Loyola University Maryland

Department of Mathematics and Statistics

Seminars

These seminars are forums for (but not limited to) talks from visiting faculty as well as from the Loyola Mathematics and Statistics faculty. The talks are about 45 minutes, followed by a 10-15 minute discussion, and are geared for nonspecialist faculty and junior-senior level math majors (knowledge of at least linear algebra and differential equations is assumed). Anyone is welcome to attend. Refreshments will be provided 10 minutes before and after the talk.

If you would like to speak in the seminar or have any questions, please contact Dr. Jiyuan Tao by emailing jtao "at" loyola "dot" edu.

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2014-2015 Schedule
(in reverse chronological order)

Date
Room
Time
Speaker Title (click on title for abstract)
Apr 1
3:00-4:00
309 KH
Dr. Larry Brant
National Institute on Aging (retired)
Evaluating Disease Predictors with Repeated Measurements: A Longitudinal Study of Alzheimer's Disease
Feb 6
3:00-4:00
309 KH
Dr. Joseph Ganem
Loyola University Maryland
Energy Transfer in Solid-State Laser Materials
Nov 7
3:00-4:00
B01 KH
Dr. Michael Mascagni
Florida State University
Monte Carlo Methods: Early History and Recent Developments
Oct 3
3:00-4:00
309 KH
Dr. Chi-Kwong Li
College of William & Mary
Decomposition of Unitary Gates


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