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contact Lyudmyla Barannyk at barannyk@uidaho.edu
to
schedule a speaker for any of
these slots or for more information about seminars.
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Spring 2017 Colloquium Schedule
Fall 2016
Colloquium Schedule
Sept. 1 TLC 022 
Rob
Ely Department of Mathematics University of Idaho 
Registers
for Reasoning with Definite Integrals 
Sept. 22 TLC 022 
cancelled due to COS meeting 

Sept. 29 TLC 022 
ShengChi
Liu Department of Mathematics Washington State University 
Weyl
sums and equidistribution in number theory 
Oct. 13 TLC 022 
Yuan
Wang Department of Mathematics Washington State University 
Functional
Data Analysis for Dynamic Biomedical Imaging 
Oct. 20 TLC 022 
Lawrence Weill Department of Mathematics California State University, Fullerton 
Some
Unusual Mathematical Problems 
Oct. 27 TLC 022 
Justin Theriot Emsi Moscow, ID 
Economic Development and Data Science: An
Industry Perspective 
Nov. 10 TLC 022 
Michael
Anderson Department of Mechanical Engineering University of Idaho 
Squeeze
Film Analysis 
Dec. 1 TLC 022 
Sameh
Sorour Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Idaho 
Spring 2016 Colloquium Schedule
Jan. 14 TLC 249 
Mehdi
Garrousian Departamento de Matemáticas Universidad de los Andes Bogotá, Colombia 
The Fitting module of a
linear code 
Feb. 4 TLC 223 
Jennifer
JohnsonLeung Department of Mathematics University of Idaho 
Modularity of Abelian
Surfaces 
Feb. 18 TLC 249 
Erkan
Buzbas Department of Statistical Science University of Idaho 
Mathematical genetics,
Hardy way, a HardyWeinberg law for admixture fractions 
March 3 TLC 249 
Kazuo
Yamazaki Department of Mathematics Washington State University 
Global wellposedness
and asymptotic behavior of solutions to a
reactionconvectiondiffusion cholera epidemic model 
March 31 TLC 249 
Somantika
Datta Department of Mathematics University of Idaho 
Linear algebra can be
fun 
April 14 TLC 249 
Scott
Nuismer Department of Biological Sciences University of Idaho 
Integrating Coevolution
into the Tree of Life 
April 28 TLC 249 
Michael
DiPasquale Department of Mathematics Oklahoma State University 
Piecewise Polynomials
and Algebraic Geometry 
May 5 TLC 249 
Enrico
AuYeung Department of Mathematical Sciences DePaul University 
Algebra and Analysis
Reunited: The Union of Subspace Problem 
Fall 2015
Colloquium Schedule
Sept. 10 TLC 051 
Linh Nguyen Department of Mathematics University of Idaho 
Mathematics of
ThermoAcoustic Tomography 
Sept. 24 TLC 051 
Christopher
Remien Department of Mathematics University of Idaho 
Mathematical Models
Coupling Metabolism and Cell Population Dynamics 
Oct. 8 TLC 051 
Kazuo
Yamazaki Department of Mathematics Washington State University 
Introduction to
ergodicity of stochastic partial differential equations
(SPDE) in fluid mechanics 
Oct. 22 TLC 051 
Audrey
Qiuyan
Fu Department of Statistical Science University of Idaho 
Inferring the cell
differentiation trajectory from singlecell gene
expression data 
Nov. 12 TLC 051 
Gary Green The Aerospace Corporation 
Region Coverage from a
Satellite 
Nov. 19 Life Sciences 277 
Sean Lawley Department of Mathematics University of Utah 
Dynamical systems with random
switching and applications to brain biochemistry and insect
physiology 
Dec. 10 Life Sciences 277 
Michael
Desai Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology Harvard University 
Evolutionary Dynamics when
Natural Selection is Pervasive 
Spring 2015
Colloquium Schedule
Fall 2014 Colloquium Schedule
Spring 2014
Colloquium Schedule
Jan.
