SJSU Math/Stats Colloquium, Spring 2022-2023

Department of Mathematics and Statistics

San José State University

Unless otherwise indicated, on colloquium days (Wednesdays unless otherwise noted):

Date Speaker Title (click links for abstracts) Location
Wed Feb 15 SPECIAL EVENT Math/Stats Career Day MH320
Wed Feb 22 Nicholas Cazet, UC Davis Stable Irreducibility via the Symmetric Quandle Cocycle Invariant MH320
Wed Mar 01 Manisha Desai, Stanford Univ. Data Science in Practice MH320
Wed Mar 08 Maggie Miller, Stanford Univ. Seifert surfaces in 3- and 4-dimensional space MH320
Wed Mar 15 Nicolette Meshkat, Santa Clara Univ. Identifiability and Indistinguishability of Linear Compartmental Models MH320
Wed Mar 22
Wed Apr 05 Ric Wade, Oxford Univ. Free groups, automorphisms, and commensurations MH320
Wed Apr 12 Henry Boateng, SFSU Rudimentary Facial Recognition with Linear Algebra MH320
Wed Apr 19 Edgar Bering, Marion Campisi, Liam Stanton Math/Stats Department faculty research showcase MH320
Wed Apr 26 Antonio Punzo, University of Catania Clustering based on the multivariate contaminated normal distribution MH320
Wed May 03 Victoria Noquez, St. Mary's College of CA (Moraga) Fractals and Category Theory MH320
Wed May 10 Alan Chang, Princeton Univ. The Kakeya needle problem MH320

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