It is better to keep your mouth closed and let people think you are a fool than to open it and remove all doubt.
Latin Squares, talk given on Friday, May 13, 2022 for our Math Undergraduate and Graduate Students.
The map of the countries where I have given a math talk (Canada, United States, Spain, Romania, The Netherlands, Brazil, South Korea, Italy, England, China, Singapore, France, Malta, Japan, United Arab Emirates).
Following David Galvin, the following is a map of all the US states where I have given a math talk.
- Rhode Island: Zoom talk at ICERM Workshop in 2020
- Hawai’i: University of Hawai’i at Manoa 2019
- Ohio: Ohio State 2018
- Georgia: University of West Georgia 2018
- DC: George Washington University 2018
- Texas: Rice University 2017
- New York: Clarkson University 2017
- Maryland: US Naval Academy 2016; Norbert Wiener Center, University of Maryland 2019
- Iowa: Iowa State University 2015; ILAS 2017
- Alabama: University of Alabama at Huntsville 2014
- Florida: AMS Meeting Tampa 2014; University of Miami 2017
- Wyoming: University of Wyoming 2011, 2013
- Tennessee: University of Memphis 2011; AMS Meeting Knoxville 2014; Middle Tennessee State 2018
- Virginia: VCU 2018, 2011; College of W&M 2011
- Illinois: REGS University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 2011
- Washington: Microsoft Research, Redmond 2011
- Utah: SIAM Applications of Dynamical Systems, Snowbird 2011; BYU 2019
- Minnesota: AMS Meeting, Macalaster College 2010
- New Jersey: Princeton 2018,2010; Rutgers 2018
- Pennsylvania: Penn State, Drexel 2010
- Massachusetts: AMS Meeting, Worcester 2009; MIT 2017, 2014; WPI 2017
- Delaware: University of Delaware 2008
- South Carolina: College of Charleston 2008
- Vermont: SIAM Discrete Math Conference 2008
- Arizona: AMS Meeting Tucson 2007
- California: Caltech 2008,2007; UC San Diego 2006; Cal State San Marcos 2006
- Wisconsin: Brualdi-Fest, Madison 2005
- Colorado: AMS Meeting, Boulder, 2003
- Indiana: AMS Meeting, Bloomington, 2003; Purdue CS 2014; IUPUI 2021