Analysis and Probability Seminar

Year 2001

**Monday, April 2, 2001**

**Analysis and Probability Seminar**Lunt 105, 4:10pm

- Professor Wenbo Li, University of Delaware

**Title:***Exit time, principal eigenvalue and small deviation probability*

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**Monday, April 9, 2001**

**Analysis and Probability Seminar**Lunt 105, 4:10pm

- Professor Aurel Stan, Northwestern University

**Title:***The Hausdorff-Young inequality in white noise analysis*

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**Monday, April 16, 2001**

**Analysis and Probability Seminar**Lunt 105, 4:10pm

- Professor Mark Pinsky, Northwestern University

**Title:***Random matrices, Fejer asymptotics and the Hilbert transform*

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**Monday, April 23, 2001**

**Analysis and Probability Seminar**Lunt 105, 4:10pm

- Professor Min Kang, Northwestern University

**Title:***TBA*

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**Monday, April 30, 2001**

**Analysis and Probability Seminar**Lunt 105, 4:10pm

- Professor Elton Hsu, Northwestern University

**Title:***TBA*

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**Monday, May 7, 2001**

**Analysis and Probability Seminar**Lunt 105, 4:10pm

- Professor Elena Kosygina, Northwestern University

**Title:***On coupled Brownian motion with jumps*

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**Monday, May 14, 2001**

**Analysis and Probability Seminar**Lunt 105, 4:10pm

- Professor George Gasper,

**Title:***Multivariable q-Racah polynomials*

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**Monday, May 21, 2001**

**Analysis and Probability Seminar**Lunt 105, 4:10pm

- Professor Elton P. Hsu, Northwestern University

**Title:***Multiplicative Functionals Associated With Boundary Value Problems For Differential Forms*

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**Wednesday, May 23, 2001**

**Analysis and Probability Seminar**Lunt 105, 4:10pm

- Professor Boris Rozovskii, Director, the Center for Applied Mathematical Science, University of Southern California

**Title:***On Equations of Stochastic Fluid Mechanics*

**Special Note:***This is a special analysis and probability seminar*

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**Monday, October 1, 2001**

**Analysis and Probability Seminar**Lunt 105, 4:10pm

- Professor Joerg-Uwe Loebus, University of Jena, Germany, and Northwestern University

**Title:***Change of Reference Measures of Classical and Stable Bilinear Forms*

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**Wednesday, October 10, 2001**

**Analysis and Probability Seminar**Lunt 105, 4:10pm

- Professor Jonathan Mattingly, Stanford University

**Title:***Ergodic theory of the Navier-Stokes equation and dissipative PDE's: Infinite-dimensional coupling and Gibbs measures*

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**Monday, October 15, 2001**

**Analysis and Probability Seminar**Lunt 105, 4:10pm

- Professor Elton P. Hsu, Northwestern University

**Title:***Quasi-invariance for Brownian motion on a non-compact manifold*

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**Monday, October 22, 2001**

**Analysis and Probability Seminar**Lunt 105, 4:10pm

- Professor Min Kang,

**Title:***TBA*

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**Monday, October 29, 2001**

**Analysis and Probability Seminar**Lunt 105, 4:10pm

- Professor Mark Pinsky,

**Title:***Fejer-Lukacs-Zygmund theorems in the upper half plane*

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**Monday, November 0, 2001**

**Analysis and Probability Seminar**Lunt 105, 4:10pm

- Professor Shmuel Friedland, University of Illinois at Chicago

**Title:***Concentration of the permanent estimators of certain large matrices*

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**Monday, November 5, 2001**

**Analysis and Probability Seminar**Lunt 105, 4:10pm

- Professor Elton P. Hsu, Northwestern University

**Title:***Random Matrices*

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**Monday, November 12, 2001**

**Analysis and Probability Seminar**Lunt 105, 4:10pm

- Professor Vadim Linetsky, Department of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

**Title:***Exact pricing of Asian options: interplay between finance, probability, analysis, geometry and physics*

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**Monday, November 19, 2001**

**Analysis and Probability Seminar**Lunt 105, 4:10pm

- Professor Shmuel Friedland, University of Illinois at Chicago

**Title:***Concentration of permanent estimators for certain large matrices*

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