Name: GISELE RUIZ GOLDSTEIN | Department:MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES |
DEGREES | DISCIPLINE | INSTITUTION | YEAR |
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B.S. | Mathematics | Tulane University | 1980 |
Ph. D. | Mathematics | Tulane University | 1986 |
RANK/POSITION | DEPARTMENT/DIVISION | INSTITUTION/COMPANY/ORGANIZATION | PERIOD |
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Assistant Professor | Mathematics | Louisiana State University | 1986-1991 |
Visiting Research Fellow | Mathematics | University of Strathclyde, (Scotland) | Summer 1990 |
Member | Mathematics | Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Berkeley, California | Spring 1991 |
Associate Professor | Mathematics | Louisiana State University | 1991-1996 |
Visiting Professor | Mathematics | University of Bologna, (Italy) | Spring 1994 |
Visiting Professor | Mathematics | University of Bari, (Italy) | Summer 1996 |
Professor | Mathematics | Louisiana State University | 1996 |
Professor | Center for Earthquake Research and Information | University of Memphis | 1996-2001 |
Professor | Mathematics | University of Memphis | 2001-present |
Visiting Professor | Mathematics | University of Bologna, (Italy) | Summer 1997 |
Visiting Professor | Mathematics | University of Bari | Summer 1997 |
Visiting Professor | Mathematics | University of Bari, (Italy) | Summer 1998 |
Visiting Professor | Mathematics | University of Bari and University of Bologna (Italy) | Summer 1999 |
Visiting Professor | Mathematics | University of Bari and University of Bologna (Italy) | Summer 2000 |
Visiting Professor | Mathematics | University of Bari and University of Bologna (Italy) | Summer 2002 |
Visiting Professor | Mathematics | University of Bari | Each summer 2003-2012 |
Visiting Research Professor | Mathematics | National Laboratory of Computational Mathematics (Brazil), Instituto Matematica Pura y Aplicada, and State University of Rio de Janeiro | July-August 2008 |
Invited Distinguished Professor | Mathematics | University of Poitiers (France) | June 2009 |
Invited Distinguished Professor | Mathematics | École Normale Supérieure de Cachan (France) | June 2010 |
Invited Distinguished Professor | Mathematics | University of Poitiers (France) | June 2011 |
Visiting Professor | Mathematics | University of Poitiers | Summer 2012 |
Invited Distinguished Professor | Mathematics | University of Poitiers (France) | June 2013 |
Visiting Professor | Mathematics | University of Bologna | July 2013 |
Invited Research Professor | Mathematics | University of Bologna and University of Bari | July 2013 |
Visiting Professor | Mathematics | University of Bari | Summers 2014-2017 |
Invited Research Professor | Mathematics | University of Besancon | March 2015 |
Invited Distinguished Professor | Mathematics | University of Poitiers | April-May 2015 |
Visiting Professor | Mathematics | University of Salerno | June 2016 |
Visiting Professor | Mathematics | University of Poitiers | July 2016 |
Invited Distinguished Professor | Mathematics | University of Poitiers | May-June 2017 |
Visiting Professor | Mathematics | University of Bari | July 2014-2017 |
Invited Professor | Department of Mathematics | University of Bari | May-June 2018 |
Invited Professor | Department of Mathematics | University of Bari | June-July 2019 |
Invited Professor | Department of Mathematics | University of Bari | May-July 2021 |
HONOR/AWARD | INSTITUTION/COMPANY/ORGANIZATION | YEAR |
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HONORS: | ||
College of Arts and Sciences Alumni Association Distinguished Research Award | University of Memphis | 2019 |
Special Volume of Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems, S in Honor of my 60th Birthday | Edited by Genni Fragnelli, Jerome A. Goldstein, and Alain Miranville | 2019 |
Conference in Honor of the 60th Birthday of Gisèle Ruiz Goldstein | University of Bari | 2018 |
Faudree Professorship | University of Memphis | 2011-2014 |
Alumni Association Award for Distinguished Research | College of Arts and Sciences, University of Memphis | 2005 |
Inspiring Women of 2014 | University of Memphis, Center for Research on Women | 2014 |
Editor's Choice Paper in "Mathematische Nachricten" | Editorial Board of "Mathematische Nachricten" | 2010 |
College of Arts and Sciences Alumni Association Distinguished Research Award | University of Memphis | Spring 2005 |
Tulane University Scholars Program | Tulane University | 1976-1980 |
Alpha Lambda Delta Honorary Mathematics Society | Tulane University | 1977 |
Magna Cum Laude Graduate | Tulane University | 1980 |
Kappa Kappa Gamma Award for highest honors in Mathematics | Tulane University | 1980 |
Scholarships: | ||
Dean's Honor Scholarship | Tulane University | 1976-1980 |
Teaching Assistantship | Tulane University | 1980-1985 |
Distinguished Teaching Assistantship | Tulane University | 1985-1986 |
CURRENT DEGREE | NAME | YEAR OF GRADUATION |
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Doctoral | Aurora Breazna, (Mathematics) Andrei Breazna, (Mathematics) Chien-an Lung (co-advised, Mathematics, Tulane Univ.) Ciprian Gal, Naima Naheed | May 1998 thru May 2008 |
Masters | Rohit Goel | May 2005 |
Doctoral | Raluca Pop | 2014 |
M.S. | Jack Dodson | 2016 |
MS | Fatima El Fatiqueh | May 2020 |
BS | Bennett Poorman | May 2020 |
PhD | Bennett Poorman | May 2026 |
1. Semigroups of Operators and Applications, Kluwer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, 1993 (co-edited with J. A. Goldstein).
2. Evolution Equations, Marcel Dekker, New York, New York, 1995 (co-edited with G. Ferreyra and F. Neubrander).
3. Applied Analysis, Contemporary Mathematics, Vol.221, American Mathematical Society, Providence Rhode Island, 1999 (co-edited with J. R. Dorroh, J. A. Goldstein and M.M. Tom).
4. Evolution Equations and Applications: Proceedings in honor of J.A. Goldstein's 60th birthday, Marcel Dekker, New York, New York, 2003 (co-edited with R. Nagel and S. Romanelli).
5. Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems, 22 (2008) special issue on “Specific topics related to evolution equations, semigroup theory and related problems” (co-edited with J.A. Goldstein and A. Miranville).
6. Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems A, vol.33 no 11/12 (2013) special issue on “Partial Differential Equations and Applications to Science and Engineering”, (co-edited with A. Miranville).
7. Analysis Motivated by the Applications, Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems Series S, (co-edited with Anna Maria Candela, Jerome A. Goldstein, and Silvia Romanelli), in progress. (This volume is dedicated to the memory of Prof. Rosa Maria Minini), to appear in 2022.
8. Partial Differential Equations and Semigroups in Applied Analysis, Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems Series S, (co-edited with Anna Maria Candela, Genni Fragnelli, Sandra Lucente, Abdelaziz Rhandi and Silvia Romanelli), in progress to appear in 2022.
ALL OF THE FOLLOWING IN THIS SECTION ARE REFEREED JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS
1. Some extensions of Thomas-Fermi theory, in Differential Equations in Banach Spaces, (edited by A. Favini and E. Obrecht), Springer Lecture Notes in Mathematics, 1223 (1986), 110-121 (with J. A. Goldstein).
2. The Coulomb potential in higher dimensions, in Differential Equations and Mathematical Physics, (ed. by I. W. Knowles and Y. Saito), Springer Lecture Notes in Mathematics, 1285 (1987), 143-149 (with J. A. Goldstein).
3. A rigorous modified Thomas-Fermi theory for atomic systems, Journal of Mathematical Physics, 28 (1987), 1198-1203 (with J. A.Goldstein).
4. A class of ordinary differential equations connected with Thomas-Fermi theory, Mathematica Applicada e Computacional, 6 (1987), 57-68 (with J.A. Goldstein).
5. Spin polarized Thomas-Fermi theory, Journal of Mathematical Physics, 29 (1988), 709-716 (with J. A. Goldstein).
6. Recent rigorous results in Thomas-Fermi Theory, in Nonlinear Semigroups, Partial Differential Equations and Attractors, (ed. by T. Gill and W. W. Zachary), Springer Lecture Notes in Mathematics, 1394, (1989), 68-82 (with J. A. Goldstein).
7. Continuous dependence of the asymptotics in discrete and continuous dynamical systems, in Advances in Communication and Control, (ed. by W. A. Porter, S. C. Kak, and J. L. Aravena), Lectures in Control and Information Sciences 130, Springer-Verlag, Berlin (1989), 338-339 (with J. A. Goldstein).
8. Continuous dependence of ergodic limits, Journal of Multivariate Analysis, 32 (1990), 150-160 (with J. A. Goldstein)
9. Mathematical contributions to Thomas-Fermi theory, Houston Journal of Mathematics,16 (1990), 407-430.
10. A singular quasilinear parabolic problem in one space dimension, Journal of Differential Equations, 91 (1991), 1-23 (with J.R. Dorroh).
11. Spatially degenerate diffusion with periodic-like boundary conditions, in Differential Equations with Applications inBiology, Physics and Engineering, (ed. by J. A. Goldstein, F. Kappel and W. Schappacher) Lecture Notes in Pure and Applied Mathematics, Marcel Dekker, New York (1991), 301-312.
12. Thomas-Fermi theory with an external magnetic field, Journal of Mathematical Physics, 32 (1991), 2907-2917 (with J. A. Goldstein).
13. A nonlinear elliptic system arising in electron density theory, Communications in PDE, 17 (1992), 2079-2092 (with Ph. Benilan and J. A. Goldstein).
14. The Fermi-Amaldi correction in spin-polarized Thomas-Fermi theory, in Differential Equations and Mathematical Physics, (ed. by C. Bennewitz) Academic Press, San Diego (1992), 25-37 (with Ph.B nilan and J. A. Goldstein).
15. Nuclear cusps, magnetic fields and the Lavrentiev phenomenon in Thomas-Fermi theory, in Differential Equations with Applications to Mathematical Physics, (ed. by W. F. Ames, E. Harrell, III and J. V. Herod) Academic Press, San Diego (1993), 141-151 (with J. A. Goldstein and Chien-an Lung).
16. Nonlinear diffusion with nonlinear boundary conditions, Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences, 20 (1993),1-20.
17. Nonlinear Semigroups and Applications, in Semigroups of Operatiors and Applications, Kluwer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands (1993), 59-98.
18. Quasilinear diffusions, in Evolution Equations, Control Theory and Biomechanics, (ed. by Ph. Cl ment and G. Lumer), Marcel Dekker, New York (1994), 155-166 (with J. R. Dorroh).
19. Regularity and decay of nonlinear parabolic problems, in Evolution Equations, Control Theory and Biomechanics, (edited by Ph. Cl ment and G. Lumer), Marcel Dekker, New York (1994), 225-233 (with J. A. Goldstein).
20. Thomas-Fermi theory with magnetic fields and the Fermi-Amaldi correction, Differential and Integral Equations, 8 (1995), 1305-1316 (with J. A. Goldstein and W. Jia).
21. The Favard class for a nonlinear parabolic problem, in Evolution Equations and Applications, (ed. by A. McBride and G.Roach), Longman, Pitman Notes, Harlow (1995), 134-147 (with J. A. Goldstein and S. Oharu).
22. Structure of solutions to linear evolution equations: extensions of d' Alembert's formula, Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, 201 (1996), 461-477 (with J. A. Goldstein and E. Obrecht).
23. Regularity for abstract Cauchy problems, in Theory and Applications of Nonlinear Operators of Accretive and Monotone Type (ed. by A. Kartsatos) Marcel Dekker, New York (1996), 99-105 (with J. A. Goldstein).
24. Nonlinear parabolic equations, Favard Classes and Regularity, in Stochastic Processes and Functional Analysis (ed. by J.A. Goldstein, N.E. Gretsky, J.J. Uhl, Jr.), Marcel Dekker (1997), 253-263.
25. Smoothing properties for nonlinear parabolic equations, Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, 213 (1997), 422-443 (with J. A. Goldstein).
26. A new approach to analyticity of some classes of one-parameter semigroups in weighted Lp spaces, Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, 226 (1998), 393-413 (with J. A. Goldstein and S. Romanelli).
27. The asymptotics of inhomogeneous factored Cauchy problems, Asymptotic Analysis,19 (1999),233-252 (with J.A. Goldstein and E. Obrecht).
28. The asymptotics of forced elastic waves, in Trends in Contmeporary Infinite Dimensional Analysis and Quantum Probability (edited by L. Accardi,H.-H. Kuo, K. Saito, Si Si, and L. Streit), Natural and Mathematical Sciences Series 2, Scuola di StudiSull'Asia Orientale, Kyoto, (1999), 147-158, (with J.A. Goldstein and E. Obrecht).
29. C0-semigroups generated by second order differential operators with generalized Wentzell boundary conditions, Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society, 128 (200),1981-1989(with A. Favini, J.A. Goldstein, and S. Romanelli).
30. Parameter dependence in Thomas-Fermi theory, Comm. Appl. Anal., 5 (2001),421-432 (with An. Breazna and J. A. Goldstein).
31. On some classes of differential operators generating analytic semigroups, in Proc. of Bad Herrenalb Conf. on Evolution Equations (ed. By G. Lumer and L. Weis), Marcel Dekker (2000), 96-114 (with A. Favini, J. A. Goldstein, and S. Romanelli).
32. Generalized Wentzell boundary conditions and analytic semigroups in C[0,1], in Nonlinear Differential Equations and their Applications (ed. by A.V. Balakrishnan), Birkhauser (2000), 125-130 (with A. Favini, J. A. Goldstein, and S. Romanelli).
