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Analysis and Applied Mathematics Seminar - Fall 2021

Usually meets Monday at 4:00 pm in SEO 636 or Zoom per schedule.
August 23
August 30
September 6
No seminar
Labor Day
September 13
(4:00 pm; Zoom)
Rafail Abramov
Determinism vs stochasticity in models of particle interactions, and some interesting consequences in fluid mechanics
September 20
(4:00 pm; 636 SEO)
Jean-Luc Thiffeault
University of Wisconsin–Madison
A Brownian rod in a lattice of obstacles
September 27
October 4
(4:00 pm; Zoom)
Jason Murphy
Missouri S&T
Threshold scattering for the cubic-quintic NLS
October 11
(4:00 pm; 636 SEO)
Xuenan Li
The kagome lattice as a mechanical metamaterial
October 18
(4:00 pm; Zoom)
Ruiwen Shu
University of Oxford
The Sharp Erdős-Turán Inequality
October 25
(4:00 pm; 636 SEO)
Caroline Moosmueller
Efficient distribution classification via optimal transport embeddings
November 1
(4:00 pm; Zoom)
Siming He
Duke University
Applications of the Shear-flow Induced Enhanced Dissipation
November 8
(4:00 pm; 636 SEO)
Chris Rycroft
The reference map technique for simulating complex materials and multi-body interactions
November 15
(4:00 pm; Zoom)
Oscar Riaño
Florida International University
Well-posedness results for the generalized Hartree and KdV equations
November 22
(4:00 pm; 636 SEO)
Hongqiu Chen
University of Memphis
Some thoughts on BBM, BBM-KdV-type nonlinear dispersive equations
November 29
(4:00 pm; Zoom)
Antonio De Rosa
U Maryland
Regularity of anisotropic minimal surfaces
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