Seminars

The Department of Mathematical Sciences' departmental and Algebra and Cryptology Center seminar series are open to anyone on the Stevens campus. The seminars are held in person and live webcast via Zoom.

Spring 2024 Seminar Schedule

April 22

Murray Elder | University of Technology Sydney

Algebra and Cryptology Center Seminar: A New Type of Pumping Lemma for Multiple Context Free Languages

April 15

Benjamin Steinberg | City College of New York and the CUNY Graduate Center

Algebra and Cryptology Center Seminar: The Topological Approach to the Semigroup Homology

April 1

Chloe Weiers | Stevens Institute of Technology

PhD Proposal Defense: The Diophantine Problem for Quadratic Equations in Wreath Products

March 25

Corentin Bodart | University of Geneva

Algebra and Cryptology Center Seminar: Spherical Functions: Membership Problems in Nilpotent Groups

March 18

Motiejus Valiunas | University of Wrocław

Algebra and Cryptology Center Seminar: Trace Monoids and RAAGs in One-Relator Groups

March 6

Dan Pirjol | Stevens Institute of Technology

Department Colloquium: The Hartman-Watson Distribution: Numerical Evaluation and Applications

March 4

Caroline Mattes | University of Stuttgart

Algebra and Cryptology Center Seminar: Complexity of Spherical Equations in Finite Groups

February 26

Alexander Ushakov | Stevens Institute of Technology

Algebra and Cryptology Center Seminar: Spherical Functions: Preimage-Resistant and Collision-Free

February 12

Mateo Diaz | Johns Hopkins University

Algebra and Cryptology Center Seminar: Clustering a Mixture of Gaussians with Unknown Covariance

February 7

Matthew Romney | Stevens Institute of Technology

Department Colloquium: The Metric Geometry of Surfaces