Mathematics & Statistics Seminars
Northern Arizona University

Spring 2018 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)
January 16 Marco Lopez University of North Texas Hausdorff dimension of shrinking-target sets: Fractal geometry and dynamical systems.
January 23 Sudipta Mallik NAU The Matrix tree Theorem and beyond
January 30 Michael Falk NAU The topology of complex hyperplane arrangements
February 6 Matthew Reyna Princeton University From differential equations to computational biology: mathematical models and methods
February 13 Nandor Sieben NAU Impartial Avoidance and Achievement Games in Closure Systems
February 20 Steve Wilson NAU Walecki tournaments
February 27 Bahattin Yildiz NAU A new approach to codes: centralizer, twisted centralizer and general linear transformation codes
March 6 Charles Katerba University of Montana Searching for closed surfaces in knot complements
March 13 Noah Aydin NAU The legacy of Islamic science and math: Why does it matter in the 21st century?
March 15+ Zachary Parker University of Vermont On the maximum cardinality of braid classes
March 20 Spring Break
March 27 no meeting
April 3 Ye Chen Northern Arizona University On r-hued colorings of graphs
April 10 Michael Falk Northern Arizona University Higher resonance in the braid arrangement
April 17 TBD
April 24 Evelyn Lamb (Honors Day Lecture) University of Utah Visualizing hyperbolic geometry
April 26 Emanuele Delucchi+ University of Fribourg

special Thursday colloquium, 4:00-5:00 in Room 164.


3:00 - 4:00 pm, Room TBA