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Graduate Student Research Showcase

Phillips Hall 332

Limited space available so sign up now! Given the success of the faculty lightning talks in January, the faculty will repeat this, but we are also creating an event for you the graduate students to develop and practice your “elevator pitch” … Read more

Applied Mathematics Colloquium – Mansoor Haider, North Carolina State University

Phillips Hall 332

Title: Local identifiability analysis approaches for mathematical modeling of biological soft tissues Speaker: Mansoor Haider, Department of Mathematics, North Carolina State University Abstract: The accurate estimation, interpretation, and elimination of parameters in mathematical models depends on the structure of the … Read more

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