Mathematics & Statistics Colloquium 2014 - 2015


All talks are open to the public and will be held this semester in the Engineering and Computing Center, Room 130 at 3:00 pm unless otherwise noted.

Upcoming Talks

    Talks will resume in the Fall


Past Talks

April 29, 2015   Statistics Students Working with the St. Cloud School District
David Robinson, Michael Ernst and the District 742 Data Analytics Team
March 25, 2015   Negative Measurements in Geometry
Brandon Rowekamp - Mathematics & Statistics Department, MSU - Mankato
March 4, 2015   Big Data: Definition, Applications, Impact
Richard Sundheim - Mathematics & Statistics Department, SCSU
January 21, 2015   On Raising Calculus to the Surface
Dale Buske - Mathematics & Statistics Department, SCSU
December 3, 2014   Statistics Students Working with Stearns County Criminal Justice Data
David Robinson and the Jail Team - Mathematics & Statistics Department, SCSU
November 19, 2014   On Confidence Intervals from Permutation Tests
Michael Ernst - Mathematics & Statistics Department, SCSU
November 13, 2014   The Riemann Zeta Function
Friedrich Littmann - Mathematics Department, NDSU
November 6,2014   Prime Numbers, Quantum Chaos, and Pseudo-Laplacians
Amy DeCelles - Mathematics Department, University of St. Thomas
October 23, 2014   The Beauty of Bezout and Riemann-Roch
Robert Campbell III - Mathematics Department, St. John's University
October 8, 2014   A Minimax Contrast for the Isotonic Change-Point Problem
Karl D'Silva - Mathematics & Statistics Department, SCSU
September 25, 2014   Episodes of “Symbolic Algebra” in China
Jeff Chen - Mathematics & Statistics Department, SCSU

From 2013-2014

From 2012-2013


For more information, contact:

Dale Buske

Michael Ernst



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