Seminar in Applied Mathematics

Department of Mathematics and Statistics

Texas Tech University

Since Fall 2008, the purpose of the seminar is to provide a venue for researchers and students to present and discuss mathematical approaches for the investigation of challenging real-life problems.
The speakers present different mathematical models based on a wide variety of techniques: PDE, Numerical Analysis, Control Theory, just to name a few.
Topics range from pure mathematical subjects to real-life applications.
Another important goal of the seminar is to encourage students to develop their own research projects.
We welcome all those who want to broaden their perspective on the mathematical methods used in contemporary research.
For any questions related to the seminar, please contact Dr. Giorgio Bornia (credit goes to Dr. Luan Hoang for maintaining the webpage from 2008 to 2013)