Analysis and Probability Seminar

Year 2002

**Monday, April 0, 2002**

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

- Professor ,

**Title:***A class of processes on the path space over a compact Riemannian manifold with unbounded diffusion*

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**Monday, April 8, 2002**

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

- Professor Michael Schlosser, visiting Northwestern University

**Title:***Inversion of bilateral basic hypergeometric series*

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**Monday, April 15, 2002**

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

- Professor Jorg-Uwe Loebus, Northwestern University

**Title:***A class of processes on the path space over a compact Riemannian manifold with unbounded diffusion*

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**Monday, April 22, 2002**

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

- Professor Elton P. Hsu, Northwestern University

**Title:***Stein's Method for Lindberg's Central Limit Theorem*

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**Monday, April 29, 2002**

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

- Professor Ahmed Zayed, De Paul University

**Title:***A q-analogue of the Whittaker-Shannon Kotelnikov sampling theorem*

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**Monday, May 6, 2002**

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

- Professor Elena Kosygina,

**Title:***Homogenization of stochastic Hamilton-Jacobi equations*

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**Monday, May 13, 2002**

**Analysis and Probability Seminar**Lunt 105, 3:00pm

- Professor Andrew Comech, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

**Title:***L^p-L^q regularity of Fourier integral operators*

**Special Note:***There are two analysis and probability seminars today*

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

- Professor Burgess Davis, Purdue University

**Title:***Reinforced Random Walk*

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**Monday, May 20, 2002**

**Analysis and Probability Seminar**Lunt 105, 3:00pm

- Professor Joe Jerome, Northwestern University

**Title:***A semi-classical drift-diffusion model with thresholds for recombination and boundary flux*

**Special Note:***There are two analysis and probability seminars today*

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

- Professor Timo Seppalainen, University of Wisconsin, Madison

**Title:***Second class particles in asymmetric exclusion processes*

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