History of Mathematics at GVSU
Department Seminars in 2004

Phone: 616-331-2041
Ted Sundstrom

Department of Mathematics
Grand Valley State University
Allendale, MI 49401
2004 Department Seminars 

Feb. 24
Nathan Wodarz.  Ghost in the Machine.
March 25
Nathan Wodarz.  Topological Taylor Series (or, Everything I Ever Needed to Know About Topology, I Learned in Math 202).
March 30
Mike Robison.  Academic Challenge and Significant Content for all Students?
April 6
Will Dickinson and Kristina Lund (student). A Summer of Exploration: Napoleon’s Theorem and The Area Principle.
April 13
John Skukalek (student).  Zeta(2), Zeta(3), and Beyond.
Sept. 14
David Austin.  Penrose Tilings.
Sept. 21
Clark Wells.  What Makes a Number a Number Anyway?
Oct. 19
Paul Fishback and Nate Burch (student). The Least-Squares Property of the Lanczos' Generalized Derivative.
Oct. 26
Ed Aboufadel and Drew Colthorp (student).  Recognizing Airplanes, Breaking CAPTCHAs, and Hiding Messages: Undergraduate Research Problems in Wavelets.
Nov. 2
Reva Kasman. Why Can’t I Fold a Square into an Icosahedron?
Nov. 9
Ben Vugteveen (student).  You, Me, and Semi-Symmetry: Disjunction Graphs and Their Properties.
Nov. 16
Mark Hanish (Calvin College).  Three Linear Algebra Applications that Amaze.
Dec. 6
Nathan Wodarz.  Hairy Mathematics.

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