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Seminars & Colloquia

Week of 2004-10-18

MONDAY:
1:30 pm     Topology Seminar, 306 Snow
                   H-Closed Power Homogenous Spaces
                   Nate Carlson

3:30 pm     Stochastic Adaptive Control, 306 Snow
                   ***Guest Speaker***
		   Predicting Hearing Threshold in Non-Responsive Subjects Using a
		   Log-Normal Bayesian Linear Model in the Presence of Left Censored Covariates
		   Byron Gajawski, KU Med

TUESDAY:
2:30 pm     Algebra Seminar, 306 Snow
                   A Riemann-Roch Theorem
                   Mrinal Das

WEDNESDAY:
1:30 pm     Topology Seminar, 306 Snow
                   H-Closed Power Homogenous Spaces (continued)
                   Nate Carlson
	
2:30 pm     Computational & Applied Math, 306 Snow
                   Generalized Benjamin-Bona-Mahony Equations
                   Milena Stanislavova
           
3:30 pm     Analysis Seminar, 306 Snow
                   ***Guest Speaker***
                   Matrix Weights and Besov Spaces
                   Michael Frazier, Michigan State University 

THURSDAY:
2:30 pm     Algebra Seminar, 306 Snow
                   A Tight Closure Analogue of Analytic Spread
                   Neil Epstein

4:00 pm     Ellis B. Stouffer Colloquium, 306 Snow
                   Title To Be Announced
                   Junping Wang, Colorado School of Mines
                   ***Refreshments will be served in 406 Snow at 3:30 pm***
	
FRIDAY:
3:30 pm     Mathematical Physiology, 306 Snow
                   None Scheduled

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