Date | Speaker | Title |
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10/1/24 | Zeynep Ertem (Binghamton) | Epidemic Disease Modeling, Contact Networks and Clustering on Social Networks |

10/8/24 | Curtis Grant (Northwestern) | An Introduction to Spin Glasses |

10/8/24 | Weiqi Chu (UMass Amherst) | TBA |

10/15/24 | Cris Moore (Santa Fe Institute) | TBA |

10/22/24 | TBA (TBA) | TBA |

10/29/24 | TBA (TBA) | TBA |

11/5/24 | Keenan Eikenberry (Dartmouth) | TBA |

11/8/24 | Yujun Yan (Dartmouth) | TBA |

11/12/24 | Wojciech Jarosz (Dartmouth) | TBA |

11/19/24 | Hwai-Ray Tung (University of Utah) | TBA |

# Current Seminar

The Applied & Computational Mathematics seminar (ACMS) at Dartmouth brings together researchers with common interests in developing mathematical and computational tools to study real-world complex phenomena. The seminar includes talks broadly on various areas of mathematics such as complex systems, computational science, data science, dynamical systems, evolutionary dynamics, game theory, machine learning, mathematical biology, network science, numerical analysis, optimization, probability theory & stochastic processes, quantum computing, statistics, statistical mechanics, uncertainty quantification, etc.; hence these talks will keep the breadth of the audience in mind.

The seminar is held weekly on Tuesdays from 2:30 – 3:30 PM in Kemeny Hall, Room 007.

* There will be two talks on Tuesday 10/8/24. The first will be Curtis Grant from 1-2 PM, and the second will be Weiqi Chu from 2:30 - 3:30 PM.*

* The Friday 11/8/24 talk by Yujun Yan will be fron 1:30-2:30 PM.*

This seminar is organized by Linh Huynh (linh.n.huynh@dartmouth.edu), Jonathan Lindbloom (jonathan.t.lindbloom.gr@dartmouth.edu), Rebecca Hardenbrook (rebecca.l.hardenbrook@dartmouth.edu), and Keenan Eikenberry (keenan.j.eikenberry@dartmouth.edu).