## Upcoming Events

## February 2019

## Georgy Scholten, NC State, Hyperplane Arrangements

The study of hyperplane arrangements begins at fundamental questions such as: how many pieces can one cut a cake into with n slices? Quickly, hyperplane arrangements generate many intricately interesting mathematical structures and connections to many seemingly unrelated topics appear.…

Find out more »## Nicolette Price, NC State, Let’s Talk IT: File Sharing

Nicolette Price from Mathematics IT will be leading an interactive seminar on today's best features of file sharing using cloud services. You'll have the opportunity to go hands on with her as she walks you through multiple platforms and different ways…

Find out more »## March 2019

## Casey Dietrich, NC State, Forecasting and Mapping of Coastal Flooding during Hurricanes

When a hurricane threatens North Carolina, researchers use computational models to predict how the ocean waters will rise, and what areas will be flooded. Emergency managers rely on fast and accurate storm surge predictions from these models to make decisions…

Find out more »## Anila Yadavalli, Darboux Transformations and Fay Identities of the Extended Bigraded Today Hierarchy

## April 2019

## Oleksandr Misiats, Virginia Commonwealth University, Patterns around us: a calculus of variations prospective

Crumples in a sheet of paper, wrinkles on curtains, cracks in metallic alloys, and defects in superconductors are examples of patterns in materials. A thorough understanding of the underlying phenomenon behind the pattern formation provides a different prospective on the…

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