Am I a Seminar?

Welcome to the webpage for Am I a Seminar?, a student-run weekly informal seminar series at UVM featuring short research and expository talks by grad students on theoretical mathematics. Am I a stands for All math is applied, the seminar being named in self-referential deference to the time-honored tradition of applying math to itself.

Next Meeting

03/02/17
Combinatorial Games, (Sam Backlund)

 

Past Meetings

02/16/2017
When is a graph OK?, (Ada Morse)
02/02/2017
Curvature Flow, (Ryan Gallagher)

11/28/16
Hyperreal Numbers (Brandon Tries)

11/14/16
Selberg’s Sieve (Jack Dalton)

10/31/16
Elliptic Curves, Trapdoors, and Public Key Cryptosystems (Garvin Gaston)

10/24/16
Problem Session

10/16/16
Nimbers and the Game of Nim (Sam Backlund)

09/26/16
Linear Nonalgebra and the Theory of Ungraphs (Ada Morse)
Introduction to Fourier Series (Dylan Casey)

09/19/16
Introduction to Zhang’s Bounded Prime Gaps Proof (Jack Dalton)
Elliptic Curves (Garvin Gaston)

09/12/16
Beating Your Friends at Board Games (Sam Backlund)

09/06/16
Curvature: the Fundamentals (Ryan Gallagher)
Origami Knots in Graphs (Ada Morse)