# Math/CS Everyperson Seminar

This seminar, supported by the Hewlett Foundation's
Strengthening
Interdisciplinary Connections
at Brandeis Initiative, has
replaced the Everyperson Seminar previously existing in the Math
Department.
The **new meeting time** is on Mondays
**from 4 to 5 PM** in Goldsmith 317, preceded by **tea at 3:30 PM**
at the Math Department lounge.

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Schedule of Talks, 2001-2002

The **goals** of the seminar are:

to expose math and computer science majors, as well as
beginning graduate and advanced undergraduate students, to research
interests of faculty
members of both the Mathematics and Computer Science
Departments

to help graduates, undergraduates and faculty of
both departments get to know each other in the informal
atmosphere of seminar talks

to discuss and promote interactions between mathematics and
computer science
Speakers in the seminar will explain a piece of mathematics or computer
science, related to their research, that will be understandable
by faculty, graduate students, and advanced undergraduates. We would like
to invite members and friends of both Math and CS Departments to
participate in this seminar by giving talks, attending talks, and
suggesting graduate and undergraduate students who could talk at the
seminar. Available funds will be used for honoraria for speakers ($75 for
students, $50 for faculty) and for refreshments before meetings.

Anyone who would like to volunteer to speak should contact the organizers, Dmitry Kleinbock, Daniel Ruberman, or Ira Gessel.

Click
here for directions to
the Brandeis Mathematics Department.

*Page last
updated: May, 2002.*