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Monday February 26, 2018

Profs talk just for students [url]
    - Steven Bellenot, FSU Math
Time: 2:30 Room: 200 LOV
Abstract/Desc: All graduate students are invited to hear professors chat about their research interests and expertise; after the short talks they invite interested students follow up at their offices. PURE and ACM graduate students in their first year may be enrolled as mat5933 and often attend all talks; this talk is required for PURE and ACM first year students.

Wednesday February 28, 2018

Departmental Tea Time
C is for cookie, and shorthand for C[0,1] w/the sup norm
Time: 3: Room: 204 LOV

Thursday March 01, 2018

Financial Mathematics Seminar
Limit theorems and applications for Markovian Hawkes processes with a large initial intensity
    - Lingjiong Zhu, FSU
Time: 3:35pm Room: Lov 201
Abstract/Desc: Hawkes process is a simple point process with stochastic intensity depending on its entire past history. The self-exciting and clustering effect makes it appealing in financial modeling. In this talk, we present limit theorems and applications in the setting of Markovian Hawkes processes when the initial intensity is large. This is based on the joint work with Xuefeng Gao.

Friday March 02, 2018

Colloquium Tea
Time: 3:00 pm Room: 204 LOV

Profs talk just for students [url]
    - Sam Ballas, FSU Math
Time: 2:30 Room: 200 LOV
Abstract/Desc: All graduate students are invited to hear professors chat about their research interests and expertise; after the short talks they invite interested students follow up at their offices. PURE and ACM graduate students in their first year may be enrolled as mat5933 and often attend all talks; this talk is required for PURE first year students.


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