Schedule for Steven Miller: Cell 617-835-3982; email: sjm AT williams.edu
MONDAY,  Nov 11-16  (items in bold occur each week): All meetings in my office unless otherwise specified (Bascom 106D)

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday  
9:00am 413-597-3089. fac house AmandaL   9:00am
9:30am           9:30am
10:00am Math 331 Little Qs   Math 331 Little Qs   Math 331 Little Qs Griffin6 10:00am
10:30am Math 331 Little Qs   Math 331 Little Qs   Math 331 Little Qs 10:30am
11:00am Math/Stat 341 Probability   Math/Stat 341 Probability   Math/Stat 341 Griffin 6 11:00am
11:30am Math/Stat 341 Probability   Math/Stat 341 Probability 1140 giebien Math/Stat 341 Probability 11:30am
12:00pm         12:00pm
12:30pm         12:30pm
1:00pm       dept stetson109 Math/Stat Colloquium 1:00pm
1:30pm       dept Math/Stat Colloquium 1:30pm
2:00pm dept 2:00pm
2:30pm           2:30pm
3:00pm   CAM   3:00pm
3:30pm           3:30pm
4:00pm MtG     4:00pm
4:30pm           4:30pm
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5:30pm           5:30pm
6:00pm Skating 615 Swimming 615 Swimming 6:00pm
6:30pm Skating 615 Swimming 615 Swimming 6:30pm
7:00pm gelato ecocafe 630-8 615 Swimming 615 Swimming 7:00pm

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LONG TERM: Mar 2018 Email Linda Chen <chencita@gmail.com> on NSF program officer article AMS

LONG TERM: 2018: April: Mystic for Williams

LONG TERM: 2021: Aug 2-4: PBK Boston 2nd-4th 2021 StL

SUPER LONG TERM: 2024: April 8: totality solar eclipse: http://boston.cbslocal.com/2017/08/21/solar-eclipse-2024-new-england-totality/

TRAVEL: Might have $100 USAir voucher   

Courses:

FAR ahead: PROBABILITY book: Guilherme Amorim <guilherme.amorim@gmail.com>

GENERAL SCHEDULE: Sat: Kayla 9:15 - 10:30

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday  
9:00am       9:00am
9:30am           9:30am
10:00am Math 331 Little Qs SC109   Math 331 Little Qs   Math 331 Little Qs 10:00am
10:30am Math 331 Little Qs SC109   Math 331 Little Qs   Math 331 Little Qs 10:30am
11:00am Math/Stat 341 Probability SC103   Math/Stat 341 Probability   Math/Stat 341 Probability 11:00am
11:30am Math/Stat 341 Probability SC103   Math/Stat 341 Probability   Math/Stat 341 Probability 11:30am
12:00pm   Science Talk TBL 211   URLAC 12:00pm
12:30pm   Science Talk TBL 211   URLAC 12:30pm
1:00pm Math Colloquium     dept Math/Stat Colloquium 1:00pm
1:30pm Math Colloquium     dept Math/Stat Colloquium 1:30pm
2:00pm Office hours Office hours dept Office hours 2:00pm
2:30pm     Office hours     2:30pm
3:00pm     SABR 3:00pm
3:30pm       Thunderbeasts 345-5   3:30pm
4:00pm   Thunderbeasts 345-5   4:00pm
4:30pm       Thunderbeasts 345-5   4:30pm
5:00pm           5:00pm
5:30pm           5:30pm
6:00pm 600 Skating 615 Swimming 615 Swimming 6:00pm
6:30pm 600 Skating 615 Swimming 615 Swimming 6:30pm
7:00pm 600 Skating 615 Swimming 615 Swimming 7:00pm

Items to do below: Department meetings are for now scheduled for Tuesdays 1:15-2:45 pm in the Spencer Seminar Room:

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Attached please find my letter of recommendation for . If you could confirm receipt that would be appreciated, and if you need anything else please just let me know.

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firstdigit[x_] := Floor[10^(Mod[Log[10,x],1])]

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PROB BOOK:

page 447: the first equation after the cauchy distribution definition says the integral is 0 but it should be \pi

Math 372: Complex Analysis, Lecture , September , 2017:             Steven Miller, Williams College, Complex Analysis, Math 372,
 

Math 466: Advanced Applied Analysis: Lecture : September , 2017:              Steven Miller, Williams College, Advanced Applied Analysis, Math 466,

 

\begin{quote} One of the most important parts of research is learning how to frame a question in a good way, a way
that highlights the key features of the problem and allows us to then apply our tools to solve it. This is not easy,
and this is often the step that requires the most creativity. --Jamie Lesser (Williams '17) \end{quote}

 

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Based on the referee report, this paper is not a good fit for JNT and the author is encouraged to submit elsewhere.

 

Referee report: As the present paper is mostly building on previous techniques and only partially resolving a problem without a clear application, it is not a good fit for JNT and should instead be sent elsewhere.

 

 

 

Based on the referee report, this paper needs work before it can be carefully read at JNT.



Referee report: Any article claiming to prove as many results as this, especially just using elementary methods, needs a significantly stronger introduction selling the reader on the techniques. As written there is not enough detail to present a compelling case to the reader that this paper will succeed where others have failed. It is thus not ready for consideration.

 

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Math 331: The Little Questions, Lecture , November , 2018: Steven Miller, Williams College, Math 331, The Little Questions,

Math/Stat 341: Probability: Lecture , November , 2018: Steven Miller, Williams College, Math/Stat 341: Probability,