[ugrads] Menger Day today! Your attendance invited starting 12:45pm
ellisr at iit.edu
Mon Mar 26 10:53:09 CDT 2018
Dear Undergraduate Students,
The flagship event of our department is here today -- Menger Day 2018.
There are three events *especially designed for your participation* -- the
12:45pm AWM/SIAM Chapters Lunch Talk, the main 6pm Menger Lecture, and the
7:15pm Alumni Networking discussion. All events are appropriate for you to
attend, although the campus tour is geared mainly to our guests.
Monday, March 26th Schedule Summary -- all events in *Hermann Hall (south)
- 12:50 p.m. AWM/SIAM Clubs Lunch Talk (lunch provided)
“The New Financial Mathematics for the New Financial Markets,”
- 1:50 p.m. Faculty Research Overviews
- Sonja Petrovic, "Statistics on Networks"
- Shuwang Li, " Interface Problems and Applications"
- Lulu Kang, "Statistical Design and Analysis"
- Hemanshu Kaul, "Conflict-free allocation of resources"
- Chun Liu, "Energetic Variational Approaches in Modeling the Ion
- 3:15 p.m. Campus Tour, departing from Hermann Hall Ballroom
- 4:45 p.m. Poster Session, graduate and undergraduate student
exhibitors (refreshments provided)
- 6:00 p.m. Menger Lecture
"Mean Field Games: Mathematical Theory and Applications,"
- 7:00 p.m. Awards Presentation
- 7:15 p.m. Reception and Alumni Networking (H'orderves/light dinner
Tuesday, March 27th
Tuesday's research talk will be a more mathematical/technical talk like a
department colloquium/seminar, in the area of mathematical finance and
stochastic differential equations. Attendance recommended if you have an
interest in mathematical finance, or you liked Monday's Lecture.
- 10:00 a.m. - Research Seminar, RE 124
"Control of McKean-Vlasov Dynamics (Mean Field Control) and the Price of
Anarchy," René Carmona
See you soon,
Robert B. Ellis, PhD
Associate Professor of Applied Mathematics
Associate Dean, College of Science
Illinois Institute of Technology
10 W 32nd St, RE 208
Chicago, IL 60637
ellisr at iit.edu
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