Mathematics Colloquium

The Mathematics Colloquia is a series of talks by the Willamette University Math Department and visiting speakers. These talks are aimed at faculty and undergraduate math students and will introduce the audience to fun, interesting applications of undergraduate mathematics, as well as more advanced topics in mathematics research. Unless otherwise noted, colloquium talks will be held Thursdays at 4:15 pm in Ford 102 or on Zoom (see weekly emails for details). We hope you can join us! 

Colloquium Schedule (Google Calendar)

Colloquium Schedule 2021-22 

December 2021

Howie Hua, Fresno State
What I Wish I Knew During My Undergraduate Years
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November 2021

Dr. Max Engelstein, University of Minnesota
A History of Harmonic Measure
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Dr. Justin Lanier, University of Chicago
Surfaces & their Symmetries
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Dr. Pamela E. Harris, Williams College
Parking Functions: Choose Your Own Adventure
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October 2021

Lani Southern (’23), Willamette University
No Three in a Theta: Variations on the no-three-in-a-line problem
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Dr. Kevin Milans, West Virginia University
Introduction to Turán Numbers
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Dr. Natasha Morrison, University of Victoria
The Mathematics Behind Map Coloring

September 2021

Dr. Calvin Deutschbein, Willamette University
Mapping Hardware Execution to Hyperplanes

Dr. Peter Otto, Willamette University
My 15-year Journey With Random Minimal Spanning Trees

Abstracts Archive

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Mathematics Department

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