Colloquia and seminars
Colloquia talks are scheduled from 1:30-2:30 p.m. on Thursday each week. Talks will be held either in-person (in PE 104) or occasionally virtually (via Zoom). Speakers give 50-minute presentations on various mathematical and statistical topics.
|9/7/2023||Cataloging knotted surfaces in 4-space||Jeffrey Meier, Western Washington University||PE 104|
|9/14/2023||Breaking down symplectic 4-manifolds||Laura Starkston, UC Davis||PE 104|
|9/21/2023||Konrad Zuse's Early Computers||Raul Rojas-Gonzales, University of Nevada, Reno||PE 104|
|10/5/2023||P-matrix Powers||Michael Tsatsomeros, Washington State University||PE 104|
|10/12/2023||Variable selection methods in linear models and their applications on education data||Jingxuan Yang, University of Nevada, Reno||PE 104|
|10/19/2023||Navigating the complexity of biodosimetry: Mathematical models for radiation dose estimation||Dorota Mlynarczyk, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain||PE 104|
|10/26/2023||Quantum Non-Local Games||Priyanga Ganesan, UC San Diego||PE 104|
|11/9/2023||Time Series Modeling for Stock and Bond Markets||Andrey Sarantsev, University of Nevada, Reno||PE 104|
|11/16/2023||Hilbert Spaces and Operators Without the Axiom of Choice||Bruce Blackadaar, University of Nevada, Reno||PE 104|
|11/23/2023||No Colloquium (Thanksgiving)|
|12/7/2023||Extensions of Yamamoto-Naya’s Theorem||Huajun Huang, Auburn University||PE 104|
The Department also holds regular seminars in various research areas. Speakers include researchers from outside the department, as well as current faculty and graduate students.
Algebraic & Geometric Topology Seminar
The Algebraic & Geometric Topology Seminar will be held on Fridays from 2:00-3:00pm in DMSC 315.
|9/8/2023||Classifying ribbon disks||Jeffrey Meier, Western Washington University||DMSC 315|
|10/6/2023||An introduction to Simplicial Sets||Landon Fox, University of Nevada, Reno||DMSC 315|
|10/13/2023||Normality in ∞-Group Theory||Landon Fox, University of Nevada, Reno||DMSC 315|
|10/27/2023||No Seminar (Nevada Day)|
|11/10/2023||No Seminar (Veterans Day)|
|11/24/2023||No Seminar (Family Day)|
The C*-Algebras Seminar will be held on Wednesdays from 10:00am-11:00am in DMSC 315.
|9/13/2023||Groupoid actions and Koopman representations, part 1||Valentin Deaconu, University of Nevada, Reno||DMSC 315|
|9/20/2023||Groupoid actions and Koopman representations, part 2||Valentin Deaconu, University of Nevada, Reno||DMSC 315|
|9/27/2023||Groupoid actions and Koopman representations, part 3||Valentin Deaconu, University of Nevada, Reno||DMSC 315|
The Matrix Seminar will be held in a virtual mode via Zoom bi-weekly on Fridays from 4:15-5:15pm.
|9/1/2023||Topological Proofs of Hidden Convexity Theorems||Kevin Shu, Georgia Tech||Zoom|
|9/15/2023||On an order-like relation on the cone of positive definite matrices||Jose Franco, North Florida University||Zoom|
|9/29/2023||Maximizing Sum of Coupled Traces with Applications||Ren-Cang Li, University of Texas at Arlington||Zoom|
|10/13/2023||Approximation of Structured Singular Values||Mutti-Ur Rehman, Akfa University, Uzbekistan||Zoom|
|11/3/2023||Early history of eigenvalue computing algorithms and their modern Lie extensions||Tin-Yau Tam, University of Nevada, Reno||Zoom|
|11/17/2023||High Dimensional Data Recovery||Michael Kwok-Po Ng, Hong Kong Baptist University||Zoom|
|12/1/2023||Recent advancement of SPD matrix analyses in brain networks||Duy Duong-Tran, United States Naval Academy||Zoom|