Seminars for the Week of Monday, February 8, 2016
- Departmental Colloquium
February 8, 2016, 4:00 PM: Graeme Milton, University of Utah, Cloaking: where Science Fiction meets Science.
- Algebra Seminar
February 8, 1:30 PM: Martin Lorenz, Temple University, On actions of groups and Hopf algebras, III
- Analysis Seminar
February 8, 2:40PM: Gerardo Mendoza, Temple University. Fourier Integral Operators: an overview.
- Applied Mathematics & Scientific Computing Seminar
February 10, 2016, 4:00pM: Erica J. Graham, Bryn Mawr College, From physiological to pathological: Modeling ovulatory function and dysfunction in women.
- Big problems / Big Ideas Graduate Seminar
No seminar this week.
- Geometry-Topology Seminar
Wednesday, February 10, 2:45 PM: Khalid Bou-Rabee, City College of New York, The topology of local commensurability graphs.
- Graduate Student Seminar
February 12, 1:30PM: Kathryn Lund-Nguyen Temple University Magical things that happen when you combine a quadrature rule, a Krylov subspace, and a matrix function
- Graduate Analysis Seminar
Friday, February 12, 10:30 aM: Max Gilula,University of Pennsylvania, Riemann's Rearrangement Revelry
- Probability Seminar
February 9, 2016, Nayantara Bhatnagar, Univ Delaware (@ Penn) Limit theorems for monotone subsequences in Mallows permutations.