The Fall 2017 Semester Seminar series schedule is will soon be posted.
|10/13||11am||PB 103||Marat Markin||On the Gevrey Ultradifferentiability of Weak Solution of an Abstract Evolution Equation with a Scalar Type Spectral Operator|
|9/22||11am||PB 103||Katherine Kelm||Teaching and Learning in Math 111|
Friday, October 13, 2017; 11AM in PB 103: Marat Markin (Fresno State)
Title: On the Gevrey Ultradifferentiability of Weak Solution of an Abstract Evolution Equation with a Scalar Type Spectral Operator
Found are conditions on a scalar type spectral operator A in a complex Banach space necessary and sufficient for all weak solutions of the evolution equation
y′(t) = Ay(t), t ≥ 0,
to be strongly Gevrey ultradifferentiable of order β ≥ 1, in particular analytic or entire, on [0,∞) or (0,∞). Certain inherent smoothness improvement effects are analyzed. It is shown that, if all weak solutions are Gevrey ultradifferentiable of orders 0 ≤ β < 1, then the operator A is necessarily bounded.
Friday, September 22, 2017; 11AM in PB 103: Katherine Kelm (Fresno State)
Title: Teaching and Learning in Math 111
In this talk I will give a short history of my efforts to incorporate active learning, reflections, and group work in Transition to Advanced Mathematics (Math 111). I will describe the activities conducted during my sabbatical of Spring 2017 to study student learning in Math 111 and in subsequent courses. I will summarize my findings, what I learned about data collection, and how I plan to conduct a new study starting in Fall 2017.
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