Summer 2001
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FALL 2001
Date 
Time* 
Topic/Speaker 
Room 
10/4/2001 Thursday 
2:00pm 
``A fictitious domain approach to the direct numerical
simulation of incompressible viscous flow past moving
rigid bodies: Application to particulate flow''
TrsongWhay Pan,
Department of Mathematics,
University of Houston

304 PKH 
10/12/2001 Friday 
2:00pm 
``Weighted Compact Scheme for Shock Capturing''
Li Jiang, Department of Mathematics,
University of Texas at Arlington

487 PKH 
10/18/2001 Thursday 
2:00pm 
``Slow Passage Through Homoclinic Orbits for the Unfolding of a
SaddleCenter
Bifurcation and the Change in the Adiabatic Invariant''
Richard Haberman,
Department of Mathematics,
Southern Methodist University

304 PKH 
10/26/2001 Friday 
3:30pm 
``NBody Modelling''
Donald Greenspan,
Department of Mathematics,
University of Texas at Arlington

487 PKH 
11/2/2001 Friday 
2:00pm 
``Blow up and instability of solitarywave solution to
KadomtsevPetviashvili equations''
Yue (David) Liu,
Department of Mathematics,
University of Texas at Arlington

304 PKH 
11/2/2001 Friday 
2:30pm 
``Noncommutative Curves''
Kim Retert,
Department of Mathematics,
Texas A & M University

487 PKH 
11/8/2001 Thursday 
2:00pm 
``The Wonderful World of Ion Channels''
Malgosia WilkBlaszczak,
Department of Biology,
University of Texas at Arlington

118 LSB 
11/16/2001 Friday 
2:00pm 
``Stochastic Electron Dynamics: A Challenge for some new Mathematics''
H. Keith McDowell,
Vice President for Research and Information Technology,
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry,
University of Texas at Arlington

304 PKH 
11/20/2001 Tuesday 
2:00pm 
``Exploring the Dynamics of Dendritic Spines''
Steven M. Baer,
Department of Mathematics,
Arizona State University

304 PKH 
11/21/2001 Wednesday 
4:00pm 
``NonArchimedean dynamics, Drinfeld modules and a theorem of
Schinzel''
Professor
LiangChung Hsia,
Department of Mathematics,
Harvard University and National Central University, Taiwan

487 PKH 
11/30/2001 Friday 
2:00pm 
``Solution of Differential Equations Using Continuous Lie Groups''
George Emanuel,
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering,
University of Texas at Arlington

304 PKH 
12/7/2001 Friday 
2:00pm 
``Nonlinear Wave Propagation in Media with Dispersion and Dissipation''
Vladimir Varlamov,
Department of Mathematics,
University of Texas at Austin

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