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International researchers come to Nipissing for discussion


The Department of Computer Science and Mathematics is excited to host discussions this week featuring researchers from around the world. The series featured Dr. Yasunao Hattori, president of Shimane University in Japan, who spoke on Tuesday. Dr. Dana Bartošová from the University of São Paulo in Brazil, speaks today.

Mitchell Haslehurst, Nipissing undergraduate summer research student also got the opportunity to present on Tuesdaym just priort to President Hattori’s talk titled Transfinite separation dimension and related spaces.

"Nipissing University has a very strong Computer Science and Mathematics department, focused on teaching, learning and research,” said Dr. Harley d'Entremont, Vice President, Academic and Research at Nipissing. “This strength allows us to attract international leaders to our campus for events such as the research talks."

Mitchell Haslehurst, Contractible vertex-transitive complexes, Tuesday, July 28; Dr. Yasunao Hattori, Transfinite separation dimension and related space, Tuesday, July 28; Dr. Dana Bartošová, Topological dynamics and dual Ramsey theory, Wednesday, July 29, 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., in room A223​

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