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Rolland Johnson - Muons, Inc.
Sep 18, 3:30pm to 5:00pm
Physics - Colloquia - 111 Life Sciences Building
The successful operation of high-power superconducting radio-frequency particle accelerators at two US national laboratories allows us to consider a new kind of nuclear reactor that operates without the need for a critical core, fuel enrichment, or reprocessing. We consider a multipurpose reactor... read more
Thu.
Sep 18
Sheldon Jacobson - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Sep 18, 4:40pm
Applied Mathematics & Data Science - Seminar - E1 124
Researchers in medicine and the social sciences attempt to identify and document causal relationships. Those not fortunate enough to be able to design and implement randomized control trials must resort to observational studies. To preserve the ability to make causal inferences outside the... read more
Thu.
Sep 18
Dr. Maarten Bosland - Department of Pathology, UIC Medical Center
Sep 22, 3:15pm
Biology - Colloquia - 111 Life Sciences Building
Androgens are thought to cause prostate cancer, but the precise mechanisms by which they do so are unclear. Data, mostly from animal studies, suggest that for androgens to cause prostate cancer they must be aromatized to estrogen and act in concert with these estrogen metabolites. Androgen-receptor... read more
Mon.
Sep 22
Samory Kptoufe - Princeton University
Sep 22, 4:40pm to 5:55pm
Applied Mathematics - Colloquia - E1 104
Abstract: Contemporary statistical procedures are making inroads into a diverse range of applications in the natural sciences and engineering. However it is difficult to use those procedures "off-the-shelf" because they have to be properly tuned to the particular application.  ... read more
Mon.
Sep 22
Yan-Feng Guo
Sep 24, 11:25am to 12:40pm
Applied Mathematics - Seminar - E1 242
Wed.
Sep 24
Lindsey Bleem - University of Chicago
Sep 25, 5:00am to 5:00pm
Physics - Colloquia - 111 Life Sciences Building
Thu.
Sep 25
Tim Davis - Texas A&M
Sep 29, 4:40pm to 5:55pm
Applied Mathematics - Colloquia - E1 104
ABSTRACT: Sparse matrix algorithms lie in the intersection of graph theory and numerical linear algebra, and are a key component of high-performance combinatorial scientific computing. This talk highlights four of my contributions in this domain, ranging from theory and algorithms to reliable... read more
Mon.
Sep 29
Meng Zhao
Oct 1, 11:25am to 12:40pm
Applied Mathematics - Seminar - E1 242
Wed.
Oct 1
Tim Benseman - University of Illinois, Chicago
Oct 2, 3:30pm to 5:00pm
Physics - Colloquia - 111 Life Sciences Building
Thu.
Oct 2
Professor J. Duan
Oct 8, 11:25am to 12:40pm
Applied Mathematics - Seminar - E1 242
Wed.
Oct 8

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