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Post-Colloquium Tea

Phillips Hall 330

Please join us in Phillips Hall, Room 330 for tea following the Applied Mathematics Colloquium.

Applied Mathematics Colloquium – Thomas P. Witelski, Duke University

Phillips Hall 332

Title: Coarsening dynamics of condensing fluid thin films Speaker: Thomas P. Witelski, Department of Mathematics, Duke University Abstract: The behavior of thin layers of viscous fluids coating solid surfaces is of importance in many industrial and natural applications. Interfacial instabilities … Read more

Post-Colloquium Tea

Phillips Hall 330

Please join us in Phillips Hall, Room 330 for tea following the Applied Mathematics Colloquium.

Special Applied Mathematics Colloquium – Boris Landa, Yale University

Phillips Hall 247

Title:Detection and recovery of low-rank signals under heteroskedastic noise Speaker: Boris Landa, Department of Mathematics, Yale University Abstract: A fundamental task in data analysis is to detect and recover a low-rank signal in a noisy data matrix. Typically, this task is … Read more

Post-Colloquium Tea

Phillips Hall 330

Please join us in Phillips Hall, Room 330 for tea following the Applied Mathematics Colloquium.

Applied Mathematics Colloquium – Gadi Fibich, Tel Aviv University

Phillips Hall 332

Title: Spreading of Innovations on Networks Speaker: Gadi Fibich, School of Mathematical Sciences, Tel Aviv University Abstract: Spreading (diffusion) of new products is a classical problem. Traditionally, it has been analyzed using the compartmental Bass model, which implicitly assumes that … Read more

Applied Mathematics Colloquium – Anna C. Nelson, Duke University

Phillips Hall 332

Title: Mathematical modeling of polymerization processes in physiology Speaker: Anna C. Nelson, Department of Mathematics, Duke University Abstract: Polymerization, or aggregation, is essential for many physiological systems. For example, the emergence of a fibrin polymer mesh during the formation of … Read more

Post-Colloquium Tea

Phillips Hall 330

Please join us in Phillips Hall, Room 330 for tea following the Applied Mathematics Colloquium.

Post-Colloquium Tea

Phillips Hall 330

Please join us in Phillips Hall, Room 330 for tea following the Applied Mathematics Colloquium.