Chase Room : 319
Room capacity : 40
The Colloquium features both outside speakers and Dalhousie faculty/long term visitors who lecture on their latest research or present overviews of the areas of Mathematics that they are experts in.
|Monday 3:30 PM||Chase 319||Dr. Peter Selinger|
We welcome speakers to lecture on all subjects in statistics including general statistical theory and methodology, statistical applications, Biostatistics, Bioinformatics, statistical computing, genetic statistics, statistical methods in Molecular Evolution and environmental statistics. It greatly enhances the communication of our faculty members with statistical scientists all over the world, and provides good learning opportunities for our graduate students.
|Thursday 3:30 PM||Chase 319||Dr. Joanna Mills Flemming|
Graduate Student Seminar is a departmental seminar that combines all areas of interests in both mathematics and statistics. The goal of the seminar is to provide a forum to promote scholarly communications among graduate students, and between graduate students and faculty, PDFs and visitors as well.
|Tuesday 4:00-5:00PM||Chase 319||Andrew Hoefel|
All honours students are encouraged to attend regularly (it is required
for graduating students) and everyone is welcome. In the pasat this
has been one of the most popular seminars.
|Wednesday 12:30 PM||Chase 319||Dr. Robert Milson|
|Wednesday 3:30-4:30PM||Chase 319||Rob Noble|
The focus of this seminar is the presentation of interesting results or problems related to mathematical modeling, analysis and computation in science and engineering. We hope to have presenters from government and industry as well as from the academic community. Problems related to technology transfer will be of particular interest.
|Friday 3:30 PM||Chase 319||Dr. David Iron|
Atlantic Category Theory & Algebra Seminar (ATCAT)
The Atlantic Category Theory and Algebra Seminar has been meeting weekly since the early 1970's with the participation of mathematicians representing most Atlantic Canadian universities, from time to time. In recent years the seminar has met on Tuesdays from 2:00 pm onwards, with ongoing attendance from Dalhousie, Saint Mary's, Mount Allison, and Acadia.
|Tuesday 2:30 PM||Chase 319||Dr. Robert Paré|
This weekly seminar usually alternates between presentations of new
results and discussions of open problems.
Combinatorial Game Theory Discussion Group: Each week we will discuss a new combinatorial games paper.
|Friday 3:30 PM||Chase 319||Dr. Richard Nowakowski|