This semester, we are meeting on Mondays 3:35-4:30pm in the Seminar Room 4206 French Hall. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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- Jan 14, organizational meeting.
- Jan 21, MLK, no talk.
- Jan 28, Wlodek Bryc, Singular values of large non-central random matrices.
- Feb 4, Yizao Wang. Examples of random sup-measures.
- Feb 11. Na Zhang, Limit theorems via martingale approximation.
- Feb 18, Yu Gu, Carneige Mellon University. The Wong-Zakai theorem for stochastic heat equation.
- Feb 25, Magda Peligrad. On spectral density of stationary processes.
- Mar 4, Wlodek Bryc. On Matrix Ansatz for open ASEP in the singular case.
- Mar 11, Jack Silverstein, NCSU. A Deterministic equivalent on the eigenvalues of large dimensional random matrices of Hadamard Type.
- Mar 18, Spring break. No talk on Monday.
- Mar 21, Thurs, 2-3pm, Ilya Molchanov, University of Bern, Switzerland, Random diagonal transformations of convex bodies.
- Mar 25, Marcin Swieca. On Matrix Ansatz for open ASEP in the singular case: part II.
- Apr 1, Robbie Buckingham. A representation of joint moments of CUE characteristic polynomials in terms of Painleve functions.
- Apr 8, 227 WCharlton, Sid Resnick, Cornell University. Why model the growth of networks?
- Apr 15, Seungki Kim. Shape of a random lattice.
- Apr 17, 10:10-11:05am, 227 WCharlton, Michael Lavine, Army Research Office. Assessing procedures vs. assessing evidence.