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Biomathematics Journal Club
A Mathematical Model of the Human Menstrual Cycle for the Administration of GnRH Analogues
    - Aida De Jesus Espinosa, FSU
Time: 6:45 Room: Dirac Library

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Monday March 27, 2017

Biomathematics Journal Club
A Mathematical Model of the Human Menstrual Cycle for the Administration of GnRH Analogues
    - Aida De Jesus Espinosa, FSU
Time: 6:45 Room: Dirac Library

Tuesday March 28, 2017

PhD Defense
Random Sobol' Sensitivity Analysis and Model Robustness
    - David Mandel, FSU
Time: 10:00 AM Room: 204B

Financial Math Dissertation Defense
Modeling limit order book dynamics using Hawkes processes
    - Yuanda Chen, FSU
Time: 3:30pm Room: LOV 204B

Seminar: Geometry and Topology [url]
Expansion complexes for subdivision operators
    - Kowan, Thanittha , FSU
Time: 3:35 Room: 201 LOV
Abstract/Desc: I will talk about constructions of expansion complexes under mild restrictions on a subdivision operator t. Specially, I will discuss a key theorem of this work saying that if we add a delta-bound condition on t, then there is a t-aggregate of an expansion complex for t.

Applied PDE seminar
Evolution equation in shape analysis
    - Martin Bauer, FSU
Time: 4:30-5:20 Room: LOV227
Abstract/Desc: The mathematical study of shape is concerned with the description, comparisons and analysis of geometric shapes. An approach, that has been proven successful, is to equip this highly non-linear space with a Riemannian metric and use this to constructs charts and thus locally linearize the space. In order to achieve this task, numerical and theoretical results on existence of length minimizing curves (geodesics) are a necessary ingredient. In this talk I will discuss the evolution equations that appear in the context of Sobolev metrics on the shape spaces of curves and surfaces. I will discuss their local and global well-posedness properties and show numerical examples of solutions.

Wednesday March 29, 2017

Departmental Tea Time
C is for cookie, and shorthand for C[0,1] w/the sup norm
Time: 3: Room: 204 LOV

Profs talk just for students [url]
    - Sam Ballas, FSU Math
Time: 2:30 Room: 200 LOV
Abstract/Desc: Professors talk about their research interests and expertise; after the short talks they invite students with interest to come to their offices to chat further. PURE and ACM graduate students in their first year may be enrolled as mat5933.

Biomathematics Seminar [url]
Game-Theoretic Models of Animal Behavior Observed in Some Recent Experiments
    - Yao Dai, Florida State University
Time: 3:35 pm Room: 107 LOV

Thursday March 30, 2017

Financial Mathematics Seminar
    - Yiran Chen,
Time: 3:35pm Room: 201 Lov

Friday March 31, 2017

Colloquium Tea
Time: 3:00 pm Room: 204 LOV

Ph.D. Dissertation Defense
The Impact of Competition on Elephant Musth Strategies: A Game–Theoretic Model
    - Max Wyse, Department of Mathematics, FSU
Time: 11:30 am Room: 204B Love

Mathematics Colloquium [url]
Learning Engineering: The Art of Using Learning Science to Improve Performance
    - Bror Saxberg, Kaplan Learning and Innovation
Time: 3:35 pm Room: 101 LOV
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