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Colloquium talks will be held in the Katharine Reed Cudahy Building, Room 401 on the Marquette University campus. Please address inquiries/suggestions to Dr. Rowe.

Colloquium dates and speakers for Spring 2018 - Unless specified, the talks will begin at 2:00pm CT in Room 401 at Cudahy Hall.


January 19th at 1:00 - Ahmad Kawam (Special Colloquium), Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Texas A&M University, Moving Towards the Next Generation of Healthcare Applications

January 22nd at 1:00 - Pamela Harris (Special Colloquium), Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Williams College, Invisible Lattice Points

January 26th at 1:00 - Philippe Giabbanelli (Special Colloquium), Department of Computer Science, Northern Illinois University, Mining and predicting complex human systems at scale

January 29th at 1:00 - Giovanni Ciampaglia (Special Colloquium), Department of Computer Science, Nothern Illinois University, Finding fake news: a research agenda toward a more trustworthy Web

February 2 at 1:00 - Ping Zhang (Special Colloquium), Center for Computational Health, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, Predictive Modeling of Drug Effects: Learning from Biomedical Knowledge and Clinical Records

February 5 at 1:00 - Michael DiPasquale (Special Colloquium), Department of Mathematics, Oklahoma State University

February 9 at 1:00 - Larry Rolan (Special Colloquium) ,Trinity College Dublin, School of Mathematics, Jensen-Pólya Criterion for the Riemann Hypothesis and Related Problems

February 12 at 1:00 -Jay Pantone (Special Colloquium), Department of Mathematics, Dartmouth College

February 22 at 2:00 -

March 1 at 2:00 -

March 8 at 2:00 - Yunied Puig de Dios, Department of Mathematics, University of California - Riverside, A mixing operator T for which (T, T2 ) is not disjoint transitive

March 22 at 2:00 - Stefano Lonardi, Department of Computer Science & Engineering, University of California - Riverside, Improving contiguity and correctness of de novo genome assembly via optical map

March 29 at 2:00 -

April 5 at 2:00 -






Summer Research Experience

The Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science hosts a Summer Research Experience (REU) for Undergraduates. This program provides undergraduates with an intensive, faculty-mentored, summer research experience in the areas of applied mathematics, high-performance computing, statistics, ubiquitous systems and mathematics education. Learn more