Published on January 26, 2022 by Sean Flynt  
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Samford University’s Department of Math and Computer Science will host a research colloquium series starting Feb. 9 and extending through the spring semester. Series organizer Kwadwo Antwi-Fordjour said the events will introduce math and computer science faculty research to the Samford community and also “draw students to the habit of doing research with faculty, and inculcate them into this culture.”

The department encourages interdisciplinary collaboration, and invites faculty and students from throughout the university to attend the Wednesday events in person or online in February, March and April.

Can Fear of Infectious Disease Eliminate Local Populations?
Kwadwo Antwi-Fordjour
Feb. 9

How Graph Theorists Play “Cops and Robbers”
Jeffrey Powell
Feb. 23

Too much Data? How to Remove the Redundant Ones Statistically!
Mingwei Sun
March 23

Computing Symmetry: History and Future Directions
Chad Awtrey
March 30

The Beauty of Mathematics
Frank Patane
April 13

Each event will be 2:30-3:30 p.m. in Russel Hall room 325.

Attend online via Zoom.
Meeting ID: 744 900 8209
Passcode: 655433
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