Seminars in 2010

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Tuesday, December 7
R. Padmanabhan (Department of Mathematics, University of Manitoba): Biplanes as groups
Wednesday, November 24
Shaun Lui (Department of Mathematics, University of Manitoba): Domain Decomposition Methods for Partial Differential Equations
Tuesday, November 23
G. Krause (Department of Mathematics, University of Manitoba): Standard Prime Ideals and Lying Over for Finite Extensions of Noetherian Algebras (III)
Thursday, November 18
J. Chipalkatti (Department of Mathematics, University of Manitoba): Two Impossibility Theorems from Social Choice Theory
Tuesday, November 16
G. Krause (Department of Mathematics, University of Manitoba): Standard Prime Ideals and Lying Over for Finite Extensions of Noetherian Algebras (Part II)
Wednesday, November 10
Bing-Chen Wang (Department of Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering, University of Manitoba): Modelling of Turbulent Flow and Dispersion in Complex Environments
Tuesday, November 9
G. Krause (Department of Mathematics, University of Manitoba): Standard Prime Ideals and Lying Over for Finite Extensions of Noetherian Algebras
Tuesday, October 26
Yang Zhang (Department of Mathematics, University of Manitoba): Automated Deductions in Rings and Semi-rings
Tuesday, October 19
R. Padmanabhan (Department of Mathematics, University of Manitoba): Semigroup Laws in Groups
Tuesday, October 5
Yang Zhang (Department of Mathematics, University of Manitoba): Grobner-Shirshov bases and applications
Wednesday, June 30
R. Padmanabhan (Department of Mathematics, University of Manitoba): Some new group realizations of configurations
Wednesday, June 23
P. Penner (Department of Mathematics, University of Manitoba): Forbidden lattices and quasilattices
Wednesday, June 9
T. Kucera (Mathematics, University of Manitoba): QI rings and their injective modules (Part II)
Wednesday, June 2
T. Kucera (Department of Mathematics, University of Manitoba): QI rings and their injective modules (Part I)
Monday, March 22
Yang Zhang (Department of Mathematics, University of Manitoba): Normal Forms of Quaternionic Polynomial Matrices
Monday, March 15
R. W. Quackenbush (Department of Mathematics, University of Manitoba): The variety of abelian l-groups is generated by Z
Monday, March 8
R. Padmanabhan (Department of Mathematics, University of Manitoba): Morley's Miracle over Fields
Monday, March 1
R. Padmanabhan (Department of Mathematics, University of Manitoba): Morley's Miracle over Fields
Tuesday, February 9
Tufail Malik (IIMS, University of Manitoba): Does Dormancy Increase Fitness of Bacterial Populations in Time-Varying Environments?
Monday, February 8
Yang Zhang (Department of Mathematics, University of Manitoba): Cyclotomic Skew Polynomials
Friday, February 5
Nina Zorboska (Department of Mathematics, University of Manitoba): Closed Range Composition Operators on the Small Bloch-type Spaces
Monday, February 1
R. Padmanabhan (Department of Mathematics, University of Manitoba): N5-M5 Theorem for Quasilattices
Monday, February 1
R. Padmanabhan (Department of Mathematics, University of Manitoba): N_5-M_5 Theorem for Quasilattices
Monday, January 25
E.D. Schippers (Department of Mathematics, University of Manitoba): The power matrix
Friday, January 22
Eric Schippers (Department of Mathematics, University of Manitoba): The semigroup of annuli with parametrized boundaries
Monday, January 18
Peter Loly (Physics and Astronomy, University of Manitoba): Eigenvalues of an Algebraic Family of Compound Magic Squares of Order n=3^{l}, l=2,3,..., and Construction and Enumeration of their Fundamental Numerical Forms
Important Dates

December 11 – December 21: Fall Term Exam Period (includes tests and midterm exams for Fall/Winter Term classes)

December 22 – January 1: Winter Holiday (University Closed)

Upcoming Exams

MATH 1020 Final Exam
Monday, December 18 at 1:30 p.m.

MATH 2140 A01 Final Exam
Tuesday, December 19 at 9:00 a.m.

MATH 2160 A01 Final Exam
Wednesday, December 20 at 9:00 a.m.

MATH 3120 A01 Final Exam
Wednesday, December 20 at 9:00 a.m.

Upcoming Seminar

Colloquium talk:
Seth Wolbert
Friday, January 12 at 14:30, 418 Machray Hall.