Spring 2016 Colloquia
Our colloquium meets on Friday from 3:10 to 4:00 in RSS 102. Refreshments are served at 2:45 at the Math Lounge (RSS 346).
January 15: Anton Izosimov, University of Toronto, Stability for the multidimensional rigid body and complex algebraic curves.
January 29: Renling Jin, CofC, Nonorientable Regular Cayley Maps - A twisted intersection of algebra, geometry, and combinatorics.
February 5: Jin-Hong Park, CofC, A new look at the nonlinear time series modeling using non- (or semi-) parametric approach.
February 12: Anthony Bishara, Psychology, CofC, The Choice of Correlation Coefficients amidst Non-Normal Data.
February 19: Andrew Przeworski, CofC, Delaunay cells for arrangements of flats in hyperbolic space.
February 26: Dinesh Sarvate, CofC, A report on Sabbatical including some new results of group divisible designs.
March 3: Special seminar in MYBK 112 at 3: Keith Promislow, Michigan State University, Geometric Evolution and Bifurcation in Multicomponent Amphiphilic blends.
March 4: Keith Promislow, Michigan State University, Network Formation in Amphiphilic Polymer Membranes.
March 18: Iana Anguelova, CofC, Bosonization and it applications.
March 25: Scott Funkhouser, SPAWAR, The Prime Difference Champions.
April 1: Justin Webster, CofC, Title: Flutter Dynamics, or: The Waltz of the Wave and Plate Equations.
April 8: Mukesh Kumar, CofC, Title: Innovative numerical discretization of partial differential equations.
April 15: Alain Togbé, Purdue University, Diophantine m-tuples and challenges.
April 22: Stéphane Lafortune, Linear and Orbital Stability of Solutions to the VFE and the VFE Hierarchy.
May 16: Rob Milson, Characterization of Exceptional orthogonal polynomials.