Professor Alex Kasman continues this semester’s series of colloquium talks for undergraduate math majors at 3:10pm Wed. Mar 2, 2016, in 104 RSS with an introduction to the fascinating subject of solitons. These seemingly impossible wave forms have had a huge impact in not just physics and applied mathematics but also the real world. Profess Kasman is a soliton expert and terrific teacher. This talk is not to be missed!
For more information, see the flyer, and Professor Kaman’s Soliton Page.
The talk is preceded by tea in the math department lounge 346 RSS at 2:45pm. Come by and say hi.