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Mohlenkamp Presents at Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics

Mohlenkamp Presents at Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics

Dr. Martin Mohlenkamp, Associate Professor of Mathematics, presented “Dynamical Systems Analysis of Swamps in ALS” at a mini-symposium at the 2014 Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics annual meeting on July 7. The symposium was on Tensor Analysis, Computation and Application. Abstract: The Alternating Least Squares (ALS) algorithm for approximating […]

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July 15, 2014 at 11:28 amResearch

If the Multiparticle Schrodinger Equation Were Easy to Solve, then Chemistry Would be Too Boring to Support Life, Sept. 18

If the Multiparticle Schrodinger Equation Were Easy to Solve, then Chemistry Would be Too Boring to Support Life, Sept. 18

Dr. Martin J. Mohlenkamp, Associate Professor and Graduate Chair of Mathematics, will present a Mathematics Colloquium on the topic “If the Multiparticle Schrodinger Equation were easy to solve, then Chemistry would be too boring to support life,” at 4:10 p.m., Sept. 18, Morton Hall, 122. “The multiparticle Schrodinger equation is […]

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September 15, 2013 at 8:12 pmEvents

Math Students Eat Pie and Talk Pi

Math Students Eat Pie and Talk Pi

Dr. Robert Klein brought a bagel challenge on Pi Day. Pies—pizza pies, blueberry pies, custard pies and more—were devoured on March 14 in honor of Pi Day (3.14). Math students displayed posters highlighting their research, and Dr. Robert Klein’s bagel challenge had students going round and round. Master’s student Ian […]

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May 7, 2013 at 4:06 pmNews