Front Range Probability Day
Saturday May 6, 2006
University of Colorado at Boulder
This year's speakers are:
Jan Hannig (Colorado State, Department of Statistics)
Manuel Lladser (CU Boulder, Department of Applied Math)
Asymptotic formulae for the coefficients of mixed-powers of generating functions
Oleg Poliannikov (CU Denver, Department of Mathematics)
Time reversal detection in a random medium
José Ramírez (University of Costa Rica, Department of Mathematics)
Bulk diffusion of lattice models
Yu Zhang (CU Colorado Springs, Department of Mathematics)
The divergence of fluctuations for shape in first passage percolation
The Mathematics building itself is located on the corner of Folsom Drive and Colorado Avenue. Entering Boulder from either the North or South, one wants to get oneself onto 28th Avenue (this is US 36 once you exit town in either direction). From 28th, turn west onto Colorado Avenue. Once there, take your first left onto Regent Drive. Next consult this map. Sadly, CU Boulder charges for parking even on the weekends! The pink areas off Regent Drive (to the left of "ITLL") are the parking lots of choice. Note there is also a lot directly north of the Math Department. This is however populated by coin-fed meters which is a real drag, while the Regent lots each have a convenient "paystation". From the Regent lots the Math building is only a few minute walk.
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