Mathematics and Computer Science Seminars

The Mathematics and Computer Science Seminar topics range widely, but typically focus on original research, technical exposition, snapshots of working life, or teaching.

Seminar Schedule, Spring 2016

Unless otherwise noted, the seminars are held Mondays at 4:00pm in Thompson 395. Seminar attendees are invited to gather at 3:45pm to partake of light refreshments and to socialize.

Mar 7, 2016

Power System Infrastructure Protection: Propagation of Cascading Failures and Mitigation Strategies

Eduardo Cotilla-Sanchez

Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering, Oregon State University

4pm, Thompson 395

Mar 28, 2016

Can you predict whether a person will be admitted to the hospital?

Jake Linenthal

Lead Developer and Data Scientist, Milliman MedInsight

4pm, Thompson 395

Apr 4, 2016

The Order Complex of Cyclic Groups and Its Homotopy Type

Duncan Bennett

Teacher's Assistant, Art of Problem Solving Online School

4pm, Thompson 395

Apr 18, 2016

Fostering Maker Culture in Public Schools: Hooking Kids on STEM

Johnny Devine

Science Teacher, Science and Math Institute in Tacoma

4pm, Thompson 395