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UID:https://events.ucf.edu/event/3591652/integrable-systems-and-potential-theory-seminar/
DTSTAMP:20241028T133000
DTSTART:20241028T133000
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LOCATION:MSB 318: Mathematical Sciences Building, Room 318
SUMMARY:Integrable Systems and Potential Theory Seminar
URL:https://events.ucf.edu/event/3591652/integrable-systems-and-potential-theory-seminar/
DESCRIPTION:Speaker: Robert Jenkins (UCF, Mathematics Dept)\n\nTitle: Talanov self-focusing in the focusing nonlinear Schrodinger hierarchy.\n\nAbstract: I'll describe some recent work in which we investigate the small dispersion limit behavior of parabolic pulse initial data for the focusing NLS equation. Talanov showed in the 1960s that such initial data exhibit singular self-focusing with finite-time blow up of their amplitude. Suleimanov recently proposed a mechanism for the dispersive regularization of this blow up. I'll discuss our proof of Suleimanov's regularization for NLS. We'll also discuss how this phenomena extends to the higher order flows on the integrable hierarchy.
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UID:https://events.ucf.edu/event/3591653/department-tea/
DTSTAMP:20241028T143000
DTSTART:20241028T143000
DTEND:20241028T153000
LOCATION:MSB 201: Mathematical Sciences Building, Room 201
SUMMARY:Department Tea
URL:https://events.ucf.edu/event/3591653/department-tea/
DESCRIPTION:Everyone is welcome to come and have tea, coffee & cookies
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UID:https://events.ucf.edu/event/3591654/graduate-seminar/
DTSTAMP:20241030T103000
DTSTART:20241030T103000
DTEND:20241030T120000
LOCATION:MSB 318: Mathematical Sciences Building, Room 318
SUMMARY:Graduate Seminar
URL:https://events.ucf.edu/event/3591654/graduate-seminar/
DESCRIPTION:Speaker: Hannah Hendrickson (UCF, Mathematics Dept)\n\nTitle: Embedding Cayley Graphs using Euler tours of other graphs \n\nAbstract: We develop a method for determining whether certain kinds of Cayley map embeddings can exist by using multi-digraph representations (similar to Current graphs) of the data contained in the Cayley maps; "non-backtracking" Euler tours of these multi-digraphs correspond exactly to the permutations which define Cayley maps. We also classify all 3-regular graphs which admit such non-backtracking Euler tours. Finally, we show the essential equivalence of partitioning a group with n elements and the Cayley map embedding problem for complete graphs with n vertices. These three results together allow us to "instantly reject" potential Cayley maps for a given complete graph based on the properties of the underlying group itself, without having to manually verify the map's genus - thus greatly simplifying the process of directly computer-searching for Cayley map embeddings, by reducing it to a special case of the well-studied Subset Sum Problem. \n
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UID:https://events.ucf.edu/event/3592023/math-special-celebration/
DTSTAMP:20241030T150000
DTSTART:20241030T150000
DTEND:20241030T163000
LOCATION:Garden Key, Room 221, Student Union
SUMMARY:Math Special Celebration
URL:https://events.ucf.edu/event/3592023/math-special-celebration/
DESCRIPTION:Food and beverages will be provided at this celebration; we look forward to seeing you!
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UID:https://events.ucf.edu/event/3591655/algebra-seminar/
DTSTAMP:20241031T110000
DTSTART:20241031T110000
DTEND:20241031T120000
LOCATION:MSB 318: Mathematical Sciences Building, Room 318
SUMMARY:Algebra Seminar
URL:https://events.ucf.edu/event/3591655/algebra-seminar/
DESCRIPTION:Speaker: Dr. Joseph Brennan (UCF, Mathematics Dept.)\n\n \nTitle: Linear Binomial Regular Sequences in Graph Rings\n\n \nAbstract: We investigate Linear binomial regular sequences in graph rings with particular reference to the properties of the Hilbert function associate to the graph ring. \n
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UID:https://events.ucf.edu/event/3591656/analysis-seminar/
DTSTAMP:20241101T120000
DTSTART:20241101T120000
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LOCATION:Virtual
SUMMARY:Analysis Seminar
URL:https://events.ucf.edu/event/3591656/analysis-seminar/
DESCRIPTION:Speaker: Abey Lopez-Garcia (UCF, Mathematics Dept.)\n\nTitle: Relative asymptotics of multiorthogonal polynomials for Nikishin systems of two measures \n\nAbstract: In this talk I will discuss the relative asymptotics of two sequences of multiorthogonal polynomials associated to two Nikishin systems of measures on the real line, the second one of which is obtained from the first one perturbing the generating measures with non-negative integrable functions. Each Nikishin system consists of two measures. The study of relative asymptotics in the scalar case was initiated in the 1970s and 1980s by Gonchar, Rakhmanov, and Mate- Nevai-Totik, and it is one of the standard forms of asymptotics studied for orthogonal polynomials (other forms are strong, ratio, and nth root asymptotics). The result discussed is obtained in the context of Nikishin systems of two measures. The technique employed for the analysis is based on an adaptation of a fixed-point theorem technique developed by A. Aptekarev for the study of strong asymptotics of multiorthogonal polynomials for Nikishin systems. This is a joint work with G. Lopez Lagomasino. \n\nPlace: [https://ucf.zoom.us/j/96789802247 ](https://ucf.zoom.us/j/96789802247)\n\nMeeting ID: 967 8980 2247 \n\nVirtual Location URL: https://ucf.zoom.us/j/96789802247
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UID:https://events.ucf.edu/event/3592024/department-hike/
DTSTAMP:20241102T083000
DTSTART:20241102T083000
DTEND:20241102T103000
LOCATION:Orlando Wetlands Park
SUMMARY:Department Hike
URL:https://events.ucf.edu/event/3592024/department-hike/
DESCRIPTION:We will meet at the information and sign-in kiosk as indicated on the map. Bring adequate sun protection, good walking shoes, and water. \n\nMap: [https://www.orlando.gov/files/sharedassets/public/v/3/departments/parks -amp-rec/orlando-wetlands-park/23_pwk_oew_guideandmap_final.pdf](https://www.orlando.gov/files/sharedassets/public/v/3/departments/parks%20-amp-rec/orlando-wetlands-park/23_pwk_oew_guideandmap_final.pdf) \n
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