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SUMMARY:Applied Math Seminar: Harlin Lee (UCLA)
DESCRIPTION:Title: Understanding scientific fields with network analysis and topic modeling\n\nAbstract: As scientific disciplines get larger\, it becomes impossible for an individual researcher to be familiar with the entire body of literature\, which forces them to specialize in a sub-field. Such insulation can hinder the birth of ideas that arise from new connections\, eventually slowing down scientific progress. As such\, discovering fruitful interdisciplinary connections by analyzing scientific publications is an important problem in the science of science. This talk will present several past and ongoing projects in answering that question using tools from network analysis and topic modeling: 1) a dynamic-embedding-based method for link prediction in a machine learning semantic network\, where the nodes are concepts in machine learning\, and the time-stamped edges indicate co-occurrence in scientific papers\, and 2) finding communities in cognitive science that study similar topics but do not cite each other or publish in the same venues.
URL:https://colleges.claremont.edu/ccms/event/applied-math-seminar-harlin-lee-ucla/
LOCATION:Shanahan 2407 at Harvey Mudd College\, Claremont\, CA\, 91711\, United States
CATEGORIES:Applied Math Seminar
ORGANIZER;CN="Heather%20Zinn%20Brooks":MAILTO:hzinnbrooks@g.hmc.edu
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DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221004T121500
DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221004T131000
DTSTAMP:20221003T164421
CREATED:20220829T210323Z
LAST-MODIFIED:20221003T234340Z
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SUMMARY:Recent developments on the slice rank polynomial method with applications (Mohamed Omar\, HMC)
DESCRIPTION:The slice rank polynomial method\, motivated by groundbreaking work of Croot\, Lev and Pach and refined by Tao\, has opened the door to the resolution of many problems in extremal combinatorics. We survey these results and discuss contributions in several of the speaker’s recent papers.
URL:https://colleges.claremont.edu/ccms/event/antc-talk-mohamed-omar-hmc/
LOCATION:Davidson Lecture Hall\, CMC\, 340 E 9th St\, Claremont\, CA\, 91711\, United States
CATEGORIES:Algebra / Number Theory / Combinatorics Seminar
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DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221005T161500
DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221005T173000
DTSTAMP:20221003T164421
CREATED:20220824T231222Z
LAST-MODIFIED:20220824T231806Z
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SUMMARY:How do mathematicians believe? (Prof. Brian P Katz)
DESCRIPTION:Title: How do mathematicians believe? \nSpeaker: Brian P Katz (BK)\, Department of Mathematics and Statistics\, CSU\, Long Beach \nAbstract: Love it or hate it\, many people believe that mathematics gives humans access to a kind of truth that is more absolute and universal than other disciplines. If this claim is true\, we must ask: what makes the origins and processes of mathematics special and how can our messy\, biological brains connect to the absolute? If the claim is false\, then what becomes of truth in mathematics? In this session\, we will discuss beliefs about truth and how they play out in the mathematics classroom\, trying to understand a little about identity\, authority\, and tertiary education. \n\nBrian P Katz (BK) is faculty in Mathematics Education at CSULB. BK is passionate about interactions between inquiry\, epistemology\, identity\, authority\, and justice as both a scholar and teacher\, especially in the context of preparing teachers to lead student-centered and rehumanizing classrooms of their own. BK is Associate and Communications Editor with PRIMUS\, a former Chair of IBL SIGMAA\, a current member of the executive committee of SIGMAA RUME\, an MAA textbook author\, co-Editor of the inclusion/exclusion blog\, co-Editor-in-Chief of the MAA Notes textbook series\, and an Associate Director of Project NExT. BK supports two of the best cats in the world and loves to sing.
