Date

Speaker

Title (click to see abstract)

Host

Special Time Jan. 27 (Thursday 4:30pm, 901 Van Vleck)

Cynthia Vinzant, UC Berkeley

The central curve in linear programming

Gheorghe Craciun

Mathematics Colloqium Jan. 28 (Friday at 4pm, B239 Van Vleck)

Marcus Roper, UC Berkeley

Modeling microbial cooperation

Paul Milewski

Feb. 4 (Friday)

József Farkas, University of Stirling, Scotland

Analysis of a sizestructured cannibalism model with infinite dimensional environmental feedback

James Rossmanith

*** Special Room *** Feb. 11 (Friday) B239 Van Vleck

Tatiana MárquezLago , ETHZurich

Stochastic models in systems and synthetic biology

Paul Milewski

Feb. 18 (Friday)

Ari Stern , UC San Diego

Geometric variational crimes: Hilbert complexes, finite element exterior calculus, and problems on hypersurfaces

Paul Milewski

Feb. 25 (Friday)

JianGuo Liu, Duke University

Dynamics of orientational alignment and phase transition

Shi Jin

Mathematics Colloqium March 4 (Friday at 4pm, B239 Van Vleck)

Jeff Weiss, University of Colorado, Boulder

Nonequilibrium statistical mechanics and climate variability

JeanLuc Thiffeault

March 25 (Friday)

Tim Reluga, Penn State University

Accounting for individual and community interests in the publichealth management of infectious diseases

James Rossmanith

March 30 (Wednesday)

Yuri Lvov, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Internal waves in the ocean  observations, theory and DNS

Leslie Smith

UW Faculty Lecture April 1 (Friday)

Alex Kiselev, UWMadison (Mathematics)

Biomixing by chemotaxis and enhancement of biological reactions

Local

April 6 (Wednesday)

Gerardo HernándezDueñas, University of Michigan

Shallow water flows in channels

James Rossmanith

April 8 (Friday)

Anne Gelb, Arizona State University

Reconstruction of piecewise smooth functions from nonuniform Fourier data

Shi Jin

Mathematics Colloqium April 15 (Friday at 4pm, B239 Van Vleck)

Max Gunzburger, Florida State University

A nonlocal vector calculus and finite element methods for nonlocal diffusion and mechanics

James Rossmanith

April 27 (Wednesday)

Michael Holst, UC San Diego

Some farfromCMC existence results for the Einstein constraint equations

Shi Jin

April 29 (Friday)

Smadar Karni, University of Michigan

Numerical approximation of shock waves in nonconservative hyperbolic systems

James Rossmanith

Special Time, Day, and Location May 2 (Monday, 2:15pm, WID 2329)

Evangelos Coutsias, University of New Mexico

Protein loop modeling with inverse kinematics

Julie Mitchell

May 4 (Wednesday)

Tim Barth, NASA Ames

Energy stable spacetime finite element approximation of the 2fluid EulerMaxwell plasma equations

James Rossmanith
