Colloquium at Math Department at WVU
Spring 1997
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.
- Jan 16, Weifu Fang, WVU,
On Some Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations
Modeling Semiconductors. (applied mathematics)
- Jan 23, Andrzej Roslanowski, Hebrew Univ. of Jerusalem, Israel,
Meager and null ideals are not alone.
(set theory)
- Jan 30, M. Jeanne Harris, Fairmont State College, WV,
From metric spaces to the unknown.
(topology)
- Feb 6, Lubomir Soltes, WVU,
Problems on Line Graphs.
(combinatorics)
- Feb 13, James L. Moseley, WVU,
Mathematical Modeling in Coal Technology.
(applied mathematics)
- Feb 20, Earl Glen Whitehead, University of Pittsburgh,
Chromatic Equivalence and Chromatic Uniqueness.
(combinatorics)
- Feb 27, Krzysztof Chris Ciesielski,
Set Theoretic Analysis.
(real analysis and set theory)
Mar 6, No Colloquium, Spring Recess.
- 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.
- Mar 27, Lan Ke, Univ. of Southern Louisiana,
Impulsive Quenching Problems.
(non-linear differential equations)
- Apr 3, Chong-Yun Chao, University of Pittsburgh,
Polya's theory of counting.
(graph theory)
- Apr 10, Bruce Ebanks, Marshall University, WV,
Double Difference Properties and Applications to
Information Theory. (functional equations)
- Apr 17, Udayan B. Darji, University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky,
Extensions Which Preserve Derivate Structures.
(real analysis)
- Apr 24, Antony Hilton, Reading University and Eberly Professor at WVU,
More on Hamiltonian latin squares.
(combinatorics)