Title: Stability of Nonlinear Waves in Hamiltonian PDE Abstract: Nonlinear dispersive wave equations arise as reduced mathematical models from governing equations of mathematical physics, such as the Navier-Stokes and Maxwell equations. These reduced models combine the leading-order balance between nonlinear and dispersive effects present in wave propagation. The existence and stability of coherent structures such
Title: Almost Orthogonality in Fourier Analysis: From Singular integrals, to Function Spaces, to Leibniz Rules for Fractional Derivatives
The 35th Annual University of Alabama System Applied Mathematics Meeting is scheduled to take place at the University of Alabama on Saturday, November 11, 2023. This event will feature invited research talks and a panel discussion of the applied mathematics joint PhD program. This meeting offers a platform for faculty members and graduate students from
The "Workshop to Forge the Yellowhammer Network of Women in the Mathematical Sciences" is this Saturday, 10th February 2024, at the Department of Mathematics in Gordon Palmer Hall from 8.30 am to 4:30pm. AWM.
Looking for something fun to do during Valentine's week? We've got you covered. AWM is hosting a Galentine's Origami night on February 15th, 2024 at 5:30pm in GP 234. We will explore the art of paper folding to create beautiful and romantic origami pieces. All materials will be provided as well as snacks,
Speaker: Yalchin Efendiev (Department of Mathematics and Institute for Scientific Computation, Texas A&M University) Title: Multicontinuum homogenization and applications Abstract: In this talk, I will talk about general approaches for multiscale modeling (closely related to porous media applications). I will mainly focus on numerical approaches, where multiscale finite element basis functions are constructed and used in
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