Department of Mathematics Colloquium

Below are our colloquium activities for the current academic year.  For colloquium activities for past years, please visit our  Colloquium Archive

Spring 2016

April 21, 2016

4:00pm, Spelman College Science Center, NASA Auditorium

Etta Z. Falconer Lecture

Erica Walker, Columbia University

 

April 14, 2016  

2:30pm, Dansby 308

Mathematics Colloquium

Mohomed Omar, Harvey Mudd College

When Abstract Algebra Meets Graph Theory

 

April 7, 2016

3:45pm, Dansby 308

Mathematics Colloquium, In Recognition of the AMS 2016 Mathematics Awareness Month

Kobi Abayomi

Exploiting Error - Dependency, Heteroscedasticity and Predictive models

 

March 31, 2016

2:30pm, Dansby 308

Mathematics Colloquium

Jamol Pender, Cornell University

Observable vs. Nonobservable Queues 

 

March 17, 2016

2:30pm, Dansby 200

Mathematics Colloquium

Martin Short, Georgia Institute of Technology

Applying Mathematics to Combat Crime

 

March 3, 2016

2:30pm, Dansby 308

Mathematics Colloquium

Christina Frederick, Georgia Institute of Technology

Nyquist-Shannon sampling theorem and its applications

 

February 25, 2016

2:30pm, Dansby 308

Mathematics Colloquium

Caleb Ashley, Morehouse College

Gearing Up : Algorithms for Discreteness

 

 

 

Fall 2015

 

November 12, 2015

2:30pm Dansby Hall, Room 308

Mathematics Colloquium

Christooher Jett, University of West Georgia

Morehouse Mathematics: A Qualitative Study of the Class of 2014’s Majors’ Experiences

 

 

November 5, 2015

2:30pm Dansby Hall, Room 308

Mathematics Colloquium

Erica Walker, Columbia University

Beyond Banneker : Black Mathematicians and the Paths to Excellence

 

 

October 22, 2015

3:00pm Dansby Hall Auditorium, Room 200 

Claude B. Dansby Lecture 

Edray Goins, Purdue University

Yes, Even You Can Bend It Like Beckham

 

 

October 8, 2015

2:30pm Dansby Hall, Room 308

Mathematics Super Colloquium

  • Anisah Nu’Man, Trinity College (Conn.)
    Studying Groups as Geometric Objects: An Introduction to Geometric Group Theory

  • Ryan Hynd, University of Pennsylvania
    Extremal functions for Poincaré's inequality
     
  • Kimberly Sellers, Georgetown University 
    Don't Count on Poisson : Introducing a flexible distribution alternative to model count data