Whatcha Doing Seminar

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The Whatcha Doin' Seminar is a place where professors can give 20-30 minute talks about their research aimed at beginning graduate students. This will give students an opportunity to meet potential advisors and see what they are up to.

Time: Mondays 4:00PM-4:30PM

Location: Van Vleck B317

Spring 2024

date speaker research area title
January 29
February 5
February 12
February 19 Autumn Kent Geometry/Topology/Algebra Moduli
February 26 Tullia Dymarz Geometric Group Theory Groups as geometric objects
March 4 Andrew Zimmer Dynamics/Analysis/Geometry/Topology/Algebra Discrete subgroups of Lie groups
March 11 Alex Waldron Differential geometry Geometric flows
March 18
March 27 Spring Break
April 1 Maurice S. Fabien Parallel computing/Numerical analysis/Applied Math Numerical methods for differential equations
April 8
April 15 Laurel Ohm PDEs in biofluid dynamics
April 22 Dallas Albritton Partial Differential Equations
April 29

Spring 2023

date speaker research area title
January 30 Jean-Luc Thiffeault Applied Math Active matter
February 6 Dima Arinkin Algebraic geometry Formally, differential equations... actually, linear algebra
February 13 Autumn Kent Geometry and Topology Moduli
February 20 Tullia Dymarz Geometry, Geometric Group Theory Title
February 27 No seminar
March 6 Paul Apisa Dynamics, geometry, topology TBA
March 13 Spring Break, No Seminar
March 20 Speaker Subject Area Title
March 27 Sergey Denisov Analysis & PDE Title
April 3 Andrew Zimmer TBA TBA
April 10 No seminar Title
April 17 Title
April 24 Chenxi Wu Dynamics Title
May 1 Marissa Loving Geometry, topology, and dynamics TBA