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Fall 2012 Seminars and Colloquia

Each year, well-known scholars from around the world are invited to present colloquium and seminar lectures in the Department. In the last academic year, more than 30 distinguished researchers from 10 different countries presented lectures at the Department colloquia and seminars.





Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium
Date/Time* Topic/Speaker Room
09/14/2012
Friday

3:00 pm
"Selected Mathematical Models in Economics, Biology, and Ecology"
Dr. Natalia Hritonenko, Professor
Department of Mathematics
Prairie View A&M University
(Local host: B. Chen)
311 PKH
09/28/2012
Friday

3:00 pm
"Topological Effects in Quantum Mechanics and High-Velocity Estimates"
Dr. Ricardo Weder, Professor
School of Sciences
Senior Researcher, Institute of Applied Mathematics and Systems
Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
(Local host: T. Aktosun)
311 PKH
10/19/2012
Friday

3:00 pm
"High Relative Accuracy Algorithms for Matrix Eigenvalue Problems with Applications to Differential Operators"
Dr. Qiang Ye, Professor
Department of Mathematics
University of Kentucky
(Local host: R.-C. Li)
311 PKH
11/02/2012
Friday

3:00 pm
"Counting plane partitions"
Dr. Evgeny Mukhin, Professor
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
(Local host: D. Grantcharov)
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.




Applied Mathematics Seminar
Date/Time* Topic/Speaker Room
11/06/2012
Tuesday

2:00 pm
"Efficient Reconstruction Algorithms for Inverse Problems in Quantitative Photoacoustic Imaging"
Dr. Kui Ren, Assistant Professor
Department of Mathematics
University of Texas at Austin
355 ERB
11/16/2012
Friday

10:00 am
"Asymptotic methods for approximating gamma function and related functions"
Dr. Cristinel Mortici, Professor
Department of Mathematics
Valahia University of Targoviste, Romania
311 PKH
11/16/2012
Friday

2:00 pm
"Numerics for Inverse Problems in Biomedical Imaging"
Dr. Wolfgang Bangerth, Associate Professor
Department of Mathematics
Texas A&M University
311 PKH
11/30/2012
Friday

2:00 pm
"FFT & Filtering Applications"
Dr. Hilaire Kadjo, Senior Systems Engineer
Space & Airborne Systems (SAS)
Raytheon Company
311 PKH

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




Algebra Seminar

Date/Time* Topic/Speaker Room
11/02/2012
Friday

4:30 pm
"Tate cohomology for finite dimensional Hopf algebras"
Van Nguyen, Graduate Student
Department of Mathematics
Texas A&M University
311 PKH




Seminar on Representations and Geometry

This is a working seminar designed mainly for UTA students.
For more information, including dates of the seminar, see the seminar's website.
This seminar is an activity of the UTA research group Noncommutative Algebraic Geometry, Representation Theory and their Interactions.




AGANT@UTA Seminar

Date/Time* Topic/Speaker Room
10/19/2012
Friday

4:30 pm
"Representations of Vector Field Lie Algebras"
Dr. Charles Conley, Professor
Department of Mathematics
University of North Texas
311 PKH
11/16/2012
Friday

4:30 pm
"Commutative Subalgebras coming from Duality of Actions"
Dr. Natalia Rozhkovskaya, Assistant Professor
Department of Mathematics,
Kansas State University
311 PKH

  *Refreshments are served 15 min. prior to a presentation.



Mathematics Education Seminar




Probability and Statistics Seminar





GAGA@UTA Seminar