Seminars and Colloquia

Midwest Numerical Analysis Day 2021

The Midwest Numerical Analysis Day to be held online and in person, October 29--30, 2021----Numerical analysis day-flyer

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 (2021-2022)

We will hold our departmental colloquium over Zoom for the 2021-2022 Academic Year.  Talks begin on Fridays at 4:15pm.  

Upcoming colloquia: 

  1. April 8--Noel J. Walkington-Noel-2022
  2. April 22--Luccas Campos-Luccas-2022



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