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Mark A. McKibben

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Mark A. McKibben

Office: UNA 113
Phone: (610) 436-2148
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E-mail: mMcKibben@wcupa.edu

Professional Talks

  1. Abstract measure-dependent stochastic evolution equations, American Mathematical Society Annual Meeting, Special Session on Stochastic Differential Equations, Jan 2011 – invited talk.
  2. McKean-Vlasov stochastic equations: Past, present, and future directions, 34th SIAM Southeastern-Atlantic Conference, Symposium on Stochastic Models and Applications, Raleigh, NC, March 2010 – invited symposium talk.
  3. Stochastic evolution equations driven by fBm, 6th International Conference on DE and Dynamical Systems Talk, May 2008 – invited talk
  4. McKean-Vlasov equations driven by fractional Brownian motion, American Mathematical Society Annual Meeting, Special Session on Stochastic Hybrid Systems, Jan 2008 – invited talk.
  5. On a class of abstract McKean-Vlasov stochastic evolution equations under general growth conditions, American Mathematical Society Annual Meeting, Special Session on Stochastic, Large-Scale, and Hybrid Systems, Atlanta, Georgia, January 2005 – invited talk.
  6. First- and second-order abstract functional stochastic evolution equations, American Mathematical Society Midwestern Section Meeting: Special Session on Differential Equations and Optimal Control, Athens, OH, March 2004 – invited talk.
  7. On a class of functional integro-differential stochastic evolution equations, American Mathematical Society Annual Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland, Jan. 2003.
  8. Approximate controllability results for a class of abstract second-order functional evolution equations in Banach spaces, The Fourth International Conference on Dynamical Systems and Differential Equations: Session on Control Theory, University of North Carolina at Wilmington, May 24 – 27, 2002 – invited talk.
  9. Technology, curriculum, and pedagogy: the common braid, (co-presented with Joan Morrison and Bernadette Tutinas), “Best Practices in Teaching with Technology,” Goucher College, March 2001.
  10. Controllability of abstract evolution systems with nonlocal initial data, American Mathematical Society Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, Jan. 2001.
  11. Existence results for a class of nonlocal semi-linear Volterra equations, International Workshop on Differential Equations and Optimal Control, Ohio University, Athens, OH, May 2000 – invited talk.
  12. Existence theory for a class of abstract nonlinear nonlocal integro-differential equations in Banach spaces, American Mathematical Society Southeastern Sectional Meeting #954: Special Session on Nonlinear Differential Equations and their Applications, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, April 2000 – invited talk.
  13. Semi-linear Volterra integro-differential equations with nonlocal initial conditions, American Mathematical Society Annual Meeting: Special Session on Integral Equations and their Applications, Washington, D.C., Jan. 2000 – invited talk.
  14. A phase field model with memory, American Mathematical Society Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, Jan. 1999.
  15. On a class of semilinear evolution equations, TULKA Workshop on Linear Semigroups and Evolution Equations, Heinrich-Fabri Institute, Blaubeuren, Germany, July 1998.
  16. Existence results for a class of abstract nonlocal Cauchy problems, American Mathematical Society Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD, Jan. 1998.
  17. Existence results for a class of abstract nonlocal Cauchy problems Second-order quasi-linear evolution equations related to Kirchoff’s law, Differential Equations    Seminar, Ohio University, March 1997.
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