Marquette University

Department of Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science

Colloquium Schedule

Colloquium talks are usually given in Room 401 of the Katharine Reed Cudahy building. Unless otherwise stated, talks begin at 4:00PM with pre-colloquium refreshments in Room 342 at 3:30PM.

Here is the current schedule for the 1998-99 school year.


Sep 24	[Departmental Meeting, 3:30 p.m.]

Oct 1	Andreas Blass, University of Michigan, "Nearly countable cardinals"

Oct 15	Klaus Miescke, University of Illinois-Chicago, "Bayes m-truncated
	sampling allocations for selecting the best Bernoulli population"

Oct 29	Hira Koul, Michigan State University,  "Second order behaviour of 
	M-estimators in linear regression with long memory errors"

Nov 5	Jianrong Wu, University of Toronto, "Higher-order asymptotic
	likelihood inference"

Nov 12	Bruce Wade, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, "Weighted numerical
	methods for evolution problems"


Feb 4	Stephen Merrill and Brian Murphy, Marquette University, "Modeling
	Engraftment following Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation"

Feb 11	[Departmental Meeting, 3:30 p.m.]

Feb 25	Craig Guilbault, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, "Metric
	Geometry:  Curvature in Metric Spaces"

Mar 18	Francis Pastijn, Marquette University, "Idempotent Semirings"

Apr 8	Gaik Melikian, Marquette University, "Modular Variation on a 
	Theme of Maximal Subalgebras"

Apr 15	David Ellis, Beloit College, "Idempotents and Automorphisms in 
	Topological Dynamics"

Apr 22	Alex Ryba, Marquette University, "Finite Simple Subgroups of
	Simple Lie Groups"

May 6	[Departmental Meeting, 3:30 p.m.]

Questions about the Colloquium series may be directed to Karl Byleen (email: , phone: 414-288-6343)

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