Graduate Student Colloquium: Matt McClinton

EMS Building, Room E495 E495; 3200 N Cramer St., Milwaukee, WI, United States

Harmonize your Fractals Matt McClinton Graduate Student University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee The Sierpinski Gasket (SG) is a known fractal object. A simple observation shows that SG is path connected. Unfortunately, the infinitely jagged structure of the Gasket prevents these paths from... Read More

PhD Dissertation Defense: Mr. Russell Latterman

EMS Building, Room E495 E495; 3200 N Cramer St., Milwaukee, WI, United States

Bayesian Change Point Detection In Segmented Multi-Group Autoregressive Moving-Average Data For The Study Of COVID-19 In Wisconsin Mr. Russell Latterman University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Changepoint detection involves the discovery of abrupt fluctuations in population dynamics over time. We take a Bayesian... Read More

PhD Dissertation Defense: Mr. Dan Noelck

EMS Building, Room E495 E495; 3200 N Cramer St., Milwaukee, WI, United States

Contraction Rates For McKean-Vlassov Stochastic Differential Equations Mr. Dan Noelck University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee This work focuses on the contraction rates for McKean-Vlasov stochastic differential equations (SDEs), McKean-Vlasov Stochastic differential delay equations (SDDEs), and path dependent McKean-Vlasov stochastic differential equations. Under... Read More