URL:https://colleges.claremont.edu/ccms/event/how-do-mathematicians-believe-prof-brian-p-katz/
LOCATION:Humanities Auditorium\, Scripps College\, and Zoom\, Claremont\, CA\, 91711\, United States
CATEGORIES:Colloquium
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DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221006T160000
DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221006T170000
DTSTAMP:20221003T164421
CREATED:20221002T165522Z
LAST-MODIFIED:20221002T165522Z
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SUMMARY:On Schauder's Theorem and $s$-numbers (Daniel Akech Thiong\, CGU)
DESCRIPTION:Let $\mathcal{L}(X\,Y)$ denote the normed vector space of all continuous operators from $X$ to $Y$\, $X^*$ be the dual space of $X$\, and $\mathcal{K}(X\,Y)$ denote the collection of all compact operators from $X$ to $Y$. Denote by $T^{*} \in \mathcal{L}(Y^{*}\, X^{*} )$ the adjoint operator of $T\in \mathcal{L} (X\, Y)$. The well known theorem of Schauder states that $T \in \mathcal{K}(X\,Y) \iff T^{*} \in \mathcal{K}(Y^{*}\,X^{*})$. When an operator fails to be compact\, it is sometimes useful to be able to quantify the degree to which it fails to be compact\, which has led to the introduction of certain approximation quantities\, usually called $s$-numbers\, and are closely related to singular values. Specifically\, the concept of \textit{s-numbers}\, $s_n(T)$\, arises from the need to assign to every operator $T: X \to Y$ a certain sequence of numbers $\{s_n(T)\}$ such that $$ s_1(T) \geq s_2(T) \geq \dots \geq 0$$ which characterizes the degree of compactness/non-compactness of $T$. The main examples of s-numbers include approximation numbers and Kolmogorov numbers. Motivated by Schauder’s theorem\, in this talk I will present the relationship between various $s$-numbers of an operator $T$ and its adjoint $T^*$ between Banach spaces. Joint work with Asuman G. Aksoy. \n1. A. G. Aksoy\, On a theorem of Terzioğlu\, Turk J Math\, 43\, (2019)\, 258-267.2. A. G. Aksoy and M. Nakamura\, The approximation numbers $\gamma_n(T )$ and Q–compactness\, Math. Japon. 31 (1986)\, no. 6\, 827-840.3. K. Astala\, On measures of non-compactness and ideal variations in Banachspaces\, Ann. Acad. Sci. Fenn. Ser. AI Math. Dissertations 29\, (1980)\, 1-42.4. B. Carl and I. Stephani\, Entropy\, compactness and the approximation of oper-ators\, Cambridge University Press\, 1990.5. C. V. Hutton\, On approximation numbers and its adjoint. Math. Ann. 210(1974)\, 277-280.6. Oja\, Eve\, and Silja Veidenberg. ”Principle of local reflexivity respecting nestsof subspaces and the nest approximation properties.” Journal of FunctionalAnalysis 273.9 (2017): 2916-2938.7. A.Pietsch\, Operator ideals\, North-Holland\, Amsterdam\, 1980.
URL:https://colleges.claremont.edu/ccms/event/on-schauders-theorem-and-s-numbers-daniel-akech-thiong-cgu/
LOCATION:Roberts North 105\, CMC\, 320 E. 9th St.\, Claremont\, CA\, 91711\, United States
CATEGORIES:Analysis Seminar
ORGANIZER;CN="Asuman%20Aksoy":MAILTO:asuman.aksoy@claremontmckenna.edu
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DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221010T161500
DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221010T171500
DTSTAMP:20221003T164421
CREATED:20220909T224751Z
LAST-MODIFIED:20220929T215737Z
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SUMMARY:Applied Math Seminar: Adam Waterbury (UCSB)
DESCRIPTION:Title: Approximating Quasi-Stationary Distributions with Interacting Reinforced Markov Chains\n\nAbstract: An important question in ecology is what conditions must be met for a population of interacting species to coexist. In realistic models of such populations\, after a large enough amount of time has passed\, one or more of the species are sure to face extinction. However\, the time that it takes for extinction to occur can be quite large\, so it is natural to consider whether the population can sustain any long-term coexistence before any of the species are extinct. This metastability is captured in the notion of a quasi-stationary distribution (QSD). However\, calculating the QSD of such a system can be numerically difficult\, as it amounts to solving a system of nonlinear equations\, which has led to a wide range of simulation-based methods that can be used to efficiently approximate QSD. In the first part of this talk I introduce two new simulation-based methods for approximating QSD that are described in terms of a large collection of interacting particles known as reinforced Markov chains. In the second part of this talk I discuss some related work studying the rare-event asymptotics of a related class of reinforced Markov chains.
