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Mathematical Sciences Seminar

Northeastern Illinois University

2:00 PM Friday in Room SCI-242.

Date Speaker Title
Feb. 02 Dr. Johnny Lin
North Park University
Towards Stochastic Deep Convective Parameterization
Feb. 09 Dr. Ilie Ugarcovici
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Depaul University
Chaotic dynamics in a density-dependent population model
Feb. 16 Dr. Lidia Filus
Multivariate Probability with Biomedical Applications
Feb. 23 Dr. Tanya Cofer
Hands-On Introduction to Contact Topology and Applications
Mar. 02 Dr. Marian Gidea
Flying to the Moon
Mar. 09 Dr. Gabrijela Zaharijas
Physics & Astronomy
Dark matter and what can the center of our galaxy tell us about it
Mar. 16

No seminar
Mar. 23 Spring Break, no seminar. Excellence in Teaching Symposium
Mar. 30 Dr. Mark D'Souza
Computation Institute
U. Chicago & Argonne National Lab
From Sequence to Function: An Introduction to Bioinformatics
Apr. 06

Apr. 13 Dr. John Kasmer, Dr. Joel Olfelt & Dr. David Rutschman
Departments of Biology & Mathematics
Endangered Plant Populations and Mathematics
Apr. 20 NEIU 15th Annual Student Research Symposium
Apr. 24
Dr. Elliott Lessen
Associate Dean
College of Education
Teacher Certification and Endorsement
Apr. 27

May. 04 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 sponsored 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 Jan. 06, 2007