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Past Events

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8,662 total past events.

Friday, February 27, 1998

Program in Applied Mathematics Brown Bag Seminar

Iterated Function Systems and Fractal Image Compression
Location: Math 402
Presenter: John S. Costello, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona

Thursday, February 26, 1998

Mathematics Colloquium

The Irreducibility of Some Classical Polynomials
Location: Math 501
Presenter: Michael Filaseta, USC

Quantitative Biology Colloquium

Mathematical and Biology Issues in Extinction Prediction
Location: Econ 200
Presenter: Aaron King, Program in Applied Mathematics, Wade Leitner, Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Brian McGill, Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, and Jay Taylor, Program in Applied Mathematics, University of Arizona

Modeling and Computation Seminar

Designing Algorithms for Stochastic Programs
Location: Econ 200
Presenter: Julie Higle, Systems and Industrial Engineering, University of Arizona

Presentation

Introduction to Mathematical Issues in Finance (Part II)
Location: Math 320
Presenter: Slawek Tomaszewski, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona

Wednesday, February 25, 1998

Dynamics in Populations Seminar

Modeling Bacterial Populations with Individual Models
Location: Econ 200
Presenter: Kevin Anderson, Program in Applied Mathematics, University of Arizona

Mathematical Physics and Probability Seminar

An Introduction to Percolation and Potts Models
Location: Math 402
Presenter: Jan Wehr, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona

Graduate Student Colloquium

The Classification Problem in Surfaces
Location: Math 402
Presenter: Seog Young Kim, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona

Tuesday, February 24, 1998

Mathematics Instruction Colloquium

An Introduction to Voronoi Diagrams and Delaunay Triangulations
Location: Math 501
Presenter: Kate McGivney, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona

Geometry Seminar

Moduli Spaces of Flat Connections and Fusion
Location: Math 402
Presenter: Chris Woodward, Harvard University

Faculty Meeting

Location: Math 501

Algebra and Number Theory Seminar

Continued Fractions and Their Convergence
Location: Math 402
Presenter: Mourad Ismail, University of South Florida

PDE Seminar

Quintic KdV and BBM Equations
Location: Econ 200
Presenter: James (Mac) Hyman, Los Alamos National Laboratory

Monday, February 23, 1998

SWRIMS Event

Location: Math 401

Fluids and Mechanics Seminar

Simulations, Fisher Information, and Pressure Fluctuations in Convection and Mechanically Driven Turbulence
Location: Econ 200
Presenter: Professor W. J. Cocke, Steward Observatory, University of Arizona

Special Colloquium

Symplectic Quotients and Moduli Spaces of Flat Connections
Location: Math 402
Presenter: Chris Woodward, Harvard University

Friday, February 20, 1998

Program in Applied Mathematics Colloquium

Interacting Particle Systems and a Stochastic Burgers' Equation
Location: Math 501
Presenter: Robert J. Adler, Faculty of Industrial Engineering & Management Technion, Israel and Department of Statistics, University of North Carolina

Seminar

Cosmology in 3-Dimensional Time
Location: Math 402
Presenter: Dr. W. G. Tifft, Department of Astronomy, University of Arizona

Special Colloquium

Graphing Calculators, Parametric Equations, and Bezier Curves; Some Basics Behind Laser Printer Symbols
Location: Math 402
Presenter: Roger Ahders, Oregon State University, a candidate for a teaching post-doc position

SWIG Seminar

Home Computing Systems, Part II: How to Blow Up Your New Computer...and Watch in Style
Location: Math 102
Presenter: This week, we will continue with our series of talks on PC hardware and software (specifically Windows-95 and Red Hat Linux). Bob (Sparky) Condon and Mark (Boom Boom) Hays, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona

Thursday, February 19, 1998

Mathematics Colloquium

Small Divisors in PDE and Other Places
Location: Math 501
Presenter: Walter Craig, Brown University

Quantitative Biology Colloquium

Markov Matrix Approaches to Extinction Prediction
Location: Econ 200
Presenter: Michael Gilpin, University of California, San Diego

Logic and Computer Science Colloquium

Intuitionistic Logic and Alternative Universes of Set Theory
Location: Econ 305
Presenter: Bill Faris, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona

Modeling and Computation Seminar

An Overview of Stochastic Optimization Models and Algorithms
Location: Econ 200
Presenter: Suvrajeet Sen, Department of Systems & Industrial Engineering, Program in Applied Mathematics, University of Arizona

Wednesday, February 18, 1998

Dynamics in Populations Seminar

Game Theory and Coevolution: Evolution and Application to Mutualisms
Location: Econ 200
Presenter: Brian McGill, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Arizona
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