Welcome to the home page for the University of North Texas mathematics conference in honor of the 70th birthday of John Neuberger. The conference will be held October 30-31, 2004. on the campus of the University of North Texas. All talks will be held in the Environmental Education, Science and Technology (ENV/EESAT) building, room 130. Talks will be held throughout the day on Saturday and on Sunday morning. A banquet is planned for Saturday night.
Those wishing to present a 20 minute talk should submit a title and abstract by October 1, 2004 (preferably by email) to Joseph Iaia at email@example.com. Otherwise, titles and abstracts can be sent to:
Department of Mathematics
University of North Texas
Denton, Texas 76203-1430
All talks will take place in the Environmental Education, Science and Technology (ENV/EESAT) building, room 130, on the campus of the University of North Texas. See the Directions section.
10:25-10:45 - Goong Chen - Texas A&M University - Rapid Fluctuations of Chaotic Maps on R^N.
10:50-11:10 - Sze-Bi Hsu - Tsing Hua University,Taiwan - A Diffusive Predator-Prey Model in Heterogeneous Environment.
11:15-11:35 - Jianxin Zhou - Texas A&M University - Gradient Methods in Banach Spaces.
11:40-12:00 - Nicholas Alikakos - University of North Texas - Triple Junctions in the Plane.
12:00-1:00 - LUNCH
1:00-1:20 - Alfonso Castro - Harvey Mudd College - Nonradial Solutions to Radial Problems.
1:25-1:45 - Jerry Goldstein - University of Memphis - Neuberger's Theorem and Higher Order Wentzell problems.
1:50-2:10 - Larry Harris - University of Kentucky - Markov's Polynomial Inequality for Banach Spaces.
2:15-2:35 - R.C. Brown - University of Alabama-Tuscaloosa - Continuous Invertibility of Minimal Sturm-Liouville Operators in Lebesgue Spaces.
2:40-3:00 - Homer Ellis - University of Colorado at Boulder - The Finslerian Geometry of Spinning Spheres.
3:05-3:25 - Walter Richardson - University of Texas at San Antonio - Sobolev Gradient Preconditioning and Stabilization for Convection-Diffusion Problems.
3:30-3:50 - Gordon Johnson - University of Houston - Addressing Regions.
3:55-4:15 - Ian Knowles - University of Alabama - Inverse Problems and Neuberger Gradients.
4:20-4:40 - Turab Lookman - Los Alamos National Laboratory - Sobolev Gradients: Application to Phase Separation and Ordering.
4:45-5:05 - Glenn Webb - Vanderbilt University - Evolution Equations with Logistic Nonlinearities.
5:10-5:30 - Tony Zettl - Northern Illinois University - Left-Definite Sturm-Liousville Problems.
5:35-5:55 - Zhaosheng Feng - University of Texas, Pan-American - Lie Symmetry Method for a Generalized Fisher Equation.
6:30-9:30 - Dinner Banquet at the Gateway Center, Ballroom 35, $15.
7:30-7:50 - Victor Padron - University of Minnesota - An Evolutionary Stable Migration Strategy Under Logistic Growth.
7:55-8:15 - G. Edgar Parker - James Madison University - Pathology in Nonlinear Semigroups and the Edges of Tractability.
8:20-8:40 - Bartosz Protas - McMaster University, Ontario, Canada - Regularization of Adjoint Analysis of Multiscale PDE Systems.
8:45-9:05 - Coke Reed - Princeton University - Flows of Data.
9:10-9:30 - Mayumi Sakata - Generalized Eigenfunction Expansions for Spectral Multiplicity One and an Application in Analytic Number Theory.
9:35-9:55 - James Sochacki - James Madison University - A Modified Newton Method.
10:00-10:20 - John M. Neuberger - Northern Arizona University - Newton's Method for Semilinear Elliptic PDE.
10:25-10:45 - J.P. Holmes - Auburn University - Self adjoint Idempotents in C-star Algebras.
10:50-11:10 - Robert Kallman - University of North Texas - The Topology of the Group of Invertible, Measurable, Non-Singular Transformations of a Lebesgue Space.
10:50-11:10 - John Taylor - University of Colorado at Boulder - Chaos in Topological Spaces.
11:15-11:35 - George Soules - CCR West - Permanental Bounds
11:40-12:00 - Santiago Betelu - University of North Texas - Electrically Charged Droplets and Flexible Digital Displays.
12:00-?? Brunch at the Neubergers' home.
Last Update : September 16, 2004.