33. The best generalized inverse, Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, 252 (2000), 91-101 (with J.A. Goldstein).
34. Nonlinear boundary conditions for nonlinear operators in C[0,1], Archiv fur Math 76 (2001) , 391-400, (with A. Favini, J. A. Goldstein, and S. Romanelli).
35. The Favard class for a parabolic problem with Wentzell boundary conditions, Applicable Analysis 78 (2001)43-54, (with E. Cito, J.A. Goldstein, and S. Romanelli.
36. The heat equation with generalized Wentzell boundary conditions, Journal of Evolution Equations, 2 (2002),1-19 (with A. Favini, J. A. Goldstein, and S. Romanelli)
37. The one dimensional wave equation with Wentzell boundary conditions, in Differential Equations and Control Theory, (ed. by S. Aizicovici and N. Pavel), Marcel Dekker, (2001), 139-145 (with A. Favini, J. A. Goldstein, and S. Romanelli).
38. Degenerate second order operators generating analytic semigroups in L1 and W1,p, Mathematiches Nachscrift, 238 (2002), 78-102 (with A. Favini, J.A. Goldstein and S. Romanelli).
39. The Laplacian with generalized Wentzell boundary conditions, in Evolution Equations: Applications to Physics, Industry, Life Sciences and Economics (ed. by M. Ianelli and G. Lumer), Birkhauser (2003), 169-180 (with A. Favini, J. A. Goldstein, E. Obrecht and S. Romanelli).
40. Oscillatory boundary conditions for elastic waves, J. Evol. Eqns. 3 (2003), 623-635 (with C. Gal and J.A. Goldstein).
41. Invariant sets for nonlinear operators, in Stochastic Processes and Functional Analysis ( Krinik and Swift eds.), Marcel Dekker (2004), 141-147 (with J.A. Goldstein).
42. Degenerate elliptic operators with general boundary conditions and Feller semigroups, to appear in a Proceedings Volume, (ed. by S. Oharu et als) Kyoto (with A. Favini, J. A. Goldstein, S. Romanelli and Taira).
43. General Wentzell boundary conditions, differential operators and analytic semigroups in C[0,1], Bol. Soc. Parana. Mat. 1 (2003), 93-102 (with A. Favini, J. A. Goldstein, and S. Romanelli).
44. General Wentzell boundary conditions and analytic semigroups on ,Applic. Anal. 82 (2003), 927-935 (with A. Favini, J. A. Goldstein, E. Obrecht and S. Romanelli).
45. Multidimensional Opial inequalities for functions vanishing at an interior point, Rend. Mat. Acc. Lincei 15 (2004), 5-15 (Proceedings of the Italian Academy of Sciences), (with G. Anastassiou and J.A. Goldstein).
46. General boundary conditions for parabolic and hyperbolic operators, in Interplay Between (Co)-Semigroups and PDEs: Theory and Applications (ed. by S. Romanelli, R. M. Mininni and S. Lucente), Ist. Naz. Alta Matem., Rome, Italy (2004), 91-112.
47. The heat equation with nonlinear general Wentzell boundary conditions, Advances in Differential Equations 11 (2006) 481-510, (with A. Favini, J. A. Goldstein, and S. Romanelli).
48. Multidimensional Opial inequalities for functions vanishing on the boundary, Journal of Applicable Analysis 85 (2006), 579-591(with G.A. Anastassiou and J.A. Goldstein).
49. The nonautonomous wave equation with general Wentzell boundary conditions, Proc. Royal Soc. Edinburgh, 135A (2005),1-13 (with A. Favini, C. Gal, J. A. Goldstein, and S. Romanelli).
50. Nonlinear parabolic equations with singular coefficient and critical exponent, Jour. Applic. Anal., 84 (2005), 571-583, (with J. A. Goldstein and I. Kombe).
51. Uniqueness for evolution in multidimensional time, Nonlinear Analysis: Theory, Methods, and Applications 64 (2006), 33-41, (with G.A. Anastassiou and J.A. Goldstein).
52. Derivation and physical interpretation of general boundary conditions, Advances in Differential Equations 11 (2006), 457-480.
53. Fourth order operators with general Wentzell boundary conditions, Rocky Mountain Journal38 (2008), 445-460,(with A. Favini, J.A. Goldstein, and S. Romanelli).
54. Symmetries, invariances, and boundary value problems for the Hamilton-Jacobi equation, Journal of Computational and Applied Analysis 8 (2006), 206-222 (with J. Goldstein and Y. Soeharyardi).
55. Fourth order ordinary differential operators with general Wentzell boundary conditions, in Direct and Inverse Problems (ed. by A. Favini and A. Lorenzi), Taylor and Francis (2006), 59-72 (with A. Favini, J.A. Goldstein and S. Romanelli).
56. The power potential and nonexistence of positive solutions, in Direct and Inverse Problems (ed. by A. Favini and A. Lorenzi), Taylor and Francis (2006), 183-196 (with J. A. Goldstein and I. Kombe)
57. Outgrowths of Hardy’s Inequality, in Recent Advances in Differential Equations and Mathematical Physics, (ed. by N. Chernov, Y. Karpeshina, I.W. Knowles, R.T. Lewis and R. Weikard ) Contemporary Mathematics Vol. 412, Amer. Math. Soc. (2006), 51-68 (with W. Arendt and J. A. Goldstein)
58. Classification of general Wentzell boundary conditions for fourth order operators in one space dimension, Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications 333 (2007), 219-235, (with A. Favini, J.A. Goldstein, and S. Romanelli).
59. Stability estimates for parabolic problems with Wentzell boundary conditions, Journal of Differential Equations 245 (2008), 2595-2696, (with G. Coclite and J.A. Goldstein).
60. Continuous dependence problems with Wentzell boundary conditions, Semigroup Forum 77 (2008), 101-108 , (with G. Coclite, A. Favini, J. A. Goldstein and S. Romanelli).
61. Wentzell boundary conditions in the nonsymmetric case, Mathematical Modeling of Natural Phenonmena, 3 (2008), 143-147 (with A. Favini, J. A. Goldstein, and S. Romanelli).
62. The role of Wentzell boundary conditions in linear and nonlinear analysis, in Advances in Analysis:Theory, Methods and Applications (ed. by Seenith Sivasundaram), Vol. 3, Cambridge Scientific Publishers (2009), 279-292 (with G. Coclite, A. Favini, C. Gal, J. Goldstein, E. Obrecht and S. Romanelli).
63. Stability of parabolic problems with nonlinear Wentzell boundary conditions, Journal of Differential Equations 246 (2009), 2434-2447 (with G. Coclite and J.A. Goldstein).
64. Selfadjointness of degenerate elliptic operators on higher order Sobolev spaces, Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems 4 (2011), 581-593 (with A. Favini, J. A. Goldstein, and S. Romanelli).
65. Kolmogorov equations perturbed by an inverse square potential, Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems 4 ser. S (2011), 623-630 (with J.A. Goldstein and A. Rhandi).
66. Weighted Hardy’s inequality and the Kolmogorov equation perturbed by an inverse square potential, Applicable Analysis 91 (2012), 2057-2071 (with J.A. Goldstein and A. Rhandi).
67. Elliptic operators with general Wentzell boundary conditions, analytic semigroups and the Angle Concavity Theorem, Mathematische Nachrichten, 283 (2010), 504-521 (with A. Favini, J. A. Goldstein, E. Obrecht and S. Romanelli).
68. Wellposedness of nonlinear parabolic problems with nonlinear Wentzell boundary conditions, Advances in Differential Equations (2011), 895-916 (with G. Coclite and J.A. Goldstein).
69. A convex minorant problem arising in electron density theory, Communications in Mathematical Analysis 8 (2010), 1-11 (with J. A. Goldstein and Naima Naheed).
70. A convexified energy functional for the Fermi-Amaldi correction, Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems A 28 (2010), 41-65 (with J.A. Goldstein and Naima Naheed).
71. A Cahn-Hilliard model in a domain with non-permeable walls, Physcia D: Nonlinear Phenomena 240 (2011), 754-766 (with A. Miranville and G. Schimperna).
72. The Wentzell telegraph equation: Asymptotics and continuous dependence on the boundary conditions, Communications in Applied Analysis, 15 (2011), 313-324 (with T. Clarke, J. A. Goldstein and S. Romanelli).
73. Chaotic solution for the Black-Scholes equation, Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society, 140 (2012), 2043-2052 (with H. Emamirad and J.A. Goldstein).
74. Stability estimates for nonlinear hyperbolic problems with nonlinear Wentzell boundary conditions, Zeit. Angew. Math. Physik, 64 (2013), 733-753 (with G.M. Coclite and J.A. Goldstein).
75. On the overdamping phenomenon: A general result and applications, Quarterly Journal of Applied Mathematics 71 (2013), 183-199 (with J.A. Goldstein and G. Perla Menzala).
76. Generators with interior degeneracy on spaces of L2-type, Electronic Journal of Differential Equations, vol. 2012 (2012), no.189, pp. 1-30 (with G. Fragnelli, J.A. Goldstein and S. Romanelli).
77. Asymptotic parabolicity of strongly damped wave equations, Spectral Analysis, Differential Equations, and Mathematical Physics, A Festscrift in Honor of Fritz Gesztesy’s 60th Birthday in Proceedings of Symposia in Pure Mathematics 87, American Mathematics Society (2013), 119-131 (ed. by H. Holden, B. Simon, and G. Teschl), (with G. Fragnelli, J.A. Goldstein and S. Romanelli).
78. A Cahn-Hilliard-Gurtin model with dynamic boundary conditions, Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems, 6 (2013), 387-400 (with A. Miranville).
79. The chaotic heat equation, Nonlinear Studies, 20 (2013) 217-222(with H. Emamirad and J. A. Goldstein).
80. The semigroup governing the Cox-Ingersall-Ross model of mathematical finance, Advances in Differential Equations (with J. A. Goldstein, R. Mininni and S. Romanelli).
81. Corrigendum and improvement for “Chaotic solution for the Black-Scholes equation”, Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society, 20 (2013), 219-224 (with H. Emamirad and J.A.Goldstein).
82. Continuous dependence in hyperbolic problems with Wentzell boundary conditions, Communications in Pure and Applied Mathematics, 1 (2014), 419-433 (with G. Coclite, A. Favini, J. Goldstein, S. Romanelli).
83. The null volatility limit of the chaotic Black-Scholes equation, Semigroups of Operators- Theory and Applications, Bedlewo, Poland October 2013, (ed. by J. Banasiak, A. Boborowski, M. Lachowicz) Springer Proceedings in Mathematics and Statistics 113, Springer (2014) (with H. Emamirad, J. A. Goldstein and Ph. Rogeon).
84. Overdamping and energy decay for abstract wave equations with strong damping, Asymptotic Analysis, 88 (2013), 217-232 (with J. A. Goldstein and G. Reyes).
85. Degenerate flux for dynamic boundary conditions in parabolic equations, Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems Series S 9 (2016) 651-660 (with R.P. Clendenen and J. A. Goldstein).
86. Nonsymmetric elliptic operators with Wentzel boundary conditions in general domains, Communications in Pure and Applied Analysis 15 (2016) (with A. Favini, J. A. Goldstein, E. Obrecht and S. Romanelli).
87. Generalized Wentzell boundary conditions for second order operators with interior degeneracy, Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems Series S 9 (2016), 697-715 (with G. Fragnelli, J. Goldstein, R. Mininni, and S. Romanelli).
88. Asymptotic equipartition of energy for nonautonomous waves, Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems-S 10 (2017), 75-85 (with F. Travessini de Cezaro and J.A. Goldstein).
89. A generalized Trotter-Product Formula, Ulmer Seminare, (2017), 25-27 (with J.A. Goldstein, R. Minnini, and S. Romanelli).
90. The weighted Laplace transform, in Differential Equations, Mathematical Physics, and Applications, ed. by P. Kuchment and E. Semenov, CONM Series of the American Mathematical Society, t (with J.A. Goldstein, G. Metafune and L. Negro).
91. The Cox-Ingersoll-Ross equation with growing initial conditions, Discrete Continuous Dynamical Systems Series S, 13 (2020), 1513-1528 (with J. A. Goldstein, R. M. Mininni, and S. Romanelli).
92. Scaling and variants of Hardy’s inequality, Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 147 (2019), 1165-1172 (with J. A. Goldstein, R. M. Mininni, and S. Romanelli).
93. Instantaneous blow-up and singular potentials on Heisenberg groups, accepted for publication in Annali della Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Classe di Scienze, with J.A. Goldstein, A. Kogoj, A. Rhandi, and C. Tacelli).
94. Maximal regularity, analytic semigroups, and dynamic and general boundary conditions with boundary diffusion, Ann. Mat. Pure Appl. 199 (2020), 127-146, (with with J. A. Goldstein, D. Guidetti, and S. Romanelli).
95. Spectral representation of the weighted Laplace transform, Applied Math. Letters 102 (2020), 106136, 14 pages (with J. A. Goldstein, G. Metafune, and L. Negro).
96. The Black-Scholes equation with time dependent volatility, Archiv Der Mathematik. 115 (2020), 183-194 (with J.A. Goldstein and M. Kaplin).
97. The fourth order Wentzell heat equation, Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems, Series S (with with J. A. Goldstein, D. Guidetti, and S. Romanelli), to appear.
98. The fourth order heat equation, in Semigroups of Operators - Theory and Applications (SOTA), ed. by J. Banasiak, A. Bobrowski, M. Lachowicz, and Y. Tomilov, Springer (2020), 215 - 226 (with J. A. Goldstein, D. Guidetti, and S. Romanelli).
