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Mathematics Colloquium Abstract: I will explain two famous types of fractals, the Mandelbrot set and Julia sets. I'll also describe the work of Kathryn Lindsey '07, who...Location: Bronfman Science Center

Feb 28 6pm AWM Dinner MeetingJoin the Association for Women in Mathematics chapter for dinner in Upper Driscoll! All are welcome.Location: Driscoll Dining Hall

Mathematics Colloquium Abstract: The rules of the game are tractable: a certain number of players will each take one shot and attempt to make a basket from any distance they...Location: Bronfman Science Center

Mar 1 1:10pm Clustering Methods by Olivia Lima '17Statistics Colloquium Abstract: Clustering is the process of partitioning a data set into subsets of similar observations. Kmeans clustering and hierarchical clustering are...Location: Bronfman Science Center

Location: Bronfman Science Center

Mar 1 5:30pm Math Puzzle NightJoin us for dinner at Math Puzzle Night, starting at 5:30 pm in the West Lounge Cafe, in Mission! Prof. Ralph Morrison will bring some math puzzles from contests and around...Location: Mission Park Dining Hall

Mar 2 9pm Math/Stat SnacksTake a break from your Thursday night work and come join the Math/Stat Department in the Bronfman Math/Stat Library. Snacks will be served from 9  10:00 pmLocation: Bronfman Science Center

Mar 3 1pm Results Concerning the Spectrum of Noetherian Rings by Prof. Cory Colbert, Williams CollegeMathematics Faculty Seminar Abstract: A famous question of I. Kaplansky is "What partially ordered sets are orderisomorphic to the spectrum of some commutative Noetherian...Location: Bronfman Science Center

Mar 6 1pm Dimension of Crowns by Osama Brosh '17Mathematics Colloquium Abstract: I will show a result due to Trotter which gives a formula for the order dimension of certain posets which can be represented using crowns.Location: Bronfman Science Center

Mar 6 5:30pm Monthly Math/Stat Department DinnerLocation: Mission Park Dining Hall

Mathematics Colloquium Abstract: Come learn about the NTRU public key cipher and its message encryption/decryption process.Location: Bronfman Science Center

Location: Bronfman Science Center

Statistics Colloquium Abstract: One of the most intuitive and simple methods of classification in all of Machine Learning is the KNearest Neighbors algorithm. This talk...Location: Bronfman Science Center

Mar 8 5:30pm Math Puzzle NightJoin us for dinner at Math Puzzle Night, starting at 5:30 pm in the West Lounge Cafe, in Mission! Prof. Ralph Morrison will bring some math puzzles from contests and around...Location: Mission Park Dining Hall
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January 27th, 2017
Women in Data Science Conference – February 3rd 2017 at Mount Holyoke College
Data science is an actively growing area in various careers and fields. The Women in Data Science (WiDS) Conference is...January 16th, 2017
Colloquium Fest 2017
The 2017 Mathematics Colloquium Fest will be on Tuesday January 24, from 9:30am – 2:20pm in Bonfman 103106.November 13th, 2016
Williams College defends the Green Chicken!
The 39th Annual Green Chicken math contest was held at Williams College on Saturday November 12, with Williams and Middlebury...September 27th, 2016
[email protected] and Hispanics in the Mathematical Sciences
September 15October 15 is National Hispanic Heritage Month, a time when we recognize the accomplishments and contributions of [email protected] and...September 16th, 2016
The Mathematics of Coral Reef Health
Assistant Professor Julie Blackwood, together with her summer research students and collaborators from Bennington College use mathematics to investigate the...September 13th, 2016
“Dancing the Bronfman” Video
In honor of Professor Frank Morgan’s retirement, this summer, a group of Williams students at SMALL decided to remake one...