Creativity in Math and Science Seminar

Seminars

Department Colloquia
roughly every other Monday during the semester in Science Hall room 102, the Sokol Room
3pm to 4pm (tea time starting at 2:30pm).
Math Education Seminar
Wednesdays (as scheduled during the semester)
3:45pm to 5pm, RI-TBD
Physics & Math Club
meetings on Wednesdays (with seminars as scheduled during the semester)
4pm-5pm, RI-261
Astronomy Club
second Wednesday of the month
8pm-9pm (every month including summer)
CELS 110 (preceded by dinner at the Red Hawk Diner at 6:30pm).

Upcoming Seminars

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Past Seminars

Spring 2018 Semester

Mon April 30 at 3:00 PM in Science Hall room 102, the Sokol Room, Department Colloquium
Richard Moore, NJIT
Efficient sampling of stochastic nonlinear wave equations using low-dimensional reductions

Mon April 23 at 3:00 PM in Science Hall room 102 the Sokol Room, Department Colloquium
Ceire Monahan, Mika Munakata, and Ashwin Vaidya, Montclair State University
Creativity in Mathematics

Mon April 9 at 3:00 PM in Science Hall room 102, the Sokol Room, Department Colloquium
Garrett Nieddu, Montclair State University
Rare Events in Stochastic Population Models

Mon March 26 at 3:00 PM in Science Hall room 102 the Sokol Room, Department Colloquium
Frank Morgan, Williams College
The Isoperimetric Problem with Density

Mon March 12 at 3:00 PM in Science Hall room 102, the Sokol Room, Department Colloquium
Pawel Pralat, Ryerson University
Graph Searching Games and Probabilistic Methods

Mon February 26 at 3:00 PM in Science Hall room 102 the Sokol Room, Department Colloquium
Deepak Bal, Montclair State University
Monochromatic Structures in Edge-Colored Random Graphs

Thu January 25 at 11:00 AM in CELS 207, Department Seminar
Judith Miller, Georgetown University
Models of adaptive evolution in spatial population dynamics

Fri January 26 at 11:00 AM in CELS 225, Department Seminar
Francis Motta, Duke University
Topological Data Analysis: Applications and Directions

Mon January 29 at 11:00 AM in CELS 207, Department Seminar
Bong Jae Chung, George Mason University
Computational Fluid Dynamics of Cerebral Aneurysms

Fri February 2 at 11:00 AM in CELS 110, Department Seminar
Elsa Hansen, Penn State University
Optimal Management of Drug Resistance

Fall 2017 Semester

Mon September 11 2017 at 3:00 PM in Science Hall room 102 the Sokol Room, Department Colloquium
Youngna Choi, Montclair State University
Tracking Financial Instability Contagion: modeling and data calibration

Mon September 25 2017 at 3:00 PM in Science Hall room 102 the Sokol Room, Department Colloquium
Tim Reluga, Penn State University
Episodes in the American History of Applied Mathematics

Mon October 9 2017 at 3:00 PM in Science Hall room 102 the Sokol Room, Department Colloquium
Dmitri Vainchtein, Nyheim Plasma Institute, Drexel University
Resonance Phenomena: a Tool for Mixing, a Tool for Control

Mon October 23 2017 at 3:00 PM in Science Hall room 102 the Sokol Room, Department Colloquium
Haiying Wang, China University of Geosciences
Minimum Degree of Certain Integral Sum Graphs

Mon November 6 2017 at 3:00 PM in Science Hall room 102 the Sokol Room, Department Colloquium
Antai Wang, NJIT
The identifiability of dependent competing risks models induced by bivariate frailty models

Mon November 13 2017 at 3:00 PM in Science Hall room 102 the Sokol Room, Department Colloquium
Elaine Spiller, Marquette University
Short-term probabilistic hazard mapping — forecasting catastrophe without stationary assumptions

Mon December 4 at 3:00 PM in Science Hall room 102 the Sokol Room, Department Colloquium
Madhavi Vishnubhotla and Debasmita Basu, Montclair State University
Counting Square Units Is Not Enough: Exploring Area Dynamically

Mon December 4 at 3:30 PM in Science Hall room 102 the Sokol Room, Department Colloquium
Megan Roeder, Tory Bonaccorso, and Gurkan Kose, Montclair State
Collaboration Through Lesson Planning in a Research Practice Partnership

Mon December 11 at 3:00 PM in Science Hall room 102 the Sokol Room, Department Colloquium
Nicholas Kass, University of Nebraska
Strongly damped wave equations of the p-Laplacian type

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