Program of the Sessions Atlanta, Georgia, January 4–7, 2017
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Program of the Sessions Atlanta, Georgia, January 4–7, 2017 3:15PM Concentration in ﬁrst-passage Monday, January 2 (4) percolation. AMS Short Course on Random Growth Philippe Sosoe,HarvardUniversity (1125-60-3157) Models, Part I NSF-EHR Grant Proposal Writing Workshop 9:00 AM –4:30PM M301, Marquis Level, Marriott Marquis 3:00 PM –6:00PM A707, Atrium Level, Marriott Marquis Organizers: Michael Damron,Georgia Institute of Technology AMS Short Course Reception Firas Rassoul-Agha, University of Utah 4:30 PM –5:30PM M302, Marquis Timo Sepp¨al¨ainen, Level, Marriott Marquis University of Wisconsin at Madison 8:00AM Registration 9:00AM Introduction to random growth models, I. Tuesday, January 3 (1) Michael Damron, Georgia Institute of Technology (1125-60-3158) AMS Department Chairs Workshop 10:15AM Break 8:00 AM –6:30PM M103, M104 & M105, 10:45AM Introduction to random growth models, Marquis Level, Marriott Marquis (2) II. Michael Damron, Georgia Institute of Presenters: Malcolm Adams,University Technology of Georgia Matthew Ando, NOON Break University of Illinois at 1:30PM Inﬁnite geodesics, asymptotic directions, Urbana-Champaign (3) and Busemann functions. Krista Maxson,Universityof Jack Hanson, The City College of New Science & Arts of Oklahoma York (1125-60-3159) Douglas Mupasiri, 3:15PM Break University of Northern Iowa The time limit for each AMS contributed paper in the sessions meeting will be found in Volume 38, Issue 1 of Abstracts is ten minutes. The time limit for each MAA contributed of papers presented to the American Mathematical Society, paper varies. In the Special Sessions the time limit varies ordered according to the numbers in parentheses following from session to session and within sessions. To maintain the the listings. The middle two digits, e.g., 897-20-1136, refer to schedule, time limits will be strictly enforced. the Mathematical Reviews subject classiﬁcation assigned by Forpaperswithmorethanoneauthor,an asterisk follows the individual author. Groups of papers for each subject are the name of the author who plans to present the paper at the listed chronologically in the Abstracts. The last one to four meeting. digits, e.g., 897-20-1136, refer to the receipt number of the Papers ﬂagged with a solid triangle () have been desig- abstract; abstracts are further sorted by the receipt number nated by the author as being of possible interest to under- within each classiﬁcation. MAA abstracts are listed toward graduate students. the back of the issue sorted by session name. Abstracts of papers presented in the sessions at this 59 Program of the Sessions – Tuesday, January 3 (cont’d.) AMS Short Course on Random Growth Joint Meetings Registration Models, Part II 7:30 AM –6:00PM Grand Hall Lobby, 9:00 AM –4:30PM M301, Marquis Level, Marriott Marquis Exhibit Level, Hyatt Regency Organizers: Michael Damron,Georgia Email Center Institute of Technology Firas Rassoul-Agha, University of Utah 7:30 AM – 10:00 PM Exhibit Level Prefunction Area, Hyatt Regency Timo Sepp¨al¨ainen, University of Wisconsin at Madison AMS-MAA-SIAM Special Session on Research in Mathematics by Undergraduates and 9:00AM Busemann functions, geodesics, and the (5) competition interface for directed Students in Post-Baccalaureate Programs, I percolation. Firas Rassoul-Agha,UniversityofUtah 8:00 AM –10:50AM International 8, (1125-60-3130) International Level, Marriott Marquis 10:15AM Break 10:45AM Stationary versions and ﬂuctuation Organizers: Darren A. Narayan, (6) exponents for the exactly solvable Rochester Institute of stochastic corner growth model. Technology Timo Sepp¨al¨ainen,Universityof Wisconsin-Madison (1125-60-3108) Tamas Forgacs, California NOON Break State University, Fresno 2:00PM KPZ ﬂuctuations in exactly solvable (7) models, I. Ugur Abdulla,Florida Ivan Z. Corwin, Columbia University Institute of Technology (1125-60-3107) 8:00AM Ballast Cleaning Scheduling 2:45PM Break (9) Optimization. 3:15PM KPZ ﬂuctuations in exactly solvable Meghan Stuart*, University of (8) models, II. Tennessee, Jorge Cisneros Paz,The Ivan Z. Corwin, Columbia University University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, (1125-60-3179) Mar´ıa Jos´eP´erez Pereda, Instituto Tecnologico´ Autonomo´ de M´exico, and MAA Board of Governors Navdha Malhotra, Delhi Technological University (1125-00-618) 9:00 AM –5:00PM Imperial Ballroom A, Marquis Level, Marriott Marquis 8:30AM Isoperimetry in Euclidean Space with (10) Different Perimeter and Volume AMS Council Densities. Leo Di Giosia, Lewis & Clark College, 2:30 PM – 10:00 PM Imperial Ballroom B, Jahanger Habib, Williams College, Lea Marquis Level, Marriott Marquis Kenigsberg*, Stony Brook University, Weitao Zhu and Dylinger Pittman, Joint