,
and candidate for the Numerical Analysis position

**Wednesday, March 15, 2000 at 3:10p.m.**
*Operator Spaces and Convolution of Multilinear
Forms* by Prof. Bert Schreiber, Department of Mathematics, Wayne
State University

**Thursday, March 9, 2000**
*Numerical evidence of stationary and breathing
concentration patterns in the Oregonator with equal diffusivities*
by Prof. Richard J. Field, Department of Chemistry, The University
of Montana

**Monday, February 28, 2000**
*Iteration Techniques for Convection Dominated
Flow Problems* by Dr. Jayathi Raghavan, Department of Pure and Applied
Mathematics, Washington State University, and candidate for the Numerical
Analysis position

**Tuesday, February 22, 2000**
*Multicomponent Gas Transport in Fuel Cell Electrodes*
by Dr. John Stockie, Mathematics Department, Simon Fraser University, and
candidate for the Numerical Analysis position

**Thursday, February 10, 2000**
*Information Transformers and the Concept of Informativeness*
by Dr. Peter Golubtsov, Moscow State University

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