SJSU Math/Stats Colloquium, Fall 2022-2023

Department of Mathematics and Statistics

San José State University

The colloquium is back in person!

Or at least sometimes: Some colloquia will be held in person, and some by Zoom.

Date Speaker Title (click links for abstracts) Location
Wed Aug 24 Judith Garcia, SJSU Career Center An introduction to the SJSU Career Center MH320
Wed Aug 31 SPECIAL EVENT Welcome to the major in math/stats at SJSU MH320
Wed Sep 07 SPECIAL EVENT Graduate school workshop MH320
Wed Sep 14 Edgar Bering, SJSU The Algebra and Geometry of Symmetries MH320
Wed Sep 21
Wed Sep 28 Shane Mayor, Chico State Measuring the vector wind field near the surface of the earth Zoom
Wed Oct 05 Mike Hartglass, Santa Clara Univ. An introduction to free probability MH320
Wed Oct 12 Ornella Mattei, SFSU The mathematics of rainbows MH320
Wed Oct 19 Emily Clader, SFSU Why Twelve Tones? The Mathematics of Musical Tuning Zoom
Wed Oct 26 Dongwook Lee, UC Santa Cruz Enhancing numerical methods and their applications for predictive sciences MH320
Wed Nov 02 Kasia Jankiewicz, UC Santa Cruz Reflections and Coxeter groups MH320
Wed Nov 09 Richard M. Low, SJSU Constructing Zn-magic Graphs via the Combinatorial Nullstellensatz MH320
Wed Nov 30 Zehang Richard Li, UC Santa Cruz Measuring the hidden burden of disease: cause of death assignment using verbal autopsy MH320

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