URL:https://colleges.claremont.edu/ccms/event/applied-math-seminar-adam-waterbury-ucsb/
LOCATION:Shanahan 2407 at Harvey Mudd College\, Claremont\, CA\, 91711\, United States
CATEGORIES:Applied Math Seminar
ORGANIZER;CN="Heather%20Zinn%20Brooks":MAILTO:hzinnbrooks@g.hmc.edu
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DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221011T121500
DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221011T131000
DTSTAMP:20221003T164421
CREATED:20220825T192011Z
LAST-MODIFIED:20220825T192011Z
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SUMMARY:ANTC talk -- Max Forst (CGU)
DESCRIPTION:
URL:https://colleges.claremont.edu/ccms/event/antc-talk-max-forst-cgu/
LOCATION:TBA
CATEGORIES:Algebra / Number Theory / Combinatorics Seminar
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DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221012T161500
DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221012T173000
DTSTAMP:20221003T164421
CREATED:20220830T231051Z
LAST-MODIFIED:20220921T214729Z
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SUMMARY:Human Computers in Astronomy: Women Astronomers at Mount Wilson Observatory during the Early Twentieth Century (Prof. Eun-Joo Ahn)
DESCRIPTION:Title: Human Computers in Astronomy: Women Astronomers at Mount Wilson Observatory during the Early Twentieth Century \nSpeaker: Eun-Joo Ahn\, Department of History\, UC Santa Barbara \n\nAbstract: Mount Wilson Observatory was founded by astrophysicist George Ellery Hale in 1904 with funding from the Carnegie Institution of Washington. Since then\, it has become one of the most prominent astronomical observatories during the first half of the twentieth century\, whose astronomers contributed to understanding the characteristics of the sun and the structure of our universe. When considering astronomers and science at MWO in the early years\, we will likely think of Hale and his male colleagues who worked to build the large telescopes and the astronomical research they carried out. We tend to overlook the women astronomers at MWO and the contribution they made while we pay attention to the more prominent men astronomers. It is easy to lose sight of these women scientists as they left few written records\, their workspaces have been remodeled\, and little if any of the instruments they used to carry out the measurements remain today. As human computers\, their tasks were mostly restricted to measuring positions or spectral lines of photographic plates\, and they did not have the same opportunity to expand their work to new challenges and roles. By reconstructing their contribution to the scientific work at MWO\, we can better understand how astronomers at MWO carried out the scientific discoveries and achievements at MWO that made this place prominent. In this talk\, I narrate what it was like to be a woman scientist at MWO during its first decade. \n\n\n\n\n\nEun-Joo Ahn is a historian of science researching how astronomers in Southern California interacted with their natural and socio-economic environment during the early twentieth century. She is a PhD Candidate in the Department of History at the University of California Santa Barbara. Previously\, she received her PhD in Astronomy and Astrophysics from the University of Chicago and worked on particle astrophysics as a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Delaware and Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory.
