## Seminar September 2012-May 2013

**Seminar**: Seminar on Applied Mathematics

**Title:**Existence and uniqueness of series solutions of semi-linear stochastic wave equations

**Speaker:**Abdallah Talafha

**Date**: 4-4-13

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 1:00 PM

**Seminar**: Representation Theory

**Title:**Hermitian Quaternionic Groups

**Speaker:**Bryan Arnold

**Date**: 4-5-13

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 9:00 AM

**Seminar**: Math SIUC

**Title:**Non-Commutativity and Discrete Physics

**Speaker:** Louis H. Kauffman, UIC

**Date**: 3-26-13

**Place**: AG 102

**Time**: 3:00pm

**Abstract**: This talk will show how discrete measurement leads to commutators and how discrete derivatives are naturally represented by commutators. We show how i, the square root of minus one, arises naturally as a time-sensitive observable for an elementary oscillator. In this sense the square root of minus one is a clock. This sheds new light on Wick rotation, which replaces t (temporal quantity) by it, the procduct of time with the square root of minus one.. The Wick rotation replaces numerical time with elementary temporal observation. We show how a number of aspects of physics look from this point of view including a generalization of the Feynman-Dyson derivation of electromagnetism in the context of non-commutative worlds. This generalization depends upon the definitions of derivatives via commutators and upon the way the non-commutative calculus mimics standard calculus.

*Dr. Louis H. Kauffman is a Professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago and is the featured Langenhop lecturer.

**Seminar**: Langenhop Week Seminar

**Title:**Non-associativity & Isometries

**Speaker:**Dr. Zbigniew Oziewicz

**Date**: 3-26-13

**Place**: AG 102

**Time**: 4:00 PM

Dr. Zbigniew Oziewicz is a Professor at Universdad Nacional Autonama de Mexico and is visiting Dr. Jerzy Kocik this week.

**Seminar**: Langenhop Week Seminar

**Title:**Introduction to Some Concepts in Category Theory

**Speaker:**Dr. Zbigniew Oziewicz

**Date**: 3-28-13

**Place**: AG 102

**Time**: 4:00 PM

Dr. Zbigniew Oziewicz is a Professor at Universdad Nacional Autonama de Mexico and is visiting Dr. Jerzy Kocik this week.

**Seminar**: Representation Theory

**Title:**Algebraic Groups Part 2

**Speaker:**Dubravka Ban

**Date**: 3-29-13

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 9:00 AM

**Seminar**: Applied Mathematics Seminar

**Title:**Regularity of SDEs

**Speaker:**Abdallah Talafha

**Date**: 3-7-13

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 1:00 PM

**Seminar**: Potpourri

**Title:**Convergence of Infinite Products on Groups and Semi-Group Part 4

**Speaker:**Greg Budzban

**Date**: 3-7-13

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 2:00 PM

**Seminar**: Representation Theory

**Title:**Admissible Representations Part 2

**Speaker:**Wahidah Alsibiani

**Date**: F3-8-13

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 9:00 AM

**Seminar**: Applied Mathematics Seminar

**Title:**Stochastic SIS Models Part 4 Consistency

**Speaker:**Kursad Tosun

**Date**: Thursday, February 28, 2013

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 1:00 PM

**Seminar**: Potpourri

**Title:**Convergence of Infinite Products on Groups and Semi-Group Part 3

**Speaker:**Greg Budzban

**Date**: Thursday, February 28, 2013

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 2:00 PM

**Seminar**: Representation Theory

**Title:**Admissible Representations

**Speaker:**Wahidah Alsibiani

**Date**: Friday, March 1, 2013

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 9:00 AM

**Seminar**: Applied Mathematics Seminar

**Title:**Stochastic SIS Models Part 2 Stability

**Speaker:**Kursad Tosun

**Date**: Thursday, February 14, 2013

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 1:00 PM

**Seminar**: Potpourri

**Title:**Solving computational problems through the study of entanglement transformations Part 2

**Speaker:**Eric Chitambar, SIU Physics

**Date**: Thursday, February 14, 2013

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 2:00PM

*Eric Chitambar, Assistant Professor of Physics Department:

Quantum information science is an interdisciplinary subject that studies how quantum systems can process information. One mysterious feature of quantum systems is their ability to exist in so-called entangled states, and entanglement has emerged as an important resource in quantum information. Thus, a very important question is how entanglement can be transformed from one form to another.

