Department of Mathematics & Statistics

Department of Mathematics & Statistics
Brown Bag Seminars

The department frequently holds informal "Brown Bag" seminars.  The location of these seminars vary; they typically occur at lunchtime Thursdays. See local announcements or contact Dr. Mohan for details.

Recent and Upcoming:

 
Nov 16: Sara Pollock (Wright State) - Uniqueness of Finite Element Solutions to Quasilinear PDEs

Oct 12: Stefan Doboszczak (AFIT) - Some New Results in Control of Compressible Fluids

June 1: K. T. Arasu (Wright State) - Cryptography: an Introduction and outline of a new cryptosystem

April 20: Parisa Fatheddin (AFIT) - Asymptotic limits of a class of SPDEs

April 6: Sivaguru Sritharan (AFIT) -  The mathematics of hypersonic aerodynamics

Feb 9: Steven Fiorino (AFIT) - Modeling Pulsed-Laser and Water-Cloud Interactions

January 12: Sivaguru Sritharan (AFIT) -THE NONLINEAR SCHRODINGER EQUATION-I: Thermal Blooming of High Energy Lasers

January 5: Sivaguru Sritharan (AFIT) - THE NONLINEAR SCHRODINGER EQUATION-I: Bose-Einstein Condensation

Past Seminars:

October 6: Stefan Doboszczak (AFIT) - "Mathematical Theory of Compressible Viscous Fluids"

November 19: Truong Ngyen (Wright State) - "A deterministic-stochastic method for computing the Boltzmann collision integral in O(MN) operations"

November 12: Sivaguru S. Sritharan - "HILBERT’S SIXTH PROBLEM & HYPERSONIC AERODYNAMICS: Boltzmann, Navier-Stokes and Burnett Equations"

November 9: Thankamani Mohan - "Stochastic Euler Equations of Fluid Dynamics with Levy Noise"

November 5: Benjamin Bennet - "Compensation Goals and Firm Performance"

October 26: Francisco Hernandez (IIT) - "A Comparison of the Dempster-Shafer Method and other Bayesian Methods for Sensor Fusion"

October 8: Ryan Kappedal - "Data Science for Social Good:  Improving Local Labor Market Matching Using High Frequency Resume and Jobs Data"

October 1: Dustin Mixon - "Convex Relaxations of Clustering Problems"

September 24: Mark Oxley – "ROC Analysis and the Fusion of Detection Systems"

September 17: Jonah Reeger  – "Numerical Quadrature over the Surface of the Sphere"

September 10: James Cordeiro – “Conditions for the Ergodicity and non-Ergodicity of Asymptotically Homogeneous Quasi-Birth-and-Death Processes”

September 3: Parisa Fatheddin – “Applications of Feynman-Kac Formula, part II”

August 27: Matthew Charnley (Rutgers University) - “Numerical Simulation of Maxwell’s Equations for Through-the-Wall Detection Analysis”
 
23 Apr - Sivaguru S. Sritharan -  "From Central Limit Theorem to Large Deviations"

14 May - Aihua Wood  -  "A distributed Monte Carlo  method for  Boltzman  equation"