Mathematical Gazette

The Mathematical Gazette is published weekly, currently by the Worcester Polytechnic Institute Mathematical Sciences Department. It provides a list of mathematical seminars and colloquia in the Massachusetts area. Please send all announcements to ma-gazette@wpi.edu by noon on Thursday of the week preceding the talk.

OCTOBER 27 - 31, 2014

MONDAY, October 27, 2014

12:15
NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY GEOMETRY-ALGEBRA-SINGULARITIES-COMBINATORICS SEMINAR
Ramis Movassagh (Northeastern University), “Eigenvalue Attraction,” Northeastern University, 511 Lake Hall.
http://www.math.neu.edu/content/geometry-algebra-singularities-combinatorics

4:00
WPI STOCHASTIC ANALYSIS COMMON
Tom Emmerling (Syracuse University), “Portfolio Balance Effects and the Fed's Large-Scale Asset Purchases,” Stratton Hall Room 308.
http://www.wpi.edu/academics/math/news.html

4:15
BOSTON UNIVERSITY NUMBER THEORY SEMINAR
Chao Li (Harvard), “Level raising mod 2 and arbitrary 2-Selmer ranks,” MCS B21, 111 Cummington Mall. Tea and Cookies in MCS 144 at 4:00pm.
http://math.bu.edu/research/algebra/seminar.html


TUESDAY, October 28, 2014

2:30
MIT PHYSICAL MATHEMATICS SEMINAR
Bin Liu (Cornell University and University of California, Merced), “The Effect of Cell Motion on the Motility of Flagellated Bacteria,” Building E17, Room 122. Reception following in Building E17, Room 401A (Math Dept. Common Room).
http://math.mit.edu/pms/

WEDNESDAY, October 29, 2014

THURSDAY, October 30, 2014

FRIDAY, October 31, 2014

11:00
WPI MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES DEPARTMENT COLLOQUIUM
L.I.Manevitch (Russian Academy of Sciences), “Energy exchange, localization and transfer in nonlinear oscillatory chains and nanostructures (resonance non-stationary dynamics),”
Stratton Hall Room 203. Refreshments at 10:30 in the Mathematical Sciences Department Lounge, SH108.
http://www.wpi.edu/academics/math/news.html

4:00
TUFTS UNIVERSITY MATHEMATICS COLLOQUIUM
Patricia Garmirian (Tufts University), “A New and Direct Proof of the Central Limit Theorem,” Bromfield-Pearson Building, Room 101.
http://math.tufts.edu/seminars/

 
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