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Fall 2014 Events
Tue, Aug 26
5:30 pm
Wean Hall 8220
Graduate Seminar
Brian Kell
Carnegie Mellon University
How many ways are there to cut up a chessboard?
Tue, Sep 2
12:30 pm
Wean 8220
Math Logic Seminar
James Cummings
Carnegie Mellon University
Ramsey theory and topology
Tue, Sep 2
5:30 pm
Wean Hall 8220
Graduate Seminar
Andrew Zucker
Carnegie Mellon University
Devlin's Theorem
Thu, Sep 4
5:30 pm
WEH 8220
SIAM Chapter Seminar
Mor Harchol-Balter
Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon
Open Problems in Computer Science that Rely on Difficult Markov Chains
Mon, Sep 8
5:00 pm
Porter Hall 226C
Probability/Math Finance Seminar
Dmitry Kramkov
Carnegie Mellon University
A system of quadratic BSDEs arising in a price impact model
Tue, Sep 9
1:30 pm

CNA Seminar
Michel Chipot
University of Zurich
Limits of the Stokes and Navier-Stokes equations in a punctured periodic domain
Tue, Sep 9
2:30 pm
Wean 8220
Math Logic Seminar
Jacob Davis
Carnegie Mellon University
Families of universal graphs at successors of singulars
Tue, Sep 9
5:30 pm
Wean Hall 8220
Graduate Seminar
Jing Zhang
Carnegie Mellon University
The Use of "Almost Everywhere" Theorems in Algorithmic Randomness
Thu, Sep 11
5:30 pm
Doerthy A302
SIAM Chapter Seminar
Andre Platzer
Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon
Logical Foundations of Cyber-Physical Systems
Mon, Sep 15
5:00 pm
Porter Hall 226C
Probability/Math Finance Seminar
Jianfeng Zhang
University of Southern California
Viscosity Solutions of Path Dependent PDEs
Mon, Sep 15
5:00 pm
Wean 8220
Model Theory Seminar
Adam Gutter
Carnegie Mellon University
Superstable Fields and Groups - Part I
Tue, Sep 16
12:30 pm
Wean 8220
Math Logic Seminar
Clinton Conley
Carnegie Mellon University
An introduction to Borel graph theory
Tue, Sep 16
1:30 pm

