UT Arlington, Department of Mathematics The University of Texas at Arlington

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Fall 2015 Seminars and Colloquia

Each year, distinguished research scholars from around the world are invited to present colloquium and seminar lectures in the Department.





Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium
Date/Time* Topic/Speaker Room
09/11/2015
Friday

3:00 pm
"Spectra of Short Pulse Solutions of the Cubic-Quintic Complex Ginzburg Landau Equation near Zero Dispersion"
Dr. John Zweck, Professor
Department of Mathematical Sciences
University of Texas at Dallas
(Local host: J. Su)
311 PKH
09/18/2015
Friday

3:00 pm
"Spectrum-revealing Matrix Factorizations"
Dr. Ming Gu, Professor
Department of Mathematics
University of California, Berkeley
(Local host: R.-C. Li)
311 PKH
10/02/2015
Friday

3:00 pm
"TBA"
Dr. Santiago Schnell, Professor of Molecular & Integrative Physiology
Professor of Computational Medicine & Biology
William K. Brehm Investigator, Brehm Center for Diabetes Research
University of Michigan Medical School
University of Michigan

President, The Society for Mathematical Biology
(Local host: Dr. H. Kojouharov)
311 PKH
10/16/2015
Friday

3:00 pm
"TBA"
Dr. Weiqiang Wang, Robinson Professor of Mathematics
Department of Mathematics
University of Virginia
(Local host: D. Grantcharov)
311 PKH
11/06/2015
Friday

3:00 pm
"TBA"
Dr. Patrick Shipman, Associate Professor
Department of Mathematics
Colorado State University
(Local host: B. Shipman)
311 PKH

  *Refreshments are served shortly after each presentation. Colloquia talks are 50 minutes long, followed by an open-forum discussion with faculty and graduate students.




Special Presentations

  *Refreshments are served shortly after each presentation. Special Presentations are 50 minutes long, followed by an open-forum discussion with faculty and graduate students.




Inverse Problems Seminar




Applied Mathematics Seminar

  *Refreshments are served 30 min. prior to a presentation.




Algebra Seminar


  *Refreshments are served 10 min. prior to a presentation.



Mathematics Education Seminar





Probability and Statistics Seminar





GAGA@UTA Seminar