The seminars and workshops are open to any researchers who are interested in discussing their projects or collaborating with Mathematicians. Please feel free to submit your talk below.
- GT MAP Seminar talk: You will give a 40-45 minute talk on the topic giving the overview, outline and your interests of the project. We encourage you to contact your collaborator or post-doc/graduate student to give a second talk the same day (25-30 min on the related topic with more details). This way the audience will have a good chance to understand the problem and possibly have more meaningful discussions. Typically on Fridays 3-5PM.
- Introduce your research day (during workshop): 15 minute talk to introduce your research. This talk should be on one research topic which can provoke Mathematical interest and accessible for the entire Campus community. There will be about 4-5 short talks that day.
- ACM seminar: Alternatively we can schedule a regular 50 minutes seminar for Applied and Computational seminar in School of Mathematics, GT.
If you are interested in giving a talk, please feel free to contact any one of the GT MAP contact person.