Department of Mathematical Sciences

School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Colloquia & Conferences

Colloquia & Conferences

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For fall 2016, unless otherwise noted, our colloquia will be held:

Fridays 2:00PM - 3:00PM in FN 2.102.

******On Wednesday, October 26, this week's colloquium speaker will be J. A. Cuminato, Institute of Mathematics and Computer Sciences, University of Sao Paulo. The title of the talk is Center for Mathematical Sciences Applied to Industry --CEPID-CeMEAI.******

******On Friday, October 21, this week's colloquium speaker will be A K Desai, Department Of Mathematics, Gujarat University, Ahmedabad, India. The title of the talk is Topological Characterizations of Some Known Spaces and Their Applications.******

******On Friday, October 14, this week's colloquium speaker will be J.H. Przytycki, Department of Mathematics, The George Washington University. The title of the talk is Plucking polynomial: Motivated by and applied to knot theory, q-polynomial invariant of rooted trees.******

******On Friday, October 7, this week's colloquium speaker will be Goong Chen, Mathematics Dept and IQSE, Texas A&M University. The title of the talk is Computation, Simulation and Visualization of Pulverizing Aircraft Mountain Crashes.******

******On Friday, September 30, this week's distinguished colloquium speaker will be Francois Baccelli, Simons Chair in Mathematics and Electrical & Computer Engineering, University of Texas at Austin. The title of the talk is Dynamics on Random Networks.******

******On Friday, September 23, this week's distinguished colloquium speaker will be Alain Bensoussan, Ashbel Smith Professor, Jindal School of Management, The University of Texas at Dallas. The title of the talk is Introduction to Backward stochastic differential equations and parabolic P.D.E. in the whole space.******

******On Friday, September 16, our first colloquium speaker will be Maria Umlauft, M.Sc., Statistics, Ulm University. The title of the talk is Rank-based permutation approaches for nonparametric factorial designs.******

Colloquia & Conferences Archive

Weekly Seminars

Fall 2015 - Spring 2016 Colloquia & Conferences Archive





Fr May 6, 2-3pm

FO 2.404


Gauri Verma  

Fr Apr 29, 3-4pm

FN 2.106


Naofal Al-Dhahir

Electrical Engineering

UT Dallas


Applications of Sparse Signal Recovery in Broadband Communications

Fr Apr 29, 2-3pm

FO 2.404


Ambar Sengupta


Louisiana State


Representing Quantum Mechanics: ideas from Frobenius to Heisenberg and von Neumann

Tu Apr 26, TBD



M. Mateljevic

Univ. of Belgrade



Distortion of quasiconformal, harmonic maps and inner estimate for elliptic PDE


Fr Apr 22, 2-3pm

FO 2.404


Jonathan Fickenscher




Ergodic measures for shifts with eventually constant complexity growth

Th Apr 14, 2:30-3:30pm

GR 2.302


Ilya Zaliapin

Mathematics and Statistics

Univ. of Nevada, Reno


Self-similar tree representation of coalescent, branching, and time series

Mon Apr 11, 2-3pm

JO 4.614


Rezvan Gelca


Texas Tech


Theta Functions and Knots

Fr Apr 1, 3-4pm

FN 2.106


Ursula Mueller


Texas A&M University


Efficient estimation in regression with missing responses

Fr Apr 1, 2-3pm

FO 2.404


Anton Izosimov


U of Toronto


Stability for the multidimensional rigid body and algebraic curves

Fr Mar 25, 2-3pm

FO 2.404


Edris Titi


Texas A&M and Weizmann Institute


Is Dispersion a Stabilizing or Destabilizing Mechanism?

Fr Mar 11, 2-3pm

FO 2.404

Viswanath Ramakrishna

Velimir Jurdjevic


University of Toronto


Jacobi's Geodesic Problem and Integrable Hamiltonian Systems on Lie algebras

Tu Mar 8, 2-3pm

SOM 2.904

Maxim Arnold

Sergei Tabachnikov

Dept of Mathematics

Penn State University


Iterating evolutes and involutes

Fr Feb 26, 2-3pm

FO 2.404

Yulia Gel

Ronald Barrios

Data Scientist Consultant, Kemper Insurance

P & C Insurance Pricing Basics and Modeling Techniques

Fr Feb 19, 2-3pm

FO 2.404

Yulia Gel

Ron Butler


Asymptotic expansions and hazard rates for compound and first-passage distributions

Fr Feb 12, 2-3pm

FO 2.404

Yulia Gel

Hon Keung Ng


Analysis of System-based Reliability Data

Fr Jan 29, 2-3pm

FO 2.404

Yulia Gel

Daniel Hietjan


Real-Time Prediction in Clinical Trials: A Statistical History of REMATCH

Fr Jan 15, 2-3pm

FO 2.404

W. Krawcewicz

Z. Balanaov

Carlos Garca-Azpeitia

Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

Molecular chains interacting by Lennard-Jones and Coulomb forces

Tu Jan 12, 2:15-3:30pm

ECSS 2.415

Robert Serfling

Marc Hallin

ECARES, Universite libre de Bruxelles

Monge-Kantorovich Ranks and Signs

Fr Dec 18, 2-3pm

FO 2.404

Qingwen Hu

Yuan Yuan

Memorial University of Newfoundland

Stability and Bifurcation in FDE with Distributed Delay

Fr Dec 4, 2-3pm

FN 2.102

Wieslaw Krawcewicz

Slawomir Rybicki

Nicolaus Copernicus University


Symmetric Liapunov Center Theorem

Fr Nov 20, 3-4pm

FN 2.102

Dmitry Rachinskiy

Pavel Krejci

Institute of Mathematics, Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague

Kurzweil Integral and Discontinuous Hysteresis

Fr Nov 20, 2-3pm

FN 2.102

Oleg Makanenkov

Mikhail Kamenskiy

Voronezh State University, Russia

On M.A.Krasnoselskii and I.G. Malkin bifurcations

Fr Nov 13, 1-2pm

GR 3.302

Wieslaw Krawcewicz

Sergey Antonyan

UNAM, Mexico

Universal Free G-Spaces

Fr Nov 13, 2-3pm

FN 2.102

Swati Biswas

Sat Gupta

Mathematics and Statistics, UNC - Greensboro

Ratio and Regression Estimation of Mean of Sensitive Variables

Fr Nov 6, 2-3pm

FN 2.102

Yulia Gel

Mohsen Pourahmadi

Statistics, Texas A&M University

Modeling Structured Correlation Matrices

Fr Nov 6 - Su Nov 8

UT Dallas

Vladimir Dragovic

Texas Analysis and Mathematical Physics Symposium (TexAMP)  

Fr Oct 23rd, 2-3pm

FN 2.102

Yulia Gel

Iliyan Iliev

Political Sciences, UT Dallas

Social Science Applications of Bayesian Structural VAR Models and Natural Language Processing

Fr Sep 25th, 2-3pm

FN 2.102

Felipe Pereira

Marcus Sarkis

Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Finite Elements Methods for Elliptic Problems with Interfaces




  • Updated: October 19, 2016