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Math and Computer Science
February 6, 2020

Join the Math Society for an Epsilon Talk



When: Wednesday, February 12th at 4:30pm



Where: 3rd Floor Sally Conference room #335



By: Dr. Trisha Moller



Blowing Our Minds Using Bubbles to Visualize the 4th Dimension!



It's Adventure Time into the 4th Dimension!



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February 6, 2020

Please join the Mathematics Department for a Colloquium



When: Tuesday, February 18, 2020



Where: Sally 106



When: 12pm - 1pm



Guest Speaker: Amanda Luby, Assistant Professor of Statistics at Swarthmore College



Title: Analyzing the analyzers: understanding variability in forensic decision-making



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January 30, 2020

Join The Mathematics Society for a Set Tournament!



Where: 3rd floor Sally in the Mathematics and Computer Science Lounge



When: Friday, February 7, 2020 



Time: 4:00pm - 5:00pm



 



See you there!




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October 2, 2019

Epsilion Talk



by Emily Bolger



Topic: Genomic Prediction of Traits Using Convolutional Neural Networks



Wednesday, October 16th



4:00pm



Sally Conference Room 335




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October 2, 2019

Moravian Math Society is holding a Halloween Event



October 31, 2019



from 1:00pm to 2:30pm



in Math/CS Lounge on 3rd Floor Sally




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September 23, 2019

Epsilon Talk by Alvero Belmonte



The k-Super Bondage (k-SB) of a graph is the smallest

number of edges that, when removed, increases the

dominating number by at least k. We will show the 2-SB

for some graph classes and also show the minimal value

of 2-SB over the class of graphs, G(n,m), which

consists of graphs with n vertices and m edges.



 



DATE: Monday, September 23rd at 2pm



WHERE: Sally 335



 




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September 6, 2019

Join us for the Math Society sponsored Epsilon Talk



Monday, September 9th at 4:30pm in Sally 335




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April 24, 2019

DATE: Tuesday, April 30th at 3:15pm



WHERE: Sally 335



BY Charles "Charlie" Peeke



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April 24, 2019

DATE: Tuesday, April 30th at 3:15pm



WHERE: Sally 335



BY Charles "Charlie" Peeke



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April 24, 2019

DATE: Thursday, April 25th at 2:15pm



WHERE: Sally 335



BY: Rey Anaya, Tatianna Machado, Peter Gingrich



We will explore the game of Cops and Robbers on Petersen Graphs by tryng to find the minimal number of cops needed to guarantee the robber's capture. We seek to find a pattern in the minimum amount of cops needed across many variations of Petersen Graphs.



 




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