A selection of conference presentations and lectures given by faculty in the College of the Pacific - Department of Mathematics at University of the Pacific.

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Submissions from 2016

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Alan Turing: The Man Behind the Machine, Christopher D. Goff

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Alan Turing: The Man Behind the Machine, Christopher D. Goff

Submissions from 2015

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Alan Turing: The Man Behind the Machine, Christopher D. Goff

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Euler's Multiple Solutions to a Diophantine Problem, Christopher D. Goff

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Fusion Algebras & Accidental Trigonometry, Christopher D. Goff

Submissions from 2013

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Diophantine Geometry, Eulerian Number Theory, and Undergraduates, Christopher D. Goff

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Dynkin Diagrams and Fusion Algebras, Christopher D. Goff

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Euler’s Algebraic Creativity and Undergraduate Math, Christopher D. Goff

Submissions from 2009

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An isomorphism between the fusion algebras of VL+ and type D(1) level 2, Michael Cuntz and Christopher D. Goff

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Fusion Algebras & Accidental Trigonometry, Christopher D. Goff

Submissions from 2008

The Usual Suspects?, Christopher D. Goff

Mathematics and Hollywood: A conversation with mathematical Hollywood writers and mathematics faculty, Christopher D. Goff, Sarah J. Greenwald, David M. Bressoud, Ken Keeler, Alice Silverberg, Eric Weisstein, and Jeff Westbrook

Submissions from 2007

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Does Spelling Count? Reflections on Writing in the Mathematics Classroom, Christopher D. Goff

Submissions from 2006

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A Beautiful Mind, Christopher D. Goff

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Is Hollywood Good for Mathematics? (a brief discussion)., Christopher D. Goff

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Movie Math: Mathematical Talent = Mental Illness, Christopher D. Goff

Mathematics and Popular Culture, Part I, Christopher D. Goff and Sarah J. Greenwald

Mathematics and Popular Culture, Part II, Christopher D. Goff and Sarah J. Greenwald

Submissions from 2004

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How (West) Hollywood Adds Up: A Queer Theoretical View of Mathematics and Mathematicians in Film, Christopher D. Goff

Submissions from 2001

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Ethnomathematics: Challenging Traditional Notions of Mathematical Authority, Christopher D. Goff