Eugene A. Herman: Presentations

Visual Linear Algebra, a four-hour minicourse at the national meeting of the Mathematical Association of America (2003, 2004, 2005).

Teaching Linear Algebra with Computers, a three-day workshop for members of the Allegheny Mountain Section of the Mathematical Association of America (2004).

Visual Linear Algebra, invited talk, International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics (2003).

Linear Algebra Using an Interactive Text (with Pepe, Moore, and King), a minicourse at the national meeting of the MAA in January, 1997, January, 1998, and January, 2000; at the International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics in November, 1996, November, 1998, November, 1999, and November, 2000; at the 7th Conference of the International Linear Algebra Society in June, 1998; and at the Iowa section meeting of the MAA in April, 2000.

Linear Algebra and Computing, invited colloquium talk, University of Puget Sound (1995).

The Information Superhighway and You, panel discussion (co-moderator), meeting of the Mathematical Association of America (1995).

ATLAST Developers Workshop (co-director), a one-week NSF-funded workshop to develop new linear algebra exercises (1994).

ATLAST Workshop, a three-day workshop on linear algebra for college mathematics faculty (1992, 1993).

The MAA and Technology, invited talk, International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics (1992).

The ATLAST Workshops, invited talk, International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics (1992).

Computing in Undergraduate Linear Algebra (with Charles Jepsen), MAA minicourse (1985, 1986, 1988, 1991).

Using Technology to Strengthen Critical Inquiry in the Mathematics Major, invited lecture, meeting of the Association of American Colleges (1990).

The Role of Computers in Calculus Reform, panel discussion (chair), meeting of the Mathematical Association of America (1989).

MAX: The MAtriX Algebra Calculator, invited lecture/demonstration, Conference on Computing in Undergraduate Education (1987), and national meeting of the Mathematical Association of America (1989).

Keynote speech, conference, Using Technology in Calculus Instruction (University of Texas, San Antonio, 1989).

Applied Linear Algebra and the Computer, three-day Chautauqua course for college science faculty (1989).

The Math Student's Computer Toolkit in the 1990s, invited lecture, MAA Iowa Section meeting (1986) and Carnegie-Mellon University (1987).

Software for Calculus, invited lecture/demonstration, ACM/GLCA conference on calculus (1988).

The Use of Computing in the Teaching of Linear Algebra, panel discussion (chair), meeting of the Mathematical Association of America (1985).

The Use of Computing in Upper Level Undergraduate Courses, panel discussion (chair), meeting of the Mathematical Association of America (1985).

Intelligent CAI in Precalculus Mathematics, invited lecture, meeting of the Mathematical Association of America (1985).

Graphics and Computer-based Learning, session chair, National Educational Computing Conference (1981).

Gelfand Theory of Pseudo Differential Operators, invited lecture, Mathematics Seminar, University of Hamburg (1968).

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