MSCS Colloquium Videos

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MSCS Colloquium –  November 9, 2020 – Video
Sharing Secrets
Adam Wood ’16 – Visiting Assistant Professor of Mathematics, St. Olaf College

MSCS Colloquium – November 2, 2020 – Video
One Function to Rule Them All
David Walmsley, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, St. Olaf College

MSCS Colloquium – October 26, 2020 – Video
Data to Inform Policies to Reduce Gun Violence Involving Civilians and Police
Daniel Webster, ScD, MPH, Bloomberg Professor of American Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

MSCS Colloquium – October 5, 2020 – Video
Mayo COVID-Plasma project team: Challenges and day to day work as statisticians
David Hodge & the Mayo COVID-Plasma Project Team

MSCS Colloquium – September 14, 2020 – Video
A Raspberry Pi Platform to Teach Parallel Computing – Tanaka Khondowe ’22 and George Kokalas ’22
Kubernetes:  Creating a St. Olaf Computer Science Local Cloud – Eliott Cassidy ’22 and George Kokalas ’22
The Effects of Interference on Multi-Robot ExplorationDagmawe Haileslassie ’22, Sean Daly ’21,
and Hope Moran ’22

MSCS Colloquium – April 9, 2018 – Video
The Case of the Missing Vertex
Suzanne Doree, Professor of Mathematics Augsburg University

MSCS Colloquium – February 19, 2018 – Video
Color me combinatorial: beauty from statistical mechanics
Kaisa Taipale, University of Minnesota

MSCS Colloquium – December 11, 2017 – Video
How Connected Are Your Bones? A Novice’s Guide to Bone Micro-architecture
Lisa Langsetmo, University of Minnesota

MSCS Colloquium – December 4, 2017 – Video
The Computer Science Senior Capstone Seminar
Cell Phones in the Theater: Wht if you came to a theater show that asked you to keep your cell phone on, and use it, rather than turn it off?
Deandre Bauswell, David Ellenberger, Elija Verdoom
Expanding to the Cloud
Josh Becker, Jesus Caballero, Andrew Lee, Scott Nesbit
Exploring the Fourth Dimension: What does a 4D cube look like?
Justin Pacholec, Tian Tian Pang, Joe Peterson, Omar Shehata

MSCS Colloquium – October 9, 2017 – Video
The Power of Mathematics Teaching in an Age of Alternative Facts
MSCS & Music Department Visiting Speaker Evening Talk – Video
Harmonious Equations: an Exploration of Math & Music
David Kung, Professor of Mathematics, St. Mary’s College of Maryland

MSCS Colloquium – September 25, 2017 – Video
Not All Fun & Games: Challenges of Professional Game DevelopmentOmar Shehata
Tests and Containerized Deployment for HiPerCiC 3 ApplicationsHugo Valent