|Date||November 29, 2012|
Don Lutz, Professor of Mathematical and Computer Sciences at San Diego State University, will give a departmental colloquium on Thursday, November 29. His lecture, "Poincare and Perron; 100+ years later", will be given in SR 207 at 3:30 pm. A reception for Dr. Lutz will take place prior to his lecture at 3:00 pm in SR318. All students and faculty are encouraged, and welcome, to attend.
Dr. Lutz is well-known for his work in differential and difference equations. He earned his Ph.D. in Mathematics from Syracuse University in 1965. Prior to going to San Diego State University in 1986, he came through the tenure/promotion ranks at the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee. He has held several visiting academic positions in mathematics, including at the University of Maryland, University of Southern California, University of Louis Pasteur (France), University of Essen (Germany), University of Angers (France), and Kumamoto University (Japan). In addition, Dr. Lutz was a Humboldt Fellow at the University of Ulm.
Title of Lecture: Poincare and Perron; 100+ years later
Time and Place: SR 207, Thursday, November 29 at 3:30 pm; Reception: SR 318 at 3:00 pm
Abstract: More than 100 years ago, Poincare and Perron initiated the study of the asymptotic behavior of solutions of linear recurrence relations in several ground-breaking papers. After explaining these classical results, the focus of the talk is to consider several questions that were left open and how more recent work has lead to answers which now give us a more complete asymptotic theory. Finally, the theory will be applied to some special cases which were originally treated using more ad hoc techniques.
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