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K-State Supervisory Foundations Pillar I- Performance Management: Supervisory Best Practices






Waylande Gregory


博士论文的防御 - 泸州


差距食品安全计划研讨会 - 在线

学习要求获得认证的美国农业部差距,并建立一个食品安全计划。模板和记录的例子将被共享。 KSU和扩展万亩仍然有...

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博士。凯瑟琳即赖夫,MSPH,博士,助理教授,诊断药品/病理学,电竞外围网将表现为下跌2020 DMP的一部分...

11/12 15:30
Early Career Funding Opportunities Information Session



扬声器:yoosik金 摘要:介绍了盘势函数深谷,哦,太田大野扮演学习拉格朗日子流和重要的作用...

11/12 15:30
[{"@context":"//schema.org","@type":"Event","name":"Applied Math Seminar: Orthogonality and direct sampling methods for Maxwell's equations in bi-anisotropic media","description":"扬声器:周四乐(K-状态)\n\nAbstract: The electromagnetic inverse scattering \u200bproblem is to reconstruct some physical and/or geometrical characteristics of an object from the electromagnetic field scattered by that object. The problem arises in applications such as nondestructive testing, radar, medical imaging, geophysical exploration, etc. However, solving this problem is challenging because it is nonlinear, ill-posed, and associated with Maxwell's equations with possibly matrix-valued coefficients. Existing methods for the solution to the inverse scattering problem for bi-anisotropic media only work for small scattering objects. In this study, we develop the direct and orthogonality sampling methods to solve the electromagnetic inverse scattering problem for bi-anisotropic scattering objects of arbitrary shape. These methods aim to construct imaging functionals that are fast, easy to implement, and stable with respect to noise. The imaging functionals will indicate whether a sampling point of the probed domain is in the interior or the exterior of the scattering object. Also, we will show numerical simulations of these methods and compare them with those of the classical factorization method. This is joint work with Dinh-Liem Nguyen and Hayden Schmidt. \n\n The zoom link will be sent out on Wednesday.","startDate":"2020-11-12T16:00:00-06:00","endDate":"2020-11-12T17:00:00-06:00","eventStatus":"EventScheduled","location":{"@type":"VirtualLocation","url":"//events.k-state.edu/event/applied_math_seminar_orthogonality_and_direct_sampling_methods_for_maxwells_equations_in_bi-anisotropic_media"},"url":"//events.k-state.edu/event/applied_math_seminar_orthogonality_and_direct_sampling_methods_for_maxwells_equations_in_bi-anisotropic_media","image":"//localist-images.azureedge.net/photos/779511/huge/833f5088500e4db550c37d5be483c8b76912d1e0.jpg"}]
Applied Math Seminar: Orthogonality and direct sampling methods for Maxwell's equations in bi-anisotropic media

扬声器:周四乐(K-状态) 抽象:电磁逆散射问题是重建的一些物理和/或几何特性...

11/12 16:00
[{"@context":"//schema.org","@type":"Event","name":"Crossroads: Where Science Communication and Diversity, Inclusion, Equity and 无障碍 Intersect","description":"阿散蒂·戴维斯,舰队科学中心,圣地亚哥\n下午4-5 |周四,11月12。 \n\nAshanti Davis joined the exhibitions department of the Fleet Science Center in February 2014 as a Tinkering studio coordinator. Now, as exhibition manager, she leads an interdisciplinary team in the development of unique experiences and exhibitions for visitors of all ages to the Fleet Science Center. Davis was a participant in a National Science Foundation-funded project called \u201cInformath\u201d where she explored the cross-sections between art, math and science in informal learning environments as a part of a collaborative of learners.\n\nDavis will provide a short introduction on the intersection of science communication with diversity, inclusion, equity and accessibility, and then engage in a conversation about these issues with the participants. To do so, Davis will draw from her experiences as the chair and co-investigator of an internal group for diversity, inclusion, equity and accessibility, seeking to make an impact on organizational culture and systems. \n\nPlease register to attend by 5 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 11.\n\nThis event is part of the fourth-annual Science Communication Week presented by the Kansas 科学传播 Initiative.","startDate":"2020-11-12T16:00:00-06:00","endDate":"2020-11-12T17:00:00-06:00","eventStatus":"EventScheduled","location":{"@type":"VirtualLocation","url":"//events.k-state.edu/event/crossroads_where_science_communication_and_diversity_inclusion_equity_and_accessibility_intersect"},"url":"//events.k-state.edu/event/crossroads_where_science_communication_and_diversity_inclusion_equity_and_accessibility_intersect","image":"//localist-images.azureedge.net/photos/35026583384835/huge/e3ac4b0f3bdaab5af56397798662bb1259344488.jpg"}]
Crossroads: Where 科学传播 and Diversity, Inclusion, Equity and 无障碍 Intersect

