DOmath 2022 students : DOmath final presentations II- Uploaded by schrett ( 158 Views )
DOmath 2022 students : DOmath final presentations I- Uploaded by schrett ( 119 Views )
DOmath 2022 students : DOmath introductory presentations- Uploaded by schrett ( 168 Views )
Introductory presentations for DOmath 2022.
Jared Haftel : A Closer Look at ADC multivariate GARACH- Uploaded by root ( 121 Views )
Robert Palais : Math in Molecular Medicine- Uploaded by root ( 138 Views )
Mathematics is being used in many ways to improve the analysis and interpretation of DNA and other molecules that can affect our health. I will describe how math was used to identify genes associated with tumor progression, and to develop methods to identify and quantify genetic variations without expensive and time-consuming sequencing. resulting in a rapid, economical test for transplant compatibility, a cancer therapy, and numerous clinical diagnostic assays. I will also discuss some surprising mathematical connections discovered in the course of this work.
Alan Guo, Top Chongchitmate, Thames SaeSue : PRUV- Uploaded by root ( 132 Views )
Alex Wertheim : Complex Multipllication of Elliptic Curves- Uploaded by root ( 134 Views )
Kaitlin Daniels : Stable Equilibria in Stochastic Dynamical Systems- Uploaded by root ( 143 Views )
Mark Hallen : Improving accuracy and scope of quantitative FRAP analysis- Uploaded by root ( 137 Views )
Daniel Stern : (Low-order) Geometric Lagrangians with Matter Fields of Arbitrary Rank- Uploaded by root ( 132 Views )
Brian Choi : PRUV Talks- Uploaded by root ( 131 Views )
Max Tabachnik, Jason Lee : PRUV- Uploaded by root ( 128 Views )
Elliott Wolf & Alex Woolf : CONVEX-OPTIMIZING THE POWER GRID- Uploaded by root ( 132 Views )
The addition of renewable energy sources, whose power production cannot be scheduled, has created increasing gaps between instantaneous electricity supply and electricity demand. Sometimes the grid is oversupplied with energy, requiring zero-marginal-cost sources of power to be shut or energy to be bled off of the grid. Other times there is insufficient electricity, requiring high-marginal-cost sources of electricity to be switched on or consumers to curtail their demand. The current state of the grid has led various utilities and power consumers deploy capital-intensive energy storage, such as lithium-ion batteries, to better-match grid supply with grid demand. We present a method to add large-scale energy storage to the power grid using only sensors, software modifications to the control systems of large industrial refrigeration systems, and mathematical optimization. Our talk will address the required instrumentation, the physics necessary to understand applicable thermal constraints, and numerical methods used to determine a mathematically optimal-discharge schedule. We further discuss the economics of the US power grid, "war stories"of doing complex mathematics in a large industrial setting and the effects of various Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and California Public Utility Commission on our efforts.
Barry Wright : Objective measures of preferential ballot voting systems- Uploaded by root ( 127 Views )
Christy Vaughn : Distribution of Rare Events- Uploaded by root ( 137 Views )
Daniel Vitek : Knot Contact Homology and the Augmentation Polynomial- Uploaded by root ( 134 Views )
Jesse Thorner : Simplicial homology and DeRhams theorem- Uploaded by root ( 132 Views )
Julia Ni : A convex approach to tree-based wavelet compression- Uploaded by root ( 135 Views )
Mike Bauer : Patterns of the damped Mathieu equation- Uploaded by root ( 130 Views )
Hans Kist, Jeremy Semko : PRUV- Uploaded by root ( 129 Views )