SJSU Math/Stats Online Colloquium, Fall 2021-2022

Department of Mathematics and Statistics

San José State University

All colloquia will be held via Zoom unless otherwise indicated; please email for Zoom link (different every week).

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

Date Speaker Title (click links for abstracts)
Wed Sep 15 SPECIAL EVENT Welcome to the major in math/stats at SJSU
Wed Sep 22 SPECIAL EVENT Graduate school workshop
Wed Sep 29 Roy Araiza, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign From Correlation Sets to Tensor Products of C*-algebras: The Connes-Kirchberg Problem (slides)
Wed Oct 06 Faculty Research Showcase Featuring: Marion Campisi, Jesse Geneson, Kyle Hambrook, Liam Stanton
Wed Oct 13 Cristina Tortora, SJSU Finding homogeneous groups within data using cluster analysis; LIVE in CLARK 111 and streamed simultaneously
Wed Oct 20 Jordan Schettler, SJSU Generalizations of the Erdös-Mirsky Conjecture on Values of the Divisor Function
Wed Oct 27 Marion Campisi, SJSU Vertex Distortion of Lattice Knots
Wed Nov 03 Quynh-Anh Nguyen, Univ. of Indianapolis Intermittent Synchronization in Gamma Rhythm
Wed Nov 10 Tahir Issa, SJSU Toward an Automated Radiology Exam Protocol Selection
Wed Nov 17 Derek Smith, Lafayette College Short Paths in Generalizations of the Sierpiński Carpet
Wed Dec 01

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