Seminars and Colloquia


The Mathematics & Statistics Department at Missouri S&T will be hosting the Midwest Numerical Analysis Day on May 7-8, 2021.  Please note the new date.

More information can be found on the conference website.

Ingram Lectureship

After he retired following the Fall 2002 semester, Professor W.T. Ingram, who was department chair from 1989-1998, generously set up an endowed fund to be used to bring well-known mathematical scientists to Rolla to give lectures on their work.  All Ingram Lectures are open to the entire S&T community, and are widely advertised on campus.  Visitors brought here under this program usually give two lectures, one of a general nature and accessible to students, and another more advanced aimed at faculty (though students are certainly welcome).

Spring 2020 Ingram Lecture 

Speaker: Dr. Charles L. Epstein, Thomas A. Scott Professor of Mathematics, University of Pennsylvania

Date and Location: Thursday, March 5 in Toomey 295

General Lecture (3pm): The Geometry of the Phase Retrieval Problem,  I --- Graveyard of Algorithms
Colloquium Talk (4:30pm): The Geometry of the Phase Retrieval Problem, II

Past presentations of Ingram Lectureship

Departmental Colloquium (2020-2021)

We will hold our departmental colloquium over Zoom for the 2020-2021 Academic Year.  Talks begin on Fridays at 4:15pm.  The Zoom meeting link is here

Upcoming colloquia:


MU-MST Joint Analysis Seminar (via Zoom)

We will hold joint seminars with MU over Zoom.  The details may be found here:

Upcoming Seminars

CAMS Seminar
Every other Monday at 3:30pm in Rolla G5

Hyperspace and Topology Seminar
3-5 PM on selected Mondays in Rolla G4
3-5 PM on selected Wednesdays in 103 Centennial

Analysis Seminar
Every other Monday at 3:30pm in Rolla G5

Time Scales Seminar
Wednesdays at noon in Rolla G5

Past Colloquia

For past colloquium information, click here