URL:https://colleges.claremont.edu/ccms/event/eun-joo-ahn/
LOCATION:Humanities Auditorium\, Scripps College\, and Zoom\, Claremont\, CA\, 91711\, United States
CATEGORIES:Colloquium
GEO:34.1035221214;-117.709766675
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DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221024T161500
DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221024T171500
DTSTAMP:20221003T164421
CREATED:20220913T161358Z
LAST-MODIFIED:20220913T161358Z
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SUMMARY:Applied Math Seminar: Angel Chavez (Pomona)
DESCRIPTION:Title: TBA \nAbstract: TBA
URL:https://colleges.claremont.edu/ccms/event/applied-math-seminar-angel-chavez-pomona/
LOCATION:Shanahan 2407 at Harvey Mudd College\, Claremont\, CA\, 91711\, United States
CATEGORIES:Applied Math Seminar
ORGANIZER;CN="Heather%20Zinn%20Brooks":MAILTO:hzinnbrooks@g.hmc.edu
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DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221024T161500
DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221024T171500
DTSTAMP:20221003T164421
CREATED:20220929T220052Z
LAST-MODIFIED:20220929T220052Z
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SUMMARY:Applied Math Seminar: Susan Friedlander (USC)
DESCRIPTION:Title: Kolmogorov\, Onsager and a Dyadic Model for Turbulence \nAbstract: We will briefly review Kolmogorov’s ( 41) theory of homogeneous turbulence\nand Onsager’s ( 49 ) conjecture that in 3-dimensional turbulent flows energy\ndissipation might exist even in the limit of vanishing viscosity. \nAlthough over the past 70 years there is a vast body of literature related to this subject\,\nat present there is no rigorous mathematical proof that the solutions to the Navier-Stokes\nequations yield Kolmogorov’s laws. For this reason various models have been introduced\nthat are more tractable but capture some of the essential features of the Navier-Stokes\nequations themselves. We will discuss one such dyadic model for turbulent energy cascades.\nWe will describe how results can be used to prove this dyadic model is consistent with\nKolmogorov’s theory and Onsager’s conjecture. \nAspects of the work are joint with Alexey Cheskidov\, Nathan Glatt-Holtz\, Roman Shvydkoy\, and Vlad Vicol.
URL:https://colleges.claremont.edu/ccms/event/applied-math-seminar-susan-friedlander-usc/
LOCATION:Shanahan 2407 at Harvey Mudd College\, Claremont\, CA\, 91711\, United States
CATEGORIES:Applied Math Seminar
ORGANIZER;CN="Heather%20Zinn%20Brooks":MAILTO:hzinnbrooks@g.hmc.edu
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DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221025T121500
DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221025T131000
DTSTAMP:20221003T164421
CREATED:20220906T160323Z
LAST-MODIFIED:20220906T160323Z
UID:2834-1666700100-1666703400@colleges.claremont.edu
SUMMARY:ANTC talk -- Sarah Cannon (CMC)
DESCRIPTION:
URL:https://colleges.claremont.edu/ccms/event/antc-talk-sarah-cannon-cmc/
LOCATION:Estella 1021\, Pomona College\, Claremont\, CA\, 91711\, United States
CATEGORIES:Algebra / Number Theory / Combinatorics Seminar
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DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221026T161500
DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221026T173000
DTSTAMP:20221003T164421
CREATED:20220830T231139Z
LAST-MODIFIED:20220928T195647Z
UID:2806-1666800900-1666805400@colleges.claremont.edu
SUMMARY:Frequentist Model Averaging in the Generalized Multinomial Logit Model (Prof. Tonia Zeng)
DESCRIPTION:Title: Frequentist Model Averaging in the Generalized Multinomial Logit Model \nSpeaker: Tonia Zeng\, Applied Business Sciences and Economics\, University of La Verne \nAbstract: The generalized multinomial logit (GMNL) model accommodates scale heterogeneity to the random parameters logit (RPL) model. It has been often used to study people’s preferences and predict people’s decisions in many areas\, such as health economics\, marketing\, agricultural studies\, transportation research and public policy. However\, there are few works studying the efficiency of this model estimator and the corresponding estimation and prediction risks. In this paper\, we use a frequentist model averaging (FMA) estimator to reduce the estimation and prediction risks of the GMNL model estimator. We show that the asymptotic squared error risk of the FMA estimator dominates that of the GMNL model estimator. The accuracy of the predicted choices is also higher based on the FMA estimates compared to the results based on the GMNL estimates. In the empirical analyses\, using the FMA estimator improves the percentage of correct predicted choices by 10% compared to the results based on the GMNL estimates. This paper provides a more efficient alternative to the GMNL model to capture people’s preferences and predict people’s choices. \n\n\n\n\n\nTong (Tonia) Zeng is an economics professor\, specializing in econometrics at the University of La Verne. She is visiting in the Institute of Mathematical Sciences at Claremont Graduate University this semester. Her research interests include discrete choice models\, model averaging and machine learning.