In this talk, I will provide a gentle introduction to the theory of entanglement transformations. The general question is how one multi-party quantum state can be converted to another when the different parties holding the state are separated by some great distance. I will describe how this purely physical question actually encodes some very important mathematical questions. For instance, deciding whether two polynomials are identical and computing the rank of a tensor can be both be shown as equivalent to an entanglement transformation question.

**Seminar**: Special Semi-Group Seminar

**Title:**Convergence of infinite Products on Groups and Semi-Group

**Speaker:**Greg Budzban

**Date**: Thursday, February 14, 2013

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 3:00 PM

**Seminar**: Representation Theory

**Title:**Quaternion

**Speaker:**Bryan Arnold

**Date**: Friday, February 15, 2013

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 9:00 AM

**Seminar**: Applied Mathematics Seminar

**Title:**Stochastic SIS Models

**Speaker:**Kursad Tosun

**Date**: Thursday, February 7, 2013

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 12:00 PM

**Seminar**: Potpourri

**Title:**Solving computational problems through the study of entanglement transformations

**Speaker:**Eric Chitambar, SIU Physics

**Date**: Thursday, February 7, 2013

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 2:00PM

Eric Chitambar, Assistant Professor of Physics Department:

Quantum information science is an interdisciplinary subject that studies how quantum systems can process information. One mysterious feature of quantum systems is their ability to exist in so-called entangled states, and entanglement has emerged as an important resource in quantum information. Thus, a very important question is how entanglement can be transformed from one form to another.

In this talk, I will provide a gentle introduction to the theory of entanglement transformations. The general question is how one multi-party quantum state can be converted to another when the different parties holding the state are separated by some great distance. I will describe how this purely physical question actually encodes some very important mathematical questions. For instance, deciding whether two polynomials are identical and computing the rank of a tensor can be both be shown as equivalent to an entanglement transformation question.

