# Upcoming Events

## Friday, September 25, 2020

### Program in Applied Mathematics Brown Bag Seminar **Why do explosions look like earthquakes**
Series: Program in Applied Mathematics Brown Bag Seminar
**Location:** ONLINE
**Presenter:** Ruby Abrams, Program in Applied Mathematics, University of Arizona

**Why do explosions look like earthquakes**

**Location:**ONLINE

**Presenter:**Ruby Abrams, Program in Applied Mathematics, University of Arizona

### Program in Applied Mathematics Brown Bag Seminar **An MLE approach for measuring laser propagation axes, with uncertainty estimated through Monte-Carlo simulation**
Series: Program in Applied Mathematics Brown Bag Seminar
**Location:** ONLINE
**Presenter:** Sheldon Deeny, Program in Applied Mathematics, University of Arizona

**An MLE approach for measuring laser propagation axes, with uncertainty estimated through Monte-Carlo simulation**

**Location:**ONLINE

**Presenter:**Sheldon Deeny, Program in Applied Mathematics, University of Arizona

### Program in Applied Mathematics Colloquium **Machine learning and partial differential equations (PDEs)**
Series: Program in Applied Mathematics Colloquium
**Location:** ONLINE
**Presenter:** Eric Vanden-Eijnden, Courant institute of Mathematical Sciences, NYU

**Machine learning and partial differential equations (PDEs)**

**Location:**ONLINE

**Presenter:**Eric Vanden-Eijnden, Courant institute of Mathematical Sciences, NYU

## Tuesday, September 29, 2020

### Quantitative Biology Colloquium **Rigor and reproducibility in biomedical research, Part II**
Series: Quantitative Biology Colloquium
**Location:** ONLINE
**Presenter:** Tim Secom, Department of Physiology and Joe Watkins, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona

**Rigor and reproducibility in biomedical research, Part II**

**Location:**ONLINE

**Presenter:**Tim Secom, Department of Physiology and Joe Watkins, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona

## Thursday, October 1, 2020

### Algebraic Geometry Seminar **How Some Constructions in Projective Geometry Vary**
Series: Algebraic Geometry Seminar
**Location:** ONLINE
**Presenter:** Anand Patel, Oklahoma State University

**How Some Constructions in Projective Geometry Vary**

**Location:**ONLINE

**Presenter:**Anand Patel, Oklahoma State University

### Mathematics Colloquium **Recent developments in Moonshine**
Series: Mathematics Colloquium
**Location:** ONLINE
**Presenter:** Jeffrey Harvey, University of Chicago

**Recent developments in Moonshine**

**Location:**ONLINE

**Presenter:**Jeffrey Harvey, University of Chicago

## Friday, October 2, 2020

### Program in Applied Mathematics Brown Bag Seminar **Classification of round lesions in dual-energy FFDM using a convolutional neural network. Simulation study**
Series: Program in Applied Mathematics Brown Bag Seminar
**Location:** ONLINE
**Presenter:** Brian Toner, Program in Applied Mathematics, University of Arizona

**Classification of round lesions in dual-energy FFDM using a convolutional neural network. Simulation study**

**Location:**ONLINE

**Presenter:**Brian Toner, Program in Applied Mathematics, University of Arizona

### Program in Applied Mathematics Colloquium **Synthetic Interventions**
Series: Program in Applied Mathematics Colloquium
**Location:** ONLINE
**Presenter:** Devavrat Shah, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, MIT

**Synthetic Interventions**

**Location:**ONLINE

**Presenter:**Devavrat Shah, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, MIT

## Wednesday, October 7, 2020

### Mathematical Physics and Probability Seminar **An operad of non-commutative independences defined by trees**
Series: Mathematical Physics and Probability Seminar
**Location:** ONLINE
**Presenter:** Weihua Liu, University of Arizona

**An operad of non-commutative independences defined by trees**

**Location:**ONLINE

**Presenter:**Weihua Liu, University of Arizona

## Thursday, October 8, 2020

### Mathematics Instruction Colloquium **How do mathematicians believe?**
Series: Mathematics Instruction Colloquium
**Location:** ONLINE
**Presenter:** Dr. Brian P. Katz, California State University, Long Beach

**How do mathematicians believe?**

**Location:**ONLINE

**Presenter:**Dr. Brian P. Katz, California State University, Long Beach

## Friday, October 9, 2020

### Program in Applied Mathematics Colloquium **No equations, no variables, no parameters, no space and no time - some new and some old results in data-driven modeling of complex dynamical systems**
Series: Program in Applied Mathematics Colloquium
**Location:** ONLINE
**Presenter:** Yannis Kevrekidis, Chemichal and Biomolecular Engineering, Johns Hopkins

**No equations, no variables, no parameters, no space and no time - some new and some old results in data-driven modeling of complex dynamical systems**

**Location:**ONLINE

**Presenter:**Yannis Kevrekidis, Chemichal and Biomolecular Engineering, Johns Hopkins

## Thursday, October 15, 2020

### Mathematics Colloquium **Bayesian Inference for Inverse Scattering Problems with Topological Priors**
Series: Mathematics Colloquium
**Location:** ONLINE
**Presenter:** Ana Carpio, Compultense University of Madrid

