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### Pure Math Graduate Student Seminar: Daniel Profili, NC State, Eigenvalue configurations for real symmetric matrices

### Pure Math Graduate Student Seminar: Daniel Profili, NC State, Eigenvalue configurations for real symmetric matrices

Real symmetric matrices appear in a wide range of disciplines. One geometric problem that can be asked of two real symmetric matrices is: how are their eigenvalues arranged on the real line? Can we characterize all matrices whose eigenvalues realize a certain arrangement? In this talk, we will use principles from basic algebraic geometry and…

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### Doctoral Exam: Robin Morillo, NC State, Sensitivity Analysis of Biochemical Models

### Doctoral Exam: Robin Morillo, NC State, Sensitivity Analysis of Biochemical Models

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### Pure Math Graduate Student Seminar: Kylan Schatz, NC State, Fusion Rules for G-crossed Extensions of Modular Categories

### Pure Math Graduate Student Seminar: Kylan Schatz, NC State, Fusion Rules for G-crossed Extensions of Modular Categories

Determining the fusion coefficients for an abstract fusion category is very difficult, and generalizes the problem of plethysm for group representations. As is the case in finite groups, restricting the class of objects we consider can help us to obtain better general results. When one has a group acting on a modular category, it is possible to…

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### Numerical Analysis Seminar: Deep Ray, University of Maryland, College Park, VarMiON: A variationally mimetic operator network

### Numerical Analysis Seminar: Deep Ray, University of Maryland, College Park, VarMiON: A variationally mimetic operator network

Operator networks have emerged as promising deep learning tools for approximating the solution to partial differential equations (PDEs). These networks map input functions that describe material properties, forcing functions and boundary data to the solution of a PDE, i.e., they learn the solution operator of the PDE. In this talk, we consider a new type…

### Numerical Analysis Seminar: Deep Ray, The University of Maryland, VarMiON: A variationally mimetic operator network

### Numerical Analysis Seminar: Deep Ray, The University of Maryland, VarMiON: A variationally mimetic operator network

Operator networks have emerged as promising deep learning tools for approximating the solution to partial differential equations (PDEs). These networks map input functions that describe material properties, forcing functions and boundary data to the solution of a PDE, i.e., they learn the solution operator of the PDE. In this talk, we consider a new type…

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### Triangle Topology Seminar: Nur Saglam, Georgia Tech , Fillability of Contact Structures on the 3-manifolds obtained by surgeries on the trefoil knot

### Triangle Topology Seminar: Nur Saglam, Georgia Tech , Fillability of Contact Structures on the 3-manifolds obtained by surgeries on the trefoil knot

Let M be the 3-manifold obtained by r-surgery on the right handed trefoil knot. Classification of contact structures on such manifolds have been mostly understood for r\geq 1 and r=0. Etnyre-Min-Tosun has an upcoming work on the classification of the tight contact structures for all r. The fillability of contact structures on M is mostly understood if r is not…

### Differential Equations and Nonlinear Analysis Seminar: Ayman Rimah Said, Duke University, Logarithmic spirals in 2d perfect fluids

### Differential Equations and Nonlinear Analysis Seminar: Ayman Rimah Said, Duke University, Logarithmic spirals in 2d perfect fluids

In this talk I will present recent results with In-Jeong from Seoul national university where we study logarithmic spiraling solutions to the 2d incompressible Euler equations which solve a nonlinear transport system on $\mathbb{S}$. We show that this system is locally well-posed in $L^p, p\geq 1$ as well as for atomic measures, that is logarithmic…

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### Pure Math Graduate Student Seminar: Alex Betz, NC State, Module Categories and Algebra Objects

### Pure Math Graduate Student Seminar: Alex Betz, NC State, Module Categories and Algebra Objects

When studying Tensor Categories we want to understand what algebra objects can be found in those categories. After finding such objects it's natural to consider their A -modules and more importantly the category of A (bi)-modules. This talk will attempt to explain this concept and enlighten listeners with motivating examples. Zoom Meeting link: https://ncsu.zoom.us/j/92762214990?pwd=MnA1TnNVQUpzUlo3cTM5RmlNWVF4Zz09 Password:…

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### Numerical Analysis Seminar: Li Wang, University of Minnesota, Neural network based solvers for kinetic equations

### Numerical Analysis Seminar: Li Wang, University of Minnesota, Neural network based solvers for kinetic equations

Deep learning method has emerged as a competitive mesh-free method for solving partial differential equations (PDEs). The idea is to represent solutions of PDEs by neural networks to take advantage of the rich expressiveness of neural networks representation. In this talk, we will explore the applicability of this powerful framework to the kinetic equation, which…

### Biomathematics Seminar: Didong Li, UNC Chapel Hill, Inference for Gaussian processes on compact Riemannian manifolds

### Biomathematics Seminar: Didong Li, UNC Chapel Hill, Inference for Gaussian processes on compact Riemannian manifolds

Gaussian processes (GPs) are widely employed as versatile modeling and predictive tools in spatial statistics, functional data analysis, computer modeling and diverse applications of machine learning. They have been widely studied over Euclidean spaces, where they are specified using covariance functions or covariograms for modelling complex dependencies. There is a growing literature on GPs over…

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### Special Seminar: Page Thorn, University of Mississippi, The Vector Lattice Tensor Product of Ideals

### Special Seminar: Page Thorn, University of Mississippi, The Vector Lattice Tensor Product of Ideals

In this brief talk, I introduce Archimedean Riesz spaces, also known as vector lattices, and their Archimedean Riesz space tensor product as defined by Fremlin. I define what it means to be an ideal in a Riesz space, then provide a counterexample to the statement ``the Fremlin tensor product of ideals is an ideal." Specifically,…

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### Graduate Training Seminar: Seyma Shabbir, NC State, Setting Up Your Webpage in WordPress

### Graduate Training Seminar: Seyma Shabbir, NC State, Setting Up Your Webpage in WordPress

Effective webpages are an increasingly important medium for disseminating information related to classes and research. For TAs, they provide a critical way to share material with your class whereas for those entering the job market, they are often checked by potential employers interested in obtaining more information about candidates. Hence it is important to construct…