SUM Series Fall 2019

The SUM Series features informal talks on mathematical topics. The talks are held Thursdays from 4:30 to 5:20 in SAS 2102.

You will have a few minutes to help yourself to pizza before the talk.

DateTimeSpeakerTitle (click for abstract)
Sept. 54:30-5:20pmCynthia VinzantSolving Cubics with Paper and Turtles
Sept. 124:30-5:20pmMette OlufsenHow Mathematical Techniques can be used to Better Understand Cardiovascular Dynamics in Health and Disease
Sept. 194:30-5:20pmRicky Liu RSKy Business
Sept. 264:30-5:20pmNathan ReadingRegular Polytopes and Tessellations: why life is more interesting in low dimension
Oct. 3No talkCheck out the Math Department Anniversary Celebration on Saturday!
Oct. 10
No talkHappy Fall Break!
Oct. 174:30-5:20pmMohammad FarazmandExtreme Events in Chaos
Oct. 244:30-5:20pmArvind SaibabaThe Mathematics behind Imaging
Oct. 314:30-5:20pmAndrew van der PoelReductions & Problems which Computers are Slow to Solve
Nov. 74:30-5:20pmJohn NardiniThe Topology of Data
Nov. 144:30-5:20pmTye LidmanHow hard is it to untie a knot?
Nov. 214:30-5:20pmNo talk
Nov. 28No talkHappy Thanksgiving!
Dec. 54:30-6:00pmUndergraduate ResearchersHonors Presentation