99. Asymptotics of non autonomous dissipative wave equations, Discrete Cont. Dyn. Sys. Series S, 14 (2020), 587-613 (with M. D’Abicco, G. Girardi, J.A. Goldstein and S. Romanelli).
100. Fast diffusion equations on Riemannian manifolds, Diff. & Int. Eqns. 33 (2020), 507-526 (with S. Bakim, J. A. Goldstein and I. Kombe).
101. Equipartition of energy for non autonomous damped wave equations, Disc. Cont. Dyn. Sys., Sec. S, 14 (2020), 587-613 (with M. D’Abbicco, G. R. Goldstein, G. Girardi, and S. Romanelli).
102. Nonexistence of positive solutions for nonlinear parabolic Robin problems and Hardy-Leray inequalities, Ann. Di Mat. Pura Applic. (2021), to appear (with J. A. Goldstein, I. Kombe and R. Tellioglu).
103. Nonlinear parabolic equations with Robin boundary conditions and Hardy-Leray type inequalities, Amer. Math. Soc. Contemporary Math. Volume in honor of M. M. Rao (ed. By A. Krinik, J. Park, R. Swift, and J. Switkes, 15 pages, to appear in 2021 (with J. A. Goldstein, I. Kombe, and R. Tellioglu).
104. Nonexistence results for parabolic equations involving the. p-Laplacian and Leray-Hardy type inequalities on Riemannian manifolds, Journal of Evolution Equations, to appear. (with G. R. Goldstein, I. Kombe and S. Bakim).
105. Uniform stabilization and analyticity for a damped abstract coupled system, submitted, (with M. Aouadi and J. Goldstein)
106. Instantaneous blow-up for the perturbed Kolmogorov equation on the Heisenberg group, in preparation, manuscript available (with J.A. Goldstein, A. Kogoj, A. Rhandi, and C. Tacelli).
107. The nonrelativistic limit of the Klein-Gordan equation, in preparation, manuscript available (with J. G. Dodson, J. A. Goldstein and M. Roberson).
108. Mass conservation for the Gurtin approach to Cahn-Hilliard equations, (with A. Miranville ), in preparation manuscript available.
109. The Agmon-Douglas-Nirenberg problem in the context of dynamic boundary conditions, in preparation, manuscript available, (with J.A. Goldstein and M. Pierre).
110. Reaction-diffusion systems with bounded mass and Wentzell boundary conditions, in preparation (with J. Goldstein and M. Pierre).
111. Kinetic boundary conditions for vibrating beams, in preparation, draft available.
112. Wave equations with nonlinear dynamic boundary conditions, in preparation (with C. Gal and J. A. Goldstein).
113. Asymptotic behavior of the soluion of parabolic problems with dynamic boundary conditions in expanding cylindrical domains, in preparation ( with J.A. Goldstein).
114. Fredholm Alternative, nonlinear elliptic equations and Wentzell boundary conditions (with C. Gal, J.A. Goldstein and S. Romanelli), under revision.
115. Precise derivation of travel time curves with unknown source location (with J. Pujol), under revision.
REFEREED CONFERENCE PUBLICATIONS
1. Introduction to multivalued evolution equations, Semesterbericht Funktionalanalysis Tuebingen, (1991), 3-11 (with Ph. Benilan)
2. The Navier-Stokes equations, Semesterbericht Funktionalanalysis Tuebingen, (1991), (expository article) 111-125 (with J. A. Goldstein).
NONREFEREED PUBLICATIONS
1. An interpolation inequality arising in degenerate elliptic problems in LSU Seminar Notes in Functional Analysis and PDE's, (1991), 51-58 (with J. R. Dorroh and J. A. Goldstein).
2. Existence and regularity of solutions of singular quasilinear diffusion equations, in LSU Seminar Notes in Functional Analysis and PDE's, (1991), 69-75 (with J. R. Dorroh).
LECTURE SERIES
1. Lecture Series, University of Alabama at Birmingham, May 1989.
2. Mini-Course on Nonlinear Semigroups, Cura ao, Netherland Antilles, August 1992.
3. Lecture Series, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, May 1996.
4. Lecture Series, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, May 1997.
6. Lecture Series, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, May 1998.
7. Lecture Series, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, May 1999.
8. Lecture Series, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, June 2000.
9. Lecture Series, Summer School on Evolution Equations, Cortona, Italy, June 2000.
10. Lecture Series, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, June 2002.
11. Lecture Series, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, June 2003.
12. Mini-Course on General Boundary Conditions in Evolution Equations, Bari, Italy, September 2003.
13. Lecture Series, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, June 2004.
14. Lecture Series, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, July 2005.
15. Lecture Series, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, July 2006.
16. Lecture Series, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, June 2007.
17. Lecture Series, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, May 2008.
18. Lecture Series, Instituto Matematica Pura y Aplicade, National Laboratory of Computational Mathematics, and State University of Rio de Janeiro, July-August 2008.
19. Ph.D. Course on Quantum Theory and Density Functional Theory, University of Bari, May-July 2018.
20. Ph.D. course on Nonlinear Semigroups of Operators, University of Bari, June-July 2019.
21. Ph.D. Course on Cahm-Hilliard Equation and Applications, University of Bari, May-July 2021.
INVITED AND PLENARY LECTURES AT CONFERENCES--- PLEASE SEE APPENDIX C. This list will not order correctly
1. Invited lecture, Second Howard University Symposium on Nonlinear Semigroups, Partial Differential Equations and Attractors, Washington, D.C., August 1987.
2. Invited lecture, Conference on One Parameter Semigroups and Differential Equations, Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut, Oberwolfach, Germany, January 1988.
3. Invited lecture, Nineteenth Annual USL Miniconference, University of Southwestern Louisiana, October 1988.
4. Invited lecture, Workshop on Differential Equations and Applications, Volksbildunghaus Retzhof, Leibnitz, Austria, June 1989.
5. Invited lecture, Tubingen Workshop on Operator Semigroups and Evolution Equations, Heinrich-Fabri-Institut, Blaubeuren, Germany, October 1989.
6. Invited lecture, International Conference on Differential Equations and Mathematical Physics, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama March 1990.
7. Invited lecture, Special Session of the 855th Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas, March 1990.
8. Invited lecture, 10th Annual Western States Mathematical Physics Meeting, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California, February, 1991.
9. Invited lecture, Special Session of the 865th Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, Tampa, Florida, March 1991.
10. Invited lecture, Conference on Differential Equations in Banach Spaces, Bologna, Italy, June 1991.
11. Invited lecture, 3rd International Conference on Evolution Equations, Control Theory and Biomechanics, Hans-sur-Lesse, Belgium, October 1991.
12. Invited lecture, Conference on Evolution Equations, Control Theory and Biomathematics, Luminy, France, March 1993.
13. Invited lecture, International Conference on Differential Equations, Ohio University, August 1993.
14. Invited lecture, Special Session of the AMS Meeting, November 1993.
15. Invited lecture, Schroedinger Institute Conference on Mathematical Physics, Vienna, Austria, December 1993.
16. Invited lecture, 4th International Workshop and Miniconference on Operator Theory and Evolution Equations, Louisiana State University, March 1994.
17. Invited lecture, Conference on Evolution Equations, Strathclyde University, Glasgow, Scotland, July 1994.
18. Plenary lecture, Evolution Equations and Semigroups Symposium, Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italy, September 1994.
19. Invited lecture, Conference in honor of M.M. Rao, University of California, Riverside, November 1994.
20. Invited lecture, Special Session on Monotone Operator Theory, American Mathematical Society Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California, January 1995.
21. Plenary lecture, Centro Internazionale per la Ricera Matematica, Conference on Nonlinear Parabolic Problems, Levic Terme (Trento), Italy, June 1995.
22. Invited lecture, Conference on Functional Analysis and Partial Differential Equations, Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, Oberwalfach, Germany, January 1996.
23. Invited lecture, Special Session of Regional Meeting of the American Mathematical Society Colombia, Missouri, October 1996.
24. Invited lecture, Special Session of Regional Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, Louiville, Kentucky, March 1998.
25. Invited lecture, 6th International Conference on Evolution Equations, Karlsruhe, Germany, September 1998.
26. Plenary lecture (1 hour), Qualitative Properties of Semigroups, Accademia Lincei (The Academy of Sciences), Rome, Italy, June 1999.
27. Invited lecture, Conference on Functional Analysis and Partial Differential Equations, Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, Oberwalfach, Germany, March 2000.
28. Invited lecture, International Workshop on Differential Equations and Optimal Control, Ohio University, May 2000.
29. Plenary lecture, International Conference on Differential Equations in Banach Spaces, Universita di Bologna, July 2000.
30. Invited lecture, Special Session of the Regional Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, Birmingham, Alabama, November 2000.
31. Invited lecture, Fifth Mississippi State Conference on Differential Equations and Computational Simulations, Mississippi State Univesity, May 2001.
32. Invited lecture, Conference in honor of the 60th birthdays of Ph. Benilan, J.A. Goldstein, And R. Nagel, Blaubeuren, Germany, June 2001.
33. Invited lecture, Conference in honor of J.R. Dorroh, Louisiana State University, February 2002.
34. Invited Lecture, International Conference on Differential Equations and Mathematical Physics, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama, March 2002.
35. Invited lecture, 22nd conference in Harmonic Analysis, Isole Tremiti, Italy, June 3-7, 2002.
36. Invited lecture, Differential Equations Weekend, Mississippi State University, February 2004.
37. Invited lecture, International Conference on Direct and Inverse Problems, Cortona, Italy, June 2004.
38. Invited lecture, Sixth Mississippi State Conference on Differential Equations and Computational Simulations, Mississippi State University, May 2005.
39. Invited lecture, International Conference on Direct and Inverse Problems, Cortona, Italy, June 2005.
40. Invited lecture, Special Session of the AMS Meeting, November 2005.
41. Invited lecture, American Institute of Mathematics Sixth International Conference on Dynamical Systems and Differential Equations, given in Special Session on Direct and Inverse Problems in Phase Field Systems, Poitiers, France, June 2006.
42. Invited lecture, American Institute of Mathematics Sixth International Conference on Dynamical Systems and Differential Equations, given in Special Session on Nonlinear Wave Equations and Related Control Problems, Poitiers, France, June 2006.
43. Plenary lecture, Conference honoring Ulf Schlotterbeck’s Retirement, Universität Tübingen, Germany, July 2006.
44. Keynote Lecture/ Plenary Address (I gave the opening keynote address.), Conference on Direct and Inverse Problems, Bologna, Italy, September 2006.
45. Invited lecture, Special Session honoring the 65th Birthday of H.H. Kuo, National Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, New Orleans, Louisiana, January 2007.
46. Invited lecture, SIAM Regional Conference, Memphis, Tennessee, May 2007.
47. Plenary lecture, Conference on Direct and Inverse Problems, Rome, Italy, June 2007.
48. Invited hour lecturer, World Congress on Nonlinear Analysis, Orlando, Florida, July 2008.
49. Plenary lecture, Conference on Direct and Inverse Problems, Cortona, Italy, September 2008.
50. Plenary lecture, Eighth Mississippi State Conference on Differential Equations and Computational Simulations, Mississippi State University, May 2009.
51. Plenary lecture, Journée picto-charentaise d'EDP, La Rochelle, France, June 2009.
52. Plenary lecture, International Conference on Evolution Equations and Mathematical Models in the Applied Sciences, University of Taranto, Italy, June-July 2009.
53. Plenary lecture, Conference on Direct and Inverse Problems, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, September 2010.
54. Plenary lecture, Conference in Honor of the 60th Birthday of Silvia Romanelli, Universität Tübingen, Germany, July 2010.
55. Plenary lecture, Conference in Honor of 70th Birthdays of Rainer Nagel and Jerry Goldstein, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, July 2011.
56. Plenary lecture, 8th Euro-Magreb Workshop on Evolution Equations, University of Lecce, Lecce, Italy, June 2012.
57. Plenary lecture, Conference on Direct and Inverse Problems, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, July 2012.
58. Plenary lecture, International Workshop on New Perspectives on Mathematical Models and PDEs, University of Bari, Bari, Italy July 2012.
59. Keynote lecture, Workshop on Female Perspectives in Mathematical Research, University of Tuebingen, Tuebingen, Germany, July 2012. 012.
60. Invited lecture, Differential Equations Weekend in Honor of John Haddock, University of Memphis, October, 2
61. Plenary lecture, Journée d’EDP University of Poitiers, France, June 2013.
62. Plenary lecture, International Conference on Direct and Inverse Problems, Cortona, Italy, June 2013.
63. Invited lecture, AMS Sectional Meeting, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, March 2014.
64. Plenary lecture, Journeé de EDP, University of Poitiers, France, May 2014.
65. Plenary lecture, XIX Symposium on Trends in Applications of Mathematics to Mechanics, Poitiers, France, September 2014.
66. Plenary lecture, International Conference on Direct and Inverse Problems, Bologna, Italy, September 2014.
67. Invited lecture, Tenth Mississippi State Conference on Differential Equations and Computational Simulations, Mississippi State University, October 2014.
68. Invited lecture, Workshop on Evolution Equations: Theory and Applications, Université de Franche-Comté Besançon, March 2015.
69. Invited lecture, AMS Sectional Meeting, University of Memphis, Memphis, Tennessee, October 2015.
70. Plenary lecture, National Meeting on Analysis and Applications, The State University of West Parana, Cascaval, Brazil, November 2015.
71. Invited lecture, Third International Conference on Probability and Analysis, Banach Center, Bedlewo, Poland, 15-19 May 2017.
72. Invited lecture, International conference "Partial Differential Equations and Applications" University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, May 22th to May 26th, 2017.
