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January

On the global solvability of planar vector fields.

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Title: On the global solvability of planar vector fields.Room: DM 409A, Thurs, Jan 27, 1pm.Speaker: Hamid Meziani.Abstract. We will discuss the solvability of first order order linear planar elliptic equations with degeneracies. Normalizations near the closed orbits will be obtained and applications to boundary value problems will be given.

February

On the global solvability of planar vector fields. Part 2

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Title: On the global solvability of planar vector fields, part 2.Room: DM 409A, Thurs, Feb 3, 3:30pm.Speaker: Hamid Meziani.Abstract. We will discuss the solvability of first order order linear planar elliptic equations with degeneracies. Normalizations near the closed orbits will be obtained and applications to boundary value problems will be given.

#1 Meeting Announcement for Position Number 44777

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Venue:DM 401

This is to announce that the recruitment committee of the Statistics Division at the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Florida International will be meeting on the following to discuss the applicant files for this position. There are three meetings total, this is the first.

Meeting Announcement for Position Numbers 45437 & 33928

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Meeting Announcement for Position Numbers 45437 & 33928This is to announce that the recruitment committee of the Mathematics Division in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Florida International University will be meeting on the following day and time to discuss the applicant files for these positions.Dates : February 07, 2011Time : 1000 – 1200Place : DM 442A

Dept Meeting

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Venue:PC 424

We will have a dept meeting Thursday, Feb 10, at 3:30pm in PC424. Agenda:I. Academy of the Art of Teaching Presentation ------- 3:30-3:40 Dr. Leslie Richardson, the new director of the Academy.

#2 Meeting Announcement for Position Number 44777

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Venue:DM 401

This is to announce that the recruitment committee of the Statistics Division at the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Florida International will be meeting on the following to discuss the applicant files for this position. There are three meetings total, this is the second.

Hybrid Divide-and-Conquer Methods for Solving Polynomial Systems

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Title: Hybrid Divide-and-Conquer Methods for Solving Polynomial SystemsSpeaker: Prof. Bo YU from Dalian Institute of Technology ( China )Time: Feb. 11, Friday.Abstract: In this talk, a brief introduction of some hybrid divide-and-conquer methods for solving polynomial systems will be given.

Meeting Announcement for Position Numbers 45437 & 33928

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This is to announce that the recruitment committee of the Mathematics Division in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Florida International University will be meeting on the following days and time to discuss the applicant files for these positions.Dates : February 14, 2011; 02/21/2011; 02/28/2011 Time : 1000 – 1200Place : DM 442A

#3 Meeting Announcement for Position Number 44777

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This is to announce that the recruitment committee of the Statistics Division at the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Florida International will be meeting on the following to discuss the applicant files for this position. There are three meetings total, this is the third.

Regular value theorem in a fractal setting and regularity of Fourier integral operator

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Alex Iosevich Abstract: The classical regular value theorem says that if f: X -> Y is an immersion, where X,Y are smooth manifolds of dimension n,m , n>m , respectively, then the set {x in X: f(x)=y } is either empty or is an n-m dimensional sub-manifold of X . We shall see that a suitable analog of this result is available if a manifold X is replaced by a set of sufficiently large Hausdorff dimension and the function f satisfies a "rotational curvature" condition.

Meeting Announcement for Position Numbers 45437 & 33928

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This is to announce that the recruitment committee of the Mathematics Division in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Florida International University will be meeting on the following days and time to discuss the applicant files for these positions. Dates : February 14, 2011; 02/21/2011; 02/28/2011 Time : 1000 – 1200 Place : DM 442A

March

Colloquium talk: Instant System Availability

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Kai Huang will give a talk in numerical analysis. Title : Instant System AvailabilityAbstract: In this talk, I will present joint work with Prof. Jie Mi on the instant availability A(t) of a repairable system through integral equation.We will prove some properties of system availability, Numerical algorithm for computing A(t) is proposed.Examples show high accuracy and efficiency of this algorithm.

Math Club Camping

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The FIU Astronomy Club / Math Club plans an outing this weekend at Flamingo Park. Please contact the club for more info.

Meeting Announcement for Position Numbers 45437 & 33928

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Venue:DM 442A

This is to announce that the recruitment committee of the Mathematics Division in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Florida International University will be meeting on the following days and time to discuss the applicant files for these positions. Dates : March 7,14 and 21, 2011 Time : 1000 – 1200 Place : DM 442A

Meeting Announcement for Position Numbers 45437 & 33928

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Venue:DM 442A

This is to announce that the recruitment committee of the Mathematics Division in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Florida International University will be meeting on the following days and time to discuss the applicant files for these positions. Dates : March 7,14 and 21, 2011 Time : 1000 – 1200 Place : DM 442A

Meeting Announcement for Position Numbers 45437 & 33928

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Venue:DM 442A

This is to announce that the recruitment committee of the Mathematics Division in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Florida International University will be meeting on the following days and time to discuss the applicant files for these positions. Dates : March 7,14 and 21, 2011 Time : 1000 – 1200 Place : DM 442A

On the J-anti-invariant cohomology of almost complex 4-manifolds

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Colloquim talk: Prof Tedi DraghiciTitle: On the J-anti-invariant cohomology of almost complex 4-manifolds Abstract: We will present some results about the dimension of the space of closed,J-anti-invariant 2-forms of a compact, 4-dimensional almost complex manifold (M,J).

