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the Applied Math Colloquium/Seminar,
the Mathematical Finance and Risk Management Seminar,
the Meshfree Methods seminar,
and the Discrete Applied Mathematics Seminar.)

Date & Time 
Location 
Title 
Monday, Aug 27 4:40pm 
E1 106 
Jiaan Yan (Institute of Applied Mathematics Beijing, China)
Risk Measures with Comonotonic Subadditivity and Respecting Stochastic Orders

Thursday, Sept 6 4:40pm 
E1 122 
Qiang Du (Penn State University)
Centroidal Voronoi Tessellations: Concept, Algorithms and Applications

Monday, Sept 10 4:40pm 
E1 106 
Marek Rutkowski (University of New South Wales)
Static Replication of Univariate and Bivariate Claims with Applications to Realized Variance Swaps

Monday, Sept 17 4:40pm 
E1 106 
John Neuberger (University of North Texas)

Monday, Sept 24 4:40pm 
E1 106 
Peter Kritzer (University of Salzburg, Austria)
Sequences, Subsequences, and Discrepancy

Tuesday, Oct 2 4:40pm 
E1 244 
Milan Bradonjic (University of California  Los Angeles)
Combinatorial Analysis of Geographical Threshold Graphs

Monday, Oct 8 4:40pm 
E1 106 
Frederi Viens (Purdue University)
Applications of Malliavin Calculus to Random Field Regularity, to Fractional Brownian Integration, and Beyond.

Monday, Oct 15 4:40pm 
E1 106 
Amos Ron (University of WisconsinMadison)
Wavelet Representations in High Dimension: Doing it the Right Way

Tuesday, Oct 16 4:40pm 
E1 122 
Navin Singhi (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research  India)
Projective Planes

Monday, Oct 22 4:40pm 
E1 106 
Monique Jeanblanc (Universiti d'Evry Val d'Essone  France)
Initial times, enlargement of filtration and credit risk

Thursday, Oct 25 4:40pm 
E1 122 
Philip Calabrese (Data Synthesis)
Applying Mathematics in the Real World

Monday, Oct 29 4:40pm 
E1 106 
Jie Shen (Purdue University)
Modeling and simulation of multiphase incompressible flows using an energetic variational phase field model

Monday, Nov 5 4:40pm 
E1 106 
Stephane Crepey (University of Evry, France)
About the pricing equation in finance

Monday, Nov 12 4:40pm 
E1 106 
Erhan Bayraktar (University of Michigan)
On the Finite Horizon American Option Pricing Problem: A Proof of Smoothness and an Expontentially Fast Converging Scheme

Monday, Nov 19 4:40pm 
E1 106 
Ryan Martin (Iowa State University)
The Edit Distance in Graphs

Monday, Nov 26 4:40pm 
E1 106 
Jacek Jakubowski (University of Warsaw)
Pricing of defaultable bonds in the model with rating migration induced by Cox process



Date & Time 
Location 
Title 
Friday, October 12, 3:00 pm 
E1 103 
Sergei Orlov (Stanford University)
Error Correcting Sparse Permutation Channel Codes for Digital Holographic Data Storage

Tuesday, Nov 20 4:40 pm 
E1 244 
Ryan Martin (Iowa State University)
Computing Edit Distance





Date & Time 
Location 
Title 
Monday, Aug 27 4:40pm 
E1 106 
Jiaan Yan (Institute of Applied Mathematics Beijing, China)
Risk Measures with Comonotonic Subadditivity and Respecting Stochastic Orders

Thursday, Sept 27 4:40 pm 
E1 123 
Jeffrey Weiss (University of Colorado, Boulder)
Coherent Structures in Geophysical Turbulence

Tuesday, Oct 2 4:40pm 
E1 244 
Milan Bradonjic (UCLA)
Combinatorial Analysis of Geographical Threshold Graphs

Monday, Oct 8 4:40pm 
E1 106 
Fredei Viens (Purdue University)
Applications of Malliavin Calculus to Random Field Regularity, to Fractional Brownian Integration, and Beyond.

Monday, Oct 29 4:40pm 
E1 106 
Jie Shen (Purdue University)

Monday, Nov 12 12:45 pm 
E1 129 
Aijun Du (IIT Graduate Student)
Deviation, Ergodicity, and Reduction for Stochastical Dynamical Systems

Monday, Nov 26 12:45 pm 
E1 129 
Hongjun Gao (Nanjing Normal Univserity, China)
Exponential Stability for a Hyperbolic Thermoelastic Contact Problem



Date & Time 
Location 
Title 
Friday, Sept 14 3:00 pm 
E1 103 
Marcus Schaefer (DePaul University)
Crossing Numbers and Parameterized Complexity

Friday, Sept 21 3:00 pm 
E1 103 
Michael Pelsmajer (IIT Applied Mathematics)
Dominating Sets in Triangulations

Tuesday, Oct 2 4:40pm 
E1 244 
Milan Bradonjic (UCLA)
Combinatorial Analysis of Geographical Threshold Graphs

Friday & Saturday, Oct 56 9am6pm 
Depaul Loop Campus 
AMS Session on Graph Theory

Tuesday, Oct 16 4:40pm 
E1 122 
Navin Singhi (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research India)
Projective Planes

Friday, Nov 2 2:00 pm 
E1 103 
Jonathan Beagley & Kevin Ventullo (IIT Applied Math undergrads)
Two Short Talks: Minimum Semidefinite Rank of Graphs & "Silver Cubes"

Friday, Nov 9 3:00 pm 
E1 103 
Kathryn Nyman (Loyola UniversityChicago)
Descent algebras, rising sequences, and a good card trick done poorly, if at all

Monday, Nov 19 4:40pm 
E1 106 
Ryan Martin (Iowa State University)
The Edit Distance in Graphs

Tuesday, Nov 20 4:40 pm 
E1 244 
Ryan Martin (Iowa State University)
Computing Edit Distance




