# Difference between revisions of "Cookie seminar"

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## Revision as of 12:58, 24 January 2012

**General Information**: Cookie seminar will take place on Mondays at 3:30 in the 9th floor lounge area. Talks should be of interest to the general math community, and generally will not run longer then 20 minutes. Everyone is welcome to talk, please just sign up on this page. Alternatively I will also sign interested people up at the seminar itself. As one would expect from the title there will generally be cookies provided, although the snack may vary from week to week.

To sign up please provide your name and a title. Abstracts are welcome but optional.

**Seminar talks**:

January 30

Speaker: George Craciun Title: Persistence in biological networks Abstract: I will describe some open problems in mathematical biology, having to do with existence of invariant regions for nonlinear dynamical systems. There is NSF grant funding to work on some of these problems.

February 6

Speaker: Title: