Claremont Mathematics Colloquium


About the Summer Colloquium The Claremont Mathematics Summer Colloquium series is sponsored by the Claremont REU Program with funding from the NSF and all of the Mathematics Departments in Claremont. The colloquia are attended by mathematics faculty from all five undergraduate colleges, as well as faculty from the Claremont Graduate University and the Keck Graduate Institute. In addition to faculty, both graduate and undergraduate students attend these talks, so we solicit talks which can be understood and enjoyed by mathematicians at all levels. We look for speakers who are both excellent expositors, and who are engaged in interesting mathematical research.

Time and Place During the Summer, 2007, the colloquium will be held Pomona College on Tuesdays (with one exception). Talks will be held in Milikan 134 and begin at 2:00 pm. Refreshments will follow the talk in in Harry's Room, Millikan 209.

See the Summer Schedule for a list of speakers together with titles and abstracts of their talks. Click here for directions.

Instructions to Speakers Talks should be 50 minutes long and are followed with ample time for questions. Speakers may use blackboards with chalk, overhead projectors with slides, computer projection, or any combination of these. If using computer projection, please consult with the organizers to make sure whatever equipment is needed is on hand.

Summer Schedule, 2007

For more information about the Colloquium, or to suggest speakers, contact either of the Colloquia co-chairs:

Jim Hoste Ghassan Sarkis