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Sonia Kovalevsky Mathematics Day 2019

Looking for the Sonia Kovalevsky Day 2022? The link is here. Sonia Kovalevsky was a mathematician at a time when women were generally not allowed to hold professor positions. She became a great researcher as well as one of the first modern European women professors. Her significant work in mathematics and advocacy for women’s rights … Continue reading Sonia Kovalevsky Mathematics Day 2019

March 30, 2019, 9:00am-2:00pm | Iowa State University, Ames, IA - 205 Carver Hall
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MMMM 2018

Mostly Manitoba, Michigan and Minnesota Combinatorics Graduate Students Workshop Iowa State University Mathematics Department – Carver Hall This is a two-day conference/workshop where participants, including graduate students, are encouraged to contribute talks. There will also be special invited talks. Topics include graph theory, extremal combinatorics, finite geometries, designs, and other areas of combinatorics. For more … Continue reading MMMM 2018

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Joint KI-Net Lecture/CAM Seminar – Dr. Pierre-Emmanuel Jabin, Univ. of Maryland

Monday, November 14th, 2:10PM, 401 Carver Hall Title: Mean Field Limit and Propagation of Chaos for Vlasov Systems with Bounded Forces Abstract: We consider large systems of particles interacting through rough but bounded interaction kernels. We are able to control the relative entropy between the N-particles distribution and the expected limit which solves the corresponding … Continue reading Joint KI-Net Lecture/CAM Seminar – Dr. Pierre-Emmanuel Jabin, Univ. of Maryland

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Colloquium Speaker: Palle Jorgensen – Tue, October 18, 4:10pm, Carver 204

Title: Harmonic Analysis on Fractals Abstract: We study spectral duality for singular measures \mu. Complex Hadamard matrices is one source of such examples, and there are others. The main question is to decide when L^2( \mu) will have an orthogonal Fourier basis; i.e., when is there a fractal Fourier transform? Not so for the middle-third … Continue reading Colloquium Speaker: Palle Jorgensen – Tue, October 18, 4:10pm, Carver 204

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Colloquium Speaker – Mireille Boutin Thu, Sept 29, 4:10pm, Carver 268

Invariant Representations for Object Recognition and Symmetry Detection In many engineering applications, the objects of interest are either invariant under certain groups of transformations or are characterized by certain types symmetries. In this talk, we will present object representation methods that exploit such invariances or symmetries in order to be more application friendly (e.g., less … Continue reading Colloquium Speaker – Mireille Boutin Thu, Sept 29, 4:10pm, Carver 268