SPRING 2000
For the following seminars, unless otherwise stated the hour is 11:00,
the room is RLM 12.166, and it is a Mathematical Physics Seminar
Wed, Jan 26: Leo Kadanoff (Univ of Chicago)
Models of Structure and Pattern Formation
Hudspeth Lectureship in Physics, RLM 4.102 at 4:00
Thurs, Jan 27: Leo Kadanoff (Univ of Chicago)
Drips and Jets
Nonlinear Dynamics Seminar, RLM 11.204 at 1:00
Mon, Jan 31: Harry Swinney (UT Physics)
Emergence of ordered spatial patterns in nonequilibrium systems
Math Colloquium, RLM 6.104 at 4:00
Wed, Feb 2: Jean-Claude Saut (Orsay)
Travelling waves for the Gross-Pitaevsky equation
Wed, Feb 9: Marie Farge (Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris)
How to compute Navier-Stokes solutions in the turbulent regime?
Wed, Feb 16: Rafael Ramirez-Ros (Univ. Polit. Catalunya)
Perturbed elliptic billiards in the space
Wed, Feb 23: Christian Ringhofer (Arizona State)
Quantum Corrections to Hydrodynamic Models for Charged
Particle Transport
Wed, Mar 8: Stathis Tompaidis
Agency Costs, Credit Constraints and Default Spreads
Mon, Mar 20: Krzysztof Burdzy (Washington)
Heat equation and reflected Brownian motion in time dependent domains
Colloquium, at 4:00 in RLM 6.104
Wed, Mar 22: Greg Richardson
How rare events occur for spectrally positive Levy
processes
Fri, Mar 24: Chi-Wang Shu (Brown)
On the Gibbs Phenomenon and Its Resolution
Wed, Mar 29: Jerry Bona
Initial-boundary-value problems arising in water wave theory
Fri, Mar 31: Cristina Mariani (Univ. de Buenos Aires)
Solutions to some elliptic equations with physical contents
Wed, Apr 5: Takis Konstantopoulous
Asymptotics of stochastic ordered graphs
Mon, Apr 10: R. Perez-Marco (UCLA)
Colloquium, at 4:00 in RLM 6.104
Wed, Apr 12: Tere Seara (Univ. Polit. Catalunya)
Complex matching and refined Newton method to
study the domain of analyticity of invariant curves
Wed, Apr 19: Nic Ormes
A homeomorphism invariant for substitution tiling spaces
Fri, Apr 28: Susan Holmes (Stanford)
Geometry of the Space of Family Trees
Wed, May 3: John Neuberger (Univ North Texas)
Sobolev Gradients and Ginzburg-Landau Functionals
Wed, May 10: Haskell Rosenthal
A characterization of the projection lattice of a von-Neumann
algebra