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Seminars


Today's Seminars - 12/2
  • Partial Differential Equations & Applied Math - Ali Pakzad (Indiana University) - Data assimilation; effects of the higher order interpolation - 10:00 - 10:50 a.m. -  Zoom
Monday 11/30
  • No Seminars
Tuesday 12/1
  • Algebraic Geometry -   Javier Gonzalez-Anaya (UC Riverside) - Negative curves in blowups of weighted projective planes - 11:00 a.m. - 12:20 p.m.
  • Lie Theory - TBA - 12:30 - 1:50 p.m.
  • ICQMB Seminar - Henry Shum (University of Waterloo) - Modeling Differences in Motility of Flagellated Bacteria Near Walls - 2:00 - 3:20 p.m. - Email Qixuan Wang for Link
Wednesday 12/2
  • Partial Differential Equations & Applied Math - Ali Pakzad (Indiana University) - Data assimilation; effects of the higher order interpolation - 10:00 - 10:50 a.m. -  Zoom
Thursday 12/3
  • Fractal Research Group -  David Weisbart (UC Riverside) - Moments That Matter: A Brownian Perspective - 11:15 a.m. - 12:20 p.m. Email for Zoom Link
  • Mathematical Physics & Dynamical Systems - Robert Neimeyer (Metropolitan State University of Denver) - The Koch Square Snowlake Billiard Revisited: Because Square-roots are Hard - 3:30 - 4:50 p.m. - Zoom
Friday 12/4
  • Differential Geometry - Rina Rotman (University of Toronto) - TBA - 11:00 - 11:50 a.m.
  • Commutative Algebra - Benjamin Briggs (University of Utah) - The friendship between commutative algebra and rational homotopy theory - 2:00 - 2:50 p.m.
  • Ergodic Theory - TBA - Email for Zoom Link


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DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS

**The Department Staff will be working remotely**

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Tel: (951) 827-3113
Fax: (951) 827-7314

Office Hours:
8:30 a.m. - 11:45 a.m.
1:00 p.m. - 4:45 p.m.

 

 

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Dr. Brian Collier Joins UCR Math Department in Fall 2020

 

Brian Collier, UCR Math

Before joining UCR, Dr. Collier was an NSF post-doctoral fellow at the University of Maryland.

Dr. Brian Collier's research focuses on the interplay of different areas of math such as algebraic geometry, dynamical systems, gauge theory, Lie theory, and geometric group theory. In particular, he uses Higgs bundles and Nonabelian Hodge theory to study certain generalizations of hyperbolic geometry called Anosov representations and higher Teichmüller theory.

To get to know Dr. Collier’s activities, please visit his website: https://sites.google.com/view/brian-collier/home

 

 

MICROTUTORIALS

people writing equations on glass

When learning calculus at college level, students often encounter difficulties overcoming word problems, or extracting mathematics from the context of a certain subject. The instructors also encounter time limitations to teaching with sufficient depth, coverage and illustrations.

The Microtutorials in Mathematics project team at UCR has conceived a new approach to producing supplementary instructional materials. It produces a collection of microtutorials as supplementary instructional and learning materials. The intent is to assist the students and instructors to overcome such difficulties and pressures, with the help of online learning. The students could use them freely on any topics of their choice.  The videos are produced with follow-up questions to enable instructors to flip their classrooms if desired.

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Math Alliance
Math Alliance: Providing educational success to underrepresented and first-generation students is an important part of UCR's mission.
 
The National Alliance for Doctoral Studies in the Mathematical Sciences - Math Alliance - is a community of math sciences faculty and students with the following goals:
  • To increase the number of doctoral degrees in the mathematical sciences among groups that have been traditionally underrepresented in those fields.
  • To improve placement of students from these groups in doctoral programs in disciplines that recruit undergraduate mathematics majors.
  • To increase the number of Phds from these groups who enter the professoriate in the mathematical sciences as well as other appropriate professions.
  • To increase funded research collaborations among faculty members at the universities with mathematical sciences doctoral programs and faculty members at colleges and universities focused on undergraduate students.
  • To foster the growth of a community of mathematical scientists that promotes a diverse workforce.

If you are interested in becoming a Math Alliance Scholar, please feel free to contact Dr. Fred Wilhelm. The benefits include access to Math Alliances Facilitated Graduate Applications Process and possible funding to go the the Alliance's Field of Dreams conference.

Events


Colloquium: The Quasiconformal Geometry of Fractals
November 18, 2020 @ 4:00 pm
Zoom
Interdisciplinary Center for Quantitative Modeling in Biology Mario Bonk, UCLA Abstract: Many questions in analysis and geometry lead to  problems of quasiconformal geometry on non-smooth or fractal spaces.  For example, there is a close relation of this subject to the problem of characterizing fundamental groups of hyperbolic 3…
Colloquium: Modeling cell migration: from 2D to 3D
November 04, 2020 @ 4:00 pm
Zoom Meeting
Alex Mogilner, Courant Institute, New York University Cell migration is a fundamentally important phenomenonunderlying wound healing, tissue development, immune responseand cancer metastasis. Understanding basic physics of thecell migration presented a great challenge until, in the lastthree decades, a combination of biological,…
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