3:30 p.m. Part of the Neils Colloquium on Innovative Science, this presentation features astronomer and imaging scientist Joel Kastner, a professor at the Rochester Institute of Technology. His topic: “The Births and Deaths of Stars: How Did the Solar System Form, and What Is Its Fate?” […]

# Category: Colloquium

Weekly Mathematics and Statistics Department Colloquium

## Math Colloquium: Ron Kneusel ’88

3:30 p.m. After earning a bachelor’s degree with majors in mathematics and physics at Valparaiso University, Ron Kneusel earned advanced degrees in physics and computer science. Much of his work has focused on medical imaging; his current research in computer science explores the application of deep learning to the detection of features in images. […]

## Math Colloquium: William Olson, Puttipong Pongtanapaisan

3:30 p.m. Senior math majors William Olson and Puttipong Pongtanapaisan delivered presentations for Math 499. […]

## Math Colloquium: Adi Robinson on “An Introduction to Medical Physics”

3:30 p.m. Part of the Neils Colloquium on Innovative Science, this talk featured Adi Robinson, a graduate of Columbia Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science with a degree in medical physics. […]

## Math Colloquium: Professor Paul Drube

3:30 p.m. This Mathematics Colloquium featured the math department’s Paul Drube. […]

## Math Colloquium: Fall Interdisciplinary Research Symposium

3:30 p.m. At this symposium, part of the Neils Colloquium on Innovative Science, Valpo students presented their summer research in a variety of scientific disciplines. […]

## Math Colloquium: Professor Jonny Stephenson

3:30 p.m. This Mathematics Colloquium featured the Math Department’s Jonny Stephenson. […]

## Math Colloquium: Introduction

3:30 p.m. The Mathematics Colloquium, held on Fridays at 3:30 p.m. during the academic year, tackles a wide range of topics in math and related disciplines. This first meeting of the colloquium introduced the series. […]

## Math Colloquium: Chris Anderson on “Climate Science 3.0”

3:30 p.m. Part of the Neils Colloquium on Innovative Science, this program featured Christopher J. Anderson, a professor at Iowa State University and assistant director of the ISU CLimate Science Program. […]