Mathematics & Statistics Seminars
Northern Arizona University

Fall 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)
September 11 Bahattin Yildiz NAU p-ary local Frobenius rings, their homogeneous weights and a class of Griesmer-optimal codes.
September 18 Jin Wang NAU Sabbatical Report
Thursday, September 27 Mark Meyer Georgetown University Examining Rhesus Macaques Computer-usage using Functional Regression Models. Dr. Meyer will also give an intro to Bayesian Statistics to the Linguistics Department on Friday at 10:10.
October 2 Toby Hocking NAU, SICCS Why does functional pruning yield such fast algorithms for optimal changepoint detection?
October 9 Krishna Subedi NAU Positivity of truncated Toeplitz operators via Berezin transform on certain model subspaces of the Hardy space
October 16 Natalie Coston NAU Alum, new PhD Outliers in the Spectrum of Products of Independent Random Matrices
October 23 Robert McCulloch ASU Multidimensional Monotonicity Discovery with mBART
October 30 Angie Hodge et al. NAU The NAU/CCC Noyce Ambassador Program
November 6 Amirhossein Arzani NAU Mechanical Engineering Mathematical Modeling of Blood Flow: Numerical Analysis and Dynamical Systems
November 13 Robert Buscaglia NAU Data Science in Action: Connecting Biochemistry and Statistics
November 20 Barbara Boschmans NAU A Sabbatical Analyzing LMC Data and Improving LMC Success Rates for First Generation Students
November 27 Ye Chen NAU Inferring Microbial Co-occurrence Network from 16s rRNA-seq Data
December 5 Brian Beaudrie NAU A Tale of Two Sabbaticals