Applied Math Colloquium – Postdoctoral Associates (UNC)
Applied Math Colloquium – Postdoctoral Associates (UNC)
This week our newer Postdoctoral Associates in Applied Math will be presenting extended abstracts of some of their recent work.
This week our newer Postdoctoral Associates in Applied Math will be presenting extended abstracts of some of their recent work.
Title: Research at UNC’s Physical Mathematics Laboratory
Pre-Colloquium Tea in PH 330 from 3:00-3:30pm.
Title: Homology of spaces of curves on blowups
Meet Your Professors' Night: Connect with professors, explore research opportunities, and engage in lively discussions.
Title: Haiman ideals, link homology, and affine Springer fibers
Equations on the Wasserstein space and applications Abstract. The purpose of this talk is to give an overview of recent work involving differential equations posed on spaces of probability measures and their use in analyzing controlled multi-agent systems. Justifying the … Read more
Smoluchowski’s coagulation equations, emergence of connectivity in network models and hierarchical clustering Abstract. Smoluchowski’s equations, originating from statistical physics and colloidal chemistry, is an (infinite) system of integrodifferential equation describing the density of particles of various sizes in populations of … Read more
Title: Early warning signals for dynamics on networks
Pre-Colloquium Tea in PH 330 from 3:30-4pm.
Title: Free loop spaces and link homology
Conformally Rigid Graphs Abstract. Given a graph G=(V,E), the smallest (nonzero) eigenvalue of its Laplacian matrix is a fantastic measure for how connected the graph is (also known as the `algebraic connectivity'); for example: adding edges increases it. What if … Read more
Title: Growth Models in the Plane
Pre-Colloquium Tea in PH 330 from 3:00-3:30pm.
Title: Operadic analysis of parabolic induction
Title: Addition of matrices at high and low temperatures
An event to share and celebrate Applied Math in the Triangle. Graduate students and postdocs are encouraged to submit a poster and give a lightning talk!
An event to share and celebrate Applied Math in the Triangle. Graduate students and postdocs are encouraged to submit a poster and give a lightning talk!
Wave phenomena in deformed square lattice media Abstract. The dynamics of waves in periodic media are determined by the band structure of the relevant Hamiltonian operator; degenerate points within the band structure may give rise to novel wave dynamics behavior. … Read more
Title: Unsupervised Learning Approaches for Dual-Domain Clustering with Applications in Public Health
Pre-Colloquium Tea in PH 330 from 3:30-4pm.