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Department Colloquium

The Department of Mathematics sponsors a colloquium that takes place approximately every two weeks throughout the school year. Visiting scholars and department faculty present their current directions of study to interested faculty and students. Each event is also open to the public. Most talks are from 12:15–1:05 on a Monday through Thursday.  Contact Christopher Hanusa if you would like to speak or if you would like to be added to the colloquium mailing list.

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Spring 2013

Day Date Room Speaker Institution Title and Abstract
Wednesday April 17, 2013 TBD John Conway Princeton University The doomsday algorithm: Calculating the day of the week of any date.

Fall 2012

Day Date Room Speaker Institution Title and Abstract
Monday November 5, 2012 Kiely 271 Ravi Kulkarni Queens College An algorithmic construction of representations of finite solvable groups
Thursday November 15, 2012 King 107 Yaacov Kopeliovich MEAG NY Representation theory of symmetric groups and theta functions for periods of non singular cyclic covers of the Sphere
Tuesday November 20, 2012 King 202 Scott Wilson
Queens College On families of unitary matrices
Tuesday November 27, 2012 Kiely 323 Russell Miller Queens College Bases in computable free groups and fields

Spring 2012

Day Date Room Speaker Institution Title and Abstract
Wednesday February 15, 2012 Kiely 242
Krzysztof Klosin
Queens College Galois representations: An introduction
Wednesday March 7, 2012 Kiely 242
Roman Kossak Bronx Community College What is Mathematical Logic?
Monday March 12, 2012 Kiely 242
Ben Baumer
Tina Chang
Matthew Fried

What can you do with a math major?
Monday March 19, 2012 Kiely 242
Shlomo Ben-Har CUNY Grad Center Real analysis, topology and connections with computability
Wednesday March 28, 2012 Kiely 242
Steven Kahan Queens College Thinking Outside The Box: One Good Turn Deserves Another
Wednesday April 4, 2012 Kiely 242
Christopher Hanusa Queens College A combinatorial introduction to reflection groups
Thursday
3:15-4:15
April 19, 2012 Kiely 312 Azita Mayeli Queensborough Community College Wavelet frames and some of their applications in practice
Monday April 30, 2012 Kiely 242 Ryan Haskett
Gregory Rae

Quantitative Careers

Fall 2011

Day Date Room Speaker Institution Title and Abstract
Thursday November 17, 2011 Kiely 323 Sudeb Mitra Queens College Schwarz's lemma for some Teichmuller spaces
Wednesday November 30, 2011 Kiely 061 Todd Gaugler Queens College Apollonian Circle Packings

Spring 2011

Day Date Room Speaker Institution Title and Abstract Video
Wednesday February 9, 2011 Kiely 242 Dan Lee Queens College Calculus of variations and minimal surfaces
Thursday February 17, 2011 Kiely 061 Christopher Hanusa
Queens College
An introduction to LaTeX for students View
Thursday February 24, 2011 Kiely 061
Rebecca Steiner CUNY Grad Center Fields, Graphs, and Isomorphism Trees
Thursday
March 17, 2011 Kiely 061 Robert Cowen Queens College
How to solve large combinatorial satisfiability problems with computers but without formal logic
Thursday
March 24, 2011 Kiely 061 Sandra Kingan Brooklyn College
Excluded minor results in matroids
Wednesday
April 6, 2011 Kiely 315
Alexander Ryba
Queens College Pascal’s Hexagram
Thursday
April 28, 2011 Kiely 061
Dragomir Saric
Queens College
Parametrizing vector fields on the unit circle and computations of the Hilbert transform

Fall 2010

Day Date Room Speaker Institution Title and Abstract
Tuesday October 5th, 2010 Kiely 273
Krzysztof Klosin Queens College Modular forms and Galois representations
Tuesday October 19th, 2010 Kiely 273
John Terilla Queens College Algebraic structures ex nihilo
Tuesday November 9th, 2010 Kiely 273
Saeed Zakeri Queens College Mating Dendrites
Tuesday November 23rd, 2010 Kiely 273
Scott Wilson Queens College What is a topological field theory?

Spring 2010

Day Date Room Speaker Institution Title and Abstract Video
Wednesday February 17, 2010 Kiely 242 Alexey Ovchinnikov Queens College Galois theory of linear differential equations
Wednesday March 3, 2010 Kiely 061 Kerry Ojakian Queens College Computing with the real numbers
Wednesday March 24, 2010 Kiely 242 Yunping Jiang Queens College Positive matrices and positive transfer operators
Wednesday April 14, 2010 Kiely 061 Kent Boklan Queens College Every even except 22, 50, 114, 186, 212, 238, 364, 420, 428 and 454 and every odd congruent to 0, 1, 2, 7, 8 (mod 9) is the sum of seven cubes
Monday April 26, 2010 Kiely 242 Joseph Hirsh CUNY Grad Center Applications of higher categories to topology
Wednesday May 12, 2010 Kiely 242 Maria Sabitova Queens College Representations of abstract groups with Lie rings

Fall 2009

Day Date Room Speaker Institution Title and Abstract Video
Thursday September 10, 2009 Kiely 326 Scott Wilson Queens College On some invariants and approximation results in algebraic topology
Wednesday September 23, 2009 Kiely 283 Russell Miller Queens College Is it harder to factor a polynomial or to find a root?
Thursday October 8, 2009 Kiely 326 Jozef Dodziuk Queens College and CUNY Grad Center Combinatorial Laplacian on Graphs View
Monday October 19, 2009 Kiely 242 Aviezri S. Fraenkel Weizmann Inst. of Science Guide for Painless Creation of Math Papers View
Wednesday October 21, 2009 Kiely 283 Dragomir Saric Queens College Circle Homeomorphisms and Shears View
Monday November 2, 2009 Kiely 283 Josiah Sugarman Queens College Subgroups of Direct Products of Groups View
Thursday November 5, 2009 Kiely 421 Hideki Miyachi Osaka University Introduction to the Teichmüller theory View
Thursday November 19, 2009 Kiely 421 Huyi Hu Michigan State Rates of convergence of the transfer operators for expanding systems View
Wednesday December 2, 2009 Kiely 283 Yu Yasufuku CUNY Grad Center Vojta's Conjecture and Greatest Common Divisors, the abc Conjecture, and Dynamics View
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