Mathematics colloquium schedule
Fall 2018 colloquia
Colloquium talks this fall will be held in FLN 2.02.02 Fridays 4:00–5:00pm.
- Friday 12 October
Yannick Sire (Johns Hopkins University).
Nonlocal problems: from physics to geometry.
- Friday 26 October
Rebecca Dibbs (Texas A&M University at Commerce)
Patching the pipeline: Increasing the flow of STEM majors.
- Friday 2 November
E. Cabral Balreira (Trinity University)
Geometric methods for global stability and monotonicity.
- Friday 16 November
Milos Savic (University of Oklahoma)
Fostering Mathematical Creativity in a Classroom and its Effects.
- Friday 30 November
James Hiebert (University of Delaware)
Designing Systems for Continuously Improving University Mathematics Courses
- Friday 7 December
Michael Hott (UT Austin)
A simple recipe for deriving the Hartree equation
- Friday 8 March 2019
Marcelo Disconzi (Vanderbilt University)