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Fall 2013 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

3:00 pm
"Sparse inverse covariance estimation for a million variables"
Dr. Inderjit S. Dhillon, Professor
Department of Computer Science
The University of Texas at Austin
(Local host: R.-C. Li)
311 PKH

3:00 pm
"So you think you understand fractions? Quick, does 23/67 equal 33/97? A mathematician's secret from Euclid to today"
Dr. David Pengelley, Professor
Department of Mathematical Sciences
New Mexico State University
(Local host: B. Shipman)
311 PKH

3:00 pm
"Bayesian Methods for Study Design and Statistical Analysis"
Dr. Kathryn Chaloner, Professor and Head
Department of Biostatistics
The University of Iowa
(Local host: J. Su)
311 PKH

3:00pm - 4:15pm
"Block-structured Adaptive Mesh Refinement: Boldly Going Beyond Single-Step Methods"
"Pros and Cons of Research in Industry vs Academia"
Dr. Donna Calhoun, Assistant Professor
Department of Mathematics
Boise State University
(Local host: M. Vancliff)
311 PKH

3:00 pm
"Poincare-Birkhoff-Witt Theorems"
Dr. Sarah Witherspoon, Professor
Department of Mathematics
Texas A&M University
(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

2:00 pm
"Integrating human phenome, genome, and interactome network for discovering phenotype-gene associations"
Dr. Tae Hyun Hwang, Assistant Professor
Quantitative Biomedical Research Center
Department of Clinical Sciences
The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
311 PKH

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

Algebra Seminar

Date/Time* Topic/Speaker Room

(1:15 pm-2:00 pm)
2:00 pm
"Symmetric output feedback control and isotropic Schubert calculus"
Before the seminar, there will be 45 minutes devoted to applications of algebraic geometry.
Dr. Frank Sottile, Professor
Department of Mathematics
Texas A&M University, College Station
321 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.


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

Mathematics Education Seminar

Probability and Statistics Seminar

GAGA@UTA Seminar