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Colloquium Schedule Fall 2003 – Spring 2004

 Wednesday, Sept 17, 2003
 3:10pm, 107 DPC
Prof. Bob Franzosa, Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Maine
What is Applied Topology?

 Thursday, Sept 18, 2003
 2:10pm, 421 Neville
Xue Li, Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Maine
Statistical Inference for the Common Mean of Two Independent LogNormal Distributions

 Thursday, Oct 16, 2003
 2:10pm, 421 Neville
Xue Li, Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Maine
Statistical Inference for the Common Mean and Estimation of R=P(X < Y) of Two Independent LogNormal Distributions

 Thursday, Oct 23, 2003
 2:10pm, 100 Neville
Dr. Naitee Ting, Associate Director, Biostatistics Group Pfizer Global Research and Development New London, Connecticut
Statistical Applications in the Drug Development Process

 Thursday, Nov 6, 2003
 3:30pm, 115 DPC
Dr. Linda Rottmann, Onward Program, University of Maine
Brain Science and Learning Algebra

 Wednesday, Dec 10, 2003
 3:10pm, 421 Neville
Xue Li, Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Maine
Statistical Inference for the Common Mean of Two Independent LogNormal Distributions and Some Applications in Reliability

 Thursday, Dec 11, 2003
 2:30pm, 108 Neville
Carrie Diaz Eaton, Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Maine
Investigating the Dynamics of Mechanosensory Processing in the Cricket Cercal Sensory System

 Thursday, Jan 29, 2004
 2:10pm, 100 Neville
Dr. Andrew Knightly, Dept. of Mathematics, University of Rochester
Modular Forms and Galois Representations

 Monday, Feb 2, 2004
 2:10pm, 227 Neville
Dr. Rachel Weir, Dept. of Mathematics, University of Virginia
Invariant Subspaces and Extremal Functions in Weighted Bergman Spaces

 Thursday, Feb 5, 2004
 2:10pm, 100 Neville
Dr. Laura Ghezzi, Dept. of Mathematics, University of MissouriColombia
Valuations in Algebraic Geometry

 Monday, Feb 9, 2004
 2:10pm, 227 Neville
Artem Zvavitch, Dept. of Mathematics, University of MissouriColombia
Convex Bodies and the Fourier Transform

 Monday, Feb 9, 2004
 3:00pm, 105 DPC
Dr. James Barta, Dept. of Elementary Education, Utah State University
Singing Blocks, Talking Shapes, and Dancing Numbers: Mathematical Connections for Native American Students

 Wednesday, Mar 24, 2004
 3:10pm, 421 Neville
Dr. Sylvia ValdesLeon, Dept. of Mathematics, University of Southern Maine
Strongly Associate Rings

 Thursday, Mar 25, 2004
 3:10pm, 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

 Thursday, Apr 1, 2004
 2:10pm, 421 Neville
Anna Kettermann, Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Maine
Estimation of Standardized Mortality Ratio in Geographic Epidemiology

 Thursday, Apr 8, 2004
 3:10pm, 421 Neville Hall
Thomas Enkosky, Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Maine
An Algorithm to Determine the Monomials in a Polynomial Ideal

 Friday, Apr 9, 2004
 2:10pm, 211 Little Hall
Dr. Sat Gupta, Dept. of Mathematics, University of Southern Maine
Use of Randomized Response Techniques in Circumventing Social Desirability Response Bias In Personal Interview Surveys

 Thursday, Apr 15, 2004
 3:10pm, 421 Neville
Richard W. Beveridge, Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Maine
Developing a Survey to Assess Beliefs About Mathematics

 Friday, Apr 23, 2004
 2:10pm, 421 Neville
Carrie Eaton, Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Maine
Adaptive Landscapes in Evolutionary Modeling

 Thursday, May 6, 2004
 3:10pm, 421 Neville
Thomas Enkosky, Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Maine
Groebner Bases And An Algorithm To Find The Monomials Of An Ideal

 Friday, May 7, 2004
 11:00am, 421 Neville
Anna Kettermann, Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Maine
Heterogeneity in Estimation of Standardized Mortality Ratio in Geographic Epidemiology

 Friday, May 7, 2004
 1:10pm, 421 Neville
Richard Beveridge, Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Maine
The Disquisitiones Arithmeticae of C.F. Gauss and the group Z(p)*

 Thursday, May 20, 2004
 3:10pm, 421 Neville
Suzhong Tian, Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Maine
Power of tests on Risk Ratio in 2 X 2 Binomial Trials with Structural Zero

 Friday, June 4, 2004
 11:00am, 421 Neville
Anna Kettermann, Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Maine
Estimation of Standardized Mortality Ratio in Geographic Epidemiology
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