# Past Events

Below are events that have already passed. You can also view a list of upcoming events here.

*8,470 total past events.*

## Tuesday, October 21, 1997

### PDE Seminar

Non-Envelope Formulation of Spatio-Temporal Dynamics in Semiconductors: Transient Focusing and Bullet Formation

**Location:**Econ 200

**Presenter:**I. V. Mel'nikov, General Physics Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences

## Monday, October 20, 1997

### SWRIMS Event

**Location:**Math 401

### Introduction to Computing

**Location:**Math 102

## Friday, October 17, 1997

### Program in Applied Mathematics Colloquium

Well-Posedness in Sobolev Spaces of the Full Nonlinear Water Wave Problem

**Location:**Math 501

**Presenter:**Sijue Wu, Department of Mathematics, University of Iowa

### Program in Applied Mathematics Brown Bag Seminar

An Introduction to Resumes and CVs

**Location:**Math 402

**Presenter:**Anu Rao and David Ropp, Program in Applied Mathematics, University of Arizona

## Thursday, October 16, 1997

### Modeling and Computation Seminar

Modeling of Optical Semiconductor Properties on a Microscopic Basis

**Location:**Econ 200

**Presenter:**Stephan W. Koch, University of Marbug, Germany and University of Arizona

## Wednesday, October 15, 1997

### Dynamics in Populations Seminar

The Relationship Between Continuous and Discrete Models for Size-Structured Populations

**Location:**Math 402

**Presenter:**Jim Cushing, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona

### Introduction to Computing

**Location:**Math 102

### Mathematical Physics and Probability Seminar

Decoherence in Quantum Computing

**Location:**Math 402

**Presenter:**Bill Faris, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona

## Tuesday, October 14, 1997

### Mathematics Instruction Colloquium

Dusting Off Mathematical Models: Math Education Reform in 19th Century America

**Location:**Math 101

**Presenter:**Bill Mueller, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona

### Quantitative Biology Colloquium

Modeling the Motion of Tiny Organisms in Fluid

**Location:**Econ 200

**Presenter:**Daniel Coombs, Program in Applied Mathematics, University of Arizona

### Faculty Meeting

**Location:**Math 501

### PDE Seminar

Interior Multiple Spikes in the Shadow Gierer-Meinhardt System

**Location:**Econ 200

**Presenter:**Michal Kowalczyk, Department of Mathematics, University of Utah

## Monday, October 13, 1997

### SWRIMS Event

**Location:**Math 401

### Introduction to Computing

**Location:**Math 102

## Friday, October 10, 1997

### Program in Applied Mathematics Colloquium

Working in a High Performance Computer Industry

**Location:**Math 501

**Presenter:**Hannah Rasmussen Rhodes, Senior Environmental Applications Analyst, Cray Research, A Silicon Graphics Company

### Program in Applied Mathematics Brown Bag Seminar

Traveling Salesman Problem and Related Topics

**Location:**Math 402

**Presenter:**Daniel Coombs, Program in Applied Mathematics, University of Arizona

## Thursday, October 9, 1997

### Mathematics Colloquium

Macroscopic Models of Solidification

**Location:**Econ 200

**Presenter:**Douuglas Kurtze, Department of Physics & Atmospheric Sciences, University of Arizona

### Special Program in Applied Mathematics Brown Bag Seminar

Life After the Applied Mathematics Program

**Location:**Math 402

**Presenter:**Abbie Warrick*, Livermore National Laboratories

## Wednesday, October 8, 1997

### Dynamics in Populations Seminar

Predicting the Future of the AIDS Epidemic

**Location:**Math 402

**Presenter:**Mac Hyman, Los Alamos National Laboratory

### SWIG Seminar

How to Set Up Your Own Home Page: The Basics

**Location:**Math 102

**Presenter:**A. Rice & Beans Rao, Program in Applied Mathematics, University of Arizona

### Mathematical Physics and Probability Seminar

Geometry and Dynamics of Supercoiling

**Location:**Math 402

**Presenter:**Chris Wiggins, Department of Physics, University of Arizona

## Tuesday, October 7, 1997

### Mathematics Instruction Colloquium

Build Your Dream House

**Location:**Math 501

**Presenter:**Jose Fonseca, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona