The Colloquium is held Friday from 3 PM to 4 PM in RT 1516. Refreshments start at 2:30 PM.
Spring 2013
Date  Speaker  Title 

April 26 
Alethea Barbaro, Case Western Reserve University 
A mathematical view of fish migration 
March 29 
Vidit Nanda, University of Pennsylvania 
Reconstructing manifolds and functions from noisy point samples 
March 1  Dan Munther, Centre for Disease Modeling, York University  Enhanced surveillance on foodborne disease outbreaks: Dynamics of crosscontamination in biocidal wash procedure 
February 27  Kathleen Wilkie, Tufts University School of Medicine  Mathematical Modeling of ImmuneModulated Tumor Growth 
February 22 
Christian Laing, Wilkes University 
Analysis of RNA structures by using geometric shape descriptors 
Date  Speaker  Title 

November 27, 
Flavia C. SancierBarbosa, Wittenberg University 
Closing the memory gap in stochastic functional differential equationsCANCELED 
November 16 
Tony Shaska, Oakland University 
Some remarks on the hyperelliptic moduli of genus 3 
November 2 
Steve Szabo, Eastern Kentucky University 
Generalized Cyclic Convolutional Codes 
Spring 2012
Date  Speaker  Title 

April 27 
Rachelle Bouchat, Slippery Rock University 
Edge Ideals, Path Ideals, and the Linear Strand 
April 13 
Maria Tjani, University of Arkansas 
Closed range composition operators on Besov type spaces 
March 30 
Christine Franklin, The University of Georgia  The Future of Introductory Statistics Courses and the Common Core State Standards in K12 
March 9  Mark Grant, The University of Nottingham  Topology and Robotics 
February 10 
John Duncan, Case Western Reserve University 
K3 surfaces, quantum black holes and a sporadic simple group 
Date  Speaker  Title 

December 2 
Qi Chen, WinstonSalem State University 
Topological Invariants Associated with Quantum Groups 
November 4 
Benjamin Nill, Case Western Reserve University 
Ehrhart theory in practice 
October 14 
Don Edwards, University of South Carolina 
Statistics and healthcare fraud investigations 
September 30 
Partha Srinivasan, Cleveland State University 
Models of the Honey Bees Nest Site Selection Process 
September 16 
Michael Nowak, Northern Ohio Trauma System, Metro Hospital 
On statistics related to trauma 
Spring 2011
Date  Speaker  Title 

May 4 
Mikhail Chebotar, Kent State University 
Characterization of Lie maps and other questions connecting Lie algebra and Ring Theory 
April 22 
Zach Teitler, Boise State University  Ranks of Polynomials 
April 1 
Kiumars Kaveh, University of Pittsburgh 
Convex bodies and algebraic varieties 
April 22 
Jenya Soprunova, Kent State University  Minkowski length of polytopes 
Date  Speaker  Title 

December 3 
Victor Turchin, Kansas State University 
Manifold calculus of functors 
November 5 
Janusz Adamus, The University of Western Ontario 
Effective methods in geometry of polynomial mappings 
October 21, Thursday 
Benjamin Howard, University of Michigan 
The invariants of n points on the line, and spatial polygons 
Spring 2010
Date  Speaker  Title 

April 8, Thursday 
Hema Srinivasan, University of Missouri, Columbia 
Resolution of Certain Binomial Ideals 
April 2 
Rongling Wu, Pennsylvania State University 
A Model for Functional Genomewide Association Studies of Dynamic Traits 
March 26 
Yangjin Kim, University of Michigan  Dearborn  Pattern Formation of Glioma Cells Outside the Tumor Spheroid Core 
March 5 
David Richter, Western Michigan University 
A Survey of Ghost Symmetry 
February 26 
Matthew Kahle, Stanford University 
Configuration Spaces of Hard Discs 
February 12 
Andrew Resnick, Cleveland State University, Physics 
Fluid Mechanics 
Date  Speaker  Title 

November 20 
Shuying Sun, Case Comprehensive Cancer Center 
Next Generation Sequencing Data Analysis and a Maximization Problem 
November 13 
Elizabeth Meckes, Case Western Reserve University 
When is normal normal? Approximation results for random measures 
October 16 
Sean Chang, Dreamworks 
The Mathematics of Digital Entertainment  an Industry Perspective 
October 2 
Weihong Guo, Case Western Reserve University 
Mathematical Approaches on Some Image Processing and Analysis Problems 
Date  Speaker  Title 

March 13 
Tanujit Dey, The College of William and Mary 
Fully Nonparametric Bayesian Analysis in Regression Model with Serially Correlated Errors 
February 27 
Mike Ferrara, The University of Akron 
HLinked Graphs 
Spring 2008
Date  Speaker  Title 

May 1, Thursday 
K.T. Arasu, Wright State University 
Sequences with good correlation properties 
April 18 
Sookkyung Lim, University of Cincinnati  Simulation of blood flow in a compliant vessel by the immersed boundary method 
April 11 
Sergei Chmutov, Ohio State University 
Graphs on surfaces and knot theory 
March 21 
Dursun Bulutoglu, Air Force Institute of Technology 
Classification of Orthogonal Arrays by Integer Programming 
March 7 In Stilwell Hall 103 
Hassan K. Khalil, Michigan State University 
Conditional Servo/Integral Action in Nonlinear Control 
Fall 2007
Date  Speaker  Title 

November 30 
Dima Ryabogin, Kent State University 
On the local equatorial characterization of Zonoids 
November 21 Wednesday in RT 502 
Sean Chang, Dream Works Animation 
Mathematical Foundations of Computer Generated Digital Entertainment 
November 16 
Jenia Tevelev, University of Massachusetts 
Tropical Elimination Theory 
November 8 Thursday 
Kevin Woods, Oberlin College 
Solving Lattice Point Problems Using Rational Generating Functions 
October 19 
Ualbai Umirbaev, Eurasian National University 
Automorphisms of polynomial and free algebras 
Spring 2007
Date  Speaker  Title 

April 20 
Yusu Wang, Ohio State Univesity 
Geometric and Topological methods in protein structure analysis 
April 13 
Hema Srinivasan, University of Missouri, Columbia 
Graded Resolutions, Multiplicity and Graphs 
March 30  Webster West, Texas A & M University  Adventures in Teaching with Technology 
March 2 
C.L. Chang, Cleveland State University 

February 23 
Johannes Hatzls, University of Waterloo 
The Lights Out Game: A Domination Problem with Parity Constraints 
February 16 
Artem Zvavitch, Kent State University 
The BusemannPetty problem for arbitrary measures 
February 9 
Frank Baginski, George Washington University 
The Ups and Downs of Large HighAltitude Balloons 
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