Fearless Friday Seminars
The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science features a continuing Fearless Friday Seminar series open to interested students, faculty and the general public.
The talks are typically held at noon or at 2:30 p.m. in the Tutt Science Center, often with pizza provided!
To help gauge the level of Fearless Friday talks, they come with a built-in rating system for mathematical background required, mimicking the motion picture ratings with which we are all familiar.
Rated G: No mathematical or computer science background required.
Rated PG: A little undergraduate mathematics or computer science assumed.
Rated PG13: A lot of undergraduate mathematics or computer science assumed.
Rated R: Some graduate mathematics or computer science assumed.
Rated X: A talk only the speaker understands.
Rated XXX: A talk even the speaker fails to understand.
SEMINAR ARCHIVE of past years' abstracts and topics: 2005-2016
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