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Colloquium Schedule for Fall 2014
Unless noted otherwise, colloquia are held at 3:00 PM in SC 323. refreshments are available in SC 313 at 2:30 PM.

 
Date Speaker and Title Time/Location
Thursday, Sep 18 Jonathan Brown, University of Dayton
Determining if C*-algebras are simple
3:00 PM, SC 323
Thursday, Sep 25 Jonathan Brown, University of Dayton
Simplicity of the irrational rotation algebra
3:00 PM, SC 323
Thursday, Oct 2 Lance Lijian Chen, University of Dayton
Two topics on stochastic programming and their applications
3:00 PM, SC 323
Thursday, Oct 16 Paul Eloe, University of Dayton
Multi-Term Linear Fractional Nabla Difference Equations with Constant Coefficients
3:00 PM, SC 323
Thursday, Oct 23 Jireh Loreaux , University of Cincinnati
Extracting hidden information: the interplay between operators and their diagonal sequences
3:00 PM, SC 323
Thursday, Oct 30 Gang Yu, Kent State University
Sequences with bounded auto-correlations
3:00 PM, SC 323
Thursday, Nov 6 Zhifeng Kuang, Universal Technology Corporation & Air Force Research Laboratory
Solving a Class of NP-Hard Optimization Problems Using Coupled Monte Carlo and Molecular Dynamics Simulations 
3:00 PM, SC 323
Tuesday, Nov 11 Tracy Hwang, Risk Manager in Residence 3:00 PM, Sc 323
Thursday, Nov 20 Michael A. Radin, Rochester Institute of Technology
Dynamics of a discrete population model for extinction and sustainability in ancient civilizations
3:00 PM, SC 323
Tuesday, Nov 25 Chenyu Qiu, University of Dayton
An Analysis of American Companies (1990 - 2000) Using the KMV Model
3:00 PM, SC 323
Thursday, Dec 4 Jing Dan Zhang, University of Dayton
Pricing Options Using the Tree Method in a Switching Model with State Dependent Switching Rates
3:00 PM, SC 323
Thursday, Dec 4 Zhiyang Zhang, University of Dayton
Pricing Options in Jump Diffusion Models Using the Fast Fourier Transform
3:30 PM, SC 323
Tuesday, Dec 9 Jing Nie, University of Dayton
Efficiency comparison of Moody's KMV model and Altman's Z-score model predicting corporate default with empirical U.S. data
3:00 PM, SC 323
Thursday, Dec 11 Hanan Aljubran, University of Dayton
Asset Pricing in Policy Uncertainty Periods
3:00 PM, SC 323
Thursday, Dec 11 Mohammed Aldandani, University of Dayton
A Green's function for a Two-Term Second Order Differential Operator
3:30 PM, SC 323

For more detailed information, or if you wish to give a talk, please contact Paul Eloe
at  peloe1@udayton.edu.

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