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UM alumna Alina Mayo Azze, who has covered a myriad of topics during her 37-year career, has been a steadfast voice for the community.
Happiness and well-being scholar Tal Ben-Shahar is UM’s newest Distinguished Presidential Scholar.
The University of Miami will host the first symposium to explore LGBTQ human rights across the Americas, which will be held Sunday and Monday.
UM experts react to a new ban that prohibits people in Key West from using certain types of sunscreens that carry two chemicals believed to be harmful to coral reefs.
A matchmaker extraordinaire, Ricardo Cepeda, the manager of the UM Zebrafish Facility, is passionate about aquatic romance.
Perez Architecture Center, 120 Ongoing through Sunday, February 24, 2019, 7pm Jacob Brillhart Exhibit - An Exhibition of Recent Design Work
Monday, February 18, 2019, 10 – 11am K.-Y. (Adrian) LamOhio State University Dirac Concentration in an Integro-PDE Model from Adaptation Monday, February 18, 2019, 10:00amUngar Room 411 Abstract: We consider a mutation-selection model of a population structured by the spatial variables and a trait variable which is the diffusion rate. Competition for resource is local in spatial variables, but nonlocal in the trait variable. We establish the existence and asymptotic profile of a steady state solution. Our result shows that in the limit of small mutation rate, the solution remains regular in the spatial variables and yet concentrates in the trait variable and forms a Dirac mass supported at the lowest diffusion rate. Similar result was independently obtained by B. Perthame and T. Souganidis via an elegant method. I will present a sketch of proof blending the arguments of both papers. This is joint work with Yuan Lou and Wenrui Hao (Penn State).
Monday, February 18, 2019, 12 – 1pm Introduction to the Science of Team Science Location: Don Soffer Clinical Research Center, Room 989, 1120 Northwest 14th Street, Miami, FL 33136 This session is led by Alexandra Mosser, Ph.D., Senior Manager, Research Development and Strategy, Office of the Vice Provost for Research. As scientists and scholars, we are increasingly encouraged to tackle our most complex research questions using an interdisciplinary approach. In fact, society’s grandest challenges – infectious disease epidemics, global warming, world hunger, childhood poverty- can oftentimes only be solved using team science. Understanding, then, how to conduct effective work in an interdisciplinary team is paramount to developing as an effective scholar. Fortunately, there is an entire body of literature that provides empirical evidence on how to most effectively conduct, manage, and support team science. In this interactive session, Dr. Alexandra Mosser will introduce participants to the burgeoning field of the Science of Team Science and guide attendees through how to conduct the most effective team science possible. REGISTER HERE
Monday, February 18, 2019, 3:30 – 4:30pm Interested in studying abroad? The first step is to attend one of our general information sessions. We'll give you an overview of the opportunities we offer and how you can participate! Information session held in Dooly Memorial 125. For more information, please contact the Study Abroad Office at email@example.com or 305-284-3434.
Monday, February 18, 2019, 5 – 6pm Francesco BrentiUniversity of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy Permutations, Tensor Products, and Cuntz Algebra Automorphisms Monday, February 18, 2019, 5:00pmUngar Room 402 Abstract: We introduce and study a new class of permutations which arises from the automorphisms of the Cuntz algebra. I will define this class, explain its relation to the Cuntz algebra, present results about symmetries, constructions, characterizations, and enumeration of these permutations, and discuss some open problems and conjectures. This is joint work with Roberto Conti.
The No. 20 Miami women's basketball team stormed back from a 14-point deficit to pick up the biggest regular season win in program history Sunday afternoon, knocking off second-ranked Louisville, 79-73, on its home court to earn its first-ever top-three win and move into first place in the ACC.
For the second straight Monday, a member of the Miami women's basketball team has earned a national player of the week accolade, as senior Emese Hof garnered the recognition from espnW.
Brian Van Belle struck out five over six shutout innings to help the Canes sweep Rutgers on opening weekend.
The Hurricanes dropped a tight contest with the Eagles in Chestnut Hill, 64-57.
The sophomore first baseman slugged his second homer of the weekend to lead the Canes to a series win.