73. Invited lecture, Special Session of the Spring Southeastern Sectional Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, Vanderbilt University, April 14-15, 2018.
74. Invited lecture, Conference in Honor of Professor Bruno Pino's 100th Birthday, to be held at the University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy in June 2018.
75. Invited lecture, Semigroups of Linear Operators and Applications, Kazimierz-Dolny, Poland, September 30- October 5, 2018.
76. Invited lecture, Functional Analytic Methods for Partial Differential Equations, Cesena, Italy June 25-28, 2019.
77. Panelist, NSF-CBMS Conference The Cahn-Hilliard Equation: Recent Advances and Applications, Montgomery Bell State Park Conference Center and Inn, May 19-24, 2019.
78. Invited lecture, Special Session at the Sectional Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, Riverside, California, November 9-10, 2019.
79. Invited Lecture, (40 minutes) Special Session at the Sectional Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, El Paso, Texas (held virtually), September 2020.
80. Plenary Lecture, Conference in Honor of Rosella Minini, University of Roma La Sapienza, Rome, Italy, May 2021 (held virtually due to lockdown in Italy).
81. Plenary Closing Lecture, RoMAnS, Research on Mathematical Analysis and Semigroups, Conference in Honor of the 70th Birthday of Silvia Romanelli, University of Bari, July 8-9, 2021.
82. Plenary Opening Lecture, Partial Differential Equations and Semigroups in Applied Analysis, Conference in Honor of Jerry Goldstein’s 80th Birthday, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, July 12-17, 2021.
83. Invited Lecture, Special Session on Transient Probabilities of Random Processes,Duality Theory and Gambler’s Ruin Probabilities, Joint Mathematics Meetings, Seattle, Washington, January 2022.
84. Invited Lecture, Special Session on Asymptotic Behavior of Evolution Equations, Joint Mathematics Meetings, Seattle, Washington, Joint Mathematics Meetings, Seattle, Washington, January 2022.
COLLOQUIA AND INVITED SEMINAR LECTURES
(All of the following were invited)
1. Colloquium, University of Alabama at Birmingham, January 1986.
2. Colloquium, Louisiana State University, April 1986.
3. Guest lecture, Quantum Theory Seminar, Tulane University, September 1986.
4. Guest lecture, Quantum Theory Seminar, Tulane University, October 1987 (2 lectures).
5. Colloquium, University of Houston, April 1988.
6. Guest lecture, Quantum Theory Seminar, Tulane University, October 1988.
7. Colloquium, Institutf r Mathematik, Karl-Franzens Universit Graz, June 1989.
8. Colloquium, University of Zagreb, Zagreb, Yugoslavia, June 1989.
9. Guest lecture, Quantum Theory Seminar, Tulane University, September 1989.
10. Colloquium, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland, June 1990.
11. Colloquium, Universitat Tuebingen, Tuebingen, Germany, July 1990.
12. Colloquium, Technische Hochschule, Darmstadt, Germany, July 1990.
13. Seminar lecture, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland, July 1990.
14. Seminar lecture, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland, August 1990.
15. Colloquium, University of California, Davis, March 1991.
16. Colloquium, Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Berkeley, California, March 1991.
17. Colloquium, University of Utah, April 1991.
18. Colloquium, University of Rome, Rome, Italy, June 1991.
19. Colloquium, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, June 1991.
20. Colloquium, University of Bielefeld, Germany, July 1991.
21. Colloquium, University of Essen, Essen, Germany, October 1991.
22. Colloquium, University of Houston, April 1992.
23. Colloquium, Technical University of Delft, Delft, The Netherlands, December 1992.
24. Colloquium, Texas A & M, October 1993.
25. Colloquium, University of Southwestern Louisiana, March 1994.
26. Colloquium, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, April 1994.
27. Seminar lectures, (two lectures), University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, April 1994.
28. Colloquium, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, April 1994.
29. Colloquium, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, November 1994.
30. Colloquium, University of Missouri, January 1995.
31. Colloquium, Universit de Franche-Comt , Besancon (France), February 1995.
32. Colloquium, University of Utah, March 1996.
33. Colloquium, University of Memphis, April 1996.
34. Colloquium, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, May 1996.
35. Colloquium, University of Lecce, Lecce, Italy, May 1996.
36. Colloquium, University of Arkansas, January 1997.
37. Colloquium, Virginia Tech, April 1997.
38. Colloquium, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, May 1997.
39. Colloquium, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, June 1997.
40. Colloquium, University of Parma, Parma, Italy, June 1997.
41. Colloquium, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, June 1998.
42. Colloquium, University of Lecce, Lecce, Italy, June 1998.
43. Colloquium, Mississippi State University, February 1999.
44. Colloquium, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, June 1999.
45. Colloquium, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, June 1999.
46. Colloquium, Department of Physics, The University of Memphis, February 2000.
47. Colloquium, Univeristy of Alabama at Birmingham, May 2000.
48. Colloquium, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, June 2000.
49. Colloquium, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, July 2000.
50. Colloquium, University of Alabama At Birmingham, May 2001.
51. Colloquium, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, July 2002.
52. Colloquium, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, July 2003.
53. Colloquium, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, July 2003.
54. Colloquium, Universit t T bingen, Tubingen, Germany, May 2004.
55. Colloquium, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, June 2004.
56. Colloquium, Technische Hochschule, Darmstadt, Germany, July 2004.
57. Colloquium, University of Ulm, Ulm, Germany, July 2004.
58. Colloquium, Univerisity of Illinois at Chicago, August 2004.
59. Colloquium, University of Puerto Rico, May 2005.
60. Colloquium, Center for Mathematics and its Applications, Oslo, Norway, June 2005.
61. Colloquium, Universität Tübingen, Tubingen, Germany, July 2005.
62. Colloquium, University of Ulm, Ulm, Germany, July 2005.
63. Seminar lecture, Seminar of Haim Brezis, University of Paris VI , University of Paris VI, June 2006.
64. Colloquium, University of Ulm, Ulm, Germany July 2006.
65. Colloquium, University of Salerno, Salerno, Italy, June 2007.
66. Colloquium, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, June 2007.
67. Colloquium, University of Taranto, Taranto, Italy, June 2007.
68. Colloquium, Vanderbilt University, February 2008.
69. Colloquium, University of Taranto, Taranto, Italy, May 2008.
70. Colloquium, University of Salerno, Salerno, Italy, June 2008.
71. Colloquium, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, June 2008.
72. Colloquium, National Laboratory of Scientific Computing (LNCC), Petrópolis, Brazil, July 2008.
73. Colloquium, Rio de Janiero State University (UERJ), Rio de Janiero, Brazil, August 2008.
74. Colloquium, Université de Poitiers, Poitier, France, June 2009.
75. Colloquium, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, July 2009.
76. Colloquium, Ecole Normale Superiore de Cachan, Bruz, France, June 2010.
77. Colloquium, Université de Poitiers, Poitier, France, July 2010.
78. Colloquium, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, July 2010.
79. Colloquium, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, July 2010.
80. Colloquium, University of Taranto, Taranto, Italy, July 2010.
81. Colloquium, Université de Poitiers, Poitier, France, June 2011.
82. Colloquium, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, July 2011.
83. Colloquium, University of Taranto, Taranto, Italy, July 2011.
84. Colloquium, Tulane University, Department of Physics, January 2012.
85. Colloquium, Université de Poitiers, Poitier, France, June 2012.
86. Colloquium, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, July 2012.
87. Colloquium, University of Taranto, Taranto, Italy, July 2012.
88. Colloquium, University of Poitiers, Poitiers, France, June 2013.
89. Colloquium, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, July 2013.
90. Colloquium, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, July 2013.
91. Colloquium, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy July 2014.
92. Colloquium, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, July 2014.
93. Colloquium, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, July 2014.
94. Colloquium, University of Poitiers, Poitiers, France, May 2015.
95. Colloquium, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, June 2015.
96. Colloquium, University of Salerno, Fisciano, Italy, June 2015.
97. Colloquium, University of Ulm, Ulm, Germany, June 2015.
98. Colloquium, University of Tübingen, Tübingen, Germany, July 2015.
99. Colloquium, University of Essen, Essen, Germany, July 2015.
100. Colloquium, University of Darmstadt, Darmstadt, Germany, July 2015.
101. Colloquium, University of Riverside, Riverside, California, April 2016.
102. Colloquium, University of Irvine, Irvine, California, April 2016.
103. Colloquium, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, May 2016.
104. Colloquium, University of Salerno, Fisciano, Italy, May 2016.
105. Colloquium, University of Lecce, Lecce, Italy, June 2016.
106. Colloquium, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, June 2016.
107. Colloquium, University of Poitiers, Poitiers, France, June 2016.
108. Colloquium, University of Wuppertal, Wuppertal, Germany, July 2016.
109. Colloquium, University of Tuebingen, Tuebingen, Germany, July 2016.
110. Colloquium, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, July 2017.
111. Colloquium, Vorarlberg University, Feldkirch, Austria, July 2017.
112. Colloquium, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, May 2018.
113. Colloquium, University of Salerno, Fisciano, Italy, June 2018.
114. Colloquium, Unversity of Bari, Bari, Italy, July 2019.
115. Colloquium, University of Texas, El Paso, November 2019.
116. Colloquium, University of Alabama, Huntsville, March 2020 (postponed until Fall 2021).
117. Colloquium, University of Bari, Bari, June 2021.
118. Colloquium, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, Fall 2020 (postponed until Fall 2021 or Spring 2022)
119. Colloquium, Baylor University, Waco ,Texas, Fall 2020 (postponed until Spring of 2022)
OTHER CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
(refereed presentations marked with asterisk (*))
*1. 92nd Annual Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, New Orleans, Louisiana, January 1986.
*2. International Conference on Differential Equations and Mathematical Physics, University of Alabama at Birmingham,
March 1986.
*3. 93rd Annual Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, San Antonio, Texas, January 1987.
*4. Southeastern Atlantic Regional Conference on Differential Equations, University of Georgia, November 1988.
*5. 95th Annual Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, Phoenix, Arizona, January 1989.
*6. Texas Differential Equations Conference, University of Houston, April 1989.
*7. Southeastern Atlantic Regional Conference on Differential Equations, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, October 1989.
*8. Eleventh Dundee Conference on Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations, Dundee, Scotland, July 1990.
*9. Southeastern Atlantic Regional Conference on Differential Equations, Blacksburg, Virginia, November 1990.
*10. 97th Annual Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, San Francisco, California, January 1991.
*11. Southeastern Atlantic Regional Conference on Differential Equations, Mississippi State University, November 1992.
*12. International Conference on Differential Equations and Mathematical Physics, Georgia Tech, March 1992.
*13. Southeastern Atlantic Regional Conference on Differential Equations, University of North Carolina, Wilmington , October 1, 1993.
October 1, 1993.
*14. Texas Differential Equations Conference, Rice University, April 1995.
*15. International Conference on Differential Equations and Mathematical Physics, Georgia Institute of Technology, March 1997.
*16. Midwest PDE Conference, University of Missouri, March 2004.
*17. Southeastern Atlantic Regional Conference on Differential Equations, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, September 2013.
*18. Southeastern Atlantic Regional Conference on Differential Equations, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, Florida. October 2019.
