EventsColloquia & Seminars
During the academic year, the Department of Engineering Sciences and Applied Mathematics holds a weekly applied math colloquium.
- Mondays at 4:00 p.m.
- Tech M416
- Refreshments served at 3:45 p.m.
To subscribe to the Applied Mathematics Colloquia Listserv, send an email to email@example.com
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Professor Raissa D'Souza of University of California, Davis
"Steering and controlling systems of interdependent networks"
Professor Ariel Amir of Harvard University
"Simultaneous regulation of cell size and chromosome replication in bacteria"
Professor Agnese Seminara of Harvard University and University of Nice (France)
"Olfactory based navigation in mice"
Professor Alexander Levine of University of California, Los Angeles
"Nonequilibrium Semiflexible Network and the Mechanics of the Cell"
Dr. Lucy Colwell of University of Cambridge
"Using evolutionary sequence variation to make inferences about protein structure and function: Modeling with Random Matrix Theory"
Professor Karin Leiderman of University of California, Merced
"Mathematical Modeling of Thrombus Formation Under Flow"
Professor Jasmine Foo of University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
"Understanding the Cancer Field Effect"
Professor Miranda Holmes-Cerfon of Courant Institute, New York University
"Kinetics of Particles with Short-ranged Interactions"
Dr. Wenxiao Pan of The Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
"Mesoscale Modeling of Complex Fluids and Materials"
12/9/15 (Wednesday @ 4pm)
Dr. Ivana Bozic of Harvard University
"Stochastic evolutionary modeling of cancer development and resistance to treatment"
1/7/16 (Thursday @ 4pm)
Dr. Sabetta Matsumoto of Harvard University
"Biomimetic 4D Printing"
Dr. Enkeleida Lushi of Brown University
"Active Micro-Particles in Free Space and Confinement"
1/14/16 (Thursday @4pm)
Dr. Brian Camley of University of California, San Diego
"Emergent Collective Chemotaxis Without Single-Cell Gradient Sensing"
1/21/16 (Thursday @ 4pm)
Dr. Shravan Veerapaneni of University of Michigan
"Fast Algorithms for Particulate Flows"
Dr. Mattia Gazzola of Harvard University
"Inverse Design of Swimming Dynamics"
Dr. Laura Stricker of Max Planck Institute for Dynanics and Self Organization (Germany)
"Numerical study of artificial microswimmers propelled by Marangoni flow"
Professor Randy LeVeque of University of Washington
Numerical Modeling of Tsunamis and Other Geohazards
Professor Ernest Barreto of George Mason University
Collective Dynamics in Populations of Oscillators
Dr. Douglas Zhou of Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Sparsity and compressed coding in neuronal networks
Professor Seppe Kuehn of University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Determinism and Contingency in Microbial Communities
Dr. Asghar Esmaeeli of Southern Illinois University
Computational Simulations of Electrohydrodynamics of Suspensions of Liquid Drops
Professor Grae Worster of University of Cambridge
Freezing of solutions and colloidal suspensions
Professor L. Mahadevan of Harvard University (Reiss Lectures)
Predicting Shape: geometry, physics and biology
Professor L. Mahedevan of Harvard University (Reiss Lectures)
Programming Shape: geometry, physics and engineering
Dr. Ian Griffiths of University of Oxford
How magnets and mathematics can help solve the current water crisis
Professor Shmuel Rubinstein Harvard University
The maximally crumpled state: crumpling dynamics and the evolution of damage networks