Fridays in Skye 284

Social Time: 12.301p

Talk: 11.50p
In this talk I will present my current published work on diffusion in two or more $p$adic dimensions. Time permitting I will sketch future research directions.
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In this talk I will present my current published work on diffusion in two or more $p$adic dimensions. Time permitting I will sketch future research directions.
Finding a minimizer of a least gradient problem is often a difficult task. In the particular problem from my current research, with the proper assumptions, we may use FenchelRockafellar to consider the dual problem and an Alternating Split Bregman Algorithm which converges to weak solutions of the dual problem and the original (primal) problem. In this talk, we will derive the algorithm and discuss its convergence.
Developmental biologists study processes such as pattern formation, morphogenesis, and cellular signaling in an attempt to unravel the complexities of how organisms develop. Providing insights into the fundamental biology of life often requires joint work by both theoretical and experimental biologists. In this talk I will be discussing our contributions to understanding these processes in two different systems: pavement cells in plant leaves and the Drosophila (fruit fly) wing disc.
There is a class of group actions on symplectic manifolds that preserve the symplectic form. In this talk, we will give an introduction to symplectic manifolds and the interesting features of symplectic group actions, highlighting examples that motivated the study of symplectic manifolds in general.
In recent years, tensor decomposition has become a crucial tool in the areas of machine learning, signal processing, and statistics. In this talk, we will discuss the basics of tensor decomposition methods, namely the canonical polyadic decomposition (CPD/PARAFAC/CANDECOMP) and the higherorder singular value decomposition (HOSVD). We will also discuss some recent applications.
In an increasingly interconnected world, efficient data transmission and network performance are paramount. In this introductory talk, we will unravel the complexities and common challenges of queuing theoryâ€”a powerful tool for comprehending and optimizing network performance. Queuing theory plays a vital role in data traffic management, delay reduction, and overall network efficiency enhancement. We will explore standard examples like Deficit Round Robin (DRR) and StartTime Fair Queuing (STFQ) as classic algorithms that serve as our stepping stones into the world of network queues. If time permits, I'll also share insights and applications from my summer internship.
Come drop by to see various math grads give short introductory talks about the math they do here at UCR! We especially encourace newer grad students to attend and meet our department.
The UC Riverside Math Graduate Student Seminar (GSS) is brought to you by the UCR student chapter of the American Mathematics Society. GSS is organized by the officers of the chapter.
Will Hoffer, President
Chris Grossack, Vice President
Jialin, Jennifer Wang, Secretary
Rahul Rajkumar, Treasurer