ACTIVITY | AGENCY/SOURCE | AMOUNT | PERIOD |
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Invited Professor | University of Bari | ~$4000 | May-July 2021 |
Invited Professor | University of Bari | ~$4000 | May- July 2019 |
Invited Professor | University of Bari | ~$4000 | May- July 2018 |
CBMS Conference: The Cahn-Hilliard Equation: Recent Advances and Applications | National Science Foundation | $35,000 | 2018-2019 |
Southeastern Atlantic Regional Conference on Differential Equations | National Science Foundation | $26,000 | 2014 |
Differential Equations Weekends | National Science Foundation | $14,550 | 2008-2013 |
Operator Theory and Differential Equations | Operator Theory and Differential Equations | $51,400 | 1994-1997 |
Operator Theory and Differential Equations | Operator Theory and Differential Equations | $5000 | 1993 |
Operator Theory and Differential Equations | Operator Theory and Differential Equations | $41,000 | 1991-1993 |
A Moment Magnetitude Seismicity Catalog for the United States East of the Rockies | U. S. Geological Survery | $77,722 | 2000-2003 |
Invited Distinguished Professor | Universrity of Poitiers | ~$9000 | May-June 2017 |
Invited Distinguished Professor | University of Poitiers | ~$9000 | May 2015 |
Invited Distinguished Professor | University of Poitiers | ~$9000 | June 2013 |
Invited Professor | GNAMPA | ~$3000 | July 2013 |
Invited Distinguished Professor | University of Poitiers | ~$9000 | June 2011 |
Invited Distinguished Research Professor | Ecole Normale Superieure de Cachan | ~$9000 | June 2010 |
Invited Distinguished Research Professor | University of Poitiers | ~$9000 | June 2009 |
Travel Grant for AIMS Conference | Association for Women in Mathematics | $500 | 2004 |
Travel Grant to Attend the Workshop of Mathematical Geophysics | National Science Foundation | $1600 | August 2000 |
Travel Grant to Attend the Workshop of Mathematical Geophysics | National Science Foundation | $1000 | August 1999 |
Travel Grant to Attend the Workshop of Mathematical Geophysics | National Science Foundation | $500 | August 1998 |
Distinguished Lecture Series in Mathematics | Louisiana Education Quality Support Fund | $20,000 | 1991-1994 |
International Congress of Mathematicians in Kyoto, Japan | American Mathematical Society Travel Grant | $1500 | August 1990 |
Travel Grant to attend the International Conference in Bologna, Italy | Association for Women in Mathematics | $2,000 | June 1991 |
Analysis Grant | Louisiana Education Quality Support Fund | $500,000 | 1986-1990 |
Travel Grant to Attend International Conference on Nonlinear Semigroups in Blaubauren, Germany | Louisiana State University Foundation Grant | $800 | October 1989 |
Travel Grant to attend International Conference in Retzhof, Austria | National Science Foundation | $500 | June 1989 |
Travel Grant to Attend Conference on Nonlinear Wave Equations | NSF-CBMS | $300 | January 1989 |
ACTIVITY | AGENCY/SOURCE | AMOUNT | PERIOD |
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Summer Faculty Research Grant | Council on Research (LSU) | $3000 | Summer 1987 |
Summer Faculty Research Grant | Council on Research (LSU) | $3000 | Summer 1993 |
Academic Enrichment Funds | College of Arts and Sciences | $1420 | July 1, 1997- June 30, 1998 |
Academic Enrichment Funds | College of Arts and Sciences | $1500 | July 1, 1999- June 30, 2000 |
Academic Enrichment Funds | College of Arts and Sciences | $2000 | July 1, 2002- June 30, 2003 |
Academic Enrichment Funds | College of Arts and Sciences | $1500 | July 1, 2005- June 30, 2006 |
Academic Enrichment Funds | College of Arts and Sciences | $1200 | July 1, 2006- June 30, 2007 |
PROJECT | PARTICIPANTS | PERIOD | SPONSORSHIP |
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See Appendix E |
UNIVERSITY | COMMITTEE/ACTIVITY | PERIOD |
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University of Memphis | Masters Exam Committee [C] | 2021- |
University of Memphis | Graduate Studies Committee | 2011-present, 2002-2006, 1997-1998 |
University of Memphis | Graduate Curriculum Committee [C] | 2007-2012 |
University of Memphis | Association for Women in Mathematics (Univ. of Mem. Chapter) | 2011-2012 [C] 2013-present |
University of Memphis | Self-Study Committee | 2007-2008 |
University of Memphis | Faculty Evaluation Committee | 2004 |
University of Memphis | Hiring Committee | 2012-2013, 2001-2003, 2004-2005, 1996-1997 |
University of Memphis | Committee to Rewrite Promotion & Tenure Guidelines (Dept. Math. Sci.) | 2001-2002 |
University of Memphis | Search Committee for Senior Researcher (CERI) | 2001 |
University of Memphis | Integration of CERI into DES [C] | 2000 |
University of Memphis | GAAND Grant Proposal (Math. Sciences) | 1999-2000 |
University of Memphis | Graduate Admissions Advisor (CERI) | 1998-1999 |
University of Memphis | Chair Search Committee (Geology) | 1999-2000 |
University of Memphis | Curriculum Committee (CERI) | 1996-2000 |
University of Memphis | Search Committee for Associate Director (CERI) | 1997-1998 |
University of Memphis | Library Committee (Math. Sciences) | 1999-2000 |
SOCIETY/ORGANIZATION/JOURNAL | COMMITTEE/EDITORIAL BOARD/OFFICE | PERIOD |
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National Science Foundation | Panel in Division of Mathematical Sciences | 1999 |
American Mathematical Society | Menger Committee [C 1995] [C, 2002] [C, 2004] | 1995-2002 2003-2006 |
American Mathematical Society | Judge for International Science and Engineering Fair [C, 1995] [C, 2002] [C, 2004] | 1993-2002 2003-2006 |
National Science Foundation | Panel in Division of Mathematical Sciences | 1994 |
University of La Rochelle (France) | President of Jury for the Habiliatation of Laurant Cherfils [C] | 2011 |
University of Poitiers (France) | Member of the Jury for the PhD of Sami Injrou | 2009 |
Journal of Abstract Differential Equations and Applications | Editorial Board | 2010-present |
Journal of Applied Functional Analysis | Editorial Board | 2003- |
International Journal of Evolution Equations | Editorial Board | 2003- |
Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society | Editorial Board of "Mathematische Nachricten" | 2015-present |
Nonlinear Analysis, Real World Applications | Editorial Board | 2012-2014 |
Far East Journal of Applied Mathematics | Editorial Board | 1999-2012 |
Southeastern Regional Conference on Differential Equations | Steering Committee | 1991-1994 |
Southeastern Atlantic Regional Differential Equations Conference | Steering Committee | 2013-2017 |
Association for Women in Mathematics | Travel Grant Committee | 2007-2008 |
Academic Year (please indicate year) | Course # | Course Name | Credit Hours | Percent Taught | Enroll | Labratory Supervised(S)/Instructed(I) | New Preparation (Y) /(N) |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|
Fall 2021 | Math 2110-002 | Calculus 3 | 4 | 100 | 22 | No | |
Fall 2021 | Math 2120-001 | Differential Equations | 3 | 100 | 13 | No | |
Spring 2021 | Math 1910-001 | Calculus 2 | 4 | 100 | 12 | No | |
Spring 2021 | Math 2120-001 | Differential Equations | 3 | 100 | 21 | No | |
Fall 2020 | Math 2110-002 | Calculus 3 | 4 | 100 | 45 | No | |
Fall 2020 | Math 2120-001 | Differential Equations | 3 | 100 | 19 | No | |
Spring 2020 | Math 2120-001 | Differential Equations | 3 | 100 | 32 | No | |
Spring 2020 | Math 2421-001 | Honors Calculus 2 | 4 | 50 | 19 | Yes | |
Spring 2020 | Math 4171-002 | Special Problems in Math | 3 | 100 | 1 | Yes | |
Fall 2019 | Math 6350-001 | Intro to Real Analysis | 3 | 100 | 3 | Yes | |
Fall 2019 | Matha4350-001 | Intro to Real Analysis | 3 | 100 | 2 | Yes | |
Fall 2019 | MATH 2110-001 | Calculus 3 | 4 | 100 | 34 | No | No |
Spring 2019 | 2120-002 | Differential Equations | 3 | 100 | 28 | No | |
Fall 2018 | 1920-001 | Calculus II | 4 | 100 | 35 | No | |
Fall 2018 | 2110-002 | Calculus III | 4 | 100 | 47 | No | |
Spring 2018 | MATH 3242-002 | Linear Algebra | 3 | 100 | 18 | Y | |
Spring 2018 | MATH 2120-002 | Differential Equations | 3 | 100 | 11 | No | |
Fall 2017 | 2120-002 | Differential Equations | 3 | 100 | 28 | No | |
Fall 2017 | 4391-001 | Partial Differential Equations | 3 | 100 | 8 | No | |
Fall 2017 | 6391-001 | Partial Differential Equations | 3 | 100 | 4 | No | |
Spring 2017 | 1910-002 | Calculus I | 4 | 75% | 36 | Ye | |
Fall 2016 | 1920-001 | Calculus II | 4 | 100% | 22 | ||
Fall 2016 | 1920-002 | Calculus II | 4 | 100% | 34 | Ye | |
Spring 2016 | 3402-301 | Honors Mathematics IV | 4 | 100% | 9 | Ye | |
Spring 2016 | 2110-001 | Calculus III | 4 | 100% | 15 | No | |
Fall 2015 | 2110-002 | Calculus III | 4 | 100% | 9 | N | |
Fall 2015 | 2422-301 | Honors Calculus III | 4 | 100% | 17 | N | |
Spring 2015 | Professional Development Leave | ||||||
Fall 2015 | 8812-004 | Independent Studies | 3 | 100% | 1 | Ye | |
Fall 2014 | Math 2422 | Honors Calculus III | 4.0 | 100 | 7 | No | Ye |
Fall 2014 | Math 2110 | Calculus III | 4.0 | 100 | 21 | No | Ye |
Spring 2014 | Math 4351/6351 | Introduction to Real Analysis II | 3.0 | 100 | 6 | No | Ye |
Spring 2014 | Math 1530 | Probability and Statistics/Non-calculus | 3 | 100 | 78 | no | ye |
Fall 2013 | Math 3120 | Differential Equations | 3 | 100% | 35 | No | Y |
Fall 2013 | Math 4350 | Introduction to Real Analysis | 3.0 | 100 | 8 | None | Y |
Fall 2013 | Math 6350 | Introduction to Real Analysis | 3.0 | 100 | 8 | None | Y |
Spring 2013 | Math 4010 | Mathematical Modeling in Science and Engineering | 3.0 | 100 | 4 | None | Ye |
Spring 2013 | Math 6010 | Mathematical Modeling in Science and Engineering | 3.0 | 100 | 1 | None | Ye |
Spring 2013 | Math 4614 | Probability and Statistics | 3.0 | 100 | 11 | None | Y |
Spring 2013 | Math 6614 | Probability and Statistics | 3.0 | 100 | 2 | None | Y |
Fall 2012 | Math 1830 | Elementary Calculus | 3.0 | 100 | 40 | None | N |
Fall 2012 | Math 4016 | Introduction to Calculus of Variations | 3.0 | 100 | 3 | None | Ye |
Fall 2012 | Math 7371 | Calculus of Variations | 3.0 | 100 | 2 | None | Ye |
Fall 2012 | Math 7281 | Special Problems in Math | 3.0 | 100 | 1 | None | Y |
Fall 2012 | Math 9000 | Dissertation | 3.0 | 100 | 1 | None | Y |
Fall 2012 | Math 8813 | Special Topics in Math | 3.0 | 100 | 1 | None | Y |
Spring 2012 | Math 1710 | College Algebra | 3.0 | 100 | 21 | None | Y |
Spring 2012 | Math 4392 | Partial Differential Equations II | 3.0 | 100 | 1 | None | Ye |
Spring 2012 | Math 6392 | Partial Differential Equations II | 3.0 | 100 | 3 | None | Ye |
Spring 2012 | Math 9000 | Dissertation | 3.0 | 100 | 1 | None | Y |
Fall 2011 | Math 4391 | Partial Differential Equations I | 3.0 | 100 | 9 | None | N |
Fall 2011 | Math 6391 | Partial Differential Equations I | 3.0 | 100 | 5 | None | N |
Fall 2011 | Math 1830 | Elementary Calculus | 3.0 | 100 | 41 | None | N |
Spring 2011 | Math 4361 | Complex Variables | 3.0 | 100 | 7 | None | Y |
Spring 2011 | Math 6361 | Complex Variables | 3.0 | 100 | 3 | None | Y |
Spring 2011 | Math 7960 | Seminar in Teaching/Research/Consulting | 3.0 | 100 | 9 | None | Ye |
Spring 2011 | Math 8812 | Independent Study in Math/Stat | 3.0 | 100% | 1 | N | Y |
Spring 2011 | Math 7960 | Seminar in Teaching/Research/Consulting | 3.0 | 100% | 9 | No | Y |
Spring 2011 | Math 8960 | Seminar in Teaching/Research/Consulting | 3.0 | 100 | 3 | No | Y |
Fall 2011 | Math 1830 | Elementary Calculus | 3.0 | 100 | 6 | N | N |
Fall 2011 | Math 1920 | Calculus II | 3.0 | 100 | 19 | N | Y |
Fall 2011 | Math 8813 | Dissertation Research | 3.0 | 100 | 1 | N | Y |
DOCTORAL Aurora Breazna, (Mathematics), May 1998 Post doctoral position at the University of Rochester Andrei Breazna, (Mathematics), May 1998 Post doctoral position at the University of Rochester Chien-an Lung (co-advised, Mathematics, Tulane Univ.), May 1990, Taiwan Ciprian Gal, May 2006, Post doctoral position at the University of Missouri, Columbia Naima Naheed, May 2008, Tenure track position at Benedict College Raluca Pop, May 2014, Belmont College Bennett Poorman, May 2026 anticipated |
MASTERS Rohit Goel, May 2005 Jack Dodson, May 2016 Fatima El Fatiqueh, May 2020 |
UNDERGRADUATE Bennett Poorman, May 2020 Hala Hammadi, May 2020 |
INVITED PRESENTATIONS Lecture Series 1. Lecture Series, University of Alabama at Birmingham, May 1989. 2. Mini-Course on Nonlinear Semigroups, Curaçao, Netherland Antilles, August 1992. 3. Lecture Series, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, May 1996. 4. Lecture Series, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, May 1997. 5. Lecture Series, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, May 1998. 6. Lecture Series, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, May 1999. 7. Lecture Series, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, June 2000. 8. Lecture Series, Summer School on Evolution Equations, Cortona, Italy, June 2000. 9. Lecture Series, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, June 2002. 10. Lecture Series, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, June 2003. 11. Mini-Course on General Boundary Conditions in Evolution Equations, Bari, Italy, September 2003. 12. Lecture Series, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, June 2004. 13. Workshop, University of Puerto Rico, May 2005. 14. Lecture Series, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, July 2005. 15. Lecture Series, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, July 2006. 16. Lecture Series, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, June 2007. 17. Lecture Series, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, May 2008. 18. Lecture Series, Instituto Matematica Pura y Aplicade, National Laboratory of Computational Mathematics, and State University of Rio de Janeiro, July-August 2008. 19. Ph.D. Course on Quantum Theory and Density Functional Theory, University of Bari, May-July 2018. 20. Ph.D. Course on Nonlinear Semigroups of Operators and Applications, University of Bari, May-July 2019. 21. Ph.D. Course on Cahm-Hilliard Equation and Applications, University of Bari, May-July 2021. |
Additional Information on Research/Scholarship/Creative Activities |