URL:https://colleges.claremont.edu/ccms/event/tonia-zeng/
LOCATION:Humanities Auditorium\, Scripps College\, and Zoom\, Claremont\, CA\, 91711\, United States
CATEGORIES:Colloquium
GEO:34.1035221214;-117.709766675
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BEGIN:VEVENT
DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221031T161500
DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221031T171500
DTSTAMP:20221003T164421
CREATED:20220909T224518Z
LAST-MODIFIED:20220909T224518Z
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SUMMARY:Applied Math Seminar: Anna Nelson (Duke)
DESCRIPTION:Title: TBA \nAbstract: TBA \n
URL:https://colleges.claremont.edu/ccms/event/applied-math-seminar-anna-nelson-duke/
LOCATION:Shanahan 2407 at Harvey Mudd College\, Claremont\, CA\, 91711\, United States
CATEGORIES:Applied Math Seminar
ORGANIZER;CN="Heather%20Zinn%20Brooks":MAILTO:hzinnbrooks@g.hmc.edu
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221101T121500
DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221101T131000
DTSTAMP:20221003T164421
CREATED:20220906T211012Z
LAST-MODIFIED:20220906T211012Z
UID:2839-1667304900-1667308200@colleges.claremont.edu
SUMMARY:ANTC talk -- Dwight Anderson Williams II (Pomona)
DESCRIPTION:
URL:https://colleges.claremont.edu/ccms/event/antc-talk-dwight-anderson-williams-ii-pomona/
LOCATION:TBA
CATEGORIES:Algebra / Number Theory / Combinatorics Seminar
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BEGIN:VEVENT
DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221102T161500
DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221102T173000
DTSTAMP:20221003T164421
CREATED:20220912T190050Z
LAST-MODIFIED:20220912T190050Z
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SUMMARY:Prof. Josiah Park
DESCRIPTION:Speaker: Josiah Park\, Department of Mathematics\, Texas A&M University
URL:https://colleges.claremont.edu/ccms/event/prof-josiah-park/
LOCATION:Humanities Auditorium\, Scripps College\, and Zoom\, Claremont\, CA\, 91711\, United States
CATEGORIES:Colloquium
GEO:34.1035221214;-117.709766675
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BEGIN:VEVENT
DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221108T121500
DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221108T131000
DTSTAMP:20221003T164421
CREATED:20220824T204820Z
LAST-MODIFIED:20220824T204820Z
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SUMMARY:ANTC talk -- Arvind Suresh (University of Arizona\, Tucson)
DESCRIPTION:
URL:https://colleges.claremont.edu/ccms/event/antc-talk-arvind-suresh-university-of-arizona-tucson/
LOCATION:TBA
CATEGORIES:Algebra / Number Theory / Combinatorics Seminar
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221109T161500
DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221109T173000
DTSTAMP:20221003T164421
CREATED:20220830T231225Z
LAST-MODIFIED:20220830T231728Z
UID:2807-1668010500-1668015000@colleges.claremont.edu
SUMMARY:Prof. Edouard Oudet
DESCRIPTION:Speaker: Edouard Oudet\, LJK\, Université Grenoble Alpes
URL:https://colleges.claremont.edu/ccms/event/edouard-oudet/
LOCATION:Humanities Auditorium\, Scripps College\, and Zoom\, Claremont\, CA\, 91711\, United States
CATEGORIES:Colloquium
GEO:34.1035221214;-117.709766675
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BEGIN:VEVENT
DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221114T161500
DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221114T171500
DTSTAMP:20221003T164421
CREATED:20220919T154642Z
LAST-MODIFIED:20220919T154642Z
