# Research

## Pi Mu Epsilon Seminar – Brendan Ames (University of Alabama)

## Analysis Seminar – Alejandro Vélez-Santiago (Universidad de Puerto Rico-Mayagüez)

## Algebra/Topology Seminar – Ina Petkova (Dartmouth College)

## Public Lecture by Francis Su (Harvey Mudd College)

Title: Mathematics for Human Flourishing

Read More## Pi Mu Epsilon Seminar – Martyn Dixon (University of Alabama)

## Algebra/Topology Seminar – JungHwan Park, Georgia Institute of Technology

## Algebra/Topology Seminar – Su Ji Hong (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)

## Colloquium – Dave Auckly (Kansas State University)

Title: Physics in Families and analysis to compute invariants of exotic structures in 4D Abstract: Partial differential equations that were first introduced as a model for particle interactions may be used to define topological invariants. We will review a small bit of the history of these equations. The next question that arises is how to […]

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