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PAM Lunch Talks

Physical Applied Math Talks

PAM (Physical Applied Math) brown bag lunch series gives the graduate students and postdocs a chance to talk about their work in progress, so that everyone can learn what research is happening, share ideas, and form new collaborations. Topics are broad, covering application mainly in biology, physics, and fluid dynamics with the similar trend that there is some concrete experiment or scientific question that is the nucleation point for the mathematics. Therefore some talks might be about the experiment itself, while others might be more theoretical derivations to find underlying mathematical mechanisms to explain the observed behavior of a system.

Lecture Series

Time: 
Wednesdays 12:10 – 1:10 pm

Location:
Phillips Hall 385

Organizers:
Ed Terrell

Mailing list:
Please email Tabs Faulkner to be added to our Mailing list.

Scheduled Talks

Applied Mathematics

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Dr. Dima Arinkin, University of Wisconsin – Integrating symplectic stacks

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Applied Mathematics Research Showcase

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Tommaso Botta, ETH Zurich – Solution of qKZB equations from the geometry of Nakajima quiver varieties

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Dr. Shira Faigenbaum, Duke University – The MLOP framework: reconstructing a manifold from noisy data in high-dimension

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Drs. Huang, Kovalsky, and Marzuola, UNC – Mathematical and Statistical Analysis of Compressible Data on Compressive Network

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