# Past Events

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*8,736 total past events.*

## Tuesday, November 5, 1996

### Quantitative Biology Colloquium

Mathematical Modeling of the Microcirculation

**Location:**Bio Sciences West 219

**Presenter:**T. W. Secomb, Department of Physiology, University of Arizona

### PDE Seminar

Diffusive Mesh Relaxation in Ale Finite Element Numerical Simulations

**Location:**Math 402

**Presenter:**Evi Dube, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

## Monday, November 4, 1996

### Dynamical Systems Seminar

New Results on the Falling Balls Model (Part 2)

**Location:**Math 402

**Presenter:**Maciej Wojtkowski, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona

## Friday, November 1, 1996

### Program in Applied Mathematics Colloquium

Symbolic Dynamics and Coding for Data Storage

**Location:**Math 501

**Presenter:**Brian Marcus, IBM Almaden Research Center

### Introduction to Computing

Printing and Processes

**Location:**Math 101

**Presenter:**Jose' Torres, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona

### Program in Applied Mathematics Brown Bag Seminar

How to Set Up Your Own Home Page .. the Basics

**Location:**Math 226

**Presenter:**Anu Rao, Program in Applied Mathematics, University of Arizona

## Thursday, October 31, 1996

### Graduate Student Colloquium

How to Set Up Your Own Home Page .. the Basics

**Location:**Math 226

**Presenter:**Cindy Kaus, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona, and Anu Rao, Program in Applied Mathematics, University of Arizona

### Algebra and Number Theory Seminar

Some Recent Results on the Arithmetic of Genus Two Curves

**Location:**Math 402

**Presenter:**Matt Klassen, Department of Mathematics, Pacific Lutheran University

## Wednesday, October 30, 1996

### Mathematical Physics and Probability Seminar

Two Variational Problems for Lattice Gauge Fields

**Location:**Math 402

**Presenter:**Oliver Knill, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona

## Tuesday, October 29, 1996

### Entry Level Mathematics Colloquium

Reform Calculus Meets Statistics: Discovering the Normal Distribution

**Location:**Math 501

**Presenter:**Richard B. Thompson, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona

### Geometry Seminar

Glueing Formula for Analytic Torsion

**Location:**Math 402

**Presenter:**Leonid Friedlander, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona

### PDE Seminar

An Age-Structured Model of Insect Population Dynamics

**Location:**Math 402

**Presenter:**Shandelle Henson, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona

## Monday, October 28, 1996

### Dynamical Systems Seminar

Hyperbolic Dynamics and Applications to Nonequilibrium Statistical Mechanics - Rutgers, October 13-14, 1996

**Location:**Math 402

**Presenter:**Gregory Eyink and Marek Rychlik, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona

### Fluids and Mechanics Seminar

Turbulence Fluctuations, Variational Principles, and Realizability Conditions in Modelling (Part 2)

**Location:**Econ 200

**Presenter:**Gregory L. Eyink, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona

## Friday, October 25, 1996

### Program in Applied Mathematics Colloquium

Regularity in Hydrodynamics of an Ideal Incompressible Fluid

**Location:**Math 501

**Presenter:**Misha Vishik, Department of Mathematics, University of Texas at Austin

### SWIG Seminar

Does Animation Have You in Knots?

**Location:**Math 101

**Presenter:**Mark Hays, Cindy Kaus, and Anu Rao, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona

### Program in Applied Mathematics Brown Bag Seminar

Resonantly Interacting Nonlinear Hyperbolic Waves

**Location:**Math 402

**Presenter:**Matt Kruse, Program in Applied Mathematics, University of Arizona

## Thursday, October 24, 1996

### Mathematics Colloquium

Holomorphic Bundles and Bott Periodicity

**Location:**Math 501

**Presenter:**Ralph Cohen, Stanford University

### Graduate Student Colloquium

Goppa Codes

**Location:**Math 402

**Presenter:**Aaron Ekstrom, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona

## Wednesday, October 23, 1996

### Undergraduate Colloquium

If You Let Us into Your Neighborhood, We'll Take Over! Queen Development Time as a Factor in the Africanization of the Honey Bee

**Location:**Math 402

**Presenter:**Joseph Watkins, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona, and UA undergraduate Mark Templin