Lectures

The Annual Pi Mu Epsilon Lectures

November 6, 2015

Dr. George Ashline, Professor of Mathematics, Saint Michael’s College;

Exploring the Famous Problems from Antiquity: Angle Trisection, Cube Duplication, and Squaring the Circle.

October 10, 2014

Dr. Philip Yates, Associate Professor of Mathematics, Saint Michael's College;
&#%!@? - Censoring and the Analysis of Partially Known Data

October 11, 2013

Dr. Richard Cleary; Professor of Mathematics and Chair, Mathematics and Science Division, Babson College
Some Non-Standard Applications of Mathematics to Sports

October 8, 2012

Dr. Liz McMahon, Lafayette College; Mathematics in the Game of SET

September 23, 2011

Dr. Frank Morgan, Atwell Professor of Mathematics, Williams College; Vice-President, American Mathematical Society; Soap Bubbles and Mathematics

 

October 1, 2010

Dr. Thomas Hull, Professor of Mathematics, Western New England College; Origami-Math is in Creasing

October 2, 2009

Dr. Joanna Ellis-Monaghan, Professor of Mathematics, Saint Michael’s College; Graph-Theoretical Design Strategies for DNA Nanostrutures

 

October 24, 2008

Dr. John Voight, Professor of Mathematics, University of Vermont; Escher and the Droste Effect

October 12, 2007

Dr. Christopher Danforth, Professor of Mathematics, University of Vermont; Chaos and the Mathematics of Prediction: Harry Potter, Hurricane Katrina, and Happiness

 

October 30, 2006

Dr. Peter Otto, Professor of Mathematics, Willamette University; Modeling Forest Fires with Percolation Theory

October 24, 2005

Dr. Rebecca Mercuri; President and Chief Technical Officer, Notable Software; E-voting expert; E-Voting: Perils and Promises

September 25, 2004

Saint Michael's College Centennial Celebration Brian Adams ’99; Doctoral Candidate, Center for Research in Scientific Computation; Department of Mathematics, North Carolina State University; Using Mathematics to Explore HIV Treatment Strategies, Smart Materials, and More

October 17, 2003

Dr. Steven Abbot, Professor of Mathematics, Middlebury College; A Brief History of Integration: From Cauchy to Riemann to Lebesgue… to Riemann

April 5, 2003

Chapter Installation Dr. Herman Servatius, Professor of Mathematics, Worcester Polytechnic Institute; A Leisurely Stroll through the Museum of Many Dimensions

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