1. Speaker: Henry R. Scharf - Statistics Department, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO
    Abstract: Gaussian processes are a fundamental statistical tool used in a wide range of applications. In the spatio-temporal setting, several families of covariance functions exist to accommodate a wide variety of dependence structures arising in different applications. These parametric families can be …more

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  1. American University's premier club for hanging out, eating food, and talking about the mathematics of life. Just remember, it's Not Math Club.

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  2. Speaker: David Gerard - Department of Human Genetics, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL
    Abstract: Modern genomics has revolutionized how we answer questions about evolution, population dynamics, medicine, and plant and animal breeding. To answer these questions, we must first be able to detect and quantify (or "genotype") differences in individual genomes. Many scientists have used next …more

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  3. Math circles, a tradition imported from Russia, are places where kids get together to discuss challenging problems of the sort that they are unlikely to encounter in school. The purpose of the math circle is *not* remediation, test preparation, or to participate in contests. Rather, the purpose is to think about problems together in a social context, i.e., fun.

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  4. American University's premier club for hanging out, eating food, and talking about the mathematics of life. Just remember, it's Not Math Club.

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  5. Math circles, a tradition imported from Russia, are places where kids get together to discuss challenging problems of the sort that they are unlikely to encounter in school. The purpose of the math circle is *not* remediation, test preparation, or to participate in contests. Rather, the purpose is to think about problems together in a social context, i.e., fun.

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  6. American University's premier club for hanging out, eating food, and talking about the mathematics of life. Just remember, it's Not Math Club.

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  7. Math circles, a tradition imported from Russia, are places where kids get together to discuss challenging problems of the sort that they are unlikely to encounter in school. The purpose of the math circle is *not* remediation, test preparation, or to participate in contests. Rather, the purpose is to think about problems together in a social context, i.e., fun.

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  8. American University's premier club for hanging out, eating food, and talking about the mathematics of life. Just remember, it's Not Math Club.

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  9. Math circles, a tradition imported from Russia, are places where kids get together to discuss challenging problems of the sort that they are unlikely to encounter in school. The purpose of the math circle is *not* remediation, test preparation, or to participate in contests. Rather, the purpose is to think about problems together in a social context, i.e., fun.

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  10. American University's premier club for hanging out, eating food, and talking about the mathematics of life. Just remember, it's Not Math Club.

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