Professor Tom Ivey finishes this semester’s MESS (Mathematical Explorations Seminar Series) of colloquium talks for undergraduate math majors with “The geometry of differential equations” at 3:10pm Wed. April 13, 2016, in 104 RSS. Professor Ivey studies problems that lie at the interface between differential equations and geometry and is an expert in differential geometry and partial differential equations, especially evolution equations, integrable systems, and exterior differential systems. Differential equations are the most commonly used tool in applied mathematics and this talk is sure to be of interest to many students and faculty alike.
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The talk is preceded by tea in the math department lounge 346 RSS at 2:45pm.