Elmhurst College

Department of Mathematics &
Department of Physics
Seminar Series -- Fall 2007

Sept. 12 - *Dr. Michelle Applebee, Elmhurst College
"Which Nose Knows? Man vs. Machine: Applications of Electronic Noses" - followed by Mathematics and Physics Departments' Fall BBQ in Wilder Park

Sept. 19 - Dr. Kimberly Lawler-Sagarin, Elmhurst College
"Electronic structure calculations and what they tell us about bonding in Ba2Zn3As2O2 and other layered metal chalcogenides"

Sept. 26 - Dr. John Jeffrey, Elmhurst College
"The Functional Language Paradigm"

Oct. 3 - *Dr. Richard Neapolitan, Northeastern Illinois University
"Statistical Causality"

Oct. 10 - Benjamin Blaiszik, University of Illinois Urbana - Champaign
"Recent Developments Towards Bio-inspired Self-healing Materials"

Oct. 17 - Dr. Andrea Frazier, North Central College
"If 32 is a 2 and 33 is a -1, will 6 be prime?"

Oct. 24 - *Dr. Michael Keyton, Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy
"Hyperbolic Geometry (Poincare model) using Cabri"

Oct. 31 - Dr. Catherine Crawford, Elmhurst College,
"Linear Algebra and Terrorist Threats: Finding Relationships in Large
Sets of Text"

at North Central College by Herb Kasube, Bradley University.
Both talks (5 pm and 7 pm) will be on Euler

Nov. 14 - Career Night (7:00 pm - Melanchthon Room in Frick Center)

Nov. 21 - Thanksgiving (No Seminar)

Nov. 28 - Senior Paper Presentations

Dec. 5 - Senior Paper Presentations
All talks are on Wednesday from 4:00-5:00 p.m. on the second floor of the Computer Science and Technology Center in Room 213, unless otherwise indicated. Everyone is invited to refreshments preceding the talks from 3:30-4:00 p.m. in the second floor lounge. Talks marked with an * are especially appropriate for a general audience. Please contact Prof. Jon Johnson at 630-617-3571 or at jonj@elmhurst.edu for more information or if you would like to give a talk.

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