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Langenhop Lecture and SIU Mathematics Conference

May 15-16, 2017

A national research conference in the fields of applied mathematics.

The Department of Mathematics at Southern Illinois University is pleased to announce a research conference in the areas of applied mathematics including partial differential equations, fractional derivatives, mathematical biology, control theory and mathematical physics. This event is combined with the annual Langenhop lecture series to promote the importance of mathematics to a general audience.

Please submit an abstract of your presentation to: math(at)siu(dot)edu by March 31st, 2017.

Accommodations and food are covered for participants.

Registration is required. Please register by March 31st. The link to the registration form is to the left in the box beneath the main navigation menu. 

The Langenhop Lecture is on May 15th at 4pm in the Guyon Auditorium in Morris Library. Anyone is welcome to attend!

Langenhop Lecture: Prof. Suzanne Lenhart, UT at Knoxville

The Langenhop Lecture is intended for a general University audience, highlighting the beauty and impact of Mathematics and/or Statistics on the Arts and Sciences.

Applied Mathematics Conference

Control Theory

Arash Komaee, Southern Illinois University
Jun Liu, Jackson State University
Anirban Nandi, Washington University in St. Louis
Ying Shang, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

Fractional Calculus

Ryan Evans, NIST - National Institute of Standards and Technology
Udita Katugampola, University of Delaware

Geometry and Applications

Gregory Galperin, Eastern Illinois University
M. Weber, Indiana University
Indu Satija, George Mason University

Quantum Information

Gilad Gour, University of Calgary
Xiaoting Wang, Louisiana State University
Charles Ci Wen Lim, Oakridge National Laboratories

Mathematical Biology

Craig D. Collins, Murray State University
Suzanne Lenhart, UT Knoxville
Bingtuan Li, University of Louisville
Jiaxu Li, University of Louisville
Maeve Lewis McCarthy,  Murray State University
Maya Mincheva, Northern Illinois University
David Murrugarra, University of Kentucky
Zoi Rapti, University of Illinois

John Reeve, Southern Illinois University
Libin Rong, Oakland University

Matrix Theory, Computations, and Applications

Minerva Catral, Xavier University
Daeshik Choi, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Sam Cole, University of Illinois Chicago
Philip Feinsilver, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Luyining Elaine Gan, Auburn University
Wei Gao, Auburn University
Mehmet Gumus, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Zhuoheng He, Auburn University
Mark Pekkér (Friedman), University of Alabama Huntsville
Bhaskara Rao Kopparty, Indiana University Northwest
Jianzhen Jason Liu, Auburn University
Tin-Yau Tam, Auburn University
Ken Sze-Wai Wong, University of Chicago
Jianlin Xia, Purdue University
Daochang Zhang, Northeast Dianli University
Pingping Zhang, Chongqing University of Posts & Communications


Program Committee:
Om Agrawal, Eric Chitambar, Jerzy Kocik, Henri Schurz, MingQing Xiao, Jianhong Xu, Dashun Xu

Organizing Committee:
Bhaskar Bhattacharya, Wesley Calvert, John McSorley