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### Physically Inspired Mathematics Seminar – Prakash Belkale (UNC)

### Physically Inspired Mathematics Seminar – Prakash Belkale (UNC)

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### M. E. Taylor Analysis and PDE Seminar – Boya Liu (NCSU)

### M. E. Taylor Analysis and PDE Seminar – Boya Liu (NCSU)

Recovery of time-dependent coefficients in hyperbolic equations on Riemannian manifolds from partial data. Abstract. In this talk we discuss inverse problems of determining time-dependent coefficients appearing in the wave equation in a compact Riemannian manifold of dimension three or higher. … Read more

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### Mathematics Colloquium – Shadi Tahvildar-Zadeh (Rutgers)

### Mathematics Colloquium – Shadi Tahvildar-Zadeh (Rutgers)

Spectral lines of general-relativistic hydrogen Abstract. After reviewing basics of the spectral theory for non-relativistic quantum-mechanical Hamiltonians of hydrogenic ions, I discuss what impact the incorporation of additional effects such as special relativity, anomalous magnetic moment for the electron, and … Read more

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### Applied Mathematics Colloquium – Gadi Fibich (School of Mathematical Sciences, Tel Aviv University)

### Applied Mathematics Colloquium – Gadi Fibich (School of Mathematical Sciences, Tel Aviv University)

Spreading of Innovations on Networks Abstract. Spreading (diffusion) of new products is a classical problem. Traditionally, it has been analyzed using the compartmental Bass model, which implicitly assumes that all individuals are homogeneous and connected to each other. To relax … Read more

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### Mathematics Colloquium – Thomas Haines (UMaryland)

### Mathematics Colloquium – Thomas Haines (UMaryland)

Galois actions on cohomology of algebraic varieties Abstract. This talk will be an overview of a few big open problems which are of great importance in arithmetic algebraic geometry, number theory, and representation theory. The focus will be on the … Read more

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### Geometric Methods in Rep Theory Seminar – Thomas Haines (UMaryland)

### Geometric Methods in Rep Theory Seminar – Thomas Haines (UMaryland)

Cellular pavings of convolution fibers and applications Abstract. A convolution morphism is the geometric analogue of a convolution of functions in a Hecke algebra. The properties of fibers of convolution morphisms are used in a variety of ways in the … Read more

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### M. E. Taylor Analysis and PDE Seminar – Zane Li (NCSU)

### M. E. Taylor Analysis and PDE Seminar – Zane Li (NCSU)

Mixed norm decoupling for paraboloids Abstract. In this talk we discuss mixed norm decoupling estimates for the paraboloid. One motivation for considering such an estimate is a conjectured mixed norm Strichartz estimate on the torus. This is joint work with … Read more