This is an archived page, from a previous year. Links may be broken.

The current schedule can be found here.

The 2005-2006 schedule can be found here.

## Graduate Student Seminar, 2004-2005

All talks are at 4:30 in HH229, unless otherwise noted.

Date | Speaker | Title |

Monday, August 30 | Prof. Brian Hall | A gentle introduction to symmetries and Lie groups |

Monday, September 13 | Dan Bates | Polynomials in Practice |

Monday, September 27 | Ion Dinca | Geometry of Quadrics |

Monday, October 11 | Wesley Calvert | Hard |

Monday, October 25 | Ben Jones | Geometry of Grassmanians |

Monday, November 8 | Julie Bergner | An Introduction to Algebraic Theories |

Monday, November 22 | Heather Hannah | On the Cauchy Problem for the KdV Equation |

Monday, December 6 | Cabral Balreira | Global Injectivity as a Topological Phenomenon |

Monday, January 17 - 5:00 | Allegra Berliner | For the love of manifolds |

Monday, January 31 - 5:00 | Matt Rissler | Why it's good to be random and discrete |

Monday, February 14 | Gang Zhou | The application of functional analysis in partial differential equations |

Monday, February 28 | Florin Dumitrescu | Super-facets of geometry |

Monday, March 14 | Corbett Redden | For what n is R^n a division algebra? |

Monday, March 21 - 4:00 | Abigail Mitchell | A scenic route to rook theory |

Monday, April 4 - 4:00 | Mark Taber | Water Waves |

Monday, April 18 - 4:00 | Sara Miller | A brief history of computability |

Monday, May 2 - 2:30 | Jacob Heidenreich | The Great Change: Mathematics at the Turn of the (Last) Century |

The schedule for the 2003-2004 Graduate Student Seminar can be found
here.

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To volunteer to give a talk, or for any other questions regarding this schedule, contact Sara Miller

See the current schedule.