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Seminars & Colloquia

Week of 2004-11-29

MONDAY:

1:30 pm      Topology Seminar, 306 Snow
                    Compact Hausdorff Subtopologies (continued)
                    Jack Porter

3:30 pm      Stochastic Adaptive Control, 306 Snow
                    To Be Announced


TUESDAY:

5:30 pm      Association for Women in Mathematics, 306 Snow
                    ***Guest Speaker***
                    Success is Yours!
                    Marlesa Roney, Vice Provost for Student Success	
                    

WEDNESDAY:

1:30 pm      Topology Seminar, 306 Snow
                    Non-sigma Compact, Borel Spaces have Compact Subtopologies
                    Jila Niknejad

2:30 pm      Computational & Applied Math, 306 Snow
                    ***Guest Speaker***
                    A New Implementation of the Elliptic Systems Method in 
                    Time Dependent Diffusion Tomography  Applied to 
                    Back Reflected and Transmitted Data
                    Jerry Yin-Tzer Shih, National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan

3:30 pm      Analysis Seminar, 306 Snow 
                    ***Guest Speaker*** 
                    Generalized physical and SRB measures in the Henon family
		    Christian Wolf, Wichita State university

THURSDAY:

2:30 pm      Algebra Seminar, 306 Snow
                    Smoothings of Multiple Structures
                    Francisco Gallego	

                    
FRIDAY:

3:30 pm      Mathematical Physiology, 306 Snow
                    ***Guest Speaker***
                    Signaling Networks the Control Neural Development 
                    Erik A. Lundquist, KU Molecular Biosciences

Events Calendar

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