CNA Seminar
Dmitry Golovaty
University of Akron
Tue, Sep 16
5:30 pm
Wean Hall 8220
Graduate Seminar
Misha Lavrov
Carnegie Mellon University
Ramsey Theorems About Coloring Lattices
Mon, Sep 22
5:00 pm
Porter Hall 226C
Probability/Math Finance Seminar
Gautam Iyer
Carnegie Mellon University
Anomalous diffusion of tracer particles in fast cellular flows.
Mon, Sep 22
5:00 pm
Wean 8220
Model Theory Seminar
Adam Gutter
Carnegie Mellon University
Superstable Fields and Groups - Part II
Tue, Sep 23
1:30 pm
WEH 7218
CNA Seminar
Elaine Cozzi
Oregon State University
Solutions to the 2D Euler equations with velocity unbounded at infinity
Tue, Sep 23
5:30 pm
Wean 8220
Graduate Seminar
Zilin Jiang
Carnegie Mellon University
A Taste of Topological Methods in Combinatorics
Thu, Sep 25
5:30 pm
Wean 8220
SIAM Chapter Seminar
Robert Simione
CMU
An Optimiality Condition: Introduction to the Euler-Lagrange equation.
Mon, Sep 29
5:00 pm
Porter Hall 226C
Probability/Math Finance Seminar
Solesne Bourguin
Carnegie Mellon University
Density analysis of BSDEs
Tue, Sep 30
1:30 pm
Wean Hall 7218
CNA Seminar
Changhui Tan
University of Maryland
Flocking dynamics in different scales
Tue, Sep 30
5:30 pm
Wean 8220
Graduate Seminar
Sebastien Vasey
Carnegie Mellon University
Schanuel's conjecture and excellence
Thu, Oct 2
1:30 pm
Wean Hall 7218
CNA Seminar
Sivaram Ambikasaran
Courant Institute
Fast algorithms for data analysis
Thu, Oct 2
3:30 pm
Wean 8220
ACO Seminar
Jie Ma
Carnegie Mellon University
Relations between digraph colorings and cycle class
Fri, Oct 3
4:30 pm
Wean 7500
Math Colloquium
Sivaram Ambikasaran
Courant Institute, New York University
Fast solvers for elliptic partial differential equations
Mon, Oct 6
4:30 pm
Cohon University Center - McConomy Auditorium
Nash Lecture - Finance
Paul Glasserman
Columbia Business School
Systemic Risk and the Risk Management Paradox
Mon, Oct 6
5:00 pm
Wean 8220
Model Theory Seminar
Will Boney
University of Illinois at Chicago
Some Model Theory of Torsion Modules
Tue, Oct 7
1:30 pm
Wean Hall 7218
CNA Seminar
Kenneth Ho
Stanford University
Tue, Oct 7
4:30 pm
Wean Hall 7500
Nash Lecture - Finance
Paul Glasserman
Columbia Business School
Market-Triggered Contingent Capital: Equilibrium Price Dynamics
Tue, Oct 7
5:30 pm
Wean 8220
Graduate Seminar
Yue Pu
Carnegie Mellon University
One of Poincare's results in 1D Dynamical System and Its Applications
Wed, Oct 8
4:30 pm
Wean 7500
Math Colloquium
Ken Ho
Stanford
Fast direct methods for structured matrices
Thu, Oct 9
5:30 pm
Wean 8220
SIAM Chapter Seminar
Susan Everingham
RAND Corporation
Quantitative Approaches to Policy Analysis
Mon, Oct 13
5:00 pm
Porter Hall 226C
Probability/Math Finance Seminar
Claudia Nunes
University of Lisbon, Portugal
Optimal investment with random innovations
Mon, Oct 13
5:00 pm
Wean 8220
Model Theory Seminar
Sebastien Vasey
Carnegie Mellon University
Infinitary stability theory, part I
Tue, Oct 14
12:30 pm
Wean 8220
Math Logic Seminar
Jeremy Avigad
Carnegie Mellon University, Philosophy
Uniform distribution and algorithmic randomness I
Tue, Oct 14
1:30 pm
Wean Hall 7218
CNA Seminar
Ignacio Tomas
University of Maryland
PDE models for Ferrofluids and their Numerical Analysis
Tue, Oct 14
5:30 pm
Wean 8220
Graduate Seminar
Clive Newstead
Carnegie Mellon University
Introduction to topological data analysis
Thu, Oct 16
5:30 pm
Wean 8220
SIAM Chapter Seminar
Matteo Rinaldi
CMU
Introduction to slow phase boundary motion in one space dimension
Mon, Oct 20
5:00 pm
Porter Hall 226C
Probability/Math Finance Seminar
Konstantinos Spiliopoulos
Boston University
Default Clustering in Large Financial Systems
Mon, Oct 20
5:00 pm
Wean 8220
Model Theory Seminar
Sebastien Vasey
Carnegie Mellon University
Infinitary stability theory, part II
Tue, Oct 21
1:30 pm
Wean Hall 7218
CNA Seminar
Hayden Schaeffer
California Institute of Technology
Compressive Sensing and Nonlinear PDE
Tue, Oct 21
5:30 pm
Wean 8220
Graduate Seminar
Matteo Rinaldi
Carnegie Mellon University
Introduction to Slow phase boundary motion in one space dimension
Wed, Oct 22
4:30 pm
Wean 7500
Math Colloquium
Hayden Schaeffer
CalTech
L1 optimization and numerical PDEs
Thu, Oct 23
1:30 pm
Wean Hall 7218
CNA Seminar
Benjamin Schweinhart
Princeton University
Topological Similarity of Random Cell Complexes, and Applications
Mon, Oct 27
5:00 pm
Porter Hall 226C
Probability/Math Finance Seminar
Gustavo Schwenkler
Boston University School of Management
Simulated Likelihood for Discretly Observed Jump-Diffusions
Mon, Oct 27
5:00 pm
Wean 8220
Model Theory Seminar
Sebastien Vasey
Carnegie Mellon University
Infinitary stability theory, part III
Tue, Oct 28
1:30 pm
Wean Hall 7218
CNA Seminar
Josh Ballew
CMU
Relative Entropy and the Navier-Stokes-Smoluchowski System for Compressible Fluids
Thu, Oct 30
5:30 pm
Wean 8220
SIAM Chapter Seminar
Ben Tengelsen
CMU
Mon, Nov 3
5:00 pm
Porter Hall 226C
Probability/Math Finance Seminar
Kasper Larsen
CMU
An expansion in the model space in the context of utility maximization
Thu, Nov 6
1:30 pm
Wean Hall 7218
CNA Seminar
Jacob Bedrossian
University of Maryland
Mixing and enhanced dissipation in the inviscid limit of the Navier-Stokes equations near the 2D Couette flow
Mon, Nov 10
5:00 pm
Porter Hall 226C
Probability/Math Finance Seminar
Sergio Pulido
Swiss Finance Institute @ EPFL
Tue, Nov 11
1:30 pm

CNA Seminar
Wujun Zhang
University of Maryland
Thu, Nov 13
5:30 pm
Wean 8220
SIAM Chapter Seminar
Lauren A Ferguson
University of Dayton Research Institute
Modeling Fracture by Incorporating Interfacial Mechanics
Tue, Nov 18
1:30 pm

CNA Seminar
David Kaspar
Mon, Dec 1
5:00 pm
Porter Hall 226C
Probability/Math Finance Seminar
Igor Cialenco
IIT
Mon, Feb 9
5:00 pm

Probability/Math Finance Seminar
Johannes Muhle-Karbe
ETH - Zurich
Mon, Mar 2
5:00 pm

Probability/Math Finance Seminar
Mikhail Zhitlukhin
Steklov Mathematical Institute and High School of Economics, Moscow
Mon, Mar 23
5:00 pm

Probability/Math Finance Seminar
Umut Cetin
LSE
TBA
Mon, Mar 30
5:00 pm

Probability/Math Finance Seminar
Umut Cetin
LSE
TBA