This semester (Fall 1995)'s schedule:

- Sep 18:
Daniel H. Rothman (Check out the movies!) (MIT Earth, Atmos & Plan)

"Interfaces, multiphase flow, and lattice-gas automata" - Sep 25: -- Student Holiday --
- Oct 2:
Cleve Moler
(Mathworks)

"Matrix -- The Mother of all Data Structures" - Oct 9: -- Columbus Day --
- Oct 16: Joel Cohen (Rockefeller University)

"How many people can the Earth support?" - Oct 23: Leopold Flatto (Bell Labs)

The Lap-Counting Function for Linear Mod One and Tent Maps - Oct 30: Beresford Parlett (UC Berkeley)

"What Hadamard missed" - Nov 6: Nati Linial (Hebrew University, Jerusalem)

The Geometry of Graphs - Nov 8:
Steven Lee (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)

Computing Spacetime Curvature via Differential-Algebraic Equations*(Note: This talk will held at 3:00 pm in Room 1-390!)* - Nov 13: Nathan Kutz (Princeton University)

The Periodically Perturbed Nonlinear Schrodinger Equation - Nov 20: Gil Kalai (Institute for Advanced Study and Hebrew University)

All Monotone Graph Properties Have Sharp Thresholds - Nov 27: R. Ruben Rosales (MIT)

Large amplitude nonlinear resonant acoustic waves without shocks. - Dec 1: J. Maurice Rojas (MIT)

Things Your Mother Should Have Told You About Infinity

*Note the special day (Friday), time (1:00 pm), and room (2-338)!* - Dec 4: Per Bak (Brookhaven National Lab)

Punctuated Equilibria and Self-Organized Criticality - Dec 11: David Aldous (UC Berkeley)

Probabilistic Combinatorics, Weak Convergence, and Probability Models for Random Coalescing

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