Meetings Registration Williams College (1125-51-750) 3:00 PM –7:00PM Grand Hall Lobby, 9:00AM Second Minimal Orbits, Sharkovski Exhibit Level, Hyatt Regency (11) Ordering, and Universality in Chaos. Ugur G. Abdulla, Florida Institute of Advanced registration will remain open Technology, Rashad U Abdulla*, until 7:30 pm University of Pennsylvania, Emily Ribando-Gros, Louisiana State Email Center University, Muhammad U Abdulla and Naveed Iqbal, Florida Institute of 3:00 PM –8:00PM Exhibit Level Prefunction Technology (1125-37-90) Area, Hyatt Regency 9:30AM Qualitative Properties of Solutions to (12) the Nonlinear Parabolic PDEs with Double-Degenerate Fast Diffusion. Wednesday, January 4 Ugur G. Abdulla, Florida Institute of Technology, Montie Avery,Universityof MAA Minority Chairs Meeting New Mexico, Jian Du, Florida Institute of Technology, Naba Mukhtar*, Bucknell 7:00 AM –8:45AM University, Conference University, and Adam Prinkey,Florida Level, Hyatt Regency Institute of Technology (1125-35-91) 60 Wednesday, January 4 – Program of the Sessions 10:00AM Evolution of Free Boundaries for the 10:30AM Mutli-Cultural Networks Under Internal (13) Nonlinear Fokker-Planck Equation with (20) and External Stochastic Perturbations. Reaction. Preliminary report. Ugur G. Abdulla, Lamees Alzaki,Florida Kristina B. Hilton*andG. S. Institute of Technology, Robert Balkin*, Ladde, University of South Florida Colorado School of Mines, Jian Du, (1125-91-1038) Florida Institute of Technology, and Elizabeth Schloss, Auburn University AMS Special Session on Analytical and (1125-35-92) Computational Studies in Mathematical 10:30AM Fr´echet Differentiability in Optimal Biology, I (14) Control of the Stefan Problem. Ugur G. Abdulla, Florida Institute of 8:00 AM –10:50AM L405 & L406, Lobby Technology, R. Beekie*, University of Level, Marriott Marquis Minnesota, Twin Cities, V. Bukshtynov, Organizers: Yanyu Xiao,Universityof E. Cosgrove, J. Jones, S. Seif,Florida Cincinnati Institute of Technology, and N. Wubshet, Augustana University (1125-35-93) Xiang-Sheng Wang, University of Louisiana at AMS Special Session on Analysis of Lafayette Fractional, Stochastic, and Hybrid Dynamic 8:00AM Stabilization in a Chemostat with Systems and their Applications, I (21) Sampled and Delayed Measurements. Michael Malisoff, Louisiana State University (1125-92-156) 8:00 AM –10:50AM M301, Marquis 8:30AM Modeling Multi-Epitope HIV/CTL Immune Level, Marriott Marquis (22) Response Dynamics and Evolution. Cameron J Browne,Universityof Organizers: Aghalaya S. Vatsala, Louisiana at Lafayette (1125-92-793) University of Louisiana at Lafayette 9:00AM Modeling environmental transmission of (23) MAP infection. Gangaram S. Ladde, Suzanne Lenhart*, University of University of South Florida Tennessee and NIMBioS, Kokum DeSilva, University of Peradeniya, Sri John R. Graef,Universityof Lanka, and Shigetoshi Eda,Uof Tennessee at Chattanooga Tennessee, Forestry, Wildlife and Fisheries (1125-92-451) 8:00AM Monotone iterative tehniques for (15) Riemann Liouville fractional 9:30AM A Model for the Interaction of integro–differential equations with initial (24) Phytoplankton Aggregates and the condition. Environment: Approximation and J. Diego Ramirez*, Savannah State Parameter Estimation. University, and Zachary Denton,North Azmy S. Ackleh*, University of Louisiana Carolina A&T University (1125-34-530) at Lafayette, and Robert Miller,C.H. Fenstermaker & Associates, L.L.C. 8:30AM Weak solutions for nonlinear Neumann (1125-92-1836) (16) boundary value problems with 10:00AM From Fibonacci to Alfred Lotka and p(x)-Laplacian operators. (25) beyond: Modeling the dynamics of Lingju Kong, University of Tennessee at population and age-structures. Chattanooga (1125-35-753) Arni S.R. Srinivasa Rao*, Augusta 9:00AM The existence of positive solutions of a University, and James R. Carey, (17) fractional boundary value problem. University of California, Davis John R Graef, Lingju Kong,Universityof (1125-92-160) Tennessee at Chattanooga, Qingkai 10:30AM Age-structure model with periodic Kong, Northern Illinois University, (26) mature probability. Preliminary report. and Min Wang*, Rowan University Xiang-Sheng Wang,Universityof (1125-34-832) Louisiana at Lafayette (1125-92-2216) 9:30AM Parameter Identiﬁcation For The SEIRS AMS Special Session on Arithmetic Properties (18) Epidemic Model: Case Study Inﬂuenza. Preliminary report. of Sequences from Number Theory and Olusegun Michael Otunuga, Marshall Combinatorics, I University (1125-37-930) 8:00 AM –10:50AM M101, Marquis 10:00AM A Generalized Stochastic SEIRS Epidemic Level, Marriott Marquis (19) Dynamic Model for Vector-borne Diseases with three Distributed Delays and Organizers: Eric Rowland,Hofstra Nonlinear Incidence. University DWanduku, Georgia Southern University Armin Straub,Universityof (1125-60-941) South