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Mathematics Colloquia

Wavelets, the Molecules and Atoms of the Mathematical Universe
Josip Derado, Kennesaw State University

Tuesday March 25  2:30pm  Q207

 

The Life of Pi: On the Life and Contributions of Ramanujan
Zhu Cao, SPSU Q202, 3:14 PM  Piday March 14

 

New Problems in Matrix Theory
Ulrica Wilson, Morehouse College/ICERM

Tuesday,  February 18   2:30 PM   Q207
Refreshments 2 PM Building D Second Floor

Sum-Product Inequalities
Albert Bush, Georgia Institute of Technology

Tuesday,  October 22  3 PM  Q207
Refreshments 2:30 PM Building D Second Floor

 

Periods of sequences given by linear recurrence relations mod p
Alan Koch

Tuesday,  September 17  3 PM  Q207
Refreshments 2:30 PM Building D Second Floor

 

Symmetry Groups and Temari Balls Plus
Carolyn Yackel

Tuesday, March 26 2013   4 PM Q207
Refreshments 3:30 PM Building D Second Floor

 

Steven Edwards

Give Me a Place To Stand, and I Will Make You Pi
Thursday March 14, 2013  3:14 PM Q202
In Celebration of Pi Day

 

 

Mathematical Music Theory
Monday, February 25 2013  4pm  Q206
Meet the speaker:
coffee & cookies 3:30pm 2nd floor D

 

Projected Offerings

Projected Offerings for Mathematics

The following courses are expected to be offered by the Mathematics Department.  This projection is our best guess of our future course offerings. Because circumstances can change, it is not a guarantee.

 

Spring 2015
Day Classes

Math 3268, Probability Theory
Math 3310, Introduction to Advanced Mathematics
Math 3496, Number Theory
Math 4407, Vector Analysis
Math 4451, Capstone Mathematics Project

Evening Classes

Math 2335, Numerical Methods I
Math 3261, Statistical Methods
Math 3321,  Introductory Real Analysis II
Math 3796, Symbolic Computation
Math 4406, Differential Equations II
Math 4440, Abstract Algebra

 

Fall 2015
Day Classes

Math 2335, Numerical Methods I
Math 3261, Statistical Methods
Math 3320,  Introductory Real Analysis I
Math 3396, Combinatorics
Math 3696, Geometry


Evening Classes

Math 3310, Introduction to Advanced Mathematics
Math 3596, Topology
Math 4407,  Vector Analysis
Math 4417, Functions of a Complex Variable

 

Spring 2016
Day classes

Math 3268, Probability Theory
Math 3310, Introduction to Advanced Mathematics
Math 3321,  Introductory Real Analysis II
Math 3496, Number Theory
Math 3796, Symbolic Computation
Math 4406, Differential Equations II
Math 4407, Vector Analysis
Math 4440, Abstract Algebra

Evening Classes

Math 2335, Numerical Methods I
Math 3261, Statistical Methods
Math 4451, Capstone Mathematics Project


Fall 2016
Day Classes

Math 2335, Numerical Methods I
Math 3261, Statistical Methods
Math 3320,  Introductory Real Analysis I
Math 3396, Combinatorics
Math 3596, Topology
Math 4417, Functions of a Complex Variable

Evening Classes

Math 3310, Introduction to Advanced Mathematics
Math 3696, Geometry
Math 4407,  Vector Analysis

Spring 2017
Day classes:

Math 3310, Introduction to Advanced Mathematics
Math 3321,  Introductory Real Analysis II
Math 3268, Probability Theory
Math 4406, Differential Equations II
Math 4407, Vector Analysis
Math 4440, Abstract Algebra
Math 4451, Capstone Mathematics Project

Evening Classes: 

Math 2335, Numerical Methods I
Math 3261, Statistical Methods
Math 3496, Number Theory

Fall 2017
Day Classes

Math 2335, Numerical Methods I
Math 3261, Statistical Methods
Math 3596, Topology
Math 3696, Geometry
Math 4417, Functions of a Complex Variable

Evening Classes

Math 3310, Introduction to Advanced Mathematics
Math 3320,  Introductory Real Analysis I
Math 3396, Combinatorics
Math 4407,  Vector Analysis

 

Offered every fall and spring semester in day and evening: Math 1111, 1113, 2240, 2253, 2254, 2255, 2260, 2306, 2345, 3312

Offered every summer semester: Math 1111*, 1113*, 2240, 2253*, 2254*, 2255, 2260, 2306*, 2345, 3312

(* - offered day and evening)



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