Mathematics Department

Last updated: 2018/02/22 - 4:21am
Probability Seminar
Jonathon Peterson (Purdue University)
Thursday, February 22 - 3:15 pm
119 Physics

The classical central limit theorem (CLT) states that for sums of a large number of i.i.d. random variables with finite variance, the distribution of the rescaled sum is approximately Gaussian....

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Wolfram Technologies in Education and Research
Troy Schaudt (Wolfram Technologies in Education and Research)
Friday, February 23 - 12:00 pm
119 Physics

I'll be on campus giving a technical seminar on utilizing Mathematica, Wolfram|Alpha, and other Wolfram technologies for teaching and research, and I thought you might be interested in attending...

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Geometry/topology Seminar
Ákos Nagy (Duke University)
Monday, February 26 - 3:15 pm
119 Physics

Yang-Mills theory on Asymptotically Locally Flat (ALF) 4-manifolds has been intensely studied by geometers and physicists since the late 70's. The most important examples are R^3 x S^1, the (multi-)...

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Applied Math And Analysis Seminar
Xiaoqian Xu (Carnegie Mellon University)
Wednesday, February 28 - 12:00 pm
119 Physics

Probability Seminar
Hao Shen (Columbia University)
Thursday, March 1 - 3:15 pm
Physics 119

Applied Math And Analysis Seminar
Zhizhen (Jane) Zhao (UIUC)
Wednesday, March 7 - 12:00 pm
Physics 119

Probability Seminar
Daniel Sanz-Alonso (Brown University)
Thursday, March 8 - 3:15 pm
119 Physics

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Applied Math And Analysis Seminar
Gal Mishne (Yale)
Wednesday, March 14 - 12:00 pm
Gross 330

Geometry/topology Seminar
Adam Saltz (University of Georgia)
Monday, March 19 - 3:15 pm
119 Physics

CNCS Seminar
Eric Corwin (University of Oregon, Physics)
Tuesday, March 20 - 3:00 pm
119 Physics

Active, driven systems as diverse as flocking starlings, swarming bacteria, and vibrating granular beds are by definition non-equilibrium, lacking a well defined thermal temperature that characterizes...

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