Robin Wilson, Open University, England, Euler: 300 Years On. Wednesday, Oct. 1, noon to 1:00 in KT 216.
Robin Wilson, Open University, England, Mathematics: A Philatelic History
Friday, Oct. 3, 3:30-4:45, KT 216.
In this talk I cover the entire history of mathematics in just over an hour! To do so, I shall illustrate it in an unusual way – with over 300 postage stamps featuring mathematics and mathematicians – some very bizarre!
Followed by tea and cookies reception.
End-of-Semester Party. Friday, May 2, 2014, starting at 5:00 at the IPFW SCAN garden pavilion.
PI Math Club/Pi Mu Epsilon student talks: At this annual event, IPFW students talk about their research or independent projects. Talks start at noon, April 16, and will be about 15 minutes long. The talks will be judged for cash prizes sponsored by Pi Mu Epsilon.
Luke Bertsch, Fantasy Baseball Simulation
Vreneli Brenneman, Geometry Meets Origami: Halving the Square
Charles Burd, Even Statisticians Love Geometry
Alex Liu, Everyone Deserves A Second Chance
Magali de Macedo, Using Finite Series to Evaluate the Life-Cycle of Chemical Reactors
An Analysis of Pass-the-Pigs, Prof. Michael Sonksen, University of New Mexico, and IPFW alumnus. April 10.
Actuarial Club event: Rick Richmond, Lincoln Financial Group, March 17.