The Graduate Student Seminar series features introductory level talks for graduate students. Talks are contributed by both graduate students and faculty and last between 15 and 20 minutes, and a significant portion of the talk should be aimed at students with a first-year graduate level of knowledge. The intended audience is the graduate students, and questions and discussion are encouraged. The series is named in honor of Professor Emeritus David Hallenbeck. Munchies are provided courtesy of the Department of Mathematical Sciences and the Davd Hallenbeck Memorial Fund.
Meetings: WEDNESDAYS at 12:10 - 1:10 in Ewing 336.
|September 4||Jake Rezac||Diffuse Optical Tomography|
|September 11||Paul Hearding||The search for a Latin square of non-linear orthomorphisms of a group of prime order|
|September 18||Douglas Freeman||Simulations of Linear Transient Waves with Integral Equations|
|September 25||James Alexander||Independent sets of a fixed size in graphs with various degree restrictions|
|October 2||GradStud Panel||Candidacy Exam Discussion Panel|
|October 9||Qunhui Han||Exit time problem in clinical trial supply chains|
|October 16||Shawn Meng||Linear Sampling Method for inverse scattering problem|
|October 23||Tonatiuh S-Vizuet||The layman's account on Full Waveform Inversion|
|October 30||Brooks Emerick||Investigating stability through host feeding in semi-discrete host-parasitoid models|
|November 6||Isaac Harris||New Results for the ITEVP|
|November 13||Chris Ulicny||An Aristolelian Analysis of Hamlet: Why Fortinbras makes Denmark his B*thc|
|November 20||Matt Hassel||Convolution Quadrature & DeltaBEM for the Wave Equation|
|December 4||GradStud Panel||Candidacy Exam Discussion Panel|