Colloquium at Math Department at WVU
Colloquium usually meets on Thursdays at 3:45pm in 315 Armstrong Hall.
Tea and cookies begin at 3:00 in Armstrong Hall 310 (coffee room).
Jan 7, No Colloquium, winter break.
Jan 14, No Colloquium, first week of classes.
- Jan 21, Prof. James Ridley, University of the Witwatersrand,
Johannesburg, South Africa,
Location of the zeros of some hypergeometric
Jan 28, Feb 4, Feb 11, No Colloquium.
Feb 18, Feb 25, No Colloquium, Faculty meeting.
- Mar 1, Professor Alec Matheson (Candidate for Chair),
Lamar University, Texas, Composition operators and measures.
Mar 4, No Colloquium.
- Mar 11, Tomasz Natkaniec, Gdansk University, Poland,
\omega1 limits of sequences of real functions.
- Mar 12, Professor Sherman D. Riemenschneider (Candidate for Chair),
University of Alberta, Canada.
Mar 18, Mar 25, No Colloquium.
Apr 1, No colloquium, spring break.
- Apr 8, Tom Ingram, University of Missouri, Rolla,
Periodicity and Indecomposability of Inverse
Limits on [0,1].
- Apr 15, Dr. Guantao T. Chen, Georgia State University,
Longest Cycles in 3-connected Planar Graphs.
Apr 20, Tuesday, 4pm, Rhododendron Room in the Mountainlair,
Benedum Distinguished Scholar Award Lecture:
Krzysztof Ciesielski, WVU,
Paradoxes in Mathematics and the Meaning of Truth.
- Apr 21, Wednesday, 3:30, Professor Lee Larson,
University of Louisville, Kentucky,
When does f-1=1/f?
- Apr 22, Professor Hao Li, French National Scientifique Research Center (C.N.R.S.),
On the vertex-distinguishing proper edge-colorings of
- Apr 27, Tuesday, 3:30, Professor Antony Hilton, Reading University,
Great Britain, Some
problems about r-factorisations of complete graphs.
Possible rescheduling to April 29.
Apr 28, Wednesday, 3:30, Seminar on Combinatorial and Discrete Mathematics:
Professor Antony Hilton, Reading University,
Great Britain, Some aspects of edge list
Apr 29, Alphonse Baartmans' colloquium cancelled.
- May 6, Dr. Lowell Beineke, Distinguished Professor
of Mathematics of Indiana-Purdue University at Fort Wayne,
Creating and Destroying Cycles in Graphs and