INVITED AND PLENARY LECTURES AT CONFERENCES 1. Invited lecture, Second Howard University Symposium on Nonlinear Semigroups, Partial Differential Equations and Attractors, Washington, D.C., August 1987. 2. Invited lecture, Conference on One Parameter Semigroups and Differential Equations, Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut, Oberwolfach, Germany, January 1988. 3. Invited lecture, Nineteenth Annual USL Miniconference, University of Southwestern Louisiana, October 1988. 4. Invited lecture, Workshop on Differential Equations and Applications, Volksbildunghaus Retzhof, Leibnitz, Austria, June 1989. 5. Invited lecture, Tübingen Workshop on Operator Semigroups and Evolution Equations, Heinrich-Fabri-Institut, Blaubeuren, Germany, October 1989. 6. Invited lecture, International Conference on Differential Equations and Mathematical Physics, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama, March 1990. 7. Invited lecture, Special Session of the 855th Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas, March 1990. 8. Invited lecture, 10th Annual Western States Mathematical Physics Meeting, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California, February 1991. 9. Invited lecture, Special Session of the 865th Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, Tampa, Florida, March 1991. 10. Invited lecture, Conference on Differential Equations in Banach Spaces, Bologna, Italy, June 1991. 11. Invited lecture, 3rd International Conference on Evolution Equations, Control Theory and Biomechanics, Hans-sur-Lesse, Belgium, October 1991. 12. Invited lecture, Conference on Evolution Equations, Control Theory and Biomathematics, Luminy, France, March 1993. 13. Invited lecture, International Conference on Differential Equations, Ohio University, August 1993. 14. Invited lecture, Special Session of the AMS Meeting, November 1993. 15. Invited lecture, Schrödinger Institute Conference on Mathematical Physics, Vienna, Austria, December 1993. 16. Invited lecture, 4th International Workshop and Miniconference on Operator Theory and Evolution Equations, Louisiana State University, March 1994. 17. Invited lecture, Conference on Evolution Equations, Strathclyde University, Glasgow, Scotland, July 1994. 18. Plenary lecture, Evolution Equations and Semigroups Symposium, Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italy, September 1994. 19. Invited lecture, Conference in honor of M.M. Rao, University of California, Riverside, November 1994. 20. Invited lecture, Special Session on Monotone Operator Theory, American Mathematical Society Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California, January 1995. 21. Plenary lecture, Centro Internazionale per la Ricera Matematica, Conference on Nonlinear Parabolic Problems, Levicó Terme (Trento), Italy, June 1995. 22. Invited lecture, Conference on Functional Analysis and Partial Differential Equations, Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, Oberwalfach, Germany, January 1996. 23. Invited lecture, Special Session of Regional Meeting of the American Mathematical Society Colombia, Missouri, October 1996. 24. Invited lecture, Special Session of Regional Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, Louiville, Kentucky, March 1998. 25. Invited lecture, 6th International Conference on Evolution Equations, Karlsruhe, Germany, September 1998. 26. Plenary lecture (1 hour), Qualitative Properties of Semigroups, Accademia Lincei (The Academy of Sciences), Rome, Italy, June 1999. 27. Invited lecture, Conference on Functional Analysis and Partial Differential Equations, Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, Oberwalfach, Germany, March 2000. 28. Invited lecture, International Workshop on Differential Equations and Optimal Control, Ohio University, May 2000. 29. Plenary lecture, International Conference on Differential Equations in Banach Spaces, Universita di Bologna, July 2000. 30. Invited lecture, Special Session of the Regional Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, Birmingham, Alabama, November 2000. 31. Invited lecture, Fifth Mississippi State Conference on Differential Equations and Computational Simulations, Mississippi State Univesity, May 2001. 32. Invited lecture, Conference in honor of the 60th birthdays of Ph. Benilan, J.A. Goldstein, And R. Nagel, Blaubeuren, Germany, June 2001. 33. Invited lecture, Conference in honor of J.R. Dorroh, Louisiana State University, February 2002. 34. Invited Lecture, International Conference on Differential Equations and Mathematical Physics, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama, March 2002. 35. Invited lecture, 22nd conference in Harmonic Analysis, Isole Tremiti, Italy, June 3-7, 2002. 36. Invited lecture, Differential Equations Weekend, Mississippi State University, February 2004. 37. Invited lecture, International Conference on Direct and Inverse Problems, Cortona, Italy, June 2004. 38. Invited lecture, Sixth Mississippi State Conference on Differential Equations and Computational Simulations, Mississippi State University, May 2005. 39. Invited lecture, International Conference on Direct and Inverse Problems, Cortona, Italy, June 2005. 40.Invited lecture, Special Session of the AMS Meeting, November 2005. 41. Invited lecture, American Institute of Mathematics Sixth International Conference on Dynamical Systems and Differential Equations, given in Special Session on Direct and Inverse Problems in Phase Field Systems, Poitiers, France, June 2006. 42. Invited lecture, American Institute of Mathematics Sixth International Conference on Dynamical Systems and Differential Equations, given in Special Session on Nonlinear Wave Equations and Related Control Problems, Poitiers, France, June 2006. 43. Plenary lecture, Conference honoring Ulf Schlotterbeck’s Retirement, Universität Tübingen, Germany, July 2006. 44. Keynote Lecture/ Plenary Address (I gave the opening keynote address.), Conference on Direct and Inverse Problems, Bologna, Italy, September 2006. 45. Invited lecture, Special Session honoring the 65th Birthday of H.H. Kuo, National Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, New Orleans, Louisiana, January 2007. 46. Invited lecture, SIAM Regional Conference, Memphis, Tennessee, May 2007. 47. Plenary lecture, Conference on Direct and Inverse Problems, Rome, Italy, June 2007. 48. Invited hour lecturer, World Congress on Nonlinear Analysis, Orlando, Florida, July 2008. 49. Plenary lecture, Conference on Direct and Inverse Problems, Cortona, Italy, September 2008. 50. Plenary lecture, Eighth Mississippi State Conference on Differential Equations and Computational Simulations, Mississippi State University, May 2009. 51. Plenary lecture,, Journée picto-charentaise d'EDP, La Rochelle, France, June 2009. 52. Plenary lecture, International Conference on Evolution Equations and Mathematical Models in the Applied Sciences, University of Taranto, Italy, June-July 2009. 53. Plenary lecture, Conference in Honor of the 60th Birthday of Silvia Romanelli, Universität Tübingen, Germany, July 2010. 54. Plenary lecture, Conference on Direct and Inverse Problems, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, September 2010. 55. Plenary lecture, Conference in Honor of 70th Birthdays of Rainer Nagel and Jerry Goldstein, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, July 2011. 56. Plenary lecture, 8th Euro-Magreb Workshop on Evolution Equations, University of Lecce, Lecce, Italy, June 2012. 57. Plenary lecture, Conference on Direct and Inverse Problems, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, July 2012. 58. Plenary lecture, International Workshop on New Perspectives on Mathematical Models and PDEs, University of Bari, Bari, Italy July 2012. 59. Keynote lecture, Workshop on Female Perspectives in Mathematical Research, University of Tuebingen, Tuebingen, Germany, July 2012. 60. Invited lecture, Differential Equations Weekend in Honor of John Haddock, University of Memphis, October, 2012. 61. Plenary lecture, Journée d’EDP University of Poitiers, France, June 2013. 62. Plenary lecture, International Conference on Direct and Inverse Problems, Cortona, Italy, June 2013. 63. Invited lecture, AMS Sectional Meeting, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, March 2014. 64. Plenary lecture, Journeé de EDP, University of Poitiers, France, May 2014. 65. Plenary lecture, XIX Symposium on Trends in Applications of Mathematics to Mechanics, Poitiers, France, September 2014. 66. Plenary lecture, International Conference on Direct and Inverse Problems, Bologna, Italy, September 2014. 67. Invited lecture, Tenth Mississippi State Conference on Differential Equations and Computational Simulations, Mississippi State University, October 2014. 68. Invited lecture, Workshop on Evolution Equations: Theory and Applications, Université de Franche-Comté Besançon, March 2015. 69. Invited lecture, AMS Sectional Meeting, University of Memphis, Memphis, Tennessee, October 2015. 70. Plenary lecture, National Meeting on Analysis and Applications, The State University of West Parana, Cascaval, Brazil, November 2015. 71. Invited lecture, Third International Conference on Probability and Analysis, Banach Center, Bedlewo, Poland, 15-19 May 2017. 72. Invited lecture, International conference "Partial Differential Equations and Applications" University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, May 22th to May 26th, 2017. 73. Invited lecture, Special Session of the Spring Southeastern Sectional Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, Vanderbilt University, April 14-15, 2018. 74. Invited lecture, Conference in Honor of Professor Bruno Pino's 100th Birthday, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy in June 2018. 75. Invited lecture, Semigroups of Linear Operators and Applications, Kazimierz-Dolny, Poland, September 30- October 5, 2018. 76. Invited lecture, Functional Analytic Methods for Partial Differential Equations, Cesena, Italy June 25-28, 2019. 77. Panelist, NSF-CBMS Conference The Cahn-Hilliard Equation: Recent Advances and Applications, Montgomery Bell State Park Conference Center and Inn, May 19-24, 2019. 78. Invited lecture, Special Session at the Sectional Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, Riverside, California, November 9-10, 2019. 79. Invited Lecture, (40 minutes) Special Session at the Sectional Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, El Paso, Texas (held virtually), September 2020. 80. Plenary Lecture, Conference in Honor of Rosella Minini, University of Roma La Sapienza, Rome, Italy, May 2021 (held virtually due to lockdown in Italy). 81. Plenary Closing Lecture, RoMAnS, Research on Mathematical Analysis and Semigroups, Conference in Honor of the 70th Birthday of Silvia Romanelli, University of Bari, July 8-9, 2021. 82. Plenary Opening Lecture, Partial Differential Equations and Semigroups in Applied Analysis, Conference in Honor of Jerry Goldstein’s 80th Birthday, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, July 12-17, 2021. 83. Invited Lecture, Special Session on Transient Probabilities of Random Processes,Duality Theory and Gambler’s Ruin Probabilities, Joint Mathematics Meetings, Seattle, Washington, January 2022. 84. Invited Lecture, Special Session on Asymptotic Behavior of Evolution Equations, Joint Mathematics Meetings, Seattle, Washington, January 2022. |
INVITED SEMINAR AND COLLOQUIUM LECTURES 1. Colloquium, University of Alabama at Birmingham, January 1986. 2. Colloquium, Louisiana State University, April 1986. 3. Guest lecture, Quantum Theory Seminar, Tulane University, September 1986. 4. Guest lecture, Quantum Theory Seminar, Tulane University, October 1987 (2 lectures). 5. Colloquium, University of Houston, April 1988. 6. Guest lecture, Quantum Theory Seminar, Tulane University, October 1988. 7. Colloquium, Institutfür Mathematik, Karl-Franzens Universitä Graz, June 1989. 8. Colloquium, University of Zagreb, Zagreb, Yugoslavia, June 1989. 9. Guest lecture, Quantum Theory Seminar, Tulane University, September 1989. 10. Colloquium, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland, June 1990. 11. Colloquium, Universität Tübingen, Tübingen, Germany, July 1990. 12. Colloquium, Technische Hochschule, Darmstadt, Germany, July 1990. 13. Seminar lecture, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland, July 1990. 14. Seminar lecture, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland, August 1990. 15. Colloquium, University of California, Davis, March 1991. 16. Colloquium, Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Berkeley, California, March 1991. 17. Colloquium, University of Utah, April 1991. 18. Colloquium, University of Rome, Rome, Italy, June 1991. 19. Colloquium, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, June 1991. 20. Colloquium, University of Bielefeld, Germany, July 1991. 21. Colloquium, University of Essen, Essen, Germany, October 1991. 22. Colloquium, University of Houston, April 1992. 23. Colloquium, Technical University of Delft, Delft, The Netherlands, December 1992. 24. Colloquium, Texas A & M, October 1993. 25. Colloquium, University of Southwestern Louisiana, March 1994. 26. Colloquium, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, April 1994. 27. Seminar lectures, (two lectures), University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, April 1994. 28. Colloquium, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, April 1994. 29. Colloquium, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, November 1994. 30. Colloquium, University of Missouri, January 1995. 31. Colloquium, Université de Franche-Comté, Besançon (France), February 1995. 32. Colloquium, University of Utah, March 1996. 33. Colloquium, University of Memphis, April 1996. 34. Colloquium, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, May 1996. 35. Colloquium, University of Lecce, Lecce, Italy, May 1996. 36. Colloquium, University of Arkansas, January 1997. 37. Colloquium, Virginia Tech, April 1997. 38. Colloquium, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, May 1997. 39. Colloquium, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, June 1997. 40. Colloquium, University of Parma, Parma, Italy, June 1997. 41. Colloquium, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, June 1998. 42. Colloquium, University of Lecce, Lecce, Italy, June 1998. 43. Colloquium, Mississippi State University, February 1999. 44.Colloquium, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, June 1999. 45. Colloquium, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, June 1999. 46. Colloquium, Department of Physics, The University of Memphis, February 2000. 47. Colloquium, University of Alabama at Birmingham, May 2000. 48. Colloquium, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, June 2000. 49. Colloquium, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, July 2000. 50. Colloquium, University of Alabama At Birmingham, May 2001. 51.Colloquium, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, July 2002. 52. Colloquium, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, July 2003. 53. Colloquium, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, July 2003. 54. Colloquium, Universität Tübingen, Tubingen, Germany, May 2004. 55. Colloquium, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, June 2004. 56. Colloquium, Technische Hochschule, Darmstadt, Germany, July 2004. 57. Colloquium, University of Ulm, Ulm, Germany, July 2004. 58. Colloquium, University of Illinois at Chicago, August 2004. 59. Colloquium, University of Puerto Rico, May 2005. 60.Colloquium, Center for Mathematics and its Applications, Oslo, Norway, June 2005. 61. Colloquium, Universität Tübingen, Tubingen, Germany, July 2005. 62. Colloquium, University of Ulm, Ulm, Germany, July 2005. 63. Seminar lecture, Private Seminar of Haim Brezis, University of Paris VI, June 2006. 64. Colloquium, University of Ulm, Ulm, Germany, July 2006. 65. Colloquium, University of Salerno, Salerno, Italy, June 2007. 66. Colloquium, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, June 2007. 67. Colloquium, University of Taranto, Taranto, Italy, June 2007. 68. Colloquium, Vanderbilt University, February 2008. 