### Thursdays from 02:30pm to 03:20pm in MB113

The talks are aimed at advanced undergraduate students.
Date | Speaker(s) | Title |

6 Sep 2007 | Alexadre Kirillov, University of Pennsylvania | Analysis, Geometry and Arithmetics of fractals |

13 Sep 2007 | Tadashi Tokieda, University of Cambridge | Toy modeling |

20 Sep 2007 | Dmitry Burago, Penn State | Playing zero-sum games and convex geometry after John Nash |

27 Sep 2007 | Igor Rivin, Temple University | Geometry of Polyhedra |

11 Oct 2007 | Mark Levi, Penn State | Physical proofs of mathematical theorems |

18 Oct 2007 | Zvezdelina Stankova, Mills College | What does the future hold for restricted patterns? |

25 Oct 2007 | Dmitry Khavinson, University of South Florida | From the Fundamental Theorem of Algebra to astrophysics: a "harmonious" journey |

1 Nov 2007 | Andrei Gudkov, Roswell Park Cancer Institute, Buffalo, NY | Can understanding cancer be translated into effective anticancer therapy? |

8 Nov 2007 | Alexandra Shlapentokh, East Carolina University | Hilbert's Tenth over Subrings of Q |

15 Nov 2007 | Steven Krantz, American Institute of Mathematics | A Glimpse of Several Complex Variables |

29 Nov 2007 | Alexander Razborov, Institute for Advanced Study | Inverse problems in Arithmetic Combinatorics |