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Seminars

This page is updated approx twice a year, or by request. For upcoming talks, please see the "Events" section of the main page. We also have joint Friday talks with the Dept of Physics, and in the Math Club, which are not listed here.

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January

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Venue:DM 409A

Related to the Geometry Conference, we'll have a talk on January 3rd at 4.30-5.30pm in DM 409A. The speaker is Prof. L. Vezzoni from U. Torino (Italy) Click on the heading to view the abstract. We also plan a soccer match which will include some of the participants and maybe some students. It is scheduled for 7pm after the talk by L. Vezzoni. See Prof Draghici or Grantcharov for more info.

February

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Venue:DM 144

Thursday, Febr 2, 3.30 pm, DM 144 Prof. Akram Aldroubi from Vanderbilt Univ. will give a colloquium talk next Thursday. Graduate students are especially encouraged to participate. Title : Systems generated from the iterative actions of operators. Click the heading above to view the Abstract

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Venue:DM 100

Prof. Jing Tian from University of South Florida will give a colloquium talk Friday, February 10, 2 pm, in DM 100. Title: Study of the chaotic vibration of the 2D non-strictly hyperbolic equation Abstract: In this talk, I will mainly discuss the chaotic vibration phenomenon of the 2D non-strictly hyperbolic equation due to an energy-injection boundary condition and a distributed self-regulation boundary condition.... [For more, click on the heading above]

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Venue:DM 110

Colloquium talk. Monday, February 13, 2 pm, DM 110 Dr. Yifei Lou from UT Dallas will speak on "The Difference of L1 and L2 for Compressive Sensing and Image Processing".

March

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Venue:DM 110

Dr. Penghang Yin [UCLA] will speak on non-convex iterative L1 methods for sparse/low-rank reconstruction problems. For the abstract, click the heading.

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Venue:DM 100

On Thursday, March 30, Prof. Vilmos Komornik from the University of Strasbourg (France) will give a colloquium talk. Graduate students are especially encouraged to participate.

April

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Venue:DM 100

Anudeep Kumar, George Washington Univ. April 11 LONG TIME BEHAVIOR OF SOLUTIONS TO THE GENERALIZED HARTREE EQUATION Click the heading for the Abstract

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Venue:College of Business Complex (CBC) Rm. 142

Conference in Statistical Methods and Mentoring Florida International University Date: April 21, 2017 (Friday) Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM Place: College of Business Complex (CBC) 142, Modest A. Maidique campus (MMC), FIU

May

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Venue:TBA

On Monday, May 15, Prof. Christopher Heil from Georgia Tech. will speak on "Music, Time-Frequency Shifts, and Linear Independence". The abstract is attached.