Spring 2006 
Feb 3
Fri

2:00pm
CUNY Graduate
Center, Rm 8405

Algebra and Cryptography Seminar
Vladimir Shpilrain,
City College
How to Choose a Random Element From a Given Infinite Group?

Feb 10
Fri

2:00pm
CUNY Graduate
Center, Rm 8405

Algebra and Cryptography Seminar
Ayan Mahalanobis,
Department of Mathematical Sciences
DiffieHellman Key Exchange Protocol in NonAbelian pgroups.

Feb 21
Tue

4:15pm
Peirce 220
Reception follows

Andrea Bréard,
Université des Sciences et Technologies de Lille, France
Aleatory Poetry or How to Play Dominos in 17th Century China
Sponsored by the Departments of Mathematics, History, and
Philosophy

Feb 24
Fri

2:00pm
CUNY Graduate
Center, Rm 8405

Algebra and Cryptography Seminar
Alexander Ushakov,
Department of Mathematical Sciences
A practical attack on the AnshelAnshelGoldfeld key exchange
protocol

Feb 28
Tue

4:00pm
Peirce 218

Mathematics Colloquium
Michael Capalbo,
DIMACS, Rutgers University
Universal Graphs

Mar 6
Mon

4:15pm
Peirce 220

Mathematics Colloquium
Murray Elder,
University of Wollongong, Australia
An Introduction to PatternAvoiding Permutations

Mar 7
Tue

4:00pm
Peirce 218

Stochastic Systems Seminar
Jinfeng Xu,
Columbia University
Parameter Estimation, Model Selection and Inferences in
L_{1}based Linear Regression

Mar 10
Fri

11:00am
Peirce 220

Algebra and Cryptography Seminar
Rainer Steinwandt,
Florida Atlantic University
NonAbelian Groups as Candidate Platform for Cryptographic
Schemes: Strengths and Weaknesses

Mar 21
Tue

4:00pm
Peirce 220

Nonlinear Systems Seminar
Linghai Zhang
Lehigh University
Comparison of WaveSpeeds

Mar 22
Wed

3:00pm
Kidde 104

Stevens Society of Mathematicians  Seminar
Bogdan Grechuk,
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Quantilebased Deviation Measures

Mar 23
Thu

2:00pm
Peirce 216

Generic Complexity Seminar
Robert Gilman,
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Average Case Complexity

Mar 28
Tue

4:00pm
Peirce 220

Stochastic Systems Seminar
Frank Xu,
Dept of Civil, Environmental & Ocean Engineering
Stochastic Processes/Random Fields Theory and Stochastic Mechanics
Research

Mar 30
Thu

2:00pm
Peirce 216

Generic Complexity Seminar
Robert Gilman,
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Average Case Complexity

Mar 31
Fri

11:00am
Peirce 220

Algebra and Cryptography Seminar
Stefan Maubach,
University of Texas at Brownsville
Polynomial Maps over Finite Fields

Apr 4
Tue

4:00pm
Peirce 220

Nonlinear Systems Seminar
Becca Thomases,
Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, NYU
Local Energy Decay for Solutions of Isotropic Symmetric
Hyperbolic Systems and Applications to Nonlinear Elasticity

Apr 5
Wed

3:30pm
Kidde 104

Stevens Society of Mathematicians  Seminar
HongRay Cho,
Department of Mathematical Sciences
An introduction to Counter Groups

Apr 6
Thu

2:00pm
Peirce 216

Generic Complexity Seminar
Sergiy Gorovyy,
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Average Case Complexity

Apr 7
Fri

11:00am
Peirce 220

Algebra and Cryptography Seminar
Yacov Yacobi,
Microsoft Research
A New Related Message Attack on RSA

Apr 10
Mon

4:00pm
Peirce 220

Stochastic Systems Seminar
Oana Mocioalca,
Kent State University
Space Regularity for Solutions of the Stochastic Evolution
Equation with Irregular Gaussian Processes

Apr 13
Thu

2:00pm
Peirce 216

Generic Complexity Seminar
Anton Molyboha,
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Average Case Complexity

Apr 18
Tue

4:00pm
Peirce 220

Stochastic Systems Seminar
Hristo Sendov,
University of Guelph, Canada
The Clarke Generalized Jacobian of the Projection onto the Cone
of Positive Semidefinite Matrices and its Applications

Apr 19
Tue

2:15pm
Peirce 216

Algebra and Cryptography Seminar
Yuri Gurevich,
Microsoft Research
What is an Algorithm?

Apr 19
Wed

4:30pm
Babbio Bldg

2nd Annual Mathematics Awareness Celebration
Speakers: Gregory Chudnovsky and David Chudnovsky,
Polytechnic University, and Rebecca Wright, Dept of Computer
Science
Registration required: RSVP to djaramil@stevens.edu

Apr 20
Thu

9:00am
Howe Ctr, 3rd Flr
Fielding Room

Workshop in Mathematical Physics, April 2021
Organizers: Pavel Dubovski
and Michael Zabarankin
Topics: conservation laws, nonlinear PDEs,
integral equations, inverse problems

Apr 21
Fri

9:00am
Howe Ctr, 3rd Flr
Fielding Room

Workshop in Mathematical Physics, April 2021
Organizers: Pavel Dubovski
and Michael Zabarankin
Topics: conservation laws, nonlinear PDEs,
integral equations, inverse problems

Apr 25
Tue

4:00pm
Peirce 220

Stochastic Systems Seminar
Paul Krokhmal,
University of Iowa
Random Multidimensional Assignment Problem

Apr 28
Fri

2:00pm
CUNY Graduate
Center, Rm 8405

Algebra and Cryptography Seminar
Rainer Steinwandt,
Florida Atlantic University
Towards Provably Secure Asymmetric Encryption Building on Finite
NonAbelian Groups

May 3
Wed

4:00pm
Kidde 104

Stochastic Systems Seminar
Kevin Ryan,
Telecommunications Management Department
Coordinated Dynamic Spectrum Allocation for Next Generation
Wireless Networks

May 4
Thu

2:00pm
Peirce 216

Generic Complexity Seminar
Parisa Babaali,
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Average Case Complexity

May 8
Mon

4:00pm
Peirce 218

Stochastic Systems Seminar
Pando Georgiev,
University of Cincinnati
Parametric Variational Principles and Applications

May 9
Tue

4:00pm
Peirce 220

Nonlinear Systems Seminar
Luca Bussolari,
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Designing Chaotic Planar Billiards

For more information contact one of the following:
Stochastics Systems:
Darinka Dentcheva,
Michael Zabarankin,
Ionut Florescu,
Nonlinear Systems:
Marco Lenci,
Pavel Dubovski
Generic Complexity, Algebra &
Cryptography:
Robert Gilman
Dept of Mathematical Sciences:
2012165449
