Department of Mathematics and Statistics  College of Science and Mathematics

Spring 2019 Colloquia

Colloquia are held on selected Mondays throughout the term starting at 3:50 PM in Roop 103 (unless otherwise noted).
Talks generally last about 50 minutes, with 10 minutes for questions at the end.
Refreshments will be served beginning at 3:30 PM, also in Roop 103.

Students, faculty, staff, and the mathematical public are all cordially invited to attend.

Speakers, titles, and abstracts are updated throughout the semester as details become available.

Home Institution
Title (with link to abstract and bio)
Jan 14
Amy Buchmann University of San Diego Fluid Mechanics at the Microscale
Feb 4
Paul Humke St. Olaf College
Washington & Lee University
A Taste of Filling Space
Feb 11
James Sochacki James Madison University Science and Mathematics Learning
Feb 25
Darren Glass Gettysburg College Arithmetical Structures on Graphs
Mar 11
Stephen Lucas James Madison University Crazy Bases: Fractions and Twoandthree
Mar 18
Math 470 Students James Madison University Math Escape Rooms
Mar 25
Nusrat Jahan James Madison University Integrating Functional Genomic Data with Machine
Learning Approach for Phenotype Classification
Apr 1
Chris Franck Virginia Tech Assessing the Sensitivities of p-values and Bayes
Factors for Hypothesis Testing and Model Selection
Apr 8
Ihsan A. Topaloglu Virginia Commonwealth University Nonlocal Geometric Variational Problems:
From Liquid Drops to Swarms
Apr 15
Evelyn Lunasin U.S. Naval Academy Methods for Prediction and Control of Complex Systems
Apr 22
Tyler Hain
Sean Gholson
Sarah Szvetecz
James Madison University
current students
Student Research Presentations

Colloquia Schedules from Previous Terms
Pictures from Student Colloquia