The Graduate Student Seminar (GSS) is a series of short talks (30-60 minutes) which are given with the intended audience of FAU graduate and advanced undergraduate students. Talks should not suppose advanced prerequisite knowledge and provide a low pressure atmosphere for adjusting to the seminar style meetings which happen frequently on our campus. If you are interested in giving a talk, please contact Shane Keply (firstname.lastname@example.org), Andrew Thomack (email@example.com), or Alex Milbrand (firstname.lastname@example.org).
|Date||Presenter||Title and Abstract|
|9/8/17||Alexandra Milbrand||LaTex: Writing Mathematics. Part 1 of a 3-part series sponsored by AMS FAU Student chapter|
|10/13/17||Shane Keply, Shaun Miller, Zach Tyree||Computation Softwares at FAU. Part 2 of a 3-part series sponsored by AMS FAU Student chapter|
|11/17/17||The Preposition You Ended Your Sentence With|
Abstract: We will give an introduction to the mark-up language, LaTex, commonly used to write mathematics. We will overview basic concepts, how to install it and get a document started, and resources for further work. We will also showcase some of the many uses that are relevant to the graduate mathematician.