2018  2019 Year Seminar Schedule

9/11 
Dr. Dong Dong (UMD) 
Harmonic analysis in combinatorics: a case study 
9/18 
Prof. Costas Karanikas (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki) 
Constrictions of bent functions using a family of permutations and ReedMuller type codes 
9/25 
Dr. Xiumin Du (UMD) 
A sharp Schrodinger maximal estimate in R^2 
10/23 
Prof. Ervin Sejdic (Univ. of Pittsburgh) 
Mathematical approaches to understand and alter swallowing and gait functions in humans 
11/06 
Prof. Stefan Steinerberger (Yale) 
Oscillations of Fourier series, Quantitative SturmLiouville Theory and Applications 
11/13 
Prof. John Benedetto (UMD) 
Frames and some algebraic forays 
11/20 
Dr. Sui Tang (JHU) 
Inference of interaction laws in systems of agents from trajectory data 
11/27 
Ahmad Mousavi (UMBC) 
Some
topics in sparse optimization 
02/12 
Sebastian Cioaba (Univ. of Delaware) 
The smallest eigenvalues of Hamming, Johnson and other graphs 
02/19 
No Seminar 
02/21  02/22 

February Fourier Talks 
02/26 
Julian Yarkony (Verisk Analytics) 
Principled MultiPerson Pose Estimation using Implicit Column Generation and Nested Benders Decomposition 
03/05 
Tyrus Berry (George Mason University) 
Frame theory and a global approach to the exterior calculus 
03/12 
Stephen Casey (American University) 
Sampling and Tomography in Euclidean and nonEuclidean Spaces 
03/19 
Spring Break 
04/09 
Addison Bohannon (UMD) 
Stochastic processes on graphs: learning representations and applications 
04/16 
David Bindel (Cornell) 
Latent factor models 
04/23 
David Bindel (Cornell) 
Scalable kernel methods 
04/30 
David Bindel (Cornell) 
Spectral methods in data network analysis 
05/07 
Weilin Li (NYU) 
Superresolution, subspace methods, and minimum singular value of nonharmonic Fourier matrices 