Presentations

 

SIAM Dynamical Systems (May 2013) Snowbird, UT, Dynamics of Nanomagnets with Spin-Transfer Torques


SIAM Computational Science and Engineering (Feb 2013) Boston, MA, Thermally Induced Magnetization Reversals


Dynamical Systems Seminar (Jan 2013) RPI, NY, Dynamics of Nanomagnets with Spin-Transfer Torques


Invited Speaker, Mathematical Biology Seminar (Jan 2013) NJIT, NJ, Synchronous Firing Events in Stochastic Neuronal Network Models


Invited Speaker, Applied Mathematics Seminar (Oct 5, 2012) UNC Chapel Hill, NC, Dynamics of Nanomagnets with Spin-Transfer Torques


SIAM Conference on the Life Sciences (Aug 2012) San Diego, CA, Synchronous Firing Events in Stochastic Model Neuron Systems


AIMS 9th Conference on Dynamical Systems (July 2012) Orlando, FL, Synchrony in Stochastic Pulse-Coupled Neuronal Network Models, and also Magnetization Reversal in Thin Film Magnetic Elements


SIAM Nonlinear Waves (June 2012) Seattle, WA, Monte-Carlo Simulations of a Stochastic Maxwell-Bloch System


Computational Statistical Mechanics Seminar (Apr 2012) CIMS NYU, NY, Thermally induced magnetization reversals


SIAM Conference on Uncertainty Quantification (April 2012) Raleigh, NC, Size of Synchronous Firing Events in Model Neuron Systems


Grad Student/Postdoc Seminar (Apr 2012) CIMS NYU, NY, Why go Random?


Invited Speaker, O’Hern Group Meeting (Mar 2012) Yale, Granular Matter, Foams, and Beyond: Applications of the Granocentric Model


APS March Meeting (Mar 2012) Boston, MA, Granular Matter, Foams, and Beyond: Applications of the Granocentric Model


Applied Math Seminar (Nov 2011) CIMS NYU, NY, Investigating jammed matter from a granocentric point of view


SIAM Conference on Applications of Dynamical Systems (May 2011) Snowbird UT, Dynamical regimes of integrate-and-fire neuronal network models


Invited Speaker, Biomathematics Conference (Mar 2011) University of Florida, Synchrony in Stochastic Pulse-coupled Neuronal Network Models


Mathematical Biology Colloquium Seminar (Jan 2011) Duke University, Durham NC, Synchrony in Stochastic Pulse-coupled Neuronal Network Models


SIAM Nonlinear Waves and Coherent Structures (Aug 2010) Philadelphia PA, Synchrony in Stochastic Pulse-coupled Neuronal Network Models


SIAM Life Sciences (July 2010) Pittsburgh PA, Synchrony in Stochastic Pulse-coupled Neuronal Network Models


Emerging Topics in Dynamical Systems and Partial Differential Equations (Jun 2010) Barcelona Spain, Synchrony in Stochastic Pulse-coupled Neuronal Network Models


Invited Speaker, Frontiers in Nonlinear Waves Conference (Mar 2010) University of Arizona, Synchrony in Stochastic Pulse-coupled Neuronal Network Models


Applied Math Days (Mar 2010) RPI, Synchrony in Stochastic Pulse-coupled Neuronal Network Models


Stochastic Models in Neuroscience (Jan 2010) CIRM Marseille France, Synchrony in Stochastic Pulse-coupled Neuronal Network Models


NYU Applied Math Lab Seminar (Oct 2009) Synchrony in Stochastic Pulse-coupled Neuronal Network Models


Invited Speaker, SAMSI Opening workshop on Stochastic Dynamics - Dynamics of Biological Networks Theme (Sep 2009) Synchrony in Stochastic Pulse-coupled Neuronal Network Models


BU Neurodynamics Group Seminar (July 2009) Synchronous Dynamics of a Current-Based Integrate-and-Fire Neuronal Network


Invited Speaker, SIAM Conference on Applications of Dynamical Systems Mini Symposium (May 2009) Synchronous Behavior in a Current-Based Neuronal Network


IMACS Nonlinear Evolution Equations and Wave Phenomenon (Mar 2009) Synchronous Behavior in a Current-Based Neuronal Network


Applied Math Days (Oct 2008) Synchronous Behavior in Current-Based Neuronal Network


AIAA 36th Fluid Dynamics (Jun 2006) Skin Friction and the Inner Flow in Pressure Gradient Turbulent Boundary Layers


APS 59th DFD (Nov 2006) Power Law for Rough Favorable Pressure Gradient Turbulent Boundary Layers


APS 58th DFD (Nov 2005) Favorable Pressure Gradient Turbulent Boundary Layers: part 1. Wall Shear Stress Calculations


APS 57th DFD (Nov 2004) Particle Size Dependence in Granular Couette Flow