Mathematical Sciences

School of Natural Sciences & Mathematics


AY 2017-2018 Colloquia

Unless otherwise noted, the colloquium will be held on Fridays @ 11:00 am in FN 2.102

If you have questions about the colloquium please contact Dr. Vishwanath Ramakrishna.

Archive of talks from previous semesters




Apr 13 Alessandro Arsie

Mathematics and Statistics

U. Toledo
Bi-flat F-manifolds and Integrable Conservation Laws – an overview
Apr 6 Kimihiro Noguch


U. Western Washington
Simultaneous Visual Representations of the Effect Sizes and Measures of Statistical Significance
Mar 30


FN 2.102
Snigdhansu Chatterjee


U. Minnesota
Geometric Statistics for High-Dimensional Data Analysis
Mar 30 Louis H Kauffman


U of Illinois at Chicago
Distinguished Colloquium

Virtual Link Cobordism
Mar 23 Jack Xin


UC Irvine
Distinguished Colloquium

Non-convex Relaxation Methods in Data Science
Mar 9 Li Wang


UT Arlington

Bilevel Polynomial Programs and Semidefinite Relaxation Methods
Mar 2 Ronald Butler


Verbotenland: Inversion of moment generating functions using values in its analytic continuation
Feb 23rd Emily Grosholz

English and Philosophy

Penn State
The Growth of Mathematical Knowledge
Feb 9th, 2pm

FO 3.606
Peter R. Wolenski

Math, LSU
A Survey of Fully Convex Control problems
Feb 9th

GR 3.420
Niharika Challapalli

Compressed Sensing and its approaches to Control Systems
Nov 17th
Svetlozar Rachev

Texas Tech
Option Pricing with Greed and Fear Factor: The Rational Finance Approach
Nov 10th Jingyong Su

Texas Tech
Rate-Invariant Analysis of Trajectories on Manifolds
Nov 3rd Frank Sottile

Texas A&M
Distinguished Colloquium

Galois groups in Enumerative Geometry and Applications
Oct 20th Augusto Visintin

Trento, Italy
Compactness and Structural Stability of Nonlinear Flows
Oct 6th Józef H. Przytycki

George Washington University
Adventures of a knot theorist in the word of homological algebra
Sep 29th K.N. Murty

Andhra University, India
Qualitative properties of first order matrix systems involving kronecker product of matrices
Sep 8th


SLC 1.202
Zhaosheng Feng

University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley
Symmetry Analysis to the KdV-Burgers-Kuramoto equation