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Fall 2009/Spring 2010

Algebra Seminar

We meet Wednesdays at 4:00 p.m. in SE 215


> Next Talk:

On Wednesday, April 14, at 4:00 p.m.

Helene Tyler, Ph.D.
(Manhattan College, New York)


will speak in the Mathematical Sciences Colloquium on

Reflections on graphs and a measure for the position of a module

Click here for the announcement.


> Future Talks:


> Previous Talks:
Tuesday, September 29 Gene Klein, Keiser University (Fort Lauderdale) The pedagogical and mathematical implications of treating the minus sign as a heteronym
Tuesday, October 20 Ahmet Emin Tatar, Florida State University Abelian Sheaves and Picard Stacks
Tuesday, October 27 Ivana Ilic Constructing collisions for the Tillich-Zémor hash function
Tuesday, November 17 Robert Lubarsky Infinite time Turing machines and their iterates
Tuesday, November 24 Bernd Losert Fourier analysis on group algebras
Tuesday, December 1 Adriana Suarez Corona (Universidad de Oviedo, Spain) Attribute-based key establishment
Monday, December 21 K. T. Arasu (Wright State University) Perfect sequence constructions
Wednesday, January 20
(Colloquium)
Bernhard Keller (Université Paris Diderot - Paris 7) Cluster algebras and triangulated categories
Wednesday, February 3 Madeline González Muñiz Cryptanalysis of a Message Recognition Protocol by Mashatan and Stinson
Wednesday, February 24 Shaun Sullivan The Pincherle Ring
Wednesday, March 3
(Colloquium)
Prof. Dr. Hans-Dietrich Gronau (Rostock University, Germany) 50th IMO --- 50 years of IMOs
Wednesday, March 17
(Colloquium)
Prof. Dr. Thomas Kühn,
(Universität Leipzig, Germany)
Limiting real interpolation spaces


> Seminar Organizers:

> Past Seminars:

For nostalgic reasons you can consult the Previous Programs of this seminar: Fall 1999, Spring 2000, Fall 2000, Spring 2001, Fall 2001, Spring 2002, Fall 2002, Spring 2003, Fall 2003, Spring 2004, Fall 2004, Spring 2005, Spring 2006, Fall 2006, Spring 2007, Fall 2007, Spring and Summer 2008 Fall 2008/ Spring 2009
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