The American Mathematical Society (AMS) is one of the premier mathematical associations. The mission of the AMS is to further the interests of mathematical research, scholarship and education, serving the national and international community through publications, meetings, advocacy and other programs. AMS Graduate Student Chapters are designed to generate interest in the mathematical sciences and encourage students in their mathematical pursuits by providing them with new opportunities and experiences.
- Blaise Heider, President
- Subhash Subedi, Vice President
- Istiaq Hossain, Treasurer
- Tommy Credeur, Secretary
Graduate student seminar talks for the Fall 2017 semester
We meet in 311 Maxim Doucet Hall.
30 August 2017
Idempotents in Rings and Ring Extensions
13 September 2017
Metrizability of Topological Vector Spaces
27 September 2017
An Introduction to Analytic Number Theory via the Riemann Zeta Function
Abstract: Analytic Number Theory seeks to use the techniques and results of Complex and Real Analysis to answer Number Theoritic questions. The early development of this area of study was driven by Gauss and Riemann. We will derive some results about the Riemann Zeta function and discuss the first big theorem of Analytic Number Theory, the Prime Number Theorem, as well as the field's most famous conjecture: the Riemann Hypothesis (both of to which the Riemann Zeta Function is critical). Time allowing other applications of the Riemann Zeta Function will be discussed.
11 October 2017
Oral Exam and Research Discussion/Q&A
Abstract: In this seminar, some of the older graduate students will give their experiences and studying advice for preparing for the oral exams. They will also give their experiences in regards to research they have done so far.
25 October 2017
8 November 2017