Max-to-Mean Ratio Bounds for the Fundamental Eigenfunction of the

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Prof. Lotfi Hermi, Univ. of ArizonaTitle: Max-to-Mean Ratio Bounds for the Fundamental Eigenfunction of theDirichlet Laplacian DM 409A: Thurs Mar 31, 3:30pmAbstract: Max-to-Mean ratio for the fundamental eigenfunction of the DirichletLaplacian was developed by Payne-Stakgold, and Payne-Rayner in theearly 1970s in the context of shape optimization, with applications inmind. It is a means of gauging various norms of this eigenfunction, andfalls in a class known as ``reverse H"older inequalities''.

April

Statisitics Mini-Conference

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Statisitics Mini-Conference DATE: APRIL 08, 2011 TIME: 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM PLACE: SIPA 100, MMC, FIU MORE INFOrmation Here

Committee meeting for the Math & Education position.

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Venue:DM 445

The search committee will have its first meeting for this position on Thursday, April 14th from 10:00-11:00am in DM suite 445.

Moved to April 14 ! Inverse Boundary Value Problems in a Slab

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Speaker: Xiaosheng Li Time: 3:30pm, Thursday, April 14, 2011 in DM 409A Title: Inverse Boundary Value Problems in a Slab Note: This talk has been moved from April 7 to April 14 !!Abstract: : Inverse boundary value problems arise when one tries to recover internal parameters of a medium from data obtained by boundary measurements. In many of these problems the physical situation is modeled by partial differential equations.

"Nonlinear Filtering and Parameter Estimation for an Affine Jump Diffusion Process: Theory and

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Speaker: Anca Vaceruscu, Stanford Univ. TITLE: "Nonlinear Filtering and Parameter Estimation for an Affine Jump Diffusion Process: Theory and Applications to Portfolio Credit Risk"ABSTRACT: I consider a nonlinear �ltering problem for the generalized Hawkesprocess, with applications to portfolio credit risk. The investors in themarket have access to the credit history of �rms with correlated defaultrisk, but the observations of default times are only available at �xed timeintervals

August

Talk: Optimal Strategy for Certain Hedging Problem

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Zhijian Wu, Prof. and Chairperson at University of AlabamaTitle: Optimal Strategy for Certain Hedging ProblemAbstract: Under the constraint of terminal risk, we search for an optimal deterministic strategy to reduce the running risk in hedging a long-term commitment with short-term futures contracts. An explicit solution is given if the underlying stock follows the simple stochastic differential equation: $dS_t =mu dt + sigma dB_t$, where $B_t$ is the standard Brownian motion.

September

Online Tutoring presentation

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Venue:DM 409A

There will be a presentation “Online Tutoring Services" (SMARTHINKING)August 25, 3:30 in DM409A, organized by the college online program.Colleagues teaching online are especially encouraged to attend this presentation. This meeting has been postponed, most likely to Sept 1 at the same time and location. Please confirm this with the Dept, if interested.

Department Meeting

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Venue:DM 110

We will have a dept meeting Thursday, Sep. 22 at 3:30pm in DM 110. We will discuss 3 promotion files and other topics TBA.

Talk by W.Y.Velez: Recruiting Majors

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Venue:GC 283A

Next Thursday and Friday we will be visited by Prof. William Yslas Velez, a math professor from University of Arizona. Recently he hasbecome active in the recruitment of Math majors, and his department has in the past several years doubled their number of majors - they now have 640.He will be addressing our department about his recruitment efforts on next Thursday 930-1030 in GC 283A.

Math Club Talk

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Venue:AHC 3110

Math Club: Our special guest speaker William Yslas Vélez from the Math department of University of Arizona will be giving a presentation entitled "Mathematics Changed My Life" in AHC 3110 . This will be held Thursday September 29th, 3:30 -4:30, in place of our student colloquium for that week.

November

Colloquium Talk: Prof. Ciprian Gal

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Title: "On quasilinear elliptic equations with fully nonlinear boundary conditions" Tues, Nov 1, 330pm to 430pm in DM 409A. Abstract: We consider nonlinear elliptic partial differential equations subject to fully nonlinear boundary conditions involving boundary operators of the same order as the bulk operators. We discuss issues such as existence of bounded solutions and regularity.

Zhongming Wang's talk

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Title and Abstract of Zhongming's talk are below.Have a very good day! See you TuesdayLauraTitle: Developments of level set method in high frequency wave propagationAbstract: Due to high computational cost in direct simulation of high frequency wave propagation, semi-classical approximation is usually needed. However, the resulting effective equations have finite time singularity. Unlike the viscosity solution, multi-valued solution is relevant in wave propagation context.

The Calabi-Yau Theorem for Hermitian Manifolds

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Geometry Seminar at 4p - 5pm this Wednesday, 11/23 at DM409. Speaker: Prof. V.Tossati from Columbia University. Title: The Calabi-Yau Theorem for Hermitian ManifoldsAbstract: I will discuss an extension of Yau's solutionof the Calabi conjecture to all Hermitian manifolds(possibly non-Kahler), together with some applicationsof this result. This is joint work with Ben Weinkove.