UID:2932-1668442500-1668446100@colleges.claremont.edu
SUMMARY:Applied Math Seminar: Jahrul Alum (Memorial University of Newfoundland)
DESCRIPTION:Title: TBA \nAbstract: TBA
URL:https://colleges.claremont.edu/ccms/event/applied-math-seminar-jahrul-alum-memorial-university-of-newfoundland/
LOCATION:Shanahan 2407 at Harvey Mudd College\, Claremont\, CA\, 91711\, United States
CATEGORIES:Applied Math Seminar
ORGANIZER;CN="Heather%20Zinn%20Brooks":MAILTO:hzinnbrooks@g.hmc.edu
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221115T121500
DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221115T131000
DTSTAMP:20221003T164421
CREATED:20220823T003904Z
LAST-MODIFIED:20220823T003904Z
UID:2786-1668514500-1668517800@colleges.claremont.edu
SUMMARY:ANTC talk (Kate Petersen\, University of Minnesota Duluth)
DESCRIPTION:
URL:https://colleges.claremont.edu/ccms/event/antc-talk-kate-petersen-university-of-minnesota-duluth/
LOCATION:TBA
CATEGORIES:Algebra / Number Theory / Combinatorics Seminar
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221116T161500
DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221116T173000
DTSTAMP:20221003T164421
CREATED:20220830T231344Z
LAST-MODIFIED:20220830T231551Z
UID:2808-1668615300-1668619800@colleges.claremont.edu
SUMMARY:Prof. Kate Petersen
DESCRIPTION:Speaker: Kate Petersen\, Department of Mathematics and Statistics\, CSU\, University of Minnesota Duluth
URL:https://colleges.claremont.edu/ccms/event/kate-petersen/
LOCATION:Humanities Auditorium\, Scripps College\, and Zoom\, Claremont\, CA\, 91711\, United States
CATEGORIES:Colloquium
GEO:34.1035221214;-117.709766675
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221121T161500
DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221121T171500
DTSTAMP:20221003T164421
CREATED:20220905T171325Z
LAST-MODIFIED:20220905T171325Z
UID:2830-1669047300-1669050900@colleges.claremont.edu
SUMMARY:Applied Math Seminar: Junshan Lin (Auburn)
DESCRIPTION:Title: TBA \nAbstract: TBA
URL:https://colleges.claremont.edu/ccms/event/applied-math-seminar-junshan-lin-auburn/
LOCATION:Shanahan 2407 at Harvey Mudd College\, Claremont\, CA\, 91711\, United States
CATEGORIES:Applied Math Seminar
ORGANIZER;CN="Heather%20Zinn%20Brooks":MAILTO:hzinnbrooks@g.hmc.edu
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221128T161500
DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221128T171500
DTSTAMP:20221003T164421
CREATED:20220920T153253Z
LAST-MODIFIED:20220920T153253Z
UID:2939-1669652100-1669655700@colleges.claremont.edu
SUMMARY:Applied Math Seminar: Juergen Kritschgau (Carnegie Mellon)
DESCRIPTION:Title: TBA \nAbstract: TBA
URL:https://colleges.claremont.edu/ccms/event/applied-math-seminar-juergen-kritschgau-carnegie-mellon/
LOCATION:Shanahan 2407 at Harvey Mudd College\, Claremont\, CA\, 91711\, United States
CATEGORIES:Applied Math Seminar
ORGANIZER;CN="Heather%20Zinn%20Brooks":MAILTO:hzinnbrooks@g.hmc.edu
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221130T161500
DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20221130T173000
DTSTAMP:20221003T164421
CREATED:20220912T190237Z
LAST-MODIFIED:20220912T190237Z
UID:2914-1669824900-1669829400@colleges.claremont.edu
SUMMARY:Prof. Jack Wesley
DESCRIPTION:Speaker: Jack Wesley\, Department of Mathematics\, UC Davis
URL:https://colleges.claremont.edu/ccms/event/prof-jack-wesley/
LOCATION:Humanities Auditorium\, Scripps College\, and Zoom\, Claremont\, CA\, 91711\, United States
CATEGORIES:Colloquium
GEO:34.1035221214;-117.709766675
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