# Mathematics Department

###### Applied Math And Analysis Seminar

##### Philippe G. LeFloch (Sorbonne University, CNRS)

**Tuesday, January 28 - 3:15 pm**

**119 Physics**

I will present recent progress on the global evolution problem for self-gravitating matter. (1) For Einstein's constraint equations, motivated by a scheme proposed by Carlotto and Schoen I will show...

###### Probability Seminar

##### Minheer Dewaskar (UNC, Statistics and Operations Research)

**Thursday, January 30 - 4:15 pm**

**119 Physics**

Suppose that n balls are to be sequentially placed into n bins with the objective of keeping the maximum load of the bins small. In absence of a central dispatcher, and in order to minimize the...

###### Applied Math And Analysis Seminar

##### Joe Kileel (Princeton)

**Friday, January 31 - 12:00 pm**

**119 Physics**

Perspectives from computational algebra and numerical optimization are brought to bear on a scientific application and a data science application. In the first part of the talk, I will discuss cryo-...

###### Probability Seminar

##### Samantha Petti (Georgia Tech)

**Thursday, February 6 - 4:15 pm**

**at UNC, 125 Hanes Hall**

In this talk we introduce two different random graph models that produce sparse graphs with overlapping community structure and discuss community detection in each context. The Random Overlapping...

###### Data Dialogue

##### Lei Li

**Friday, February 7 - 11:45 am**

**Gross Hall 103**

11:45 LUNCH 12:00 Seminar https://services.math.duke.edu/~leili/

###### Applied Math And Analysis Seminar

##### Jeremy Hoskins (Yale University)

**Friday, February 7 - 12:00 pm**

**119 Physics**

###### Mathematical Biology Seminar

##### Anna Miller

**Friday, February 7 - 1:30 pm**

**119 Physics**

###### Algebraic Geometry Seminar

##### Jonathan Campbell (Duke University, Mathematics)

**Friday, February 7 - 3:15 pm**

**Physics 119**

###### Applied Math And Analysis Seminar

##### Shi Jin (Shanghai Jiao Tong University)

**Tuesday, February 11 - 3:15 pm**

**119 Physics**

We first develop random batch methods for classical interacting particle systems with large number of particles. These methods use small but random batches for particle interactions, thus the...