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Mathematics

Mathematics Graduate Seminar - Fall 2021

The seminar is scheduled from 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm on Thursday afternoon in Bruner Hall 308. 
 
DATE   SPEAKER TITLE/Abstract
August 26 Dr. Damian Kubiak A (very) brief introduction to Blockchain Technology and Cryptocurrencies (Part 1)
September 2 No Seminar  
September 9 Dr. Michael Allen Intro to Machine Learning Part 2 (Part 1)    
September 16 Dr. David Smith 1:30-2:00 Part 1 - Reproducibel Research and R Markdown - Research is reproducible if independent researchers can take sufficient information and procedures and recreate the same findings and conclusions.  This talk will outline on why researchers should produce such works and suggest tools to produce reproducible results.  An example workflow will be highlighted along with the features in R Markdown that can be used to practice integrated documentation of research.   
September 23 Dr. David Smith 1:30-2:00 Part 2 - Reproducibel Research and R Markdown
September 30 No Seminar  
October 14 Dr. Michael Allen Intro to Machine Learning Part 2 (Part 2)
October 21    
October 28    
November 4 Dr. Motoya Machida TBA
November 11 Dr. Padmini Veerapen Twists of Certain Noncommutative Algebras Over a Field
November 18    
 

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