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Spring 2014 Colloquia

Our colloquium meets on Friday from 3:10 to 4:00 in RSS 251. Refreshments are served at 2:45 at the Math Lounge (RSS 346). 

January 24Virasoro structures in twisted vertex algebras by Iana Anguelova, College of Charleston

January 31: Efficient, unconditionally stable, and optimally accurate FE algorithms for approximate deconvolution models by Leo Rebholz, Clemson University

February 19: Special Colloquium (MBK 219, 3:00 PM): A Partial Differential Equation Analysis of the Flutter Phenomenon by Justin Webster, Oregon State University

February 21: Kolams: Mathematical Thinking in a Women's Art by Sunita Vatuk, the City College of New York

February 24: Special Colloquium (MBK 219, 3:00 PM): Fluid-structure interactions and multiphase flow: Applications to the biological sciences by Shilpa Khatri, University of North Carolina

February 28: Multi-period Portfolio Choice and Bayesian Dynamic Models by Gordon Ritter, Statistical Arbitrage Group at Highbridge Capital

March 14: Poisson Structures on Lie Groups, Yang-Baxter Equations, and All That by Luen-Chau Li, Pennsylvania State University

March 20: Special Number Theory Seminar: Diophantine equations with generalized Fibonacci numbers by Florian Luca, the National Autonomous University of Mexico

March 21: Counting integers with special properties by Florian Luca, the National Autonomous University of Mexico

March 31: Special Colloquium (RSS 251, 3:10 PM) Linear Algebra as a Natural Language for Special Relativity and Its Paradoxes by John dePillis, University of California, Riverside

April 4: Algebraic Geometry and Phylogenetics: Evolution's polynomials by Joseph Rusinko, Winthrop University 

April 11: How a Regulatory Network Evolves Robust Communication Mechanisms by Garrett Mitchener, College of Charleston

April 18: On Erdos covering systems by Mark Kozek, Whittier College


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