Fall 2016 Spring 2017 Schedule | Department of Mathematics

Fall 2016 Spring 2017 Schedule

Millican Colloquium schedule for Fall 2016 and Spring 2017

Millican lectures are made possible through the generosity of Mr. Olin Moore Millican (1904-1999) who established the Roy McLeod Millican memorial Fund in honor of his brother.

The talks take place on Mondays, 4:00-5:00 pm, in GAB 461 and are intended for a general audience. Refreshments are served at 3:30 pm in GAB 472.

For more information, contact Professor Bunyamin Sari (bunyamin@unt.edu).

Date Speaker Institution Title
Fall 2016
Aug 29

Mehmet Celik

Texas A&M Commerce

Cauchy-Riemann equations

Sep 12
Sep 19
Sep 26 Han Hao UNT Genome-wide association study on bacteria competition
Oct 3
Oct 10 Liang-Chung Hsia National Taiwan Normal University

A compositional analog of the Ailon-Rudnick theorem

Oct 17 Peter Pivovarov University of Missouri Empirical forms of isometric inequalities in convex geometry
Oct 24 Anna Zdunik University Warsaw Old and new results in dynamics of meromorphic maps
Oct 31 Xuexia (Helen) Wang UNT
Nov 7 Gordon Heier University of Houston

On (holomorphic sectional) curvature and complex geometry

Nov 14 Valentin Ovsienko University of Reims Projective geometry old and new
Nov 21 Stephen McKeown Princeton

Conformal Geometry, Holography, and Corners

Nov 28

Brandilyn Stigler SMU Model selection strategies in biological network inference via Grobner bases
Dec 5 Richard Weiss Tufts Classification Results in the Theory of Buildings
Spring 2017
Jan 23 Joel Moreira Northwestern Monochromatic sums and products - a brief journey through Ramsey theory
Jan 30 Pavlos Motakis Texas A&M

A metric interpretation of reflexivity for Banach spaces

Feb 6 Philip Maini Oxford

Modelling collective cell movement

Feb 13

Feb 20

Feb 27

Alan Haynes Houston

Repetitivity of patterns in mathematical quasicrystals

Mar 6
Mar 20 Aaron Hill University of Louisville
Mar 27 Christian Wolff CUNY

Ground states, mutual ergodic optimization and rotation sets

Apr 3
Apr 10
Apr 17
Apr 24

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