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Seminar and Colloquium Bulletin
for the week of January 31 - February 4, 2000.


MONDAY, January 31
        3:30 PM         APPLIED MATH
                        Hector Ceniceros (Caltech) will present
                        "A new approach to dynamically adaptive mesh 
                        generation singular flows"
                        in INSCC 110

TUESDAY, February 1
                        Chris Staskewicz will present
                        "Approximating roots to polynomials in 
                        several complex variables"
                        in JFB 334

        3:05 PM         MAX DEHN
                        Mladen Bestvina will present
                        "Proper actions of SL_n(Z) on 
                        contractible manifolds"
                        in JWB 208

        4:15 PM         ALGEBRAIC GEOMETRY
                        Sean Sather-Wagstaff will present
                        "A dimension inequality for 
                        Cohen-Macaulay rings"
                        in JFB 102

WEDNESDAY, February 2
        3:20 PM         MATH BIOLOGY
                        Erik Jorgensen (Biology) will present
                        "A one-minute biological clock"
                        in JWB 208

THURSDAY, February 3
        3:05 PM         GRADUATE COLLOQUIUM
                        Kai-Uwe Bux will present
                        "Geometry and presentations of groups"
                        in ST 104

FRIDAY, February 4
        3:05 PM         COMMUTATIVE ALGEBRA
                        Sean Sather-Wagstaff will present
                        "Modules of complexity 1"
                        in JWB 308

        3:20 PM         REPRESENTATION THEORY
                        Goran Muic will present
                        "On the first occurence in 
                        the local theta correspondence (cont.)"
                        in JWB 208

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Department of Mathematics
University of Utah
155 South 1400 East, JWB 233
Salt Lake City, Utah 84112-0090
Tel: 801 581 6851, Fax: 801 581 4148

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