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Haverford College
Department of Mathematics
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Events: Bi-College Math Colloquium

Spring 2015Fall 2014Spring 2014Fall 2013Spring 2013Fall 2012Spring 2012Fall 2011Spring 2011Fall 2010Spring 2010Fall 2009Spring 2009Fall 2008Spring 2008Fall 2007Spring 2007Fall 2006Spring 2006Fall 2005Spring 2005

Bryn Mawr and Haverford sponsor a joint mathematics colloquium that alternates between the the two campuses. The Colloquium is on Mondays at 4 p.m. (Exceptions are marked in red in the schedule below.)

  • Colloquia at Haverford are held in KINSC E309. Tea is served in the Math Lounge, KINSC H208, starting at 3:00 p.m.
  • Colloquia at Bryn Mawr are held in Park Science Building 328. Tea is served in the Math Lounge, Park 355, at 3:45 p.m.

    Spring 2013

Date Location Speaker Title
Jan 28
Haverford Patricia Cahn
University of Pennsylvania
Counting Crossings of Curves on Surfaces
Feb 4
Bryn Mawr Klaus Volpert
Villanova University
The Math and Magic of Financial Derivatives
Feb 11
Haverford Rosa McCullagh
University of Chicago Laboratory School
Visualization in High School Mathematics
Feb 18
Bryn Mawr
Park 338
Lily S. Khadjavi
Loyola Marymount University
Social Justice and Mathematics: Analyzing police practice in Los Angeles
Feb 25
Haverford Andrew Cooper
University of Pennsylvania
Using the heat equation to shorten curves (and other Lagrangian submanifolds
Mar 4
Bryn Mawr Cecilia Diniz Behn
Gettysburg College
Dynamics of sleep-wake regulation
Mar 11
Mar 18
Haverford Whitney George
West Chester University
Positive Twist Knots and the Uniform Thickness Property
Mar 25
Bryn Mawr Nalini Anantharaman
Université Paris-Sud (Orsay) and Institute for Advanced Study
Order and chaos in wave propagation
Apr 1
Bryn Mawr David Kung
St. Mary's College of Maryland
Closer to Fair: Mathematics and Social Justice
Apr 8
Haverford Ralph Gomez
Swarthmore College
A Brief Tour of Sasakian Geometry
Apr 15
Haverford Alden Walker
University of Chicago
Finding surface maps with linear programming
Apr 22
Bryn Mawr Peter Sarnak
Princeton University and Institute for Advanced Study
Thin matrix groups and Diophantine analysis

For more information, please contact Josh Sabloff (HC) or Djordje Milićević (BMC).

Last modified: Tue Apr 2 22:28:31 EDT 2013 by David Lippel.