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Spring 2014 Colloquium Series

Date
Time/Room
Speaker
Title
Thursday
Jan 9
4:00pm
VWF 102

Yew-Meng Koh
Iowa State University

Using Bayesian Methods in Unconventional Statistical Models
Monday
Jan 20
3:00pm
VWF 104

Paul Pearson
Hope College

Seeing the Skeleton of High-Dimensional Data: Visualizing Clusters in Neural Networks
Thursday
Jan 23
11:00am
VWF 102

Jun-Koo Park
Houghton College

Elastic Network Model Extensions for Predicting Protein Residue-level Fluctuation
Monday
Jan 27
3:00pm
VWF 104

Mark Panaggio '09
Northwestern University

Not so sinister after all: How mathematical models can explain the resilience of the left-handed minority
Thursday
Jan 30
11:00am
VWF 102

Sarah Cobb
University of Utah

Connecting the Dots
Tuesday
Feb 18
11:00am
Schaap 1000

Will Dickinson
Hope College
GVSU

Toroidal Equal Circle Packing
Thursday
Mar 6
4:00pm
VWF 102

Chris Moseley
Calvin College

The Shortest Path
Tuesday
Mar 25
4:00pm
VWF 102

Thomas Fiore
University of Michigan

Morphisms in Musical Analysis
Tuesday
Apr 1
4:00pm
VWF 102

Melinda Koelling
Western Michigan University

Neural control: What is the best input for a neuron?
Thursday
Apr 17
4:00pm
VWF 102

David Austin
Grand Valley State University

The Mathematics of 3D Printing