The seminars are one-hour long meetings done on a monthly basis, at 1:30 p.m. E.T. over Zoom. Each gathering consists of two invited talks (not exceeding thirty minutes each): one by an undergraduate student who is working on a research project, and one by a faculty member who is supervising undergraduate research.
To get Zoom links or to receive announcements for upcoming talks, please fill out this google form.
Abstracts, when available, may be viewed by clicking on the title of the talk below.
|January 27||Eric Ling (University of Copenhagen (GeoTop))
Elie Kapengut (Rutgers
|On the spectrum of general-relativistic hydrogenic ions with an anomalous magnetic moment|
|February 17||Kiril Datchev (Purdue)
|Spectral and scattering theory for waveguides|
|April 28||Svetlana Roudenko (FlU)
Gia Azcoitia, Troy Roberts, Beckett Sanchez (undergrads),
Alex D. Rodrigues and Iryna Petrenko (grad mentors)
|An NLS case study: well-posedness beyond standard models|
Click on the following link to see past speakers: Fall 2022