Applied Mathematics Seminar

Mondays, 4:30-5:30 p.m.

E1 Room 245

Schedule, Spring 2002

Monday, Jan.21: see Colloquium talk for this week
Monday, Jan.28: Michael Kelly  (Stuart School of Business, IIT), "Transform Methods for the Solution of the American Put Option".
Monday, Feb.4: see Colloquium talk for Friday, Feb.1
Monday, Feb.11: Norman Lederman (Mathematics and Science Education, IIT), "Mathematics and Science Education at IIT: A Disciplinary-Based Vision".
Monday, Feb.18: talk moved to Colloquium, Wednesday, Feb.18
Monday, Feb.25: see Colloquium talks for this week
Monday, Mar.4: Alex Flueck (ECE Department, IIT), "Electric Power Grids: Protecting the Ultimate Instantaneous Delivery System".
Monday, Mar.11: Jerry Bona (Chair, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, University of Illinois at Chicago), "Initial-Boundary-Value Problems and their Relation to Wave Generated Sediment Transport".
Monday, Mar.25: Perry Leo (Department of Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics, 
University of Minnesota), "Microstructural Evolution in Elastic Media".
Monday, Apr.1: Donggeng Gong (ABN AMRO Bank, Chicago), "Mathematical Models in Interest Rate Derivative Trading".
Monday, Apr.8: Ahmed I. Zayed (Chair, Department of Mathematical Sciences, DePaul University), "Fractional Integral Transforms and Some of Their Applications".
Monday, Apr.15: Susan Friedlander (Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, University of Illinois at Chicago), "The Ubiquity of Fluid Instability".
Monday, Apr.22: Mark Anastasio (Pritzker Institute of Medical Engineering, IIT), "Data Redundancy and Reduced-Scan Reconstruction Algorithms in 2D Reflectivity Tomography".
Monday, Apr.29: David Cheban (Department of Mathematics and Informatics, State University of Moldova, Visiting Professor at IIT), "Global Attractor of Dynamical Systems".
Monday, May 6: Jeffrey Duan (Applied Mathematics, IIT), "Stochastic Dynamics of some Geophysical Flows".


Refreshments served before the presentation in E1 245.

Please contact Greg Fasshauer ( (567-3149) if interested. 

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Last updated by  Robert Ellis  on 01/09/06