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  • Dr. Sean Crowell
    17:30 -18:30
    2018.02.05America/Chicago

    Applied Mathematics Research Opportunities in Satellite Remote Sensing and Carbon Cycle Dynamics

     

    Abstract: In December 2015, NASA selected the Geostationary Carbon Observatory (GeoCarb) instrument proposed by the University of Oklahoma as the next Earth Venture Mission.  GeoCarb will make daily measurements of greenhouse gases over the western hemisphere at a spatial resolution of kilometers, which will provide unprecedented information on the carbon cycle from local and urban scales all the way up to national scales.  In this presentation, I will outline some of the recent research using these types of measurements, as well as some of the open topics that need to be addressed in order to realize the potential of this exciting mission.  General areas include: uncertainty quantification, data assimilation, fluid mechanics, statistics, initial and boundary value problems, and dynamical systems.

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  • Dr. Michael Jablonski
    17:30 -19:00
    2018.02.12America/Chicago

    Getting to know the new grad director

    The new grad director (Michael Jablonski) will give a brief presentation to introduce himself to the graduate students, talk a little bit about procedures, and take some questions.

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  • Dr. Alan Roche
    17:30 -19:00
    2018.02.19America/Chicago

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  • Dr. Jonathan Cohen
    17:30 -18:30
    2018.02.26America/Chicago

    Title: The Hasse-Minkowski Theorem and the Local-Global Principle
    Abstract: I will describe the Local-Global Principle in number theory and some of its instances, such as equivalence of quadratic forms over number fields.
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    05.February.Monday

    17:30 -18:30
    2018.02.05America/Chicago

    Applied Mathematics Research Opportunities in Satellite Remote Sensing and Carbon Cycle Dynamics

     

    Abstract: In December 2015, NASA selected the Geostationary Carbon Observatory (GeoCarb) instrument proposed by the University of Oklahoma as the next Earth Venture Mission.  GeoCarb will make daily measurements of greenhouse gases over the western hemisphere at a spatial resolution of kilometers, which will provide unprecedented information on the carbon cycle from local and urban scales all the way up to national scales.  In this presentation, I will outline some of the recent research using these types of measurements, as well as some of the open topics that need to be addressed in order to realize the potential of this exciting mission.  General areas include: uncertainty quantification, data assimilation, fluid mechanics, statistics, initial and boundary value problems, and dynamical systems.

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    12.February.Monday

    17:30 -19:00
    2018.02.12America/Chicago

    Getting to know the new grad director

    The new grad director (Michael Jablonski) will give a brief presentation to introduce himself to the graduate students, talk a little bit about procedures, and take some questions.

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    19.February.Monday

    17:30 -19:00
    2018.02.19America/Chicago

    No additional details for this event.

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    26.February.Monday

    17:30 -18:30
    2018.02.26America/Chicago
    Title: The Hasse-Minkowski Theorem and the Local-Global Principle
    Abstract: I will describe the Local-Global Principle in number theory and some of its instances, such as equivalence of quadratic forms over number fields.