Mathematics & Statistics Seminars
Northern Arizona University

Fall 2019 Department Colloquium

The NAU Department of Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium takes place on Tuesdays at 4:00-5:00 pm in Room 164 of the Adel Mathematics Building. Refreshments are available from 3:45pm in the same room.

Titles and abstracts uploaded as available. Schedule subject to change.

Title  (click title to see abstract)
September 3 no meeting
September 10 Michael Falk NAU Arrangements, hypergraphs, and polymatroids, GAGs, and other stories (sabbatical report)
September 17 Derek Sonderegger NAU Three sabbatical pathogen projects
September 24 Bertrand Cambou NAU (SICCS) Statistical analysis of the response-based cryptography
October 1 Angie Hodge NAU The Use and Misuse of Worksheets in the Mathematics Classroom
October 8 John Neuberger NAU Tricomi's Equation
October 15 Alessandra Graf University of Waterloo Algorithmic Applications of Efficiently Finding Independent Transversals
October 22 John Hagood NAU (emeritus) Relieving Banach-Tarski Anxiety. What could go wrong?
October 29 Robert Buscaglia NAU Introduction to Functional Data Analysis: Applications in R
November 5 Ye Chen NAU Hued coloring on graphs without certain minors
November 12 Michael Falk NAU Resonance varieties and Dilworth truncations
November 19 Derek Sonderegger NAU Measuring Hospital Acquired Infection Rates Under Incomplete Sampling
November 26 Tolga Yalçin NAU (SICCS) Involutive S-Boxes over GF((23)n) for n in {2,3,4}
December 3 Jeff Hovermill NAU Jeff Hovermill’s Sabbatical Talk