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## Revision as of 19:15, 4 October 2022

# Physical Applied Math Group Meeting

**When:**Thursdays at 4:00pm (unless there is a Department Meeting)**Where:**901 Van Vleck Hall**Organizers:**Saverio Spagnolie and Jean-Luc Thiffeault**Announcements:**Contact SES or J-LT to be added as a guest to our Slack channel.

## Fall 2022

date | speaker | title |
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Sept. 14 | Saverio | Integrability and the motion of curves |

Sept. 21 | Tom | Complex formulation of bounded nematic liquid crystals |

Sept. 28 | Wil | There is more than one way to frame a curve |

Oct. 5 | Stokes Drag on a Sphere in a Nematic Liquid Crystal | Jingyi |

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