23 Neill 5W at WSU 
Lazaros
Gallos Department of Ecology Rutgers University 
Network
Analysis
In Social and Brain Networks 
Jan. 23 TLC 030 
Manu University of Chicago 
Datadriven modeling of
cellfate specification in two developmental systems 
Jan. 28 TLC 030 
Christopher Remien University of Tennessee 
Mathematical Models of
Biological Markers 
Jan. 30 TLC 030 
Michael Cortez Georgia Institute of Technology 
The ecoevolutionary dynamics
of predatorprey systems: How does (co)evolution alter
community level population dynamics? 
Feb. 4 TLC 030 
Claudia Bank University of California 
In the footsteps of Fisher
and Dobzhansky: connecting classical populationgenetic
models and nextgeneration sequencing data 
Feb 20 TLC 149 
Xueying
Wang Washington State University 
Mathematical modeling of
infectious diseases 
March 6 TLC 149 
Stefan
Tohaneanu University of Idaho 
Hyperplane arrangements
with low degree logarithmic vector fields 
March 27 TLC 149 
Zach
Teitler Boise State University 
Ranks of polynomials 
April 3 TLC 149 
Graham Denham University of Western Ontario 
Intersectiontheoretic
characteristic polynomial formulas 
April 24 TLC 149 
Ron
Blei Department of Mathematics University of Connecticut 
Upgrading two classical
inequalities 
May 8 
Fall 2013 Colloquium Schedule
Sept 12 TLC 145 
William
Slofstra Department of Mathematics UC Davis 
Inversion hyperplane
arrangements, Schubert varieties, and Peterson
translation 
Sept 26 TLC 145 
Sean
Cleary Department of Mathematics The City College of New York 
The odd world of
Thompson's groups 
Oct 10 TLC 145 
Nikolaos
K.
Voulgarakis Department of Mathematics Washington State University, TriCities 
Coupling Fluid and
Molecular Mechanics for Nanoscale Simulations of Soft
Matter 
Oct 24 TLC 145 
ShengChi
Liu Department of Mathematics Washington State University 
The distribution of
integral points on homogeneous varieties 
Nov 7 TLC 145 
Faith Hollingshead The Standard, insurance and financial company headquartered in Portland, Oregon 
An Overview of the
Actuarial Profession and the Society of Actuaries'
``Center of Actuarial Excellence" Designation 
Nov 21 at WSU Neill 216 
Pauline van
den Driessche Department of Mathematics and Statistics University of Victoria, BC, Canada 
Spatially Heterogeneous
Cholera Models 
Nov 22 at WSU Neill 216 
Dubi Kelmer Department of Mathematics Boston College 
On the spectrum and
length spectrum of closed manifolds 
Dec 12 TLC 145 
Rob Ely Department of Mathematics University of Idaho 
Spring 2013
Colloquium Schedule
Jan 17 TLC 047 
Xiangfeng
Yang Department of Mathematics University of Lisbon, Portugal 
Precise asymptotics for
large deviations of integral forms 
Jan 31 TLC 047 
Fred
Barlow Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering University of Idaho 
Applications of
Mathematics in Electronic Systems 
Feb 15 TLC 045 
Paul Horn Department of Mathematics Harvard University 
Spreading processes on
graphs and PageRank 
Feb 21 TLC 223 
Lance Miller Department of Mathematics University of Utah 
Measures of
Singularities: Characteristic 0 versus Characteristic p 
Feb 26 TLC 046 
Luke
Oeding Department of Mathematics University of California, Berkeley 
The Trifocal Variety 
Feb 28 TLC 030 
Elizabeth
Gross Department of Mathematics University of Illinois at Chicago 
Determining Phylogenetic
Invariants 
March 7 at WSU 
Joseph
Fehribach Department of Mathematical Sciences Worcester Polytechnic Institute 
Matrices and Their
Kirchhoff Graphs 
Mar 19 TLC 047 
Stefan
Tohaneanu Department of Mathematics Western University 
Linear Codes from
Commutative Algebraic Perspectives 
Mar 21 TLC 030 
Brendan Ames Institute for Mathematics and its Applications University of Minnesota 
How to Find a Hidden
Clique 
Mar 28 at WSU 
Andrea
Bertozzi Department of Mathematics University of California Los Angeles 
Geometric Methods in
Image Processing, Networks, and Machine Learning 
Apr 4 TLC 030 
Jennifer
JohnsonLeung Department of Mathematics University of Idaho 
Twisting of Automorphic
Forms 
Apr 18 TLC 030 
Soumik
Banerjee School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering Washington State University 

Apr 25 TLC 047 
Douglas
Cochran School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering Arizona State University 
An OperatorTheoretic
View of Radar 
May 2 TLC 030 
Denis
F.