**Seminar**: Representation Theory

**Title:**Intertwining Operators Pt. 2

**Speaker:**Dubravka Ban

**Date**: Friday, February 8, 2013

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 9:00 AM

**Seminar**: Applied Mathematics Seminar

**Title:**Moments and Stability for Linear SDE

**Speaker:**Abdallah Talafha

**Date**: Friday, January 31, 2013

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 1:00 PM

**Seminar**: Representation Theory Seminar

**Title:**Intertwining operators

**Speaker:**Dubravka Ban

**Date**: Friday, February 1, 2013

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 9:00-10:00

**Seminar**: Applied Mathematics Seminar

**Title:**Almost Sure and Moment Exponential Stability for SDES

**Speaker:**Abdallah Talafha

**Date**: Thursday, December 6, 2012

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 12:00-1:00

**Seminar**: Reading Seminar

**Title:** TBD

**Speaker:** TBD

**Date**: Thursday, November 29, 2012

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 11:00-12:00

**Seminar**: Applied Mathematics Seminar

**Title:** Stability in Probability

**Speaker:** Abdallah Talafha

**Date**: Thursday, November 29, 2012

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 12:00pm-1:30pm

**Seminar**: Reading Seminar

**Title:** Cycles on K3 Surfaces and the Irrationality of Zetra(3)

**Speaker:** Matt Kerr, Washington University-STL

**Date**: Thursday, November 13, 2012

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 3:00-4:00

**Seminar**: Reading Seminar

**Title:** Arithmeticity of Rankin-Selberg Kernels

**Speaker:** Dominic Lanphier-Western Kentucky

**Date**: Thursday, November 15, 2012

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 11:00-12:00

**Seminar**: Applied Mathematics Seminar

**Title:** Teynman-Kac: Approach to SDES

**Speaker:** Abdallah Talafha

**Date**: Thursday, November 15, 2012

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 12:00pm-1:30pm

**Seminar**: Reading Seminar

**Title:** The L Function and Their Functional Equations-Part 2

**Speaker:** Bryan Arnold

**Date**: Thursday, November 8, 2012

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 11:00-12:00

**Seminar**: Applied Mathematics Seminar

**Title:** Floqued Theory for ODES

**Speaker:** Reuben Adatorwovor

**Date**: Thursday, November 8, 2012

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 12:00pm-1:30pm

**Seminar**: Reading Seminar

**Title:** The L Function and Their Functional Equations

**Speaker:** Bryan Arnold

**Date**: Thursday, November 1, 2012

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 11:00-12:00

**Seminar**: Applied Mathematics Seminar

**Title:** Almost Surely Asymptotic for SDES

**Speaker:** Abdallah Talafha

**Date**: Thursday, November 1, 2012

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 12:00pm-1:30pm

**Seminar**: Reading Seminar

**Title:** Restrictions of Representations of a Metaplectic Group

**Speaker:** Dani Szpruch, Purdue University

**Date**: Thursday, November 2, 2012

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 4:00pm-5:00pm

**Seminar**: Reading Seminar

**Title:** The L Function of an Automorphic Form

**Speaker:** Wesley Calvert, SIUC

**Date**: Thursday, October 25, 2012

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 11:00am

**Seminar**: Applied Mathematics Seminar

**Title:** Almost Surely Asymptotic for SDE's

**Speaker:** Abdallah Talafha

**Date**: Thursday, October 25, 2012

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 12:00pm-1:30pm

**Seminar**: Fractional Calculus Seminar

**Title:** Fractional Calculus for Dunnies

**Speaker:** Professor Om. P Agrawal

**Date**: Tuesday, October 16, 2012

**Place**: Alumni Hall in the Engineering Building

**Time**: 12:00pm-1:00pm

**Seminar**: Reading Seminar

**Title:** On Metaplectic Tensor Products for the Covering Group of GL(r)

**Speaker:** Shuichiro Takeda, University of Missouri

**Date**: Thursday, October 18, 2012

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 11:00am

**Seminar**: Applied Mathematics Seminar

**Title:** Lp-Estimates for SDEs: Part 3

**Speaker:** Reuben Adatorwovor

**Date**: Thursday, October 18, 2012

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 12:00pm-1:30pm

**Seminar**: Seminar in Fractional Derivatives and their Applications

**Title:** Fractional Derivatives and Their Applications: Part 2

**Speaker:** Professor Om. P Agrawal

**Date**: Tuesday, October 9, 2012

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 12:00pm-1:00pm

**Seminar**: Reading Seminar

**Title:** The L-function of an Automorphic Form: Part 2

**Speaker:** Professor Wesley Calvert, SIUC

**Date**: Thursday, October 11, 2012

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 11:00am

**Seminar**: Applied Mathematics Seminar

**Title:** Lp-Estimates for SDEs: Part 2

**Speaker:** Reuben Adatorwovor

**Date**: Thursday, October 11, 2012

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 12:00pm-1:30pm

**Seminar**: Seminar in Fractional Derivatives and their Applications

**Title:** Fractional Derivatives and Their Applications: Part 1

**Speaker:** Professor Om. P Agrawal

**Date**: Tuesday, October 2, 2012

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 12:00pm-1:00pm

**Seminar**: Reading Seminar

**Title:** The L-function of an Automorphic Form

**Speaker:** Professor Wesley Calvert, SIUC

**Date**: Thursday, October 4, 2012

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 11:00am

**Seminar**: Applied Mathematics Seminar

**Title:** Lp-Estimates for SDEs

**Speaker:** Reuben Adatorwovor

**Date**: Thursday, October 4, 2012

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 12:00pm-1:30pm

**Seminar**: Reading Seminar

**Title:** Automorphic forms for GL(1, **A_Q**) (Part 3)

**Speaker:** Joseph Hundley, SIUC

**Date**: Thursday, September 27, 2012

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 11:00am

**Seminar**: Applied Mathematics Seminar

**Title:** Existence and Uniqueness of SDEs (Part 3)

**Speaker:** Abdallah M.A. Talafha

**Date**: Thursday, September 27, 2012

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 12:00pm-1:30pm

**Seminar**: Reading Seminar

**Title:** Automorphic forms for GL(1, **A_Q**) (Part 2)

**Speaker:** Joseph Hundley, SIUC

**Date**: Thursday, September 20, 2012

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 11:00am

**Seminar**: Applied Mathematics Seminar

**Title:** Existence and Uniqueness of SDEs (Part 2)

**Speaker:** Abdallah M.A. Talafha

**Date**: Thursday, September 20, 2012

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 12:00pm-1:30pm

**Seminar**: Reading Seminar

**Title:** Automorphic forms for GL(1, **A_Q**)

**Speaker:** Joseph Hundley, SIUC

**Date**: Thursday, September 13, 2012

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 11:00am

**Seminar**: Applied Mathematics Seminar

**Title:** Existence and Uniqueness of SDEs

**Speaker:** Abdallah M.A. Talafha

**Date**: Thursday, September 13, 2012

**Place**: Neckers 356

**Time**: 12:00pm-1:30pm