**Bayesian Inference for Inverse Scattering Problems with Topological Priors**

**Location:**ONLINE

**Presenter:**Ana Carpio, Compultense University of Madrid

## Monday, October 19, 2020

### Event **Statistics & Data Science Colloquium**
**Location:** ONLINE
**Presenter:** Yazdandoost Hamedani, University of Arizona, SIE

**Statistics & Data Science Colloquium**

**Location:**ONLINE

**Presenter:**Yazdandoost Hamedani, University of Arizona, SIE

## Friday, October 23, 2020

### Program in Applied Mathematics Colloquium **Dissipation Enhancement by Mixing**
Series: Program in Applied Mathematics Colloquium
**Location:** ONLINE
**Presenter:** Guatam Iyer, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Carnegie Mellon University

**Dissipation Enhancement by Mixing**

**Location:**ONLINE

**Presenter:**Guatam Iyer, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Carnegie Mellon University

## Thursday, October 29, 2020

### Mathematics Colloquium **Some congruences and consequences in number theory and beyond**
Series: Mathematics Colloquium
**Location:** ONLINE
**Presenter:** Ellen Eischen, University of Oregon

**Some congruences and consequences in number theory and beyond**

**Location:**ONLINE

**Presenter:**Ellen Eischen, University of Oregon

## Friday, October 30, 2020

### Program in Applied Mathematics Colloquium **Multidisciplinary Research in the Center for Applied Scientific Computing**
Series: Program in Applied Mathematics Colloquium
**Location:** ONLINE
**Presenter:** Ming Jiang, Center for Applied Scientific Computing, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

**Multidisciplinary Research in the Center for Applied Scientific Computing**

**Location:**ONLINE

**Presenter:**Ming Jiang, Center for Applied Scientific Computing, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

### Mathematics Education Seminar **AZ Noyce MaTh Seminar**
Series: Mathematics Education Seminar
**Location:** ONLINE
**Presenter:** Dr. Farshid Safi, University of Central Florida

**AZ Noyce MaTh Seminar**

**Location:**ONLINE

**Presenter:**Dr. Farshid Safi, University of Central Florida

## Monday, November 2, 2020

### Event **Statistics & Data Science Colloquium**
**Location:** ONLINE
**Presenter:** Haiying Wang, Dept of Statistics, University of Connecticut

**Statistics & Data Science Colloquium**

**Location:**ONLINE

**Presenter:**Haiying Wang, Dept of Statistics, University of Connecticut

## Wednesday, November 4, 2020

### Mathematical Physics and Probability Seminar **Mean field analysis of neural networks: typical behavior and fluctuations**
Series: Mathematical Physics and Probability Seminar
**Location:** ONLINE
**Presenter:** Kostas Spiliopolus, BYU

**Mean field analysis of neural networks: typical behavior and fluctuations**

**Location:**ONLINE

**Presenter:**Kostas Spiliopolus, BYU

## Thursday, November 12, 2020

### Ph.D. Final Oral Dissertation Defense **Finite Element Approximation of Scalar Fields for Near-Extremal Black Holes**
Ph.D. Final Oral Dissertation Defense
**Location:** ONLINE
**Presenter:** Nikki Holtzer Plackowski, Program in Applied Mathematics, University of Arizona

**Finite Element Approximation of Scalar Fields for Near-Extremal Black Holes**

**Location:**ONLINE

**Presenter:**Nikki Holtzer Plackowski, Program in Applied Mathematics, University of Arizona

### Mathematics Colloquium
**Location:** ONLINE
**Presenter:** Constanza Rojas-Molina, UCergy, France

**Location:**ONLINE

**Presenter:**Constanza Rojas-Molina, UCergy, France

## Friday, November 13, 2020

### Program in Applied Mathematics Colloquium **Accelerated Exploration of High-Dimensional Parameter Spaces with MCMC Algorithms**
Series: Program in Applied Mathematics Colloquium
**Location:** ONLINE
**Presenter:** Peter Behroozi, Department of Astronomy and Steward Observatory, University of Arizona

**Accelerated Exploration of High-Dimensional Parameter Spaces with MCMC Algorithms**

**Location:**ONLINE

**Presenter:**Peter Behroozi, Department of Astronomy and Steward Observatory, University of Arizona

## Friday, November 20, 2020

### Program in Applied Mathematics Colloquium **Risk in power systems: models, algorithms, solutions and challenges**
Series: Program in Applied Mathematics Colloquium
**Location:** ONLINE
**Presenter:** Daniel Bienstock, Industrial Engineering and Operations Research, Columbia University

**Risk in power systems: models, algorithms, solutions and challenges**

**Location:**ONLINE

**Presenter:**Daniel Bienstock, Industrial Engineering and Operations Research, Columbia University

### Mathematics Education Seminar **AZ Noyce MaTh Seminar**
Series: Mathematics Education Seminar
**Location:** ONLINE
**Presenter:** Dr. Belin Tsinnajinnie, Santa Fe Community College

**AZ Noyce MaTh Seminar**

**Location:**ONLINE

**Presenter:**Dr. Belin Tsinnajinnie, Santa Fe Community College

## Thursday, December 3, 2020

### Mathematics Colloquium
**Location:** ONLINE
**Presenter:** Charles Smart, University of Chicago

**Location:**ONLINE

**Presenter:**Charles Smart, University of Chicago