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Colloquium talks will be held in the Katharine Reed Cudahy Building, Room 401 on the Marquette University campus. Please address inquiries/suggestions to Dr. Hamilton.

Colloquium dates and speakers for Spring 2017 - Unless specified, the talks will begin at 3:30pm CT in Room 401 at Cudahy Hall.

 


January 26th at 3:30 - Dr. Ryan Croke, Chefsteps, Mathematics: It's What's for Diner

February 2nd at 3:30 - Dr. Wim Ruitenburg, MSCS, Marquette University, We and the 2016 Putnam Math Competition

February 9th at 3:30 - Pete Sparks, MSCS, Marquette University, The Double n-Space Property for Contractible n-Manifolds

February 23rd at 3:30 - Dr. Dennis Brylow, MSCS, Marquette University, Priming the CS Pump: Structure of a State-Wide Push for K-12 Computer Science Education

March 3rd at 1:00 - Dr. Lori Ziegelmeier, MSCS, Macalester College, Measuring the Shape of Data with Topology

March 9th at 3:30 - Dr. Sarah Hamilton, MSCS, Marquette University, Improving Image Quality for Practical Electrical Impedance Tomography Imaging with Direct D-bar Methods

March 20th at 1:00- Dr. Paul Bankston, Emeritus MSCS, Marquette University, The hunting of the pseudo-arc

March 23rd at 3:30 - Dr. John Kornak, Department of Epidemiology & Biostatistics, University of California - San Francisco, Bayesian image analysis in Fourier space

March 30th at 3:30 - Dr. Moo K. Chung, Department of Biostatistics and Medical Informatics, UW-Madison, From computational Neuroanatomy to Computational Topology

April 6th at 3:30 - Dr. Mariya Soskova, Department of Mathematical Logic and Applications, UW-Madison, Logic and Degrees

April 20th at 3:30 - Dr. Benjamin Black, Department of Earth & Atmospheric Science, City University of New York, To see a world in a grain of ash:bridging >10 orders of magnitude in space and time to understand the consequences of volcanism

April 28th at 1:30 - Dr. Erikki Somersalo, Department of Mathematics, Applied Mathematics and Statistics, Case Western Reserve University

 


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Summer Research Experience

The Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science hosts a Summer Research Experience (REU) for Undergraduates. This program provides undergraduates with an intensive, faculty-mentored, summer research experience in the areas of applied mathematics, high-performance computing, statistics, ubiquitous systems and mathematics education. Learn more