CSD 7: Computational Methods for Carbon Nanostructure Research

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CSD 7: Computational Methods for Carbon Nanostructure Research

Seventh in a cross-disciplinary workshop series that brings together researchers in Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences to explore the increasingly diverse ways that computers are used as part of the scientific discovery process. The workshop will combine formal lectures, short talks, and ample time for informal discussions. The basic scientific objective of the workshop is […]

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Why Difference Equations are Much More Important Than Differential Equations?

Prof Doron Zeilberger: Why Difference Equations are Much More Important Than Differential Equations? The short answer is that difference equations deal with the discrete, and differential equations deal with the continuous, and both our mathematical and physical universes are inherently discrete. For the longer answer attend the talk! Friday, April 17 3:00 – 4:00 Temple […]

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VCU Mathematics Colloquium: Prof. Martin Golubitsky

Friday, February 6 3 pm Academic Learning Commons 2201 Patterns of Phase-Shift Synchrony: From Animal Gaits to Binocular Rivalry Prof. Martin Golubitsky Director, Mathematical Biosciences Institute, The Ohio State University  

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Staff Senate Walk-a-thon

Put on your walking shoes and raise money for student scholarships!

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Student Awards Night

The College of Humanities and Sciences Student Awards Night recognizes seniors with a 4.0 GPA and departmental award recipients. Students being recognized will be notified in advance of the ceremony. Wednesday, March 5, 2014, 7 PM VCU Student Commons Commonwealth Ballrooms, Second Floor

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