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Video Archive

This site will be an archive of selected seminars held in the NCSU Department of Mathematics. The videos should be immediately accessible within your web browser on any computer with a connection faster than dialup.

L.N. Trefethen - Continuous Analogues of Matrix Factorizations
March 31, 2014

Giovanna Guidoboni - The Eye as a Window on the Body: Mathematical Modeling of Retinal Blood Flow
February 20, 2014

Michael Shearer - Shock Waves
November 21, 2013

Seth Sullivant - Phylogenetic Algebraic Geometry
November 7, 2013

John Lowengrub - Growth, patterning, and control in nonequilibrium systems
October 17, 2013

Michael Singer - Rooks, Recurrences and Residues
October 17, 2013

George Andrews - The Enigmatic Lost Book of Ramanujan
September 20, 2013

Martin Golubitsky - Patterns of phase-shift synchrony with application to binocular rivalry
April 17, 2013

Kwangil Koh Lecture Series
Martin Golubitsky - Patterns Patterns Everywhere (mediasite recording)
April 16, 2013

Xiaoming Wang - Flows in Karst Geometry: Modeling, Analysis and Simulation
April 4, 2013

Noam Elkies - Canonical forms: a mathematician's view of musical canons
January 25, 2013
PDF Slides

Steve Campbell - Differential Algebraic Equations and Optimal Control
November 29, 2012

Ilse Ipsen - Randomized Algorithms for Matrix Computations NO VIDEO (PDF slides)
November 8, 2012

2003-2011 archived seminars are available on DVD in the MMC in SAS 2105


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