Mathematics Colloquia 2016-2017
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. >>
April 28 (Friday at 3:35 p.m.): The Impact of Data Breaches on Firms’ Stock Price, Kaili Chen, University of Dayton, Advisor: Dr. Chen. Abstract and more >
April 27: First presentation: Reduction of truncation error for a finite difference scheme for the Black Scholes equation, Thanadol Sukjitnittayakarn, University of Dayton, Advisor: Ruihua Liu; Second presentation: Optimal investment, consumption and life insurance, Chenwei Liu, University of Dayton, Advisor: Dan Ren. Abstracts and more >
April 20: Optimal Investment and Consumption in Regime-Switching Jump Diffusion Models, Rodrigue Nguimfack, University of Dayton, Advisor: Ruihua Liu. Abstract and more >
April 7 (Friday at 3:35 p.m.): A Classification of n-tuples of Commuting isometries, Edward Timko, Indiana University, Host: Paul Eloe. Abstract and more >
April 6: Existence and Nonexistence of Positive Solutions of Two Point Fractional Boundary Value Problems, Jeffrey Neugebauer, Eastern Kentucky University, Host: Muhammad Islam. Abstract and more >
March 31 (Friday at 12:20 p.m.): Solvability by Radicals, Ananth Hariharan, I.I. T. Bombay, Host: Lynne Yengulalp. Abstract and more >
March 30: An Optimal Investment Problem Using Regime-Switching Model with Stochastic Interest Rate, Cheng Ye, University of Dayton, Advisor: Ruihua Liu. Abstract and more >
March 23: Some Implications of Neighborhood Homogeneity. Nick Harner, University of Dayton, Advisor: Joe Mashburn. Abstract and more >
March 16: Bootstrapping General ARIMA Models, Seth Gannon, University of Dayton. Abstract and more >
March 9: Asymptotically Periodic Solution of a Quantum Volterra Equation, Muhammad Islam, University of Dayton. Abstract and more >
February 21: A semiparametric regression under biased sampling and random censoring: a local pseudo-likelihood approach, Yassir Rabhi, University of Sherbrooke. Abstract and more >
February 14: Empirical Likelihood Based Detection Procedure for Change Point in Mean Residual Life Functions under random censorship, Ying-Ju Chen, Miami University. Abstract and more >
February 9: Mean Field Games for Stochastic Growth with Relative Utility, Son Nguyen, University of Puerto Rico. Abstract and more >
February 7: Price Dynamics in a Limit Order Book under time-dependent order flow, Jonathan Chavez Casillas, University of Calgary. Abstract and more >
February 2: Fast Alternating Minimization Algorithms for Inverse Problems in Imaging, Dr. Maryam Yashtini, Georgia Institute of Technology. Abstract and more >
January 24: A Markov-Modulated M/M/1 Retrial Queue with Unreliable Server, Dr. James D. Cordeiro, MediaDyne Systems Engineering. Abstract and more >
December 14: A numerical study of an option pricing model using Radial Basis Functions collocation method, Walaa Alharbi, University of Dayton. Abstract and more >
December 9: First presentation - Quasilinearization and Boundary Value Problems at Resonance, Kareem Alanazi and Meshal Alshammari, University of Dayton. Second presentation - Packings of Various Complete Graphs with Isomorphic Copies of the 4-Cycle with a Pendant Edge, Badriah Alrashadi, University of Dayton. Abstracts and more >
December 1: Selling stock with long/short term taxes, Hang Gu, University of Dayton.
November 17: Existence of a Positive Solution of Boundary Value Problems Theorems, Ahlam Abid, University of Dayton. Abstract and more >
November 10: Spectral Properties of Jacobi Matrices, Joanne Dombrowski, Wright State University, hosted by Jon Brown. Abstract and more >
November 3: Green's functions as convolutions of Green's functions for lower order fractional differential equations, Paul Eloe, University of Dayton. Abstract and more >
October 27: (Regular) Graded Skew Clifford Algebras of Low Global Dimension, Dr. Manizheh Nafari, Central State University, hosted by Muhammad Usman. Abstract and more >
October 20: Tyler Masthay, University of Dayton.
October 11: Department scheduling conflicts necessitate the moving of the October 13 colloquium to Tuesday, October 11.
October 6: There is no colloquium scheduled due to fall break.
September 29: Boundary Value Problems at Resonance and Fixed Point Theorems, Paul Eloe, University of Dayton. Abstract and more >
September 22: The Nahm Transform, Dr. Andres Larrain-Hubach, University of Dayton. Abstract and more >