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SPRING 2003

Date Time* Topic/Speaker Room
02/14/2003
Friday
2:00 pm "Non-Oscillatory Schemes for Scalar Conservation Laws"
Bojan Popov, Department of Mathematics, Texas A&M University
304 PKH
02/28/2003
Friday
2:00 pm "Direct Numerical Simulation for Flow Separation Control with Pulsed Jets"
Chaoqun Liu, Department of Mathematics, University of Texas at Arlington
304 PKH
03/07/2003
Friday
2:00 pm "Multi-Disciplinary Analysis, Inverse Design and Optimization"
George S. Dulikravich, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of Texas at Arlington
304 PKH
03/07/2003
Friday
4:00 pm "Zero Loci of Holomorphic Forms and Birational Geometry"
Dr. Tie Luo, Department of Mathematics, University of Texas at Arlington
487 PKH
03/28/2003
Friday
2:00 pm "Global Regularity for Nonlinear Wave Equations"
Theresa Jorgensen, Department of Mathematics, University of Texas at Arlington
304 PKH
04/03/2003
Thursday
4:00 pm "Coupled Cell Systems - A Potpourri of Theory and Examples"
Martin Golubitsky, Department of Mathematics, University of Houston
304 PKH
04/04/2003
Friday
2:00 pm
ANNUAL LECTURE SERIES

"Symmetry in Chaos: Patterns on Average"
Martin Golubitsky, Department of Mathematics, University of Houston
110 PKH
04/07/2003
Monday
2:30 pm "A Three-Dimensional Finite Element Model for Numerical Simulation of Free Surface Flows"
Dr. Hua Shan, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
University of Central Florida

304 PKH
04/25/2003
Friday
2:00 pm "The Least Square Values and the Shapley value"
Irinel Dragan, Department of Mathematics, University of Texas at Arlington
304 PKH
05/01/2003
Thursday
2:00 pm "On the stability of a linear oscillator with variable parameters"
Professor Alexander Ignatyev, Institute of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics Ukrainian Academy of Science Donetsk
304 PKH
05/01/2003
Thursday
4:00 pm "On the Classification of the Weight Modules of Lie Superalgebras"
Dimitar Grantcharov, Department of Mathematics, UC Riverside

Algebraic Geometry, Algebra
and Number Theory
AGANT Seminar
487 PKH

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