Hinz Department of Mechanical Engineering, McGill University Montreal, Quebec, Canada 
Swarming and turbulence
in a system of selfpropelled softcore 
Fall 2012 Colloquium
Schedule
Jan 19 TLC 032 
Catherine
Cooper School of Earth & Environmental Sciences Washington State University 
Talk
is
cancelled due to weather conditions. It is rescheduled
for February 23 
Jan 26 TLC 032 
Alex
Khapalov Department of Mathematics Washington State University 
Geometric
aspects
of
transformations of forces acting upon a swimmer in a
3D incompressible fluid 
Feb 2 TLC 032 
David
Yopp Department of Mathematical Sciences Montana State University 
Teacher
Knowledge
and Practice: Defining It, Influencing It, and
“Seeing” It 
Feb 7 
Tom
Ricks Department of Educational Theory, Policy, and Practice Louisiana State University 
Comparing
Chinese
and American Mathematics Lessons Taught to Similar
Groups of Chinese Students 
Feb 9 TLC 032 
Matt
Roscoe Department of Curriculum and Instruction University of WisconsinMadison 
Informal
Mathematics
Activities and the Beliefs of Elementary Teacher
Candidates 
Feb 16 TLC 032 
David
Watkins Department of Mathematics Washington State University 
Finding
the
roots of a polynomial: new methods for an old problem 
Feb 23 TLC 032 
Catherine
Cooper School of Earth & Environmental Sciences Washington State University 
A Journey into Computational Geodynamics: How Fluid Dynamics + Numerical Simulations + Math = Geology 
Mar 1 TLC 032 
Hong
Wang Department of Mathematics University of Idaho 
Turan Number, Ramsey Number and The Regularity Lemma 
Mar 8 
No Colloquium  PiDay 
Mar 15  No Colloquium  SPRING BREAK 
Mar 22 TLC 032 
Paul
Joyce Department of Mathematics, Department of Statistics University of Idaho 
Mutational
Effects
and Population Dynamics during Viral Adaptation
Challenge Current Models 
Mar 29 TLC 032 
Enrico
AuYeungenri Department of Mathematics University of British Columbia 
Quasicrystals
and
Impossible Symmetry: three streams of mathematics
converging 
Apr 5 TLC 032 
Paul
Hohenlohe Department of Biological Sciences, Department of Statistics University of Idaho 
The
Dimensionality
of Evolution 
Apr 12 TLC 032 
Bahman
Shafii Department of Plant, Soil and Entomological Sciences, Department of Statistics University of Idaho 
Using
Maximum
Entropy and Bayesian Analysis to Develop
Nonparametric Pelyability Distributions for the Mean
and Variance 
Apr 19 TLC 032 
Jodi Mead Department of Mathematics Boise State University 
Inverse
Problems
and Uncertainty Quantification 
Apr 26 TLC 032 
Yulia
Hristova Institute for Mathematics and its Applications University of Minnesota 
New
problems
in emission tomography 
May 3 TLC 032 
Fernando
Guevara Vasquez Department of Mathematics University of Utah 
Active
exterior
cloaking for the Helmholtz equation 
May 10 TLC 032 
Bryan
Wilson Department of Mathematics University of Utah 
Random
Walks
on Groups and the Poisson Boundary 
Fall 2011 Colloquium Schedule 
Spring 2012 Colloquium Schedule 
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