Department of Mathematics and Statistics


Spring, 2014

Tuesdays at 4:00 pm in Room 164 of Adel Mathematics Building

Refreshments at 3:45
This Week's Talk

Colloquium Schedule

Title  (click title to see abstract)
January 14 Terence Blows NAU MOOCs and Informatics
January 21 Michael Falk NAU Alexander Invariants of Knots, Links, and Groups
January 28 Roy St. Laurent NAU Asymptotic Power of Friedman’s Test Under General (Local) Alternatives
February 4 Shannon Guerrero, Melissa Beal, and Christopher Lamb NAU A Flipped Classroom Study in MAT 119: Findings and Implications for the Classroom
February 11 no colloquium due to Tobias lecture    
February 18 Jim Swift NAU An Introduction to the Swift-Hohenberg Equation
February 25 Pin Tian Ng NAU (Economics) Stochastic Dominance via Quantile Regression with Applications to Investigate Arbitrage Opportunity and Market Efficiency
March 4 Andrew Lebovitz NAU M.S. student Infinitely Many Proofs
March 11 April Judd NAU Mathematical Thinking Among College-Level Students With Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
March 25 Kirsten Davis NAU M.S. student A cellular quotient of the Temperley-Lieb Algebra of Type D
March 28 Kirk Trigsted (*) University of Idaho 13 Years of Course Redesign at the University of Idaho
April 1 Matt Macauley Clemson University Cyclic Reducibility and Conjugacy in Coxeter Groups
April 8 Shafiu Jibrin NAU An Alternating Projection Algorithm for Dual Feasibility of Semidefinite Programs with Multiple Linear Matrix Inequality Constraints
April 15 Ben Lantz NAU M.S. student Symmetries of Tetravalent Metacirculant Graphs of Type III  
April 22 Brooke Fox NAU M.S. student TBA
April 29

Robert Palais

University of Utah TBA

(*) This colloquium takes place on Friday, 3/28, from 4:15 to 5:00 pm, in AMB 164

Weekly Seminars

Algebra, Combinatorics, Geometry, Topology (ACGT) Seminar

Tuesdays, 11:20 - 12:20 pm, AMB 221

This week: No meeting.

Applied Math Seminar

Thursdays, 12:45 - 1:35 pm, AMB 224

This week: No meeting.

Friday Afternoon Undergraduate Mathematics Seminar (FAMUS)

Fridays, 3:00 – 4:00 pm, AMB 164. (refreshments)

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