The Torus Talks
Mathematics & Statistics Undergraduate
Have you ever thought that Calculus is useless or Stats is boring?
Have you ever wondered what contemporary mathematicians are studying?
Have you ever considered doing a major or a minor in Mathematics or Statistics?
If you answered “yes” at any of these questions, please attend the
undergraduate talks organized by the Department of Mathematics and
Please come and let us “rigorously” prove to you that Mathematics and Statistics are interesting and useful!
delicious tori (i.e. one hole doughnuts) are provided by the Department of Mathematics and Statistics!
& Statistics Undergraduate Seminar History
|September 28 2011||12-1p.m. Room 6-344||Sunil Barran||To Be or Not to Be. A Brief Introduction to Survival Analysis||2010-2011|
|October 19 2011||12-1p.m. Room 6-344||Tiina Hohn||How to Fix Grandma Holey Quilt. Martin Gardner’s Classic Bisection Problem and Hands on Solution||2009-2010|
|November 9 2011||12-1 p.m. Room 6-344||Nicolae Strungaru||Quasicrystals: from a Puzzle to the Noble Prize|
|November 23 2011||12-1 p.m. Room 6-344||Elaine Beltaos||All about e. The other famous mathematical constant|