69. Colloquium, University of Taranto, Taranto, Italy, May 2008. 70. Colloquium, University of Salerno, Salerno, Italy, June 2008. 71. Colloquium, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, June 2008. 72. Colloquium, National Laboratory of Scientific Computing (LNCC), Petrópolis, Brazil, July 2008. 73. Colloquium, Rio de Janiero State University (UERJ), Rio de Janiero, Brazil, August 2008. 74. Colloquium, Université de Poitiers, Poitier, France, June 2009. 75. Colloquium, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, July 2009. 76. Colloquium, Ecole Normale Superiore de Cachan, Bruz, France, June 2010. 77. Colloquium, Université de Poitiers, Poitier, France, July 2010. 78. Colloquium, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, July 2010. 79. Colloquium, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, July 2010. 80.Colloquium, University of Taranto, Taranto, Italy, July 2010. 81. Colloquium, Université de Poitiers, Poitier, France, June 2011. 82. Colloquium, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, July 2011. 83. Colloquium, University of Taranto, Taranto, Italy, July 2011. 84. Colloquium, Tulane University, Department of Physics, January 2012. 85. Colloquium, Université de Poitiers, Poitier, France, June 2012. 86. Colloquium, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, July 2012. 87. Colloquium, University of Taranto, Taranto, Italy, July 2012. 88. Colloquium, University of Poitiers, Poitiers, France, June 2013. 89.Colloquium, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, July 2013. 90. Colloquium, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, July 2013. 91. Colloquium, University of Poitiers, Poitiers, France, June 2014. 92.Colloquium, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy July 2014. 93.Colloquium, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, July 2014. 94.Colloquium, University of Poitiers, Poitiers, France, May 2015. 95. Colloquium, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, June 2015. 96.Colloquium, University of Salerno, Fisciano, Italy, June 2015. 97.Colloquium, University of Ulm, Ulm, Germany, June 2015. 98.Colloquium, University of Tübingen, Tübingen, Germany, July 2015. 99. Colloquium, University of Essen, Essen, Germany, July 2015. 100. Colloquium, University of Darmstadt, Darmstadt, Germany, July 2015. 101.Colloquium, University of Riverside, Riverside, California, April 2016. 102.Colloquium, University of Irvine, Irvine, California, April 2016. 103. Colloquium, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, May 2016. 104.Colloquium, University of Salerno, Fisciano, Italy, May 2016. 105.Colloquium, University of Lecce, Lecce, Italy, June 2016. 106. Colloquium, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, June 2016. 107. Colloquium, University of Poitiers, Poitiers, France, June 2016. 108. Colloquium, University of Wuppertal, Wuppertal, Germany, July 2016. 109. Colloquium, University of Tuebingen, Tuebingen, Germany, July 2016. 110. Colloquium, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, July 2017. 111. Colloquium, Vorarlberg University, Feldkirch, Austria, July 2017. 112. Colloquium, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, May 2018. 113. Colloquium, University of Salerno, Fisciano, Italy, June 2018. 114. Colloquium, Unversity of Bari, Bari, Italy, July 2019. 115. Colloquium, University of Texas, El Paso, November 2019. 116. Colloquium, University of Alabama, Huntsville, March 2020 (postponed until Fall 2021). 117. Colloquium, University of Bari, Bari, June 2021. 118. Colloquium, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, Fall 2020 (postponed until Fall 2021 or Spring 2022) 119. Colloquium, Baylor University, Waco ,Texas, Fall 2020 (postponed until Spring 2022) |
OTHER CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS (refereed presentations are marked with asterisk (*)) *1. 92nd Annual Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, New Orleans, Louisiana, January 1986. *2. International Conference on Differential Equations and Mathematical Physics, University of Alabama at Birmingham, March 1986. *3. 93rd Annual Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, San Antonio, Texas, January 1987. *4. Southeastern Atlantic Regional Conference on Differential Equations, University of Georgia, November 1988. *5. 95th Annual Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, Phoenix, Arizona, January 1989. *6. Texas Differential Equations Conference, University of Houston, April 1989. *7. Southeastern Atlantic Regional Conference on Differential Equations, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, October 1989. *8. Eleventh Dundee Conference on Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations, Dundee, Scotland, July 1990. *9. Southeastern Atlantic Regional Conference on Differential Equations, Blacksburg, Virginia, November 1990. *10. 97th Annual Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, San Francisco, California, January 1991. *11. Southeastern Atlantic Regional Conference on Differential Equations, Mississippi State University, November 1992. *12. International Conference on Differential Equations and Mathematical Physics, Georgia Tech, March 1992. *13. Southeastern Atlantic Regional Conference on Differential Equations, University of North Carolina, Wilmington, October 1, 1993. *14. Texas Differential Equations Conference, Rice University, April 1995. *15. International Conference on Differential Equations and Mathematical Physics, Georgia Institute of Technology, March 1997. *16. Midwest PDE Conference, University of Missouri, March 2004. *17. Southeastern Atlantic Regional Conference on Differential Equations, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, September 2013. *18. Southeastern Atlantic Regional Conference on Differential Equations, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, Florida. October 2019. |
Professional Meetings: |
1. Southeastern Atlantic Regional Conference on Differential Equations, Georgia Institute of Technology, October 1985. |
2. 92nd Annual Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, New Orleans, Louisiana, January 1986. |
3. International Conference on Differential Equations and Mathematical Physics, University of Alabama at Birmingham, March 1986. |
4. Mathematics Applied to Science, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana, November 1986. |
5. 93rd Annual Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, San Antonio, Texas, January 1987. |
6. The Second Howard University Symposium on Nonlinear Semigroups, Partial Differential Equations and Attractors, Howard University, Washington D.C., August 1987. |
7. International Conference on One Parameter Semigroups and Differential Equations, (by invitation only), Mathematiches Forschungsinstitut, Oberwolfach, Germany, January 1988. |
8. 65th Annual Joint Meeting of the Louisiana-Mississippi Section of the Mathematical Association of America, Northwestern State University of Louisiana, Natchitoches, Louisiana, February 1988. |
9. The 1988 International Conference on Advances in Communication and Control Systems, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, October 1988. |
10. Nineteenth Annual USL Mathematics Miniconference, University of Southwestern Louisiana, Lafayette, Louisiana, October 1988. |
11. Southeastern Atlantic Regional Conference on Differential Equations, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, November 1988. |
12. 95th Annual Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, Phoenix, Arizona, January 1988. |
13. NSF-CBMS Conference on Nonlinear Wave Equations, George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia, January 1989. |
14. 66th Annual Joint Meeting of the Louisiana-Mississippi Section of the Mathematical Association of America, Biloxi, Mississippi, February 1989. |
15. Texas Differential Equations Conference, University of Houston, Houston, Texas, April 1989. |
16. Workshop on Differential Equations and Applications (by invitation only) Volksbildunghaus Retzhof, Leibnitz, Austria, June 1989. |
17. Southeastern Atlantic Regional Meeting on Differential Equations, University North Carolina, October 1989. |
18. Tübingen Workshop on Operator Semigroups and Evolution Equations, Heinrich-Fabri-Institut, Blaubeuren, Germany, October 1989. |
19. The Clifford Conference, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana, February 1990. |
20. 855th Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas, March 1990. |
21. International Conference on Differential Equations and Mathematical Physics, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama, March 1990. |
22. Eleventh Dundee Conference on Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations, Dundee, Scotland, July 1990. |
23. International Congress of Mathematicians, Kyoto, Japan, August 1990. |
24. Southeastern Atlantic Regional Conference on Differential Equations, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Blacksburg, Virginia, November 1990. |
25. 97th Annual Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, San Francisco, California, January 1991. |
26. 10th Annual Western States Mathematical Physics Meeting, CaliforniaInstitute of Technology, Pasadena, California, February 1991. |
27. 865th meeting of the American Mathematical Society, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida, March 1991. |
28. Differential Equations in Banach Spaces, Università Delgi Studi di Bologna, Bologna, Italy, June 1991. |
29. Inaugural Conference for Center for Applied Math, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, September 1991. |
30. 3rd International Conference on Evolution Equations, Hans-sur-Lesse, Belgium, October 1991. |
31. Southeastern Regional Conference on Differential Equations, Mississippi State University, Starkville, Mississippi, November 1991. |
32. International Conference on Differential Equations and Mathematical Physics, Georgia Tech, Atlanta, Georgia, March 1992. |
33. International Conference on Differential Equations and Applications, Curaçao, Netherland Antilles, August 1992. |
34. Southeastern-Midwest Regional Conference on Differential Equations,University of Kentucky, November 1992. |
35. Conference on Evolution Equations and Applications, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, January 1993. |
36. 99th Annual Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, San Antonio, Texas, January 1993. |
37. Conference on Evolution Equations, Control Theory and Biomechanics, Luminy, France, March 1993. |
38. NSF-CMBS Conference, Starring Luc Tartar, University of California, Santa Cruz, July 1993. |
39. International Conference on Differential Equations, Ohio University, August 1993. |
40. Southeastern Atlantic Regional Conference on Differential Equations, Wilmington, North Carolina, October 1993. |
41. Regional Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, Texas A & M, College Station, Texas, November 1993. |
42. Inaugural Conference of the Schr"dinger Institute, Vienna, Austria, December 1993. |
43. 100th Annual Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, Cincinnati, Ohio, January 1994. |
44. International Miniconference on Operator Theory and Evolution Equations, March 1994. |
45. Conference on Evolution Equations, Strathclyde University, Glasgow, Scotland, July 1994. |
46. Evolution Equations and Semigroups Symposium, Scuola Normale, Pisa, Italy, September 1994. |
47. Conference in honor of M.M. Rao, University of California, Riverside, November 1994. |
48. Analysis Conference, University of Southwestern Louisiana, October 1994. |
49. 101st Annual Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, San Francisco, California, January 1995. |
50. Texas P.D.E. Conference, Rice University, April 1995. |
51. Conference on Nonlinear Parabolic Problems, Centre Internationale Per La Riceia Mathematica, Levico Terme, Italy, June 1995. |
52. Conference on Functional Analysis and Partial Differential Equations, Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, Oberwolfach, Germany, January 1996. |
53. Regional Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, October 1996. |
54. 102nd Annual Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, San Diego, California, January 1997. |
55. International Conference on Differential Equations and Mathematical Physics, Georgia Institute of Technology, March 1997. |
56. Regional Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, Memphis, Tennessee, March 1997. |
57. Midwest-Southeastern Atlantic Regional Conference on Differential Equations, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, November 1997. |
58. Regional Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, Louiville, Kentucky, March 1998. |
59. Sixth International Conference on Evolution Equations and Applications, Bad Herrenalb, Germany, September 1998. |
60. Mathematical Geophysics Summer School, Stanford University, August 1998. |
61. Regional Meeting of the Mathematical Association of America, Rhodes College, Memphis, Tennessee, March 1999. |
62. Qualitative Properties of Semigroups, Academy of Science, Rome, Italy, May 1999. |
63. Mathematical Geophysics Summer School, Stanford Univesity, August 1999. |
64. Eastern Section Meeting of the Seismological Society of America, Memphis, Tennessee, September 1999. |
65. Conference on Functional Analysis and Partial Differential Equations, Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach,Oberwolfach, Germany, March 2000. |
66. International Workshop on Differential Equations and Optimal Control, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio, May 2000. |
67. International Conference on Differential Equations in Banach Spaces, Universita Delgi Studi di Bologna, Bologna, Italy. |
68. Mathematical Geophysics Summer School, Stanford University, August 2000. |
69. Seventh International Conference on Evolution Equations and Applications, Levico Terme, Italy, November 2000. |
70. Regional Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, Birmingham, Alabama, November 2000. |
71. 5th Mississippi State Conference on Differential Equations and Simulations, Starkville, Mississippi, May 2000. |
72. Conference in Honor of the 60th Birthdays of Philippe Benilan, Jerome Goldstein, and Rainer Nagel, Blaubeuren, Germany, June 2001. |
73. Summer School in Semigroups and Applications, Cortona, Italy, July 2001. |
74. Conference in Honor of the Retirement of J. R. Dorroh, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, February 2001. |
75. International Conference on Differential Equations and Mathematical Physics, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama, March 2002. |
76. 22nd Conference in Harmonic Analysis, Isole Tremiti, Tremeti, Italy, June 2002. |
77. Differential Equations Weekend, University of Memphis, Memphis, Tennessee, September 2002. |
78. Minicourse-Workshop on Semigroups of Operators and Applications, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, September 2003. |
79. Differential Equations Weekend, Mississippi State University, February 2004. |
80. Midwest Partial Differential Equations Conference, University of Missouri, March 2004. |