阿散蒂·戴维斯,舰队科学中心,圣地亚哥 下午4-5 |周四,11月12。 阿散蒂·戴维斯参加了舰队科学中心展览部...

K-状态奥拉西 Academic Program Information Session


11/12 16:00
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博士。亚伦威特克,小号的助理教授,伊萨卡学院 这一事件发生在变焦。请联系医生。约翰·基尔戈在jrkilgor@ksu.edu为...




Economically Motivated Adulteration & its Implication on the Juice Industry

Leadership Essentials Series





特里萨梅里克,k的状态写作中心主任助理 下午1-2 |周五,11月13。 梅里克将分享如何有效地呈现信息...


这个后续培训,较早引进来的NVivo 12加/ NVivo的地址一些工具的更复杂的应用,如过程...



11/13 16:00
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Topology Seminar: Cusp cobordism of Morse functions

主讲人:多米尼克wrazidlo 20世纪50年代中期开始,ren'e托姆嵌入歧管的配边组的研究减少到伦群的计算...

K-State volleyball
Athletics - Soccer


学生音乐会,汉娜·卡斯威尔 - 长笛




第13周 - 第84个日历日
第13周 - 第84个日历日
4-H T恤设计截止奥斯卡卢萨






11/16 10:30
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AHNA河skop,遗传学系,威斯康星大学麦迪逊分校 上午11时 - 中午|周一,11月16 你有没有想过是什么样的成长...

MS防御 - 博士。乔丹·罗伯茨


11/16 12:30
[{"@context":"//schema.org","@type":"Event","name":"本科数学研讨会","description":"发现在噪声信号:医学研究在大数据时代\n\n布兰登grossardt,梅奥诊所\n\nAs a part of my role as a statistician at Mayo Clinic, I work on a large epidemiological infrastructure project. This project tracks and describes the health of more than 700,000 persons in southeast Minnesota and western Wisconsin. In particular, I have developed an online tool for medical researchers to explore the relationships between diseases, surgeries, medications, and other characteristics. This talk will describe some of the challenges faced in dealing with large amounts of data in healthcare research, and how statistics and data science can help guide future re搜索.\n\nBrandon Grossardt graduated from K-State with a BS in Mathematics (2001) and MS in Statistics (2003). Since 2003, he has worked at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota and is currently a Senior Statistician and Assistant Professor of Biostatistics. He has published more than 140 articles and abstracts in scientific journals and regularly lectures on the topics of epidemiology, statistics, and public health.","startDate":"2020-11-16T13:30:00-06:00","endDate":"2020-11-16T14:20:00-06:00","eventStatus":"EventScheduled","location":{"@type":"VirtualLocation","url":"//events.k-state.edu/event/undergraduate_mathematics_seminar_5413"},"url":"//events.k-state.edu/event/undergraduate_mathematics_seminar_5413","image":"//localist-images.azureedge.net/photos/779511/huge/833f5088500e4db550c37d5be483c8b76912d1e0.jpg"}]

发现在噪声信号:医学研究在大数据时代 布兰登grossardt,梅奥诊所 因为我作为梅奥统计学家角色的一部分...

Rebecca Lamason

博士。 lamason,生物系,麻省理工学院将介绍她的研究题为“细菌病原体劫持主机机械...



11/16 15:30