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Colloquium and Seminars

Detail

COLLOQUIUM: The Industrial Series Colloquium talks are meant to meet once a month. The speaker should never be a mathematician, but a representative of any community which might need mathematics : industry, banks, insurance, medicine, environment, energy, and so on. The speaker will present his organization and mention some difficulties : these difficulties are always described in "human terms" : too much work, not enough money, and so on. Then the mathematicians will try to turn these difficulties in quantitative terms. This step, called modeling, is not easy at all. Usually, one has to do it several times before some satisfactory description is obtained.

SEMINARS: This working seminar, or working group, should consist in mathematicians, junior and senior together. It will meet every week (four times as often as the colloquium) and its task should be to "digest" what the speaker said. This is the place where the modeling described above will take place.

Colloquium and Seminar Listserv

If you would like to be notified of future talks, you can sign up for the Industrial Seminar listserv. To do so, send an e-mail (from your new math or Kent State email address) to:
indseminar-request@math.kent.edu
with the word "subscribe" as the only content in your e-mail. The server will acknowledge that you have successfully signed up for the list by sending you an e-mail confirmation.

Should you ever need to remove yourself from the list, send e-mail to the same address with the word "unsubscribe" followed by the e-mail address you used to sign up for the list.

Seminar Schedule

To see the full list of events, please refer to http://pagesperso-orange.fr/scmsa/RMM/RMM_ongoing.htm

COMING SOON...

If you would like to schedule a topic for this schedule, we welcome your input and knowledge! Please contact Bernard Beauzamy at Bernard.Beauzamy@scmsa.com to schedule a talk.

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