Colloquium Fest 2017

The 2017 Mathematics Colloquium Fest will be on Tuesday January 24, from 9:30am – 2:20pm in Bonfman 103-106.

Sixteen Mathematics seniors give colloquium talks in three or four parallel sessions, with a pizza lunch break. Here is the detailed schedule of the 2017 Colloquium Fest:

9:30 – 10:05
BSC 104 Ben Solis-Cohen, Ramsey Theory and the Probabilistic Method
BSC 105 Jaeho Choi, The Wave Equation
BSC 106 Anne Sher, Cauchy’s Corollary to Sylow’s First Theorem

10:05 – 10:15 Short Break

BSC 104 Wendy Wiberg, The Mathematics of Tetris
BSC 105 Matthew Hayes, Global Solutions to the Camassa-Holm Equation

10:50-11:00am Short Break

BSC 104 Eleanor Wachtell, A Global Problem: Projecting Spheres onto Flat Surfaces
BSC 105 Jenny Zheng, Modeling Car Traffic Flow: Burgers Equation
BSC 106 Dana Cohen, The Dynamics of a Multi-Strain Disease With Cross Immunity

11:40-1:00pm Pizza Lunch in the Math/Stat Library

BSC 103 Chinmayi Manjunath, Seven Bridges of Königsberg
BSC 104 Benjamin Lin, Why Count Von Count Should Study Abstract Algebra
BSC 105 James Pappas, Game Theory and the Brouwer Fixed-Point Theorem
BSC 106 Yoonsang Bae, Voting in Agreeable Societies

1:35-1:45pm Short Break

BSC 103 Ariana Ross, The Fold-and-Cut Problem
BSC 104 Stephanie Horan, Cayley Digraphs and Hamiltonian Paths
BSC 105 Stephen Tyson, Continued Fractions and the Twelve-Tone Musical Scale
BSC 106 Alex Gonye, The German Tank Problem