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Plenary lectures are 50 minutes and student lectures 20 minutes; breaks of 10 minutes between talks allow for questions and discussion. A catered lunch of sandwiches and salads is provided for all symposium participants.
Friday, November 9 | |
4:00 - 5:00pm | Poster previews and math department tea in SEO 300 |
Saturday, November 10 | |
8:15 - 8:50am | Sign-in and coffee in SEO 300 |
Morning session — Plenary Lectures — Lecture Center F1 | |
9:00am | Dhruv Mubayi - From Ramsey theory to arithmetic progressions and hypergraphs |
10:00am | Richard Kenyon - The shape of a large integer partition |
11:00am | Nathan Kaplan - Dudeney's No-Three-In-Line Problem |
12:00pm | Lunch in SEO 300 |
Afternoon Session 1 — Student lectures — Lecture Center F1 | |
1:00pm | Gabriel Flores - A Priori Simulation of a Smart-Navigated UAV Disaster Cargo Fleet |
1:30pm | Marisa Gaetz - Anti-power j-fixes of the Thue-Morse word |
2:00pm | Katie Gallagher - Generating functions for power moments of elliptic curves over F_{p} |
2:30pm | Coffee break in SEO 300 |
Afternoon session 2 — Student lectures — Lecture Center F1 | |
3:00pm | Seth Colbert-Pollack - Shift operators on directed infinite graphs |
3:30pm | Alexander Vetter - Deformations of the Weyl Character Formula via Ice Models |
4:00pm | Maxine Calle - Putting the "k" in Curvature: k-Plane Constant Curvature Conditions |
4:30 - 5:30pm | Poster Session — SEO 300 |