Department of Mathematical Sciences
Colloquia & Events - Spring 2012
Friday, May 11, 10am
Colloquium:
"Surjective isometries between function spaces"
Professor Takeshi Miura
Yamagarta University, Japan
Thursday, May 10, 10am
Colloquium:
"Isometries on groups and its applications"
Professor Osamu Hatori
Niigata University, Japan
Wednesday, May 9
Dissertation Defense:
"Nontraditional Positional Games: New methods and boards for playing Tic-Tac-Toe."
Mary J. Riegel
University of Montana
10:10 am, Math 108
Monday, May 7
Colloquium:
"Analysis of a Competing Yeast Model in Continuous Environments"
Nick McClure
University of Montana
Tuesday, May 1
Dissertation Defense:
"Inference for High-Dimensional Doubly Multivariate Data under General Conditions"
John Hossler
University of Montana
Monday, April 30
Colloquium:
John Hossler
"High-Dimensional Inferential Procedures under General Conditions"
University of Montana
Thursday, April 26
Dissertation Defense:
"A Theoretical Development and Simulation-Based Comparison of Four Parameter Estimation Methods for the Spatio-Temporal Autologistic Model with Emphasis on Maximum Generalized and Block Generalized Pseudolikelihood"
Jordan Purdy
University of Montana
Monday, April 23
Colloquium:
Jordan Purdy
"Understanding the Autologistic Model"
University of Montana
Monday, April 16
Colloquium:
"Nontraditional Positional Games: New methods and boards for playing Tic-Tac-Toe"
Mary Riegel
University of Montana
Monday, March 26
Colloquium:
"A mathematical model of human sleep and insomnia"
Michael Rempe
Whitworth University
Monday, March 19
Colloquium:
"Optimization of Bayesian Data Reduction Algorithm within Parallel Processing Environment for Real-Time Analytics on Extreme Data Volumes: A Cast Study."
Alex Philp, Ph.D.
Founder and CTO, TerraEchos, Inc.
Monday, March 12
postponed until fall
Colloquium:
"Is Creativity a Tautological Construct?"
Bharath Sriraman
University of Montana
Thursday, March 1
Colloquium:
"Co-examining the Development of Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching and Conceptions About Mathematics Teaching and Learning"
Rachael Welder
Hunter College
Thursday, February 23
Colloquium:
Teaching Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching
Matt Roscoe
University of Wisconsin
Monday, February 13
Colloquium:
"New Proofs of Old Geometry Theorems"
Bill Derrick
University of Montana
Monday, February 6
Colloquium:
"A Novel Approach to Automated Algorithm Design"
Frank Stomp
Salish Kootenai College
Colloquium schedules from the past:
Fall 2011
Spring 2011 | Fall 2010 | Spring 2010 | Fall 2009 | Spring 2009 | Fall 2008 | Spring 2008
Fall 2007 | Spring 2007 | Fall 2006 | Spring 2006 | Fall 2005 | Spring 2005 | Fall 2004
Spring 2004 | Fall 2003 | Spring 2003 | Fall 2002 | Spring 2002 | Fall 2001 | Spring 2001
Fall 2000 | Spring 2000 | Fall 1999 | Spring 1999 | Fall 1998 | Spring 1998 | Fall 1997
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