Alumnus to speak at QMCS colloquium Oct. 6 St. Thomas Newsroom October 1, 1999 The first Quantitative Methods and Computer Science Department colloquium this year will meet at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 6, in Room 275, Owens Science Hall. Anyone interested is invited. Matthew Dettinger, a 1999 St. Thomas graduate now working at 3M, will speak about cryptography. Refreshments will be served 10 minutes before the talk. If you need additional information, call Dr. Robert Raymond, (651) 962-5475. RelatedWill robots overpower humans?QMCS Colloquium to examine the basics of waveletsDr. Tom Sturm to give talk, ‘Will Robots Overpower Humans?’What is UST’s artificial intelligence lab up to these days?