Mathematical Sciences

School of Natural Sciences & Mathematics


AY 2019-2020 Colloquia

Unless otherwise noted, the colloquium for the fall semester will be held on Fridays @ 11:00 am in JO 3.516. If you have questions about the colloquium please contact Dr. Vishwanath Ramakrishna. Archive of talks from previous semesters




Fri, Nov 22

GR 4.208

2 pm – 3 pm

N. Balakrishnan

McMaster University, Canada

Distinguished Colloquium

Cure Models

Nov 15

Peter Howard

Texas A&M

Renormalized oscillation theory for linear Hamiltonian systems via the Maslov index

Fri, Nov 8

CB1 1.104

2 pm – 3 pm

Lingzhou Xue

Penn State University

Robust High-Dimensional Regression with Coefficient Thresholding and its Application to Imaging Data Analysis

Fri, Nov 1

CB1 1.104

2 pm – 3 pm

Brendon Rhoades

University of California, San Diego

The algebra and geometry of ordered set partitions

Fri, Nov 1

Kaitlin Hill

Wake Forest University

Optimal path choice in stochastic piecewise-smooth systems

Fri, Oct 25

Jozef H. Przytycki

George Washington University

Gram Determinants in Knot Theory

Fri, Sep 27

Baris Coskunuzer

Mathematical Sciences Department
UT Dallas

Million Dollar Problem: Poincare Conjecture

Fri, Sep 6

Cezar Lupu

Department of Mathematics & Statistics

Texas Tech University

Riemann Zeta and Multiple Zeta Values