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2:00 PM Friday in Room SCI242.
Date  Speaker  Title  
Jan. 20 
Dr. Marcelo Sztainberg Department of Computer Science Northeastern Illinois University 
A Particle Swarm Optimisation Approach in the Construction of Optimal Risk Portfolios  
Jan. 27  Dr. Aurel Stan Department of Matematics Ohio State University 
A combinatorial identity and its application to normal distributions  
Feb. 03 
Dr. Marcelo Sztainberg Department of Computer Science Northeastern Illinois University  A Particle Swarm Optimisation Approach in the Construction of Optimal Risk Portfolios  
Feb. 10 
Dr. Zeke Zeng Department of Mathematics Northeastern Illinois University 
What Can Go Wrong in Computation  and clues for getting around  
Feb. 17 


Feb. 24 
Dr. Lise Jensen Department of Mathematics Northeastern Illinois University 
Division of Fractions  
Mar. 03 
Dr. William Halperin Department of Physics & Astronomy Northwestern University 
Exotic Superfluids and Superconductors  
Mar. 10  Excellence in Teaching Symposium  
Mar. 17 
Albert Luo Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Southern Illinois University 
Quasiperiodic and Chaotic Motions in Nonlinear Hamiltonian Systems  
Mar. 24  Spring Break, no seminar.  
Mar. 31 
Dr. Marian Gidea Department of Mathematics Northeastern Illinois University 
Hamiltonian Dynamics: Instability and Chaos  
Apr. 07 
Dr. Daniel Kaplan, Director Center for Accelerator and Particle Physics Illinois Institute of Technology 
New Ideas in Neutrino Physics  
Apr. 14 
Malgorzata Kuchta and Larry Murg Department of Mathematics Northeastern Illinois University 
The Mathematical Model of Tumor  Immune Interactions for Albuleukin Adoptive Immunotherapy  
Apr. 21  NEIU 14th Annual Student Research Symposium  
Apr. 28 
Dr. Paul O'Hara Department of Mathematics Northeastern Illinois University 
Why doesn't time go backwards  
May. 05  Excellence in Teaching Symposium  
Mathematical Sciences Seminar 
All Seminars are free and open to the public, students, faculty, and staff. The Mathematical Sciences seminar is sponsered by the the Computational Dynamics in Physics and Populations Research Community, the Society of Physics Students, The NEIU Math Club, and the Chicago Math Scholars.
Last Updated Apr. 25, 2006