Department of Mathematics and Statistics  College of Science and Mathematics

Spring 2021 Colloquia


Colloquia are held on selected Mondays throughout the term, starting at 3:30 PM, via Zoom (unless otherwise noted).

Talks generally last about 40 minutes, with 10 minutes for questions at the end.

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.

Date/Video Link
Speaker
Home Institution
Title (with link to abstract)
Monday, Jan. 25th
Pye Aung
James Madison University - Department of Mathematics and Statistics Homological Dimensions in Commutative Algebra
Monday, Feb. 8th
William Ingham
James Madison University - Department of Physics and Astronomy Johannes Kepler, Planetary Laws, and Special Tiles
Monday, Mar. 1st
Hala Nelson
James Madison University - Department of Mathematics and Statistics Artificial Intelligence: Our AI Agent Only Understands Numbers
Monday, Mar. 22nd
Anderson Norton
Rachel Arnold
Virginia Tech - Department of Mathematics The Cognitive Gap in Mathematical Induction
      Related Research: Facilitating Students' Mastery of Proof by Induction
      Related Research: Mathematical Actions, Mathematical Objects, and Mathematical Induction
Monday, Apr. 5th
Federico Galetto
Cleveland State University - Department of Mathematics and Statistics Jets of Graphs
Monday, Apr. 19th
Prayat Poudel
Centre College - Department of Mathematics Knot Theory for Proteins
Monday, Apr. 26th
Rachel Hosig
Gus Horkan
Natalia Johansen


Shane Daveler

Jake Crim

American Statistical Association: JMU Student Chapter


James Madison University - Department of Mathematics and Statistics

James Madison University - Department of Mathematics and Statistics

Visualizing Covid Racial Disparities in the United States


Fixed Points on the Character Variety of the Punctured Genus 2 Surface

Expository Presentation on the Volume Conjecture

Colloquia Schedules from Previous Terms