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A tribute to Professor Ellis Cumberbatch (1934-2021)

Zoom

Title: A tribute to Professor Ellis Cumberbatch (1934-2021) Abstract: The math colloquium on December 1st will be devoted to remembrances of our beloved CGU colleague Professor Ellis Cumberbatch, a pillar […]

Where do Putnam problems come from? (Prof. Andrew Bernoff)

Title: Where do Putnam problems come from? Speaker: Andrew Bernoff, Department of Mathematics, Harvey Mudd College Abstract: The William Lowell Putnam Exam is the preeminent mathematics competition for undergraduate college students […]

Using Stitching for faster sampling (Prof. Mark Huber)

Title: Using Stitching for faster sampling Speaker: Mark Huber, Department of Mathematics, Claremont McKenna College Abstract: Point processes are used to model location data, such as the locations of trees in a forest, […]

Exploiting metric structure for more accurate classification (Prof. Mike Izbicki)

Zoom meeting

Title: Exploiting metric structure for more accurate classification Speaker: Mike Izbicki, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Claremont McKenna College Abstract: Classification problems often have many semantically similar classes.  For example, the famous ImageNet dataset […]

Applied Math Seminar — Yunied Puig de Dios (CMC)

Emmy Noether Room, Estella 1021, Pomona College, as well as on Zoom 610 N. College Ave., Claremont, CA

Title: Modern techniques to approach the invariant subspace problem Abstract:  The invariant subspace problem is by far one of the most important problems in operator theory. It has been open […]