Applied Math Colloquium
During the academic year, the Department of Engineering Sciences and Applied Mathematics holds a weekly applied math colloquium.
- Mondays at 4 p.m.
- Tech M416
- Refreshments served at 3:45 p.m.
Fall 2014 schedule:
- 9/29/14: Dr. Cristián Huepe Minoletti of Labo Labs
"Elasticity-based mechanism for collective motion in natural and artificial swarms"
- 10/13/14: Professor Rolf Ryham of Fordham University
"Control of Lipidic Pore Dynamics by Aqueous Viscosity"
- 10/20/14: Professor Nathan Kutz of the University of Washington
"Sparsity and Equation-Free Methods for Complex Systems"
- 10/27/14: Professor Martin Golubitsky of Ohio State University
"Patterns of Synchrony: From Animal Gaits to Binocular Rivalry"
- 11/3/14: Professor Andreas Waechter of Northwestern University (IEMS)
"A Derivative-Free Method for Solving Nonlinear Optimization Problems with
- 11/10/14: Dr. Ira Schwartz of the US Naval Research Laboratory
"Predicting epidemic rare events: A dynamical systems perspective of disease
extinction and control"
- 11/17/14: Professor Oskar Hallatschek of the University of California, Berkeley
Winter 2015 schedule:
- 1/5/15: Professor Christopher Danforth of the University of Vermont
"Remote Sensing of Emotional States in Real-Time" -- http://hedonometer.org
Spring 2015 schedule:
- 4/13/15: Professor Ka-Kit Tung of the University of Washington
- 5/11/15: Reiss Lecture: Professor Detlef Lohse of the University of Twente (Netherlands)
- 5/12/15: Reiss Lecture: Professor Detlef Lohse of the University of Twente (Netherlands)
View ESAM's PlanIt Purple Calendar for additional department event information.
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Reiss Memorial Lectures
Learn more about the Edward L. Reiss Memorial Lectures in Applied Mathematics, hosted annually by the department.