Applied Math & Analysis

As part of the Department of Mathematics, the Applied Mathematics Program hosts this ongoing series of seminars. The presentations cover a broad range of topics including numerical analysis, ordinary and partial differential equations, nonlinear systems, scientific computing, dynamical systems theory, mathematical biology, pattern formation, and complex physical systems.

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Last updated: 2018/09/18 - 10:22pm
Alexander Cloninger (UC San Diego)
Wednesday, September 19 - 12:00 pm
Physics 119

We discuss the geometry of Laplacian eigenfunctions on compact manifolds and combinatorial graphs. The `dual' geometry of Laplacian eigenfunctions is well understood on the torus and euclidean space,...

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Roman Shvydkoy (University of Illinois-Chicago)
Wednesday, September 26 - 12:00 pm
Physics 119

In this talk we will introduce a new class of flocking models that feature emergence of global alignment via only local communication. Such models have been sought for since the introduction of Cucker...

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Dana Mendelson (University of Chicago)
Friday, September 28 - 12:00 pm
119 Physics

In this talk, I will discuss several problems on nonlinear wave and dispersive equations with random initial data, including the energy critical nonlinear wave and Schroedinger equations, and...

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Wencai Liu (University of California-Irvine)
Monday, October 1 - 12:00 pm
TBA

We apply piecewise constructions and gluing technics to construct asymptotically flat (hyperbolic) manifolds such that associated Laplacians have dense embedded eigenvalues or singular continuous...

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Jun Kitagawa (Michigan State University)
Wednesday, October 3 - 12:00 pm
119 Physics

Ilse Ipsen (NC State University)
Wednesday, October 10 - 12:00 pm
119 Physics

Jiequn Han (Princeton University)
Wednesday, October 17 - 12:00 pm
Physics 119

Almut Burchard (U of Toronto)
Wednesday, October 24 - 12:00 pm
Physics 119

Guillaume Bal (University of Chicago)
Wednesday, October 31 - 12:00 pm
Physics 119

Weijie Su (University of Pennsylvania)
Wednesday, November 7 - 12:00 pm
Physics 119

Tom Beale (Duke University)
Wednesday, November 14 - 12:00 pm
Physics 119

Elina Robeva (MIT)
Friday, November 30 - 12:00 pm
Physics 119