Howard University

Dr. Paul Bezandry, Interim Chair
Howard University
College of Arts and Sciences
Department of Mathematics
204 Academic Support Building B
Washington, DC 20059
(202) 806-6830

Colloquia & Seminars
Colloquium speakers 2008-2009

Fall 2008

  • September 5 : Prof. Gaston N'Guerekata, Morgan State University,
    "Almost Periodicity in p-Fréchet Spaces, 0< p < 1: Some Open Problems "
  • September 12 : Dr. Fern Hunt, NIST,
    "A Simplified Model of Internet Traffic Control "
  • September 19 : Prof. Lev V. Nedorezov, Forest-Technical Academy, Saint-Petersburg, Russia,
    "Population Dynamics Analysis: A general model approach "
  • September 26 : Dr. Juliet Pulliam, Fogarty International Center, NIH,
    "How much is enough? Realism vs. tractability in models of disease emergence "
  • October 3 : Prof. Paul Gauthier, University of Montreal
  • October 10 : Prof. Bruce Sagan, National Science Foundation,
    " Infinite log-concavity "
  • October 17 : Prof. Magdalena Musielak, George Washington University,
    "A Computational Model of Nutrient Transport and Acquisition by Diatom Chains in a Moving Fluid "
  • October 24 : Prof. Frank Baginski, George Washington University,
    " The Optimal Shape Of A Hot Air Balloon "
  • October 31 : Prof. Eitan Tedmor, University of Maryland,
    "Treating Edges In Signals And Images "
  • November 7 : Prof. Józef Preytycki, George Washington University,
    " Gram Determinants of Planar Curves: Topological Motivation "
  • November 14 : Prof. John Conway, George Washington University,
    "Subnormal Operators and Function Theory "
  • November 17 (Monday) : Prof. Sergey Novikov, University of Maryland,
    "New Discretization of Complex Analysis "
  • November 21 : Prof. David Levermore, University of Maryland,
    "Dispersive Corrections to the Compressible Navier-Stokes System "
  • December 5 : Prof. Clement Lutterodt, Howard University,
    "Hypergeometric and Fuchsian Complex Second Order ODE's and Analytic Continuations"

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Spring 2009

  • January 16 : Prof. Gerald Beer, California State University, Los Angeles,
    "Strong Uniform Continuity"
  • January 23 : Prof. Tepper Gill, Howard University,
    "A Version of Lebesgue Measure on R∞ "
  • January 28: (Wednesday, 3:10 pm) Prof. Mark Steinberger, University of Albany,
    "Topological Equivalence of Matrices"
  • January 30 : Prof. Jia-Gue Liu, University of Maryland,College Park,
    "The Challenge of Simulating Incompressible Fluid Flow Accurately in the Presence of Boundaries"
  • February 4: (Wednesday, 3:10 pm) Dr. Artyom Novozhilov, National Institutes of Health,
    "On The Mathematical Modeling Of Epidemics In A Closed Heterogeneous Population"
  • February 6 : Prof. William Goldman, University of Maryland, College Park,
    "3-Dimensional Affine Space Forms"
  • February 13 : Prof. Vladimir Voevodsky, Institute of Advanced Study ,
    " Bloch-Kato (ex-)Conjecture"
  • February 18: (Wednesday, 3:10 pm) Prof. Lev V. Nedorezov, University of Moscow,
    "About Some Models of Population Dynamics"
  • February 20 : Prof. Amir Maleki, Howard University,
    "Functional Analysis Approach of the Stone-Cech Compactification"
  • February 27 : Prof. E. Arthur Robinson Jr., George Washington University,
    "On Aperiodic Tilings"
  • March 6 : Prof. John Baras, University of Maryland, College Park,
    "Trust and Reputation in Communication, Social and Other Networks"
  • March 11: (Wednesday, 3:10 pm) Prof. Sudip Sen, Lancaster University,(UK),
    "Waves and Instabilities in the Presence of Inhomogeneous Flows "
  • March 13 : Prof. Jennifer Roche, College of Wooster,
    "Jordan Ideals, Radices, and Matrix Rings"
  • March 27 : Prof. Jane Gilman, Rutgers University,
    "Palindromes, Continued Fractions and PSL(2,C) Discreteness Criteria"
  • April 3 : Prof. Dionisiour Margetis, University of Maryland, College Park,
    "Macroscopic Evolution of Epitaxial Material Systems: The Story of Two Scales"
  • April 8: (Wednesday, 4:30 pm) Prof. Anant Godbole, Johns Hopkins University and East Tennessee State University,
    "Omnibus Sequences "
  • April 17 : Prof. Peter Lax, Courant Institute, NYU,
    "Degenerate Matrices"

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