81. International Conference on Direct and Inverse Problems, Cortona, Italy, June 2004. |
82. 6th Mississippi State Conference on Differential Equations and Simulations, Starkville, Mississippi, to be held in May 2005. |
83. International Conference on Direct and Inverse Problems, to be held in Cortona, Italy, June 2005. |
84. TULKA on Evolution Equations, University of Ulm, Ulm, Germany, June 2005. 85. Regional Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, Lincoln, Nebraska 2005. 86. Differential Equations Weekend, University of Memphis, Memphis, Tennessee, April 2006. 87. Conference in honor of the 60th birthday of Donato Fortunato, Otranto, Italy, June 2006. 88. American Institute of Mathematical Sciences Sixth International Conference on Dynamical Systems and Differential Equations, Poitiers, France, June 2006. 89. Conference in Honor of the Retirement of Ulf Schallterbeck, Univeristat Tuebingen, July 2006. 90. International Conference on Direct and Inverse Problems, Bologna, Italy, September 2006. 91. American Mathematical Society, New Orleans, Louisiana, January 2007. 92. SIAM Regional Meeting, Memphis, Tennessee, May 2007. 93. International Conference on Direct and Inverse Problems, Rome, Italy, June 2007. 94. International Conference on Interdisciplinary Mathematics and Statisical Techniques, University of Memphis, May 2008. 95. World Congress on Nonlinear Analysis, Orlando, Florida, July 2008. 96. Brazilian- Indian Mathematics Meeting, IMPA, Rio de Janiero, Brazil, July 2008. 97. International Conference on Direct and Inverse Problems, Cortona, Italy, September 2008. 98. Journée picto-charentaise d'EDP, La Rochelle, France, June 2009. 99. International Conference on Evolution Equations and Mathematical Models in the Applied Sciences, University of Taranto, Italy, June-July 2009. 100. 5th International Meeting on Lorentzian Geometry, Martina Franca, Italy, July 2009. 101. Differential Equations Weekend, University of Memphis, Memphis, TN, November 2009. 102. International Conference on Fluid Dynamics, University of Rennes, Rennes, France, June 2010. 103. Conference in Honor of the 60th Birthday of Silvia Romanelli, Universitat Tuebingen, Tuebingen, Germany, July 2010. 104. International Conference on Direct and Inverse Problems, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, September 2010. 105. Differential Equations Weekend, Mississippi State University, May 2011. 106. Conference in Honor of H. Emammirad and J. A. Goldstein, University of Poitiers, Poitiers, France, June 2011 (co-organizer with A. Miranville). 107. Conference in Honor of the 70th Birthdays of Rainer Nagel and Jerry Goldstein, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, July 2011. (co-organizer with G. Fragnelli, R. Minnini, and S. Romanelli). 108. 8th Euro-Magreb Workshop on Evolution Equations, University of Lecce, Lecce, Italy, June 2012. 109. International Workshop on New Perspectives on Mathematical Models and PDEs, University of Bari, Bari, Italy July 2012. 110. Workshop on Female Perspectives in Mathematical Research, University of Tuebingen, Tuebingen, Germany, July 2012 111. International Conference on Direct and Inverse Problems, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, July 2012 . 112. Differential Equations Weekend in honor of John Haddock, University of Memphis, Memphis, TN, October 2012. 113. Midwest PDE Seminar, University of Memphis, Memphis, TN, November 2012. 114. Journée d’EDP, University of Poitiers, France, June 2013. 115. International Conference on Direct and Inverse Problems, Cortona, Italy, June 2013. 116. Differential Equations Weekend, University of Memphis, February 2014. 117. Southeastern Atlantic Regional Conference on Differential Equations, Knoxville, TN, September 2013. 118. AMS Sectional Meeting, Knoxville, TN, March 2014. 119. Journee d’EDP, University of Poitiers, May 2014. 120. XIX Symposium on Trends in Applications of Mathematics to Mechanics, University of Poitiers, September 2014 . 121. International Conference on Direct and Inverse Problems, University of Bologna, Italy, September 2014. 122. Tenth Mississippi State Conference on Differential Equations and Computational Simulations, Mississippi State University, October 2014. 123. Workshop on Evolution Equations: Theory and Applications, Université de Franche-Comté, Besançon, March 2015. 124. Workshop on Spectral Theory and Kinetic Equations, Université de Franche-Comté, Besançon, April 2015. 125. TULKKA Conference on Evolution Equations, University of Ulm, Ulm, Germany, July 2015. 126. AMS Section Meeting, University of Memphis, Memphis, TN, October 2015. 127. IX Enamas National Meeting on Analysis and Applications, The State University of West Parana, Cascaval, Brazil, November 2015. 128. Advances and Perspectives in Nonlinear Analysis, in honor of Donato Fortunate, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, June 2016. 129. Conference in Honor of Jerry Goldstein’s 75th Birthday, University of Poitiers, Poitiers, France, June 2016. 130. Third International Conference on Probability and Analysis, Banach Center, Bedlewo, Poland, May 15-19, 2017. 131. International conference "Partial Differential Equations and Applications" University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, May 22- 26, 2017. 132. 37eme Colloque de la Société Francophone de Biologie Théorique, University of Poitiers, June 26-29, 2017. 133. Conference in Honor of Professor Bruno Pino's 100th Birthday, to be held at the University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy in June 2018. |
134. Semigroups of Linear Operators and Applications, Kazimierz-Dolny, Poland, September 30- October 5, 2018. 135. Functional Analytic Methods for Partial Differential Equations, Cesena, Italy June 25-28, 2019. 136. Giornata Indam 2019, University of Bari, Italy, June 3, 2019. 137. Workshop on Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations, Politecnico da Bari, Bari, Italy, June 15, 2019. 138. NSF-CBMS Conference The Cahn-Hilliard Equation: Recent Advances and Applications, Montgomery Bell State Park Conference Center and Inn, May 19-24, 2019. 139. Sectional Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, Riverside, California, November 9-10, 2019. 140. Erdos Lectures, University of Memphis, September 2019. 142. Conference in Honor of Prof. Silvia Romanelli, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, July 2021. 143. Special Session at the Sectional Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, El Paso, Texas (held virtually), September 2020. 144. Conference in Honor of Rosella Minini, University of Roma La Sapienza, Rome, Italy, May 2021 (held virtually due to lockdown in Italy). 145. RoMAnS, Research on Mathematical Analysis and Semigroups, Conference in Honor of the 70th Birthday of Silvia Romanelli, University of Bari, July 8-9, 2021. 146. Partial Differential Equations and Semigroups in Applied Analysis, Conference in Honor of Jerry Goldstein’s 80th Birthday, University of Bari, Bari, Italy, July 12-17, 2021. 147. Joint Mathematics Meetings, Seattle, Washington, January 2022. |
Other Scholarly Activities: |
1. Principal Investigator on the NSF grant (co-PIs were Jerome A. Goldstein and Roger Temam) to support a five day conference of the Council Board of Mathematical Sciences on "Cahn-Hilliard Equation: Recent Advances and Applications". We were also the organizers of the conference. The main lecturer was Alain Miranville of the University of Poitiers. He gave 10 lectures, and there were five complimentary lectures by other experts. The conference was a great success, and a book based on his lectures was published by the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics. |
2. An international conference was organized in honor of my 60th Birthday at the University of Bari in July 2018. This was a tremendous honor, and many outstanding mathematicians came to speak. 3. A special volume of the journal Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems, Series S in 2020 was dedicated to me in honor of my 60th birthday. The volume was edited by Genni Fragnelli, Jerome A. Goldstein and Alain Miranville. |
4. Co-organized the meeting on Semigroups of Operators in Curaçao, Netherlands Antilles, August 1992. |
5. Co-organized the conference on Evolution Equations and Applications held at LSU, January 1993. |
6. Co-organized (with F. Neubrander and Lutz Weis) of the International Miniconference on Operator Theory and Evolution Equations held at LSU in March 1994. |
7. Co-organized (with J. R. Dorroh) a Special Session on Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations at the Regional Meeting of the American Mathematical Society in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, March 1996. |
8. Co-organizer of Differential Equations Weekend at The University of Memphis in April 1998. |
9. Co-organizer of Differential Equations Weekend at The University of Memphis in November 1999. |
10. Co-organized (with J. A. Goldstein) a Special Session in Partial Differential Equations at the Regional Meeting of the American Mathematical Society in Memphis, March 1997. |
11. I was one of five people asked to organize a special session at the combined Midwest- Southeastern Atlantic Regional Conference on Differential Equations held at Vanderbilt University in November 1997. |
12. Co-organizer of the Conference on Partial Differential Equations at The University of Memphis in March 2000. |
13. Co-organizer of Differential Equations Weekend at The University of Memphis in September 2002. |
14. Colloquium Chairman (1993-1996) for the Department of Mathematics at LSU and was successful in obtaining external grants to fund a colloquium series in the department. |
15. Co-organizer of weekly seminars in Applied Analysis in the Department of Mathematical Sciences for more than a decade. |
16. I have refereed articles for many journals and many volumes of conference proceedings for Kluwer, Marcel Dekker, and Longman |
17. I have refereed over a dozen National Science Foundation proposals. |
18. I have refereed two solutions of problems which appeared in the Mathematical Monthly published by the Mathematical Association of America. |
19. I have reviewed many mathematical books, at all levels, for various publishers. |
Professional Organizations: |
1. American Mathematical Society. |
2. Mathematical Association of America. |
3. Association for Women in Mathematics. |
4. Edinburgh Mathematical Society. |
CBMS Conference on Cahn-Hilliard Equation: Recent Advances and Applications, National Science Foundation, $35,000, 2018-2019 Southeastern Atlantic Regional Conference on Differential Equations, National Science Foundation, $26,500, 2014 Differential Equations Weekends, National Science Foundation, $14,550, 2008-2014 Invited Professor, University of Bari, ~$6000, May-July 2021 Invited Professor, University of Bari, ~$6000, May-July 2019 Invited Professor,University of Bari, ~$6000, May-July 2018 Invited Research Professor, University of Poitiers, ~$9000, June 2017 Invited Research Professor, University of Poitiers, ~$9000, June 201 5 Invited Research Professor, University of Poitiers, ~$9000, June 2013 Invited Professor, University of Poitiers, ~$9000, June 2011 Invited Research Professor, Ecole Normale Supériere de Cachan, ~$9000, June 2010 Invited Research Professor, University of Poitiers, ~$9000, June 2009 Travel Grant for AIMS Conference, Association for Women in Mathematics, $500 2004 Travel Grant for SEARCDE Conference, National Science Foundation, $400 2019 A Moment Magnitude Seismicity Catalog for the United States East of the Rockies, US Geological Survey , $77,772, 2000-2003 Travel Grant to Workshop on Mathematical Geophysics, National Science Foundation, $1600, August 2000. Travel Grant to Workshop on Mathematical Geophysics, National Science Foundation, $1000, August 1999. Travel Grant to Workshop on Mathematical Geophysics, National Science Foundation, $500, August 1998. |
Operator Theory and Differential Equations, National Science Foundation $ 51,400 1994-1997 Operator Theory and Differential Equations, National Science Foundation $ 5,000 1993 Operator Theory and Differential Equations, National Science Foundation $ 41,000 1991-1993 “Distinguished Lecture Series in Mathematics”, Louisiana Quality Education Support Fund $ 20,000 1991-1994 |
American Mathematical Society Travel Grant American Mathematical Society Travel Grant $ 1,500 August 1990 Travel Grant to attend conference in Bologna, Italy Association for Women in Mathematics $ 2,000 June 1991 Analysis Group Grant, Louisiana Quality Education Support Fund $ 500,000 1986-1990 Travel Grant to attend conference on Nonlinear semigroups in Blaubeuren, Germany Louisiana State University Foundation Grant $ 800 October 1989 Travel Grant to attend conference in Retzhof Austria, National Science Foundation $ 500 June 1989 Travel Grant to Conference on Nonlinear Wave Equations NSF-CBMS $ 300 January 1989 |
Summer Faculty Research Grant Council on Research (LSU) $ 3,000 Summer 1987 Summer Faculty Research Grant Council on Research (LSU) $ 3,000 Summer 1993 Academic Enrichment Funds College of Arts and Sciences $ 1,420 "July 1, 1997- June 30, 1998" Academic Enrichment Funds College of Arts and Sciences $ 1,500 "July1, 1999- June 30, 2000" Academic Enrichment Funds College of Arts and Sciences $ 2000 "July 1, 2002- June 30, 2003" Academic Enrichment Funds College of Arts and Sciences $ 1500 July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006 Academic Enrichment Funds College of Arts and Sciences $ 1200 July 1, 2006-June 30, 2007 |
National Science Foundation Panel, National Science Foundation, 1999 Nonlinear Analysis Real World Applications, Editorial Board, 2011-2014 University of La Rochelle, President of the Jury for the Habilitation of Laurence Cherfils 2011 University of Poitiers, Member of the Jury for the Ph.D. of Sami Injou 2009 University of Bari Organizing Committee for the Conference “PDEs and Semigroups in Applied Analysis 2020-2021 Journal of Applied Functional Analysis Editorial Board 2003-present Journal of Abstract Differential Equations and Applications Editorial Board 2010-end of journal International Journal of Evolution Equations, Editorial Board 2003-present Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society Editorial Board ,2015-present Far East Journal of Applied Mathematics Editorial Board, 1999-2012 National Science Foundation Panel in Division of Mathematical Sciences 1994 American Mathematical Society, Menger Committee [C 1995] [C, 2002] [C, 2004] [C,2006]" "1995-2002 2003-2006 Association of Women in Mathematics, Travel Grant Committee 1993-2002 American Mathematical Society, Judge for International Science and Engineering Fair [C, 1995] [C, 2002] [C, 2004] [C,2006], 2003-2006, 2007-2008 Southeastern Regional Conference on Differential Equations, Steering Committee 1991-1994 2013-2017 |
Judge for Science Fair Raleigh-Egypt Elementary 1997 Judge for Science Fair Raleigh-Egypt Elementary 1998 Lecture for Cantor Sect University of Memphis 2015 Lecture for Cantor Sect University of Memphis 2016 |