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Mathematics Colloquium – Yaiza Canzani (UNC)

Phillips Hall 332

Eigenfunction concentration and Weyl Laws via geodesic beams Abstract. A broad spectrum of physical phenomena, including the localization of quantum particles, is governed by the behavior of Laplace eigenvalues and eigenfunctions. This behavior is intrinsically connected to that of the … Read more

Mathematics Colloquium – Veronica Ciocanel (Duke)

Phillips Hall 332

Stochastic and continuum modeling of protein polymer dynamics in neurons Abstract. Microtubules are protein polymers present in most cells; in neurons, microtubules are believed to be stable and to have specific orientations. This is crucial, since other key proteins get transported … Read more