Applied Math Collective


Applied Math Collective was initiated by my advisors and Fernando Guevara Vasquez. The aim is to provide an informal platform where the speaker discusses general-interest "SIAM review"-style applied math papers, led by either faculty or graduate student. We meet Thursdays at 4pm in LCB 323, when the Department Colloquium does not have a speaker. Please contact me if you would like to attend or give a talk so that I can add you to the mailing list.

Past AMC: [Summer 2018] | [Spring 2018] | [Fall 2017] | [Spring 2017] | [Fall 2016]

➜ Fall 2018

August 30
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September 6
Speaker: Franco Rota
Title: Roses are red, violets are blue, Beppo-Levi's and Lagrange's Theorem needed a lemma by Fatou
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