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Colloquium talks will be held in the Katharine Reed Cudahy Building, Room 401 on the Marquette University campus. Please address inquiries/suggestions to Dr. Hamedani.

Colloquium dates and speakers for Fall 2015 - Unless specified, the talks will begin at 1:00pm CT on Mondays in Room 401 at Cudahy Hall.


September 14th at 1:00 - Dr. Michael Slattery, MSCS Department, Marquette University: A Tricky Automorphism

September 21st at 1:00 - Dr. Md Munirul Haque, Regenstrief Center for Healthcare Engineering, Purdue University: Medical Device Alarm Management

September 28th at 1:00 - Dr. G.G. Hamedani, MSCS Department, Marquette University: Characterizations of Probability Distribution Through Sub-Independence, Max-Sub-Independence and Conditional Sub-Independence

October 5th at 1:00 - Dr. Bruce McMillan, Department of Computer Science, Missouri University of Science and Technology: Information Flow Properties for Security in Cyber-Physical Systems

October 12th at 1:00 - Dr. Yaser Samadi, Department of Mathematics, Southern Illinois University: Multiple Multivariate Time Series Models

October 19th at 1:00 - Dr. Marko Budišić, Department of Mathematics, University of Wisconsin - Madison: Applied Koopmanism

October 26th at 1:00 - Dr. John Engbers, MSCS Department, Marquette University: Variations on Peg Solitaire on Graphs

November 2nd at 1:00 - Dr. Bruce Edwards, Department of Mathematics, University of Florida - Gainesville: What is Non-Euclidean Geometry?

November 9th at 1:00 - Dr. Mehdi Maadooliat, MSCS Department, Marquette University: Integrating Data Transformation in (Functional) Principal Components Analysis

November 16th at 1:00 - Dr. Ying Sun, Division of CEMSE, King Abdullah University of Science & Technology (KAUST): Approximating Likelihoods for Large Environmental Datasets

November 23rd at 1:00 - Duc Do & Md Osman Gani, MSCS Department, Marquette University

December 7th at 1:00 - Emily Paulson & Kevin Liu, MSCS Department, Marquette University: Respiration and Motion Correction Processing Operations Induce Correlations in fMRI / Global Intensity Normalization Induces Correlation in fMRI




Summer 2015 Research Experience

The Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science hosted a Summer 2015 Research Experience (REU) for Undergraduates. This program provides undergraduates with an intensive, faculty-mentored, summer research experience in the areas of applied mathematics, high-performance computing, statistics, ubiquitous systems and mathematics education. Learn more