Applied Math Seminar


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Past Seminar Speakers

  • September 14, 2017
    Speaker: Kacey Leavitt and Andrew Henrichsen, Brigham Young University
    Title: Density-Based Clustering Algorithms Identifying Hebraic Rhetoric in Text
  • April 13, 2017
    Speaker: Emily Evans, Department of Mathematics, Brigham Young University
    Title: Force-based models of cell-extracellular interaction
  • April 6, 2017
    Speaker: Braxton Osting, University of Utah
    Title: Dirichlet graph partitions
  • March 30, 2017
    Speaker: Nathan Glatt-Holtz, Mathematics, Tulane University
    Title: Stochastic Models for Turbulent Convection
  • March 23, 2017
    Speaker: Nick Trefethlen, University of Oxford
    Title: Cubature, Approximation, and Isotropy in the Hypercube
  • March 9, 2017
    Speaker: Steve Piccolo, Biology, Brigham Young University
    Title:Using Machine Learning to Develop Cancer Biomarkers
  • March 2, 2017
    Speaker: Steve Gorrell, Mechanical Engineering, Brigham Young University
    Title: Research Opportunities in Unsteady Turbomachinery Flows
  • Feb 23, 2017
    Speaker: Julien Arino, Department of Mathematics, University of Manitoba
    Title: Spread of infectious diseases in (discrete) space
  • Feb 21, 2017 Tuesday (Virtual Monday) during PDE Seminar room TMCB 301
    Speaker: Stephanie Portet, Department of Mathematics, University of Manitoba
    Title: Effect of transport on intermediate filament organization
  • Feb 16, 2017
    Speaker: David Goluskin, University of Michigan
    Title: Bounding average quantities in dynamical systems
  • Feb 9, 2017
    Speaker: Justin Krometis, Advanced Research Computing, Virginia Tech
    Title: A Bayesian Approach to Estimating Background Flows from a Passive Scalar
  • Feb 2, 2017
    Speaker: David Long, Electrical Engineering, Brigham Young University
    Title: Spaceborne remote sensing of the Earth
  • Jan 26, 2017
    Speaker: John Dallon, Department of Mathematics, Brigham Young University
    Title: Modeling Cell Motion – From Ellipsoids to Random Switching