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Seminars & Colloquia

Week of 2005-10-24

MONDAY:
1:30 pm	Set Theory & Topology Seminar, 408 Snow
		Left Separated Spaces with Point-countable Bases
		Bill Fleissner

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

4:30 pm Association for Women in Math Student Chapter Meeting, 306 Snow
		Discussion about Spring Conference for all AWM Student 
		Chapters at KU and Spring Trip to the University of Chicago
		***Pizza served immediately following talk***

TUESDAY:
1:30 pm	Combinatorics Seminar, 408 Snow
		Nagel's Proof of the Kalai-Kleinschmidt-Lee 
		Conjecture, Part II
		Manoj Kummini

 2:30 pm Algebra Seminar, 408 Snow
		***Guest Speaker***
		Ext Algebras and the Koszul Property of Certain 
		Quadratic Algebras
		Liana Sega, UMKC

4:30 pm	Graduate Student Seminar, 558 Snow
		An Application of Topology to Number Theory
		Nate Carlson

8:00 pm	Graduate Student Reading Seminar, 306 Snow
		Statistics of Financial Market IV
		Qinghua Zhang

WEDNESDAY:
1:30 pm	Set Theory & Topology Seminar, 408 Snow
		Left Separated Spaces with Point-countable 
		Bases (continued)
		Bill Fleissner

2:30 pm	Computational & Applied Math, 306 Snow
		Exponential Dichotomy and Stability Spectra
		Erik Van Vleck 

3:30 pm	Analysis Seminar, 306 Snow
		Multilinear Paraproducts Revisited: Part II
		Rodolfo Torres
	
3:30 pm	Hartshorne Problem Seminar Sec. 1.4, 408 Snow
		Manoj Kummini	
	
THURSDAY:
2:30 pm	Algebra Seminar, 408 Snow
		***Guest Speaker***
		Resolutions of Frobenius Powers with Applications to 
		Vanishing Theorems
		Donu Arapura, Purdue University

4:00 pm	Ellis B. Stouffer Colloquium, 306 Snow
		What Do We Know About the Hodge Conjecture
		Donu Arapura, Purdue University
		***Refreshments will be served at 3:30 in 406 Snow***

FRIDAY:
3:30 pm	Mathematical Physiology Seminar, 306 Snow
		To Be Announced

Events Calendar

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