Spring 2008 
Jan 15
Tue

4:00pm
Peirce 116

Nonlinear Systems Seminar
Marshall Slemrod,
University of Wisconsin
Steady Transonic Flow

Jan 18
Fri

6:00pm
Kidde 104

Stevens Society of Mathematicians  Seminar
Fotios Harmantzis,
School of Technology Management
Quantitative Investment and Trading: Graduate research opportunities

Jan 22
Tue

4:00pm
Peirce 116

Stochastic Systems Seminar
Konstantin Semenikhin
Moscow Aviation Institute
On Minimax Estimation in UncertainStochastic Models with
Probability Criteria

Jan 29
Tue

4:00pm
Peirce 116

Mathematical Sciences Colloquium
A.V. Mikhalev
Codes and recurrent sequences over rings and modules

Feb 5
Tue

4:00pm
Peirce 116

Mathematical Sciences Colloquium
Partha Srinivasan,
Ohio State University
Theory of new methods that provide structural information of
membrane proteins

Feb 12
Tue

4:00pm
Peirce 116

Mathematical Sciences Colloquium
Linda Cummings,
University of Nottingham
"Lipid raft" formation in artificial cell membranes: Mathematical
modelling and experiments

Feb 19
Tue

4:00pm
Peirce 116

Mathematical Sciences Colloquium
Jun Chen,
University of Wisconsin
Transonic flows for full Euler equations

Feb 21
Thu

4:00pm
Babbio 210

Mathematical Sciences Colloquium
Paula Grajdeanu,
Ohio State University
The LifeLine  Vascular Access for Hemodialysis

Mar 4
Tue

4:00pm
Peirce 116

Mathematical Sciences Colloquium
Darinka Dentcheva,
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Composite SemiInfinite Optimization

Mar 11
Tue

4:00pm
Peirce 116

Mathematical Sciences Colloquium
Juhi Jang,
Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton University
Hydrodynamic limit from Boltzmann equations in L^{2}
framework

Mar 18
Tue


SPRING RECESS

Mar 25
Tue

4:00pm
Peirce 116

Mathematical Sciences Colloquium
Tom Surowiec,
Humboldt University, Berlin
On the Coderivative of Normal Cone Mappings with
Applications to Equilibrium Problems under Equilibrium Constraints

Mar 31
Mon

4:00pm
Peirce 220

Mathematical Sciences Colloquium
Gerald Beer,
California State University, Los Angeles
Continuity Derivative of Uniform Continuity

Apr 1
Tue

4:00pm
Peirce 116

Mathematical Sciences Colloquium
Gerald Beer,
California State University, Los Angeles
Operator Topologies and Graph Convergence

Apr 7
Mon

4:00pm
Peirce 220

Mathematical Sciences Colloquium
Maria Cristina Mariani,
New Mexico State University
Extreme events in financial markets: jumps and crashes

Apr 15
Tue

4:00pm
Peirce 116

Mathematical Sciences Colloquium
Nikolay Strigul,
Dept of Mathematical Sciences and Center for Environmental Systems
MultipleScale Modeling of Biological Systems

Apr 22
Tue

4:00pm
Peirce 116

Mathematical Sciences Colloquium
James Luedtke,
IBM, T.J. Watson Research Center
Using Sampling and Integer Programming to Solve Chance Constrained
Optimization Problems

Apr 28
Mon

4:00pm
Peirce 220

Mathematical Sciences Colloquium
Gerardo HernandezdelValle,
Columbia University
On BrennanSchwartz Process, the Heat Transfer Equation
and the Density of Averaged Geometric Brownian Motion

May 6
Tue

4:00pm
Peirce 116

Mathematical Sciences Colloquium
Ionut Florescu,
Dept of Mathematical Sciences
A Clustering/Selection Method to Capture the Systematic Movement
of Equity's Return

May 20
Tue

4:00pm
Peirce 116

Mathematical Sciences Colloquium
Viatcheslav B. Melas,
St. Petersburg State University
On Optimal Experimental Design for Models Used in Microbiology

For more information contact one of the following:
Stochastic Systems:
Darinka Dentcheva,
Michael Zabarankin,
Ionut Florescu
Nonlinear Systems:
Pavel Dubovski,
Yi Li
Algebra & Cryptography:
Robert Gilman
SSM Seminar:
Anton Molyboba (amolyboh @ stevens.edu)
Dept Office: 2012165449
