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Ariel Sitler Masters Project

2017-5-03

Abstract: Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) are a valuable tool for image acquisition in the field of 3D mapping. UAVs are a low-cost alternative to manned aerial vehicles, and can be affixed with digital cameras capable of collecting high quality images of structures and

Math Undergraduate Receives NSF Research Fellowship

2017-4-26

Math undergraduate Tony Allen awarded NSF Summer Fellowship. Please congratulate him. Great work Tony!

Fatma Mohamed Defense

2017-4-20

On Some Parabolic Type Problems from Thin Film Theory and Chemical Reaction-Diffusion Networks

Abstract: In the first part of this dissertation we study the evolution of a thin film of fluid modeled by the lubrication approximation for thin viscous films. We prove

Colloquia

Hung Tran

2017-4-28

Some selection problems in the theory of viscosity solutions

Abstract:   I will explain some interesting selection problems in nonlinear PDEs. The basic question is about how to select one good solution out of many reasonable ones. A question of this type led to the

David Offner

2017-4-26

Polychromatic Colorings on Hypercubes, Complete Graphs, and Integers

Abstract:  Given a set S, and a set T of subsets of S, a coloring of the elements of S is called T -polychromatic if every set in T contains an element of every color. Let polyT (S) be the largest n

Juan Pablo Mejia-Ramos

2017-4-21

Developing valid and reliable measures to assess students' comprehension of the proofs that they read

Abstract:  In this talk I will focus on the assessment of undergraduate students' reading comprehension of mathematical proofs, discussing a research program aimed at

Calendar

May 2017

May 3 2017 -
1:00pm to 2:00pm
Ariel Sitler Masters Project
May 3 2017 -
2:30pm to 3:30pm
Mushtaq Abd Al-Rahem
May 3 2017 -
3:30pm to 4:30pm
Janet Anderson