by okon | May 7, 2021 | MathSeminars_new

Hi everyone! Can you believe that we’ve nearly made it to the end of the semester? On Wednesday, May 12, I will be giving the final seminar presentation of the semester. I’m sorry that you all have to listen to me give another presentation this semester, but at...
by cherven | Apr 30, 2021 | MathSeminars_new

An origami construction that allows us to trisect an angle, a key functionality needed to construct the cube root of a length and construct a solution to the cube doubling problem. As a child, I was, for a very long time, quite interested in the art of origami...
by fundalinski | Apr 28, 2021 | MathSeminars_new

[Abstract] Hello, My name is Dylan Fundalinski and for my 380 talk, I will be talking about the Golden Ratio and how it appears in certain types of architecture from various places around the world. I will go over what the Golden Ratio is, and calculate an example of...
by gordner | Apr 26, 2021 | MathSeminars_new

Hello, everybody! Last semester, I wrote my honors thesis on some of Albert Einstein’s work, specifically special and general relativity. In my research, I came across a number of calculations relating to the application of relativity in astrophysics and cosmology...
by wojnar | Apr 16, 2021 | MathSeminars_new

Hello my name is Bryan. I like thinking about the shortest distance between two locations because it may actually be helpful for anyone who moves through the day, which if I had to guess is not anyone who is reading this. If your energy is in the presence of...
by paradowski | Apr 3, 2021 | MathSeminars_new

Hi everyone! My name is Kara Paradowski and I will be giving my 480 presentation on Wednesday April 7, 2021 at 2:10 PM via zoom. I hope you all can attend! Here is a quick description of what I am going to cover in my talk. There are many types of geometry that we...