About Our Colloquium
The Department of Mathematics at CSUSB has a Colloquium series in which we typically we invite five or six speakers each semester. Many of the speakers in fall and winter quarters are guest mathematicians from over Southern California. In spring quarter many of the speakers are our graduate students who are presenting their master's thesis or our undergraduates who are presenting their independent study for the purpose of obtaining departmental honors.
Historically, colloquia are scheduled on a Wednesday from 2:45-3:35. Refreshments will be provided. However, with the COVID-19 Pandemic, dates and times may vary.
During the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Colloquium will be held remotely.
For questions about our colloquium, contact our colloquium coordinator, Dr. Jeffrey S. Meyer (firstname.lastname@example.org).
All Mathematica Eclectica colloquia are in Room 391, Jack Brown Hall, on the CSUSB campus. For directions on how to get to campus, please see directions and maps on the CSUSB web site. For visitors the parking fee is currently $6. One-hour and two-hour permits are available for $2.50 and $5.00, respectively.
Fall 2020 Schedule
All talks will be remote on Zoom. The Zoom link will be distributed by the math department. If you are interested in attending and do not have the link, contact email@example.com.
- September 11, 2-3pm.
- Dr. Jeffrey S. Meyer (California State University, San Bernardino)
- Hyperbolic Fruit Ninja
- October 2, 2-3pm
- Dr. Hani Aldirawi (California State University, San Bernardino)
- Model Selection and Regression Analysis for Sparse Discrete Data
- October 9, 2-3pm
- Dr. Suthakaran Ratnasingam (California State University, San Bernardino)
- Sequential Change Point Detection for High-Dimensional Data using Non-convex Penalized Quantile Regression
- October 16, 2:30-3:30pm (note special time)
- Dr. Lida Ahmadi (California State University, San Bernardino)
- A combinatorial approach to pattern matching
- October 23, 2-3pm
- Dr. Dalton Marsh (California State University, San Bernardino)
- Student Interest and Persistence in STEM
- November 6, 2-3pm
- Dr. Steve Balady (California State University, San Bernardino)
- Measuring Student Attitudes in an Active Learning Calculus Classroom
Winter Quarter 2020
- March 9: Dr. Charles Stanton, California State University San Bernardino
- Mathematical Models of Coronavirus
Fall Quarter 2019
- October 2: Dr. Jeffrey S. Meyer, California State University San Bernardino
- Visualizing Hyperbolic Surfaces
- October 16: Dr. Mahesh Sunkula (UC, Riverside)
- Hamilton-Jacobi equation and an application to optics
Winter Quarter 2019
- No speakers.
Fall Quarter 2018
- October 10: Dr. Jeffrey S. Meyer, California State University San Bernardino
- Farey Sequences: A Tour Through Mathematics
- October 22: Dr. Brian Benson, University of California, Riverside
- Connections between the sounds that drums make and shapes of least perimeter.
- November 7: Dr. Javier Rojo, Oregon State University
- Partial Orders of Distributions
Winter Quarter 2018
- January 17: Dr. Christian Millichap (Linfield College)
- An introduction to cryptology and modular arithmetic
- January 31: Dr. Benjamin Linowitz (Oberlin College)
- Can you hear the shape of a drum?
- March 14: Dr. Bianca Thompson (Harvey Mudd College)
- An Accessible guide to Uniform Bounds of Twists
Fall Quarter 2017
- October 18: Dr. Jeffrey S. Meyer, California State University San Bernardino
- How quickly do loops grow as you unwrap a space?
- November 1: Dr. Victoria Noquez (Harvey Mudd College)
- Model Theory and Continuous Logic
- November 15: Dr. Sara Lapan (UC, Riverside)
- A Snapshot of Holomorphic Dynamics Near a Fixed Point
Winter Quarter 2017
- January 25: Dr. Scott Cramer, California State University San Bernardino
- February 8: Dr. Lynn Scow, California State University San Bernardino
- February 22: Dr. Jeremy Aikin, California State University San Bernardino
Fall Quarter 2016
- October 12: Dr. Jason Park, San Bernardino Valley College, San Bernardino
- October 26: Dr. Michael Hartglass, University of California, Riverside
- An introduction to free probability
- November 16: Dr. Jeffrey S. Meyer, California State University San Bernardino