Sophex is a seminar in the UT math department specifically for first and second years to give talks, attend talks by their peers, and interact in a friendly environment. If you would like to be added to the seminar mailing list or are interested in giving a talk contact Riley Zeigler (firstname.lastname@example.org).
A list of previous speakers and talks can be found here.
We meet Fridays at 4 pm in RLM 12.104.
|9/8/2017||Riley Zeigler||Norm-Perfect Numbers|
|9/15/2017||Rok Gregoric||Loops, representations, and Riemann-Roch|
|9/22/2017||Jincheng Yang||Stability and instability of shear flow in a rotating system|
|9/29/2017||Dan Weser||Crash Course in Optimal Transport|
|10/6/2017||Riccardo Pedrotti||A Very Brief Introduction to Stable Classification of 4-Manifolds|
|10/13/2017||Richard Wedeen||Fundamental Groups, Galois Groups, and Riemann Surfaces|
|10/20/2017||Nes Sansawang||The minimization of the first eigenvalue of Laplacian with Dirichlet boundary condition|
|10/27/2017||Ruhui Jin||An introduction to Atomistic-to-Continuum coupling methods|
|11/3/2017||Danielle King||Modeling chemotaxis using lattice-Boltzmann method|
|11/10/3017||No Speaker||(Organizational meeting)|
|11/17/2017||Amit Adhikari||A Brief Introduction to Option Pricing Models|