Seminars archive
Upcoming Seminars   Colloquium: Algebra Counting points, counting fields, and heights on stacks Jordan Ellenberg, University of WisconsinMadison   Defense: Dissertation On Cycles, Chorded Cycles, and Degree Conditions Ariel Keller, Emory University   Defense: Dissertation On Spanning Trees with few Branch Vertices Warren Shull, Emory University   Seminar: Algebra Title to be announced Nathan Kaplan, UC Irvine   Defense: Dissertation Patching and localglobal principles for gerbes with an application to homogeneous spaces Bastian Haase, Emory University   Seminar: Algebra Title to be announced Jennifer Berg, Rice   Colloquium Title to be announced Sherry Li, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab   Colloquium: Algebra Title to be announced K. Soundararajan, Stanford University   Seminar: Algebra Title to be announced Brandon William, UC Berkeley   Seminar: Algebra Title to be announced Frank Thorne, University of South Carolina  Past Seminars   Undergraduate Thesis Defense: Computer Science Support Vector Machine Classification of Resting State fMRI Datasets Using Dynamic Network Clusters Hyo Yul Byun, Emory University Venue: Mathematics and Science Center, Room E408   Seminar: Combinatorics Quasirandom Discrete Structures and Powers of Hamilton Cycles Hiep Han, Emory University   Defense: Dissertation Adaptive Approaches to Utility Computing for Scientific Applications Jaroslaw Slawinski, Emory University   Seminar: CS Undergraduate Honors Thesis Defense LiveCoding in Introductory Computer Science Education Amy Shannon,   Some People Have All The Luck Skip Garibaldi / Lawrence Mower, Emory and UCLA / Palm Beach Post   Defense: Dissertation Linear Preserver Problems and Cohomological Invariants Hernando Bermudez, Emory University   Seminar Validation of an open source framework for the simulation of blood flow in rigid and deformable vessels Annalisa Quaini, University of Houston Venue: Mathematics and Science Center, Room W302 Show abstract We discuss the validation of an open source framework for the solution of problems arising in hemodynamics. The framework is assessed through experimental data for fluid flow in an idealized medical device with rigid boundaries and a numerical benchmark for flow in compliant vessels. The core of the framework is an open source parallel finite element library that features several algorithms for fluid and fluidstructure interaction problems. A detailed account of the methods is provided.   Seminar: Algebra Number Theory of Moonshine Sarah TrebatLeder, Emory University   Undergraduate Honors Thesis Defense: Algebra 3F2hypergeometric functions and supersingular elliptic curves Sarah Pitman, Emory University   Defense: Dissertation Combinatorial Objects at the Interface of $q$series and Modular Forms Marie Jameson, Emory University 
