Many Cheerful Facts: The talks are usually given by graduate students and are aimed at a general mathematics audience.
If you are interested in giving a talk and/or want some ideas for a talk, please contact Jason Ferguson (JMF at Math) .
|Feb. 12||Jason Ferguson||Minkowski Theory and the Four-Squares Theorem|
|Feb. 19||Michael Pejic||Freaky Fractional Derivatives|
|March 12||Adam Boocher||The Weird and Wonderful Chemistry of the Look-and-say sequence|
|April 2||Andrew Niles||A Basic Introduction to Elliptic Curves|
|April 9||Julia Erhard||An Independent Statement of Pure Mathematics|
|April 16||Shuchao Bi||Many Cheerful Facts and Conjectures about Commuting Varieties|
|April 23||Vinicius Gripp||A Geometric Approach to the Exterior Derivative and Stokes' Theorem|
|April 30||Holger Kammeyer||Fair and Unfair Prices for Financial Derivatives|
|Jun. 25||Taryn Flock||Laplacians on a Family of Quadratic Julia Sets|
|Jul. 9||Jason Ferguson||Pointwise Convergence of Fourier Series|
Previously on Many Cheerful Facts: 2009 (Spring, Fall,)2008, 2007, 2006 (fall, spring), 2005, 2001–2004.