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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. Please scroll through the site to see all available Seminars and Colloquia.

Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium
Date/Time* Topic/Speaker Room

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

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

3:00 pm
"Modeling dominant protein interactions that influence the pathogenesis of protein folding diseases"
Dr. Santiago Schnell, Professor
Department of Molecular & Integrative Physiology
Department of Computational Medicine & Bioinformatics
William K. Brehm Investigator, Brehm Center for Diabetes Research
University of Michigan Medical School

President, The Society for Mathematical Biology
(Local host: Dr. H. Kojouharov)
311 PKH

2:30 pm
"Platonic Solids, Hamilton's quaternions, and Dynkin diagrams"
Dr. Weiqiang Wang, Professor
Department of Mathematics
University of Virginia
(Local host: D. Grantcharov)
311 PKH

3:00 pm
"The golden diffeomorphism of a circle"
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
Date/Time* Topic/Speaker Room

1:00 pm
"Mathematical Model for Time to Neuronal Apoptosis Due to Accrual of DNA DSBs"
Ms. Annabel E. Offer, Graduate Student
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Texas Tech University
311 PKH

2:00 pm
"Over-Tip Shock Wave Structure and its Impact on Turbine Blade Tip Heat Transfer, Including the Effects of Varying Tip Gap"
Dr. Phillip Ligrani, Professor
Eminent Scholar in Propulsion
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
University of Alabama in Huntsville
311 PKH

2:30 pm
"Mathematica 10 in Education and Research"

Troy Schaudt
Wolfram Mathematica

Additional Info: Attendees with no prior experience will learn how to get started with Mathematica, thanks to improvements like free-form input and the new Predictive Interface, which anticipates your next steps and helps you quickly build up a series of calculations. Advanced users report that they learn quite a few timesaving tips and tricks from the seminar. All attendees will receive an electronic copy of the examples, which can be used as is or adapted to individual projects.

No matter your level of technical expertise, you'll find this seminar very informative.
309 PKH

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

Algebra Seminar

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

    AGANT@UTA Seminar
    (Algebraic Geometry, Algebra and Number Theory)

Mathematics Education Seminar

Probability and Statistics Seminar

GAGA@UTA Seminar
(Geometry And Geometric Analysis)