The Fall 2015 SASMS will be held on Thursday, November 19 at 4:30 in MC 5479. If you would like to give a talk, you may do so by clicking "Sign Up" above.

5:30

Eric Yau

Infinite Graphs

6:00

Pure Math Club

Dinner

6:30

Anthony McCormick

Abstract Wiener Spaces

7:00

Samuel Yusim

The Metric Dimension of Graphs

7:30

Ilia Chtcherbakov

$Ax^4 + Bx^3 + Cx^2 + Dx + E = 0$

8:00

8:30

Henry Liu

Everything is Wrong

9:00

Anton Borissov

Everything

Various graph structures when taken to infinity. I promise pretty pictures. If time permits I will present my favourite result in infinite graph theory.

We constructively prove the existence of pizza and pop. Here's a non-constructive proof: Sir, $\frac{a + b^{n}}{n} = x$, hence pizza exists.

When Haar's theorem fails, sometimes you can use Wieners instead.

Um, just put the title in again.

First we solve the linear, then the quadratic, then the cubic, then the quartic. Time permitting, we'll also see why you can't do any better than that in general.

I will break as much of undergrad mathematics as I can within half an hour. Highlights will include disproofs of rank-nullity, Zorn's lemma, Liouville's theorem, and more.

Contrary to the previous talk I will try to sketch why everything is not wrong. First, we'll solve a few differential equations. Then, we solve quantum gravity. Prerequisites: basic linear algebra.