Computational and Applied Mathematics Luncheon Seminar,
Spring 2004

 

 

Penn State University, Department of Mathematics
41 McAllister Building (basement)
Friday, 12:15pm-1:15pm


This informal 30-minute seminar is designed to allow students to meet and interact with CAM researchers and outside visitors. While technically at an introductory graduate level, the seminar addresses front-line research problems.


DATESPEAKER TITLE
01/23/04 Alberto Bressan
Penn State
Blow-up for reaction-diffusion equations
01/30/04 Anna Mazzucato
Penn State
Some local existence results for the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations
02/06/04 Stephanos Venakides
Duke University
Mathematical Modeling of Drosophila Morphogenesis: Dorsal Closure
02/13/04 Helge Kristian Jenssen
NC State University
Navier-Stokes equations for compressible fluids
02/20/04 Young-Ju Lee
Penn State
New Numerical Techniques for Some non-Newtonian Flow Models
02/27/04 Adrian Constantin
Lund University
Solitons
03/5/04 no talk

03/19/04 Qiang Du
Penn State
Phase field models for vesicle biomembranes
03/26/04 Chun Liu
Penn State
TBA
04/02/04 Weinan E
Princeton University
What is multiscale modeling?
04/09/04 Tai-Ping Liu
Stanford University
Boltzmann equation, an introduction
04/16/04 Yingjie Liu
Georgia Inst of Tech
Backward Error Compensation for Transportation Equations with Application to the Level Set Method
04/23/04 Robert Hardt
Rice University, Houston
Isoperimetric problems in polyhedra (e.g. minimize length to "enclose" a given 3d volume)
04/30/04 Constantin Bacuta
Penn State
Adaptive Grid Refinement Procedure

 


Previous schedules:
Fall 2003.

 

 


Last modified: Fri Apr 30 09:21:06 EDT 2004 by
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