Spring 2013 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 18: Optimal Stopping of a Brownian Bridge by Garrett Mitchener, College of Charleston

January 25: Additive Combinatorics and Detailed Structure by Renling Jin, College of Charleston

February 1: Finite Axiomatizability and Commutative Directoids by Kate Owens, College of Charleston

February 8: Rational series for multiple zeta and log gamma functions by Paul Young, College of Charleston 

February  15: Representability frame matroid and lift Matroid in a Projective Plane by Rigoberto Florez, The Citadel

February 22: No colloquium

March 1: Real time motion correction for head imaging in MRI by Truman Brown from MUSC

March 8: Special Applied Math Seminar [MBK 219, 3.pm]: Transient dynamics - Why the present is more complicated than the future by Stefan Siegmund, Technical University of Dresden

March 15: Bounding Cohomology for Finite and Algebraic Groups by Daniel Nakano, University of Georgia

March 22: Austere Submanifolds in Complex Projective Space by Marianty Ionel, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro  

March 29: Sparse Nonparametric Regression by Bo Kai, College of Charleston

April 4: Special Applied Math Seminar [MBK 219, 3.pm]: Various families of traveling wave solutions of Gray-Scott model by Vahagn Manukian, Miami University in Ohio

April 5: Wavefronts in a model for gasless combustion with heat loss by Anna Ghazaryan, Miami University in Ohio

April 12: Multiple autoregressive time series modeling by the sufficient dimension reduction by  Jin-Hong Park, College of Charleston

April 19: Permutation test for unit root and Parametric estimation by Jiexiang Li, College of Charleston

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