Fall 2009 
Oct 5
Mon

4:00 pm
Peirce 120

Mathematical Sciences Seminar
Pavel Dubovski, Dept. of Mathematical Sciences
CoagulationFragmentation Transport and Vanishing Diffusion Limit

Oct 13
Tue

3:00 pm
Kidde 104

Algebra Seminar
Mahmood Sohrabi, Carleton University, Ottawa
Elementary theory of finitely generated nilpotent groups

Oct 14
Wed

2:00pm
Kidde 104

Stevens Society of Mathematicians  Seminar
Lawrence Narici, St. John's University
The Scottish Book

Oct 19
Mon

4:00 pm
Peirce 120

Mathematical Sciences Seminar
Shu Lu, Univ. of North Carolina
Implications of the constant rank constraint qualification

Oct 26
Mon

4:00 pm
Peirce 120

Mathematical Sciences Seminar
Rafal Goebel, Loyola University, Chicago
Hybrid Inclusions: A Framework for Modeling and Analysis of
Hybrid Dynamical Systems

Oct 28
Wed

2:00pm
Kidde 104

Stevens Society of Mathematicians  Seminar
Sara Grundel, Courant Institute, New York University
Box Splines, Subdivision Surfaces, and the Notorious Curvature
Continuity Problem

Nov 2
Mon

4:00 pm
Peirce 120

Mathematical Sciences Seminar
Sanjay Mehrotra, Northwestern University
Interior Decomposition Algorithm Using Weighted Barrier and
Sparse Grid Scenario Generation in Stochastic Programming

Nov 4
Wed

2:00pm
Kidde 104

Stevens Society of Mathematicians  Seminar
Christian Möller, Universität Augsburg, Germany
Design and convergence of an adaptive finite element algorithm for
time dependent problems

Nov 9
Mon

4:00 pm
Peirce 120

Mathematical Sciences Seminar

Nov 16
Mon

4:00 pm
Peirce 120

Mathematical Sciences Seminar
Andrzej Ruszczynski, Rutgers University
RiskAverse Dynamic Programming

Nov 23
Mon

4:00 pm
Peirce 120

Mathematical Sciences Seminar
Xiaodong Lin, Rutgers University
Regularization for Stationary Time Series

Nov 30
Mon

8:00 am
RUTCOR

International Colloquium on Stochastic Modeling and Optimization
Twoday conference at RUTCOR, Rutgers University
Dedicated to the 80th Birthday of Professor András Prékopa

Dec 1
Tue

8:00 am
RUTCOR

International Colloquium on Stochastic Modeling and Optimization
Twoday conference at RUTCOR, Rutgers University
Dedicated to the 80th Birthday of Professor András Prékopa

Dec 2
Wed

2:00 pm
Peirce 220

Mathematical Sciences Seminar
Jitka Dupacova, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic
Stochastic programs with risk objectives:
Robustness and stress testing

Dec 7
Mon

4:00 pm
Peirce 120

Mathematical Sciences Seminar

For more information contact one of the following:
Math Sciences Seminar:
Darinka Dentcheva,
Pavel Dubovski
Algebra & Cryptography:
Alexander Ushakov
SSM Seminar:
Gabriela Martinez (mmartin1 at stevens.edu)
Dept Office: 2012165449
