Colloquium at Math Department at WVU

Spring 1997

Contact person: Krzysztof Chris Ciesielski.

Colloquium usually meets on Thursdays at 3:45pm in 324 Armstrong Hall.

Tea and cookies begin at 3:00 in Armstrong Hall 361 (coffee room).
    Jan 9, No Colloquium, First week of classes.

  1. Jan 16, Weifu Fang, WVU, On Some Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations Modeling Semiconductors. (applied mathematics)

  2. Jan 23, Andrzej Roslanowski, Hebrew Univ. of Jerusalem, Israel, Meager and null ideals are not alone. (set theory)

  3. Jan 30, M. Jeanne Harris, Fairmont State College, WV, From metric spaces to the unknown. (topology)

  4. Feb 6, Lubomir Soltes, WVU, Problems on Line Graphs. (combinatorics)

  5. Feb 13, James L. Moseley, WVU, Mathematical Modeling in Coal Technology. (applied mathematics)

  6. Feb 20, Earl Glen Whitehead, University of Pittsburgh, Chromatic Equivalence and Chromatic Uniqueness. (combinatorics)

  7. Feb 27, Krzysztof Chris Ciesielski, Set Theoretic Analysis. (real analysis and set theory)

    Mar 6, No Colloquium, Spring Recess.

  8. Mar 13, Elliott Pearl, York Univ., Toronto, The Foundations of the Theory of Monotone Semiflows. (differential equations and dynamical systems)

    Mar 20, No Colloquium, Faculty meeting.

  9. Mar 27, Lan Ke, Univ. of Southern Louisiana, Impulsive Quenching Problems. (non-linear differential equations)

  10. Apr 3, Chong-Yun Chao, University of Pittsburgh, Polya's theory of counting. (graph theory)

  11. Apr 10, Bruce Ebanks, Marshall University, WV, Double Difference Properties and Applications to Information Theory. (functional equations)

  12. Apr 17, Udayan B. Darji, University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky, Extensions Which Preserve Derivate Structures. (real analysis)

  13. Apr 24, Antony Hilton, Reading University and Eberly Professor at WVU, More on Hamiltonian latin squares. (combinatorics)