BEGIN:VCALENDAR
VERSION:2.0
PRODID:-//Mathematics - ECPv4.7.1//NONSGML v1.0//EN
CALSCALE:GREGORIAN
METHOD:PUBLISH
X-WR-CALNAME:Mathematics
X-ORIGINAL-URL:https://math.ua.edu
X-WR-CALDESC:Events for Mathematics
BEGIN:VEVENT
DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181126T110000
DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181126T120000
DTSTAMP:20181212T164436
CREATED:20181018T213000Z
LAST-MODIFIED:20181018T213000Z
UID:3482-1543230000-1543233600@math.ua.edu
SUMMARY:Math Ed Seminar
DESCRIPTION:
URL:https://math.ua.edu/event/math-ed-seminar-7/
LOCATION:234 Gordon Palmer Hall\, AL\, United States
GEO:32.3182314;-86.902298
CATEGORIES:Math Department,Math Ed Seminar,University of Alabama
ORGANIZER;CN="Jim%20Gleason":MAILTO:jgleason at ua.edu
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181130T150000
DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181130T160000
DTSTAMP:20181212T164436
CREATED:20181126T213946Z
LAST-MODIFIED:20181203T154243Z
UID:3565-1543590000-1543593600@math.ua.edu
SUMMARY:Analysis Seminar - Alexey Karapetyants\, Rostov on the Don\, Russia
DESCRIPTION:Title: On some Bergman type spaces of functions of nonstandard growth and related questions. \nAbstracts: We study various Banach spaces of holomorphic functions on the unit disc and half plane. As a main question we investigate the boundedness of the corresponding holomorphic projection. We exploit the idea of V.P.Zaharyuta\, V.I.Yudovich (1962) where the boundedness of the Bergman projection in Lebesgue spaces was proved using Calderon-Zygmund operators. We treat the cases of variable exponent Lebesgue space\, Orlicz space\, Grand Lebesgue space and variable exponent generalized Morrey space. The major idea is to show that the approach can be applied to a wide range of function spaces. We also study the rate of growth of functions near the boundary in spaces under consideration and their approximation by mollifying dilations. \n
URL:https://math.ua.edu/event/analysis-seminar-alexey-karapetyants-rostov-on-the-don-russia/
LOCATION:230 Gordon Palmer Hall\, 505 Hackberry Lane\, AL\, 35487\, United States
GEO:33.2107514;-87.5424761
X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-ADDRESS=230 Gordon Palmer Hall 505 Hackberry Lane AL 35487 United States;X-APPLE-RADIUS=500;X-TITLE=505 Hackberry Lane:geo:-87.5424761,33.2107514
CATEGORIES:Analysis Seminar,College of Arts and Sciences,Graduate,Math Department
ORGANIZER;CN="David%20Cruz-Uribe":MAILTO:dcruzuribe at ua.edu
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181201T080000
DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181201T170000
DTSTAMP:20181212T164436
CREATED:20181127T160335Z
LAST-MODIFIED:20181127T160418Z
UID:3567-1543651200-1543683600@math.ua.edu
SUMMARY:Putnam Competition
DESCRIPTION:The William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition is the preeminent mathematics competition for undergraduate college students in the United States and Canada. The Putnam Competition takes place annually on the first Saturday of December. The competition consists of two 3-hour sessions\, one in the morning and one in the afternoon. During each session\, participants work individually on 6 challenging mathematical problems. \nThe Putnam began in 1938 as a competition between mathematics departments at colleges and universities. Now the competition has grown to be the leading university-level mathematics examination in the world. Although participants work independently on the problems\, there is a team aspect to the competition as well. Each institution with at least three participants identifies three participants who comprise its team. Prizes are awarded to the participants with the highest scores and to the departments of mathematics of the five institutions whose teams obtain the highest rankings. Additional information can be found at on the Mathematical Association of America website. \n
URL:https://math.ua.edu/event/putnam-competition/
LOCATION:234 Gordon Palmer Hall\, AL\, United States
GEO:32.3182314;-86.902298
CATEGORIES:Math Department,Undergraduate,University of Alabama
ORGANIZER;CN="Bulent%20Tosun":MAILTO:btosun@ua.edu
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181207T110000
DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181207T120000
DTSTAMP:20181212T164436
CREATED:20181205T205548Z
LAST-MODIFIED:20181205T205713Z
UID:3585-1544180400-1544184000@math.ua.edu
SUMMARY:Applied Math Seminar - Evie A. Malaia\, Communicative Disorders\, University of Alabama
DESCRIPTION:Title: Mathematical models in cognitive neuroscience: advances and opportunities \nAbstract: High prevalence of neurodegenerative (Parkinson’s\, Alzheimer’s) and neurodevelopmental \n(Autism spectrum disorders\, ADHD) disorders in modern population increased the demand\nfor precision therapeutic interventions. However\, the current understanding of how those\ndiseases develop and affect brain processing over time is incomplete\, and testing of\nin-vivo interventions is likely to take a long time. Data-driven modeling of neural\nactivity at various spatiotemporal levels and across scales is a promising approach to eliciting the mechanisms of the disorders\, as well as “in-vitro” prototyping of interventions. The conversation will cover current approaches to neuroscience data for mathematical modeling of brain’s function (oscillatory models\, Bayesian brain\, scale-free microstates\, and free energy principle)\, and discuss the potential for application of mathematical modeling in neuroscience. \n
URL:https://math.ua.edu/event/applied-math-seminar-evie-a-malaia-communicative-disorders-university-of-alabama/
LOCATION:302 Gordon Palmer Hall
CATEGORIES:Applied Math Seminar,Math Department,University of Alabama
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181214T110000
DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181214T120000
DTSTAMP:20181212T164436
CREATED:20181211T150705Z
LAST-MODIFIED:20181211T150705Z
UID:3594-1544785200-1544788800@math.ua.edu
SUMMARY:Applied Math Seminar - Di Liu\, Michigan State University
DESCRIPTION:Title: Multiscale Modeling and Computation of Optically Manipulated Nano Devices\nAbstract: We present a multiscale modeling and computational scheme for optical-mechanical responses of nanostructures. The multi-physical nature of the problem is a result of the interaction between the electromagnetic\n(EM) field\, the molecular motion\, and the electronic excitation. To balance accuracy and complexity\, we adopt the semi-classical approach that the EM field is described classically by the Maxwell equations\, and the charged particles follow the Schr ̈oidnger equations quantum mechanically. To overcome the numerical challenge of solving the high dimensional multi-component many- body Schr ̈odinger equations\, we further simplify the model with the Ehrenfest molecular dynamics to determine the motion of the nuclei\, and use the Time- Dependent\nCurrent Density Functional Theory (TD-CDFT) to calculate the excitation of the electrons. This leads to a system of coupled equations that computes the electromagnetic field\, the nuclear positions\, and the electronic current and charge densities simultaneously. In the regime of linear responses\, the resonant frequencies initiating the out-of-equilibrium optical-mechanical responses can be formulated as an eigenvalue problem. A self-consistent multiscale method is designed to deal with the well separated space scales. The isomerization of Azobenzene is presented as a numerical example. \n
URL:https://math.ua.edu/event/applied-math-seminar-di-liu-michigan-state-university/
LOCATION:302 Gordon Palmer Hall
CATEGORIES:Applied Math Seminar,Graduate,Math Department,University of Alabama
END:VEVENT
END:VCALENDAR