# Differential Equations and Applied Math Seminar

**Day: Every Friday**

Time: 11 am- noon

Location: Zoom

Time: 11 am- noon

Location: Zoom

The Differential Equations and Applied Math Seminar is a seminar for those interested in Differential Equations, Mathematical Modeling, both Numerical Analysis and Simulation, both Computational and Theoretical Statistics, as well as other interdisciplinary work of an applied nature. The speaker's topics are not restricted to their own work, as this seminar is a platform for presenting details of Mathematics of interest. Interested Faculty, Graduate Students, and advanced Undergraduates are encouraged to attend.

## Spring 2021

- Jan 29:
**Nestor Guillen**, Texas State University, Interface problems and nonlocal heat equations - Feb 5:
**Kyle Wianecki**, Texas State University, Formalization of Ordinary Differential Equations in PVS - Feb 12:
**Nestor Guillen**, Texas State University, Interface problems and nonlocal heat equations II - Feb 19:
**Ray Treinen**, Texas State University, Some comments on annular capillary surfaces - Feb 26:
**Iván Ojeda-Ruiz**, Texas State University, An Image Inpainting Via a Constrained Smoothing and Dynamic Mode Decomposition - March 5:
**Iván Ojeda-Ruiz**, Texas State University, Numerical Results - March 12:
**Alexander Elgart**, Virginia Tech, The adiabatic theorem of quantum mechanics - March 26:
**Wencai Liu**, Texas A&M University, Irreducibility of the Fermi variety for discrete periodic Schrödinger operators - April 2:
**Rodrigo Matos**, Texas A&M University, Dynamical contrast on highly correlated Anderson-type models - April 9:
**Selim Sukhtaiev**, Auburn University, Asymptotic perturbation theory for extensions of symmetric operators - No seminar
- April 23:
**René Cabrera**, University of Massachusetts