Mathematical Sciences Colloquium
The Mathematical Sciences Colloquium series is held each semester, generally on Mondays at 4pm, and is sponsored by the math department. Faculty in the math department invite speakers from all areas of mathematics, and the talks are open to all members of the RPI community. The calendar is organized by the colloquium chair Yuri Lvov.
Spring 2013 Colloquia
Monday, March 4, 2013, 45pm, Amos Eaton 214
Speaker: Georgi Medvedev (Drexel University)
Title: The Geometry of Spontaneous Spiking in Neural Networks.
Host: Victor Roytburd
DiPrima Lecture
 Postponed
to October 7, 2013
Monday, March 25, 2013, 45pm, Amos Eaton 214
Speaker:Peter Constantin (Princeton University)
Title: TBA
Host: Yuri Lvov
Monday , March 25, 2013, 45pm, Amos Eaton 214
Speaker: German Kolmakov (City University of New York)
Title: Non equilibrium GP equation for BoseEinstein condensate dynamics
Host: Yuri Lvov
Thursday , March 28, 2013, 45pm, Sage 3510
Speaker: William Henshaw (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)
Title: High Efficiency Schemes for Wave Equations in SecondOrder Form
Host: Donald Schwendeman
Joint Mathmatical Science Colloquium & Inverse Problem Center Seminar
Monday, April 1, 2013, 45pm, Amos Eaton 214
Speaker: Kui Ren (University of Texas, Austin)
Title: Inverse Problems in Quantitative Fourescence PAT
Host: Joyce McLaughlin
Monday, April 8, 2013, 45pm, Amos Eaton 214
Speaker: Sarah Koch (Harvard University)
Title: An algebraic fingerprint for postcritically finite rational maps
Host: Victor Roytburd
Monday, April 15, 2013, 45pm, Amos Eaton 214
Speaker: Cyrill Muratov (NJIT)
Title: Front Propagation in Stratified Media: A Variational Approach
Host: Yuri Lvov
Monday, April 22, 2013, 45pm, Amos Eaton 214
Speaker: Pavel Berloff (Imperial College, London, UK)
Title: Mesoscale Eddies in the Ocean: Mathematical Framework and Challenges
Host: Yuri Lvov
Thursday, May 2, 2013, 45pm, Fischbach Room (Folsom Library)
Speaker: Blerta Shtylla (Mount Holyoke College)
Title: Mathematical Models of Chromosomal NanoMachines: A Story of Attachment and Error.
Host: Peter Kramer
Monday, May 6, 2013, 45pm, Amos Eaton 214
Speaker: Samuel Isaacson (Boston University)
Title: Stochastic ReactionDiffusion Modeling in Cell Biology
Host: David Isaacson
A full calendar of events in the School of Science is available at this website.
