Entries tagged with ‘Seminar’
Speaker: Emily Gunawan, Gustavus Adolphus College Originally studied by Conway and Coxeter, frieze patterns appeared in various recreational mathematics publications in the 1970s. Friezes are super fun! And you’ll get to see lots of colorful pictures during this talk. A finite integer frieze pattern comes from a triangulation of a polygon. We will discuss how […]
Speaker: Ananya Das, Lake Forest College Candidate for MCS faculty position Talk: Efficient Data Encoding In computer science we often encode and store data files in their binary representation. When the data files are very descriptive, such as audio or video files, the binary representations may be inefficiently large. In this talk I will discuss […]
The MCS Department will be hosting a conference titled Differential Equations Across the Collegiate Curriculum The conference will take place from June 23rd through the 26th. For more information click here
Come and join speaker Dr. Baili Chen, Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science at Gustavus Adolphus College on Wednesday, December 1 at 12:30PM in Olin 321 as she discusses Quasilinear Parabolic Equations with Nonlocal Boundary Conditions Pizza & pop will be served at 12:15PM in Olin 3rd floor lobby.
On Wednesday November 10 the MCS Department will be hosting two seminars. The first will take place at 11:30 in Olin 321. Join Visiting Assistant Professor of Computer Science Choong-Soo Lee as he presents his research on A Credit-based Home Access Point (CHAP) to Improve Application Quality on IEEE 802.11 Networks. Abstract Refreshments will be served […]