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Past Events

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8,611 total past events.

Thursday, December 5, 1996

Mathematics Colloquium

Holomorphic Vector Bundles on Riemann Surfaces
Location: Math 501
Presenter: Richard Wentworth, UC Irvine

Graduate Student Colloquium

Location: Math 402
Presenter: Matt Kruse, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona

Tuesday, December 3, 1996

Entry Level Mathematics Colloquium

Distances on the Earth, Sunrise, and Sunset Times; Using Dot Products
Location: Math 501
Presenter: William Martin, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona

Geometry Seminar

The Hitchin System
Location: Math 402
Presenter: Minhyong Kim, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona

PDE Seminar

Gaps in the Spectrum of the Laplacian
Location: Math 402
Presenter: Leonid Friedlander, Department of Mathematics and Program in Applied Mathematics, University of Arizona

Monday, December 2, 1996

Committee Meeting

Undergraduate Committee Meeting
Location: Math 402

Tuesday, November 26, 1996

Entry Level Mathematics Colloquium

Math and Visual Impairments
Location: Math 501
Presenter: Scott Sakamoto, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona

Quantitative Biology Colloquium

Stroke
Location: Econ 200
Presenter: Dr. Bruce M. Coull, Department of Neurology, University of Arizona

Algebra and Number Theory Seminar

Representations of Hecke Algebras
Location: Math 402
Presenter: Sam Evens, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona

Monday, November 25, 1996

Dynamical Systems Seminar

Bifurcation Analysis of Weakly Dissipative Predator-Prey Equations
Location: Math 402
Presenter: Aaron King, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona

Committee Meeting

Undergraduate Committee Meeting
Location: Math 402

Fluids and Mechanics Seminar

Application of Compressible Direct Numerical Simulations for Nearly Incompressible Wake Flows
Location: Econ 200
Presenter: Dietmar Tourbier, AME Department, University of Arizona

Friday, November 22, 1996

Mathematics Colloquium

Equivariant Cohomology, Koszul Duality, and the Localization Theorem
Presenter: Mark Goresky, Institute for Advanced Study

SWIG Seminar

Matlab & IDL: An Introduction/Showcase
Location: Math 224
Presenter: Anu Rao, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona

Thursday, November 21, 1996

Mathematics Colloquium

Topology and Arthur's Trace Formula
Location: Math 501
Presenter: Mark Goresky, Institute for Advanced Study

Undergraduate Meeting

Careers in Mathematics
Location: Math 203
Presenter: Dan Kester, Career Services, University of Arizona

Modeling and Computation Seminar

Circuit Simulation in Microelectronics
Location: Econ 200
Presenter: Olgierd A. Palusinski, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Arizona

Wednesday, November 20, 1996

Mathematical Physics and Probability Seminar

A Representation for the Renormalized Ising Hamiltonian at Low Temperature Using Majority Rule
Location: Math 402
Presenter: Karl Haller, Program in Applied Mathematics, University of Arizona

Tuesday, November 19, 1996

Entry Level Mathematics Colloquium

The Symmetry of Frieze Patterns in Mayan Architecture
Location: Math 501
Presenter: Helmut Groemer, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona

Geometry Seminar

The Hitchin System
Location: Math 402
Presenter: Minhyong Kim, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona

Quantitative Biology Colloquium

Mass Transport Through Artery Walls
Location: Econ 200
Presenter: Drs. Ann L. Baldwin and T. W. Secomb, Department of Physiology, University of Arizona

Algebra and Number Theory Seminar

The Selmer Group of an Elliptic Curve
Location: Math 402
Presenter: Cheryl Delorme, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona

PDE Seminar

Singular Limits of Amplitude and Phase Equations (Part 2)
Location: Math 402
Presenter: Nick Ercolani, Mathematics and Program in Applied Mathematics, University of Arizona

Monday, November 18, 1996

Dynamical Systems Seminar

The Melnikov Vector as an Estimate for Exponentially Small Splitting of Homoclinic Manifolds
Location: Math 402
Presenter: Alain Goriely, Program in Applied Mathematics, University of Arizona
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