AMS ACADEMIC TALKS AND PRESENTATIONS

The public is invited to attend any of the academic talks or presentations listed below.

AMS Departmental Colloquia, Fall 2014

Talks are held on Fridays at 3:00 pm in Chauvenet 143, unless otherwise noted. Please join us for coffee and cookies beginning at 2:45 pm.

DateSpeakerTopic
Aug 22Aaron Porter
Dept. of Applied Math & Statistics
Colorado School of Mines
A Multivariate Semiparametric Hierarchical Empirical Likelihood for Small Area Estimation
Aug 29Alyn Rockwood

Boulder Graphics
Geometric Algebra, Conformal Space and Some Applications
Sep 5Nils Tilton
Mechanical Engineering
Colorado School of Mines
Novel Optimization and Perturbation Methods for Predicting the Onset of Convective Mixing in CO2 Sequestration
Sep 12Sarbarish Chakravarty
Department of Mathematics
University of Colorado, Co. Springs
Beach Waves and Line-Solitons of the KP Equation
Sep 19David Bortz
Applied Mathematics
University of Colorado, Boulder
Biomechanics and Population Dynamics of Microbial Communities
Sep 26Ian Sloan
School of Mathematics and Statistics
University of New South Wales
Lifting the Curse of Dimensionality: Numerical Integration in Very High Dimensions
Oct 3Francisco-Javier Sayas
Mathematical Sciences
University of Delaware
Transient Transmission Problems with Integral Methods
Oct 10Fall Break - No Colloquium
Oct 17Mevin B. Hooten
Fish, Wildlife, & Cons. Bio and Statistics
Colorado State University
First Order Representation of Second Order Structure in Statistical Models
Oct 24Mahmoud I. Hussein
Center for Aerospace Structures
University of Colorado, Boulder
Oct 31Matthias Chung
Dept. of Mathematics
Virginia Tech
Desigining Optimal Spectral Filters and Low-Rank Matrices for Inverse Problems
Nov 7Julien Langou
Mathematical & Statistical Sciences
University of Colorado, Denver
Nov 14Scott Holan
Dept. of Statistics
University of Missouri
Bayesian Lattice Filters for Time-Varying Autoregression and Time-Frequency Analysis
Nov 21Ivan Christov
Center for Nonlinear Studies
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Low Reynolds Number Flows Through Shaped and Deformable Conduits
Nov 28Thanksgiving Break - No Colloquium
Dec 5Dead Day - No Colloquium

Other seminars and presentations

Date/TimePlace SpeakerTopic
Jul 17
(3:00pm)
CH-143Emilio Porcu

Universidad Tecnica Federico Santa Mara
Covariance Models for Gaussian Processes Evolving Temporally over the Sphere of Planet Earth
Sep 25
(4:00pm)
CO-219Ian Sloan
School of Mathematics
University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
Beyond the 4th Dimension -- What's It Like To Be A Mathematician???

Available semesters

Fall 2014 Spring 2014 Fall 2013 Spring 2013

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