Date 
Speaker and title 
January 10 
Professor William
Minicozzi , MIT Singularities in Mean Curvature Flow

Thursday, January 16
lecture at 3pm refreshments at 2:30pm 
Professor Haim Brezis
, Rutgers, Technion, Paris VI
New approximations of the total variation and filters in Image Processing

January 17 
Professor Michael Reed
, Duke University New Challenges for Mathematical Neuroscience

January 24 
Professor Leon Glass
, McGill University Evolution and
robustness in genetic networks

January 31 
Professor Antoine Mellet
, University of Maryland
Liquid droplets on a solid surface

February 7 
Professor Alan Frieze
, Carnegie Mellon University
Random Structures and Algorithms

February 14 
Professor Peter Monk
, University of Delaware
Time Domain Integral Equations for Computational Wave Propagation

February 21 
Professor
Ricardo Nochetto , University of Maryland
Discrete Total Variation Flows

February 28 
Professor
William Goldman , University of Maryland
3Dimensional Affine Crystals

Wednesday, March 5 Special PDE Colloquium lecture
at 4:30pm 
Professor
Alain Miranville , University of Poitiers, France Some equations with logarithmic nonlinear terms 
March 7 
Professor
Peter Lindqvist , Norwegian University of Science and Technology
A nonlinear eigenvaule problem

March 14 
Spring Break 
Monday, March 17 lecture at 4pm reception follows 
The Edmund
R. Michalik Distinguished Lecture Series in the Mathematical
Sciences
Professor
John Ball , Oxford University
Defects in Materials and their Mathematical Description

March 21 
Professor
Thomas Saaty , Katz Graduate School of Business, University of Pittsburgh
The Analytic Hierarchy Process

March 28 
Professor
Ravi Vakil , Stanford University
Cutting and pasting in algebraic geometry

April 4 
Professor
Jeffrey F. Brock , Brown University
From `entopology' to morphology in hyperbolic geometry

April 11 
Professor
Fraydoun Rezakhanlou , Berkeley University
Coagulation, Gelation and Smoluchowski Equation

April 18 
Professor
Piotr Hajlasz , University of Pittsburgh
Geometric properties of the Heisenberg Groups
