Colloquium Schedule  Colloquium Schedule Fall 2004 – Summer 2005

 Wednesday, Aug 25, 2004
 9:00am, 421 Neville
Suzhong Tian, Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Maine
Statistical Inference for the Risk Ratio in 2 X 2 Binomial Trials with Structural Zero

 Wednesday, Nov 3, 2004
 2:30pm, 100 Neville Hall
Dr. Ram C. Tripathi, Dept. of Management Science and Statistics, University of Texas at San Antonio
Weighted Leastsquares and Mximum Likelihood Estimation for Longitudinal Data with Truncated Observations: An Application in Pharmacokinetic Studies of Environmental Contaminants

 Thursday, Nov 4, 2004
 2:30pm, 100 Neville Hall
Dr. Arthur Benjamin, Dept. of Mathematics, Harvey Mudd College
Proofs That Really Count

 Thursday, Nov 4, 2004
 7:00pm, 100 Donald P. Corbett Hall
Dr. Arthur Benjamin, Dept. of Mathematics, Harvey Mudd College
What do you get when you cross a mathematician with a magician? Mathemagician!

 Thursday, Nov 11, 2004
 3:10pm, 100 Neville Hall
Dan Look, Dept. of Mathematics, Boston University
An Escape Trichotomy for Singularly Perturbed Complex Polynomials

 Thursday, Dec 9, 2004
 2:00pm, 421 Neville Hall
Katherine Merrill, Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Maine
Ramanujan’s Entry 20

 Wednesday, Feb 2, 2005
 3:00pm, 421 NV
Amanda Criner, Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Maine
 Internet Epidemiology

 Monday, Feb 7, 2005
 3:00pm, 105 DPC
Dr. Richard Jordan, Dynamics Technology, Inc.
Mathematical Modeling and Analysis of Spatial Epidemics

 Thursday, Feb 10, 2005
 1:10pm, 131 Barrows
Katherine Merrill, Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Maine
Ramanujan’s Formula for the Riemann Zeta Function Extended to LFunctions

 Thursday, Feb 10, 2005
 3:00pm, 105 DPC
Dr. Anita Layton, Mathematics Dept., Duke University
Mathematical Modeling of Renal Physiology

 Thursday, Feb 24, 2005
 2:10pm, 421 Neville
Prof. Fernando Gouvea, Dept. of Mathematics, Colby College
On padic numbers and their history

 Thursday, March 17, 2005
 3:00pm, 105 DPC
Dr. Neil Portnoy, Stony Brook University (SUNY)
How do preservice teachers’ understandings of function develop while engaging in a curriculum module in knot theory?

 Thursday, March 24, 2005
 11:00am, 421 Neville Hall
Hui Tao, Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Maine
An Investigation of False Discovery Rates in Multiple Testing Under Dependence

 Monday, March 28, 2005
 3:00pm, 105 DPC
Dr. Andre Khalil, Jackson Laboratory
Wavelets and Fractals: From Astrophysics to BioMedical Image Analysis

 Thursday, March 31, 2005
 3:00pm, 421 Neville
Dr. Charles Li, Dept of Mathematics, UCLA
A new proof of the Petersson Trace Formula

 Thursday, April 14, 2005
 11:00am, 421 Neville Hall
Hui Tao, Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Maine
An Investigation of False Discovery Rates in Multiple Testing Under Dependence

 Monday, April 18, 2005
 3:10pm, 107 DPC
Richard Haynes, Dept. of Mathematics, University of Chicago
From the Exotic to the Mundane in Topology

 Friday, April 22, 2005
 3:10pm, 202 Shibles
Nancy Austin, University of Southern Maine
The Implications of Middle School Teacher Research Data for Teacher Certification

 Thursday, May 12, 2005
 2:00pm, 210 Neville
Hui Tao, Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Maine
An Investigation of False Discovery Rates in Multiple Testing Under Dependence

 Friday, July 15, 2005
 2:00pm, 419 Neville
Brooke Feigon, Dept of Mathematics, UCLA
From Classical Automorphic Forms to Base Change and a Relative Trace Formula in the Local Field Setting
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