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

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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.

    Fall 2012

Date Location Speaker Title
Sep 10
Bryn Mawr Karl Schaffer
De Anza College
The Dance of Mathematics & the Mathematics of Dance
Sep 17
Bryn Mawr Elizabeth Beazley
Haverford College
Matrix groups, Newton polygons, and the quantum Bruhat graph
Sep 24
Haverford Djordje Milićević
Bryn Mawr College
Kloostermania in confined spaces
Oct 1
Bryn Mawr Eugenio Calabi
University of Pennsylvania
The Affine Geometry of Convex Bodies
Oct 8
Haverford Benjamin Seibold
Temple University
The Analogy of Phantom Traffic Jams and Detonation Waves
Oct 29
Patricia Cahn
University of Pennsylvania
Counting Crossings of Curves on Surfaces (Cancelled)
Nov 5
Bryn Mawr David Benson
NetJets Inc.
An Aircraft Crew Scheduling Problem that Satisfies Company and Employee Preferences Modeled and Solved as a Mixed-Integer Program
Nov 12
Haverford Elizabeth Niese
Marshall University
A q-analogue of the hook-length formula
Nov 19
Bryn Mawr Ami Radunskaya
Pomona College
Using mathematics to design cancer vaccines
Nov 26
Bryn Mawr Katie Haymaker
University of Nebraska
Rewriting codes using finite geometries
Dec 3
4:30 in H109
Erica Flapan
Pomona College
Mirror Image Symmetry from Different Viewpoints
Dec 10
Haverford Ryan Vinroot
College of William and Mary
Combinatorics of finite fields and symmetric functions

For more information, please contact Josh Sabloff (HC) or Paul Melvin (BMC).

Last modified: Wed Nov 28 15:44:31 EST 2012 by David Lippel.