Studie Entwicklungsstand Quantencomputer
Study development of quantum computer
PI: Rainer Steinwandt
Funding Agency: Saarland University (GER)
German Federal Office for Information Security
Linking Within-Host and Between-Host
Infectious Disease Dynamics
PI: Necibe Tuncer
Funding Agency: National Science Foundation
Emerging Side-Channel Resistant and
Resource-Friendly Elliptic Curve
Algorithms and Architectures
PI: Reza Azarderakhsh/Co-PI: Koray Karabina
Funding Agency: US Army
Dr. Tim Ford, has written a new
textbook entitles, Separable Algebra.
Due to be published on October 20, 2017,
this book presents a comprehensive
introduction to the theory of separable
algebras over commutative rings.
Azumaya algebras, the henselization of
local rings, and Galois theory are
rigorously introduced and treated.
Essential connections are drawn
between the theory of separable
algebras and Morita theory, the theory
of faithfully flat descent, cohomology,
derivations, differentials, reflexive lattices,
maximal orders, and class groups.
Lianfen Qian, Suojin Wang
Computational Statistics & Data Analysis
Sandor Nagydobai Kiss, Paul Yiu
Connecting Orbits for Compact Infinite
R. de la Llave, J.D. Mireles James
SIAM Journal on Applied Dynamical Systems
The Department of Mathematical Sciences hosts a variety of seminars in which faculty, students and visitors present and discuss their recent work. These seminars meet in SE 215 unless otherwise stated.
Research seminars with topics including: Analysis (Complex, Harmonic, and Functional), Differential Equations, Dynamical Systems, Control Theory, Mathematical Biology, and Stochastic Models
Weekly research seminars with topics covering: commutative and non-commutative rings, groups, modules; categorical and combinatorial methods in algebra; representations of groups and of finite dimensional algebras; and applications, in particular to cryptography.
We discuss current topics related to cyber security, including technical as well as non-technical aspects. The seminars feature presentations of current topics within the interdisciplinary field of cyber security.
The Graduate student seminar is a series of short talks (30-60 minutes) which are given with the intended audience of FAU graduate and advanced undergraduate students.
The seminar will run on a biweekly basis and cover research topics from statistical and data sciences, probability, and their applications to various research disciplines.