Selected invited presentations at
conferences and seminars by Hassan Sedaghat

1.
“Implications of inter-stage
interactions for extinction and the Allee region in
an age-structured population model”, the Special Session of the American
Mathematical Society on *Real Discrete
Dynamical Systems and Applications*,
Joint Mathematics Meetings, Atlanta, January 2017

2.
“On planar systems that model
stage-structured populations,” American Mathematical Society Special
Session on *Difference Equations and
Applications*, Georgetown University, Washington, DC, March 2015

3.
“Reducibility of planar
systems,” the Special Session of the American Mathematical Society on *Difference Equations and Applications*, Joint Mathematics Meetings, Baltimore, January
2014

4.
“Solving
linear difference equations in rings using reduction of order,” in the
special session *Difference Equations and
Applications* of the American Mathematical Society – Joint Mathematics Meetings, San Diego, January 2013

5.
“Global
attractivity and semiconjugacy,” plenary talk
given at the international conference: *Progress
On Difference Equations (PODE)*, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond,
May 2012

6.
“Discrete dynamical
systems and difference equations: A modern perspective” presented at the *Discrete Dynamics Seminar*, Virginia
Commonwealth University, September 2011

CV (contains the list of invited talks at national and international venues)