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Seminars and Colloquia

The department hosts a variety of regular research seminars in which faculty can disseminate new research results and keep abreast of the latest developments in their research fields. The Department also hosts seminars and colloquia that are aimed at the Mathematical, College, and University communities.

  • Department Colloquium: The Department Colloquium typically hosts general-interest mathematics lectures by invited outside speakers. Depending on the topic and speaker, talks in this series may also be of interest to the wider DePaul University community. Colloquia are typically held on Friday afternoons.
  • Algebra, Combinatorics, and Number Theory Seminar: This seminar typically hosts research-level talks by invited outside speakers on topics in algebra, combinatorics, and number theory, as well as talks by DePaul University faculty and students.
  • Analysis Seminar: This seminar typically hosts research-level talks by invited outside speakers on various topics in analysis, as well as talks by DePaul University faculty and students.
  • Statistics Seminar: This seminar typically hosts research-level talks by invited outside speakers on various topics in statistics, as well as talks by DePaul University faculty and students.
  • "What is ... ?" Seminar: The "What is ...?" Seminar is modeled on the popular "What is ... ?" column from the Notices of the American Mathematical Society. The "What is ... ?" Seminar discusses, from an introductory viewpoint, topics that are of current general interest to department faculty or students.

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