2022-23 Department of Mathematics Events



 

February 2023

Wednesday
Feb. 1
SE 215
4:00 pm

Algebra Seminar

Speaker:   Dr. Papiya Bhattacharjee, Florida Atlantic University

Title:  Inverse Topology on Min(L), for an M-Frame L.

Abstract:  We start with an algebraic frame L with FIP (M-Frame) and look at the minimal prime elements of L, denoted by Min(L). We can endow Min(L) with the hull-kernel topology and the inverse topology, and then investigate various topological properties of the spaces. In this talk the speaker will introduce the concepts of a frame and its elements, describe the topologies on Min(L), and state the known results on the topological properties of Min(L). There are some open questions about the inverse topology on Min(L) that are being investigated by the speaker. The speaker will present the current findings on the inverse topology and prove results related to them.

Thursday
Feb. 2
SE 215
11:00 am

Analysis and Applications Seminar

Speaker Dr. Tomas Schonbek, Florida Atlantic University

Title :  Ancient Solutions of the Navier-Stokes Equations

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Wednesday
Feb. 8
SE 215
11:00 am

Invariant Theory Reading Seminar 

Textbook:   Classical Invariant Theory , by Peter J. Olver, Cambridge University Press (1999).  

Refreshments will be served.

Wednesday
Feb. 8
SE 215
4:00 pm

Algebra Seminar

Speaker:  Dr. Papiya Bhattacharjee, Florida Atlantic University

AbstractWe start with an algebraic frame L with FIP (M-Frame) and look at the minimal prime elements of L, denoted by Min(L). We can endow Min(L) with the hull-kernel topology and the inverse topology, and then investigate various topological properties of the spaces. In this talk the speaker will introduce the concepts of a frame and its elements, describe the topologies on Min(L), and state the known results on the topological properties of Min(L). There are some open questions about the inverse topology on Min(L) that are being investigated by the speaker. The speaker will present the current findings on the inverse topology and prove results related to them.

Monday
Feb. 13
SE 215
11:00 am

Crypto Cafe

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Saturday
Feb. 18
GN 101
PS 109
PS 111
8 am-4:30 pm

Florida GeoGebra, 2023

INNOVATIVE MATHEMATICS EDUCATION The aim of the Florida GeoGebra 2022 Feb 19th Conference is to serve as a forum for teachers, researchers, and innovators to exchange ideas and present pedagogical and mathematical examples of research-based instructional strategies. Conference participants will learn the latest innovations and uses of GeoGebra in active student-centered, discovery-based learning as well as share their practice and discoveries. GeoGebra is open-source and free software for learning and teaching mathematics, used from early school grades through colleges and universities. GeoGebra has won many software awards and is used around the globe. (More at www.geogebra.org.) GeoGebra serves as a tool for researchers and educators to introduce innovation in teaching at all levels of education.
 
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Wednesday
Feb. 22
SE 215
11:00 am

Invariant Theory Reading Seminar 

Textbook:   Classical Invariant Theory , by Peter J. Olver, Cambridge University Press (1999).  

Refreshments will be served.

Monday
Feb 27
SE 215
11:00 am

Crypto Cafe

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March 2023

Monday-Friday
March 6-10
Student Union, FAU
8:00 am - 5:00 pm

54th Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory and Computing

(Registration here!)

Wednesday
March 8
SE 215
11:00 am

Invariant Theory Reading Seminar 

Textbook:   Classical Invariant Theory , by Peter J. Olver, Cambridge University Press (1999).  

Refreshments will be served.

Monday
Mar. 6
SE 215
11:00 am

Crypto Cafe

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Saturday
Mar. 18

FAU's Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM) to host Florida Women in Math Day

For more information: http://www.math.fau.edu/awm/index.php

Register here!

Monday
Mar. 20
SE 215
11:00 am

Crypto Cafe

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Wednesday
March 22
SE 215
11:00 am

Invariant Theory Reading Seminar 

Textbook:   Classical Invariant Theory , by Peter J. Olver, Cambridge University Press (1999).  

Refreshments will be served.

 

April 2023

Saturday
Apr. 1

FAU Math Day (for high school students)

For more information: http://www.math.fau.edu/mathday/index.php

Monday
April 3
SE 215
11:00 am

Crypto Cafe

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Wednesday
April 5
SE 215
11:00

Invariant Theory Reading Seminar 

Textbook:   Classical Invariant Theory , by Peter J. Olver, Cambridge University Press (1999).  

Refreshments will be served.

 

May, 2023

May 22-
June 2023

Florida's Summer Institute in Biostatistics and Data Science Program

Complete the APPLICATION  BY April 1st, 2023.

Women, Minorities and Persons with Disabilities are encouraged to apply.

 

July, 2023

Mon.-Fri.
July 24-28
Sandbox
8:00 am
each day

Young CryptograpHers

Shaping the Future of Cybersecurity

Young CryptograpHERS is a Cybersecurity summer camp specially designed for high school girls. Participants will be introduced to the fundamental principles of cybersecurity and learn how to apply conceptual knowledge to real-world situations. The camp will focus on Post-Quantum Cryptography, the area of math that is in charge of protecting our information in the era of quantum technology. The program includes lectures and activities by FAU faculty, alumni and speakers from industry and government. Our goal is to motivate and inspire talented students who are interested in a cybersecurity career. 

The camp is generously sponsored by a grant from NSA. This means participation is free, as the funding covers all costs for the students, including registration, catering, and camp gear! Attendance is limited and subject to availability, so apply now to take advantage of this opportunity.

Regsiter Here!

 

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