Mathematics Colloquia 2017-2018

The department Colloquia are held every Thursday (except holidays) at 3:35 p.m. in SC 323. Refreshments are served in SC 313F beginning at 3:00 p.m. unless otherwise noted. All are invited to attend.

Graduate Students: The mathematics colloquium is a valuable resource and you should make every effort to attend regularly.

For more detailed information, or if you wish to give a talk, please contact Paul Eloe. >>

Spring Term 2018

April

April 26: (1) Forecasting Using Logistic Regression and Box–Jenkins (ARIMA) Models, Amal Alsomali, University of Dayton. (2) Bootstrapping a Moving Average Time Series Data, Ashley Mailloux, University of Dayton.  Abstracts and more >

April 19: Boundedness and stability of solutions in nonlinear difference equation Qasim Alharbi and Mohammed Alharthi, University of Dayton. Abstract and more >

April 12: Uniqueness and Existence of Solutions of Boundary Value Problems at Resonance for Ordinary Differential Equations. Jabr Aljedani, University of Dayton.  Abstract and more >

April 5: Torsion invariants in operator algebras and K-theory. Joseph Migler, Ohio State University. Abstract and more >

MARCH

March 22: Residuals and diagnostics for ordinal regression models: A surrogate approach. Dungang Liu, University of Cincinnati Lindner College of Business.  Abstract and more >

March 15: A Method for Data De-Grouping and its Impact on Curve Fitting. Tatjana Miljkovic, Miami University.  Abstract and more >

March 8: Outputs of Generalized Trigonometric Functions. Ian Hogan, Central State University. Abstract and more >

FEBRUARY

February 22: Finite Products of Nowhere Real Linearly Ordered Sets. Tetsuya Ishiu,  Miami University.  Abstract and more >

February 15: Fractional Differential Equations. Muhammad Islam, University of Dayton. Abstract and more >

February 8: Idealized Models of Insect Olfaction. Pamela Pyzza, Ohio Wesleyan University. Abstract and more >

February 1: Jackknife Empirical Likelihood Method for the Comparison of Mean Residual Life Functions. Ying-Ju Tessa Chen, University of Dayton.  Abstract and more >

JANUARY

January 25: The Role of the Group Inverse in the Ergodicity of Level-Dependent Quasi-Birth-and-Death Processes (LDQBDs). James Cordeiro, University of Dayton.  Abstract and more >

Fall Term 2017

DECEMBER

December 7: (1) The Search for an Improved Estimator in Determining the Probability of Jet Engine Failure. Kaity Jones, University of Dayton. (2) Optimal stopping problems for a Brownian motion with a disorder on a finite interval, Runze Hu, University of Dayton  Abstracts and more >

NOVEMBER

November 30: Spread option pricing with two underlying assets in a regime-switching model. Ying Ding, University of Dayton.  Abstract and more >

November 9: The Clay Institute Millennium Prize Problem on Navier-Stokes and its Probabilistic and Compressible Counterparts. Sivaguru Sritharan, Air Force Institute of Technology. Abstract and more >

November 2: Set theory and automorphisms of corona algebras. Paul McKenney, Miami University. Abstract and more >

OCTOBER

October 26: Visualizing & Validating CO$T Optimization (with JMP as your Analytic Hubs. Tom Filloon, Stat.i.m llc. Abstract and more >

October 19: Algebras having Bases Consisting Solely of Strongly Regular Elements. Daniel Bossaller, Ohio University. Abstract and more >

October 12: A combinatorial approach to minimal free resolutions of path ideals and domino ideals. Shelley Bouchat, Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Abstract and more >

SEPTEMBER

September 28:  Quasilinearization and Boundary Value Problems at Resonance for Caputo Fractional Differential Equations. Saleh Almuthaybiri, University of Dayton. Abstract and more >

September 21:  Discretization Scheme in Volterra Integro-differential Equations that Preserves Stability and Boundedness. Youssef Raffoul, University of Dayton. Abstract and more >

September 7:  An exact numerical scheme for curves with corners in 2D, Dr. Catherine Kublik,  University of Dayton. Abstract and more >

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