Events

Applied Math Seminar- Professor Lynn Schryer

346 Gordon Palmer Hall 505 Hackberry Lane, Tuscaloosa, AL, United States

Speaker: Lynn Schreyer (Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Washington State University) Title: Compartment Models with Memory Abstract: The beauty and simplicity of compartment modeling makes it a useful approach for simulating dynamics in an amazingly wide range of applications, including pharmacokinetics (where e.g. a liver is considered a compartment), global carbon cycling (different depths of soils

Graduate Seminar- Presenter: Tucker Ervin

231 Gordon Palmer Hall

Abstract: The unrestricted red size of a quiver is the maximal number of red vertices in its framed quiver after any given mutation sequence. In a 2023 paper by E. Bucher and J. Machacek, it was shown that connected, mutation-finite quivers either have an unrestricted red size of n-1 or n, where n is the