Analysis and Applied Mathematics Seminar - Spring 2019

Usually meets Monday at 4:00 pm in SEO 636.
January 14
January 21
No seminar
Martin Luther King Day
January 28
(4:00 pm; 636 SEO)
Yannis Giannoulis
University of Ioannina, Greece
Interaction of modulated water waves of finite depth
February 4
(4:00 pm; 636 SEO)
Milton Lopes Filho
Vanishing viscosity and the Navier friction condition
February 11
(4:00 pm; 636 SEO)
Shawn Walker
Louisiana State University
A Numerical Scheme for the Generalized Ericksen Model of Liquid Crystals With Applications to Virus DNA Packing
February 18
(4:00 pm; 636 SEO)
David Nicholls
University of Illinois at Chicago
Simulating Multilayer Plasmonic Devices with Domain Decomposition Methods: High-Order Perturbation of Surfaces Implementations
February 25
(4:15 pm; 636 SEO)
Michael Greenblatt
University of Illinois at Chicago
Fourier transforms of indicator functions, lattice point discrepancy problems, and related matters
March 4
(4:00 pm; 636 SEO)
Gideon Simpson
Drexel University
Sampling from Rough Energy Landscapes
March 11
(4:00 pm; 636 SEO)
Paula Vasquez
University of South Carolina
Kinetic modeling of viscoelastic materials - A parallel approach
March 18
(4:00 pm; 636 SEO)
Matthew Novack
University of Texas-Austin
Recent Results for the 3D Quasi-Geostrophic System: Boundary Conditions and Non-Uniqueness
March 25
No seminar
Spring Break
April 1
(4:00 pm; 636 SEO)
Ryan Obermeyer
University of Illinois at Chicago
On a dissipative Gross-Pitaevskii-type model for exciton-polariton condensates
April 8
(4:00 pm; 636 SEO)
Radu Purice
IMAR, Bucharest
Peirl's substitution at the bottom of the spectrum in the absence of Wannier functions
April 15
April 22
(4:00 pm; 636 SEO)
Tristan Buckmaster
Princeton University
April 29
(4:00 pm; 636 SEO)
Colette Guillope
Universite de Paris Est
May 6
(4:00 pm; 636 SEO)
Theodor Drivas
Princeton University
The Navier-Stokes-End-Functionalized polymer system
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