Computational and Applied Mathematics Colloquium Series

Penn State University
Department of Mathematics
Fridays, 3:30-4:30 PM
320 Whitmore Laboratory

Other CAM Seminars:

PDEs and Numerical Methods Seminar Series: a less formal weekly seminar related to research activities at CCMA
The Pritchard Lab seminar: a flexible forum in which scientists of all disciplines can present research where mathematics might contribute.
CAM Luncheon Seminar: a lunch seminar for graduate students to meet and interact with CAM personnels.

Fall 2004

09/10/04 Ronghua Pan
School of Mathematics, Georgia Tech, Atlanta, USA
Darcy's law in isentropic porous media flows
(Time and place : 3:30--4:30pm in the seminar room, 320 Whitmore Bldg)
9/17/04 Victor Nistor
Penn State University
Equations on "real life" domains
(Time and place : 3:30--4:30pm in the seminar room, 320 Whitmore Bldg)
9/24/04 Martin Dindos
Brown University
The stationary Navier-Stokes system in nosmooth manifolds.
(Time and place : 3:30--4:30pm in the seminar room, 320 Whitmore Bldg)
10/8/04 Robin Young
University of Massachussetts at Amherst
Isentropic Gas Dynamics with Large BV Data
(Time and place : 3:30--4:30pm in the seminar room, 320 Whitmore Bldg)
10/15/04 Jerrold Bebernes
University of Colorado, Boulder
Shear Band Formation for a Non-local Model of Thermo-Viscoelastic Flows
(Time and place : 3:30--4:30pm in the seminar room, 320 Whitmore Bldg)
10/22/04 Howie Weiss
Penn State University
How Smooth is Your Wavelet?
(Time and place : 3:30--4:30pm in the seminar room, 320 Whitmore Bldg)
10/29/04 Helge Holden
Norwegian University of Science and Technolugy, Trondheim
Operator splitting, fast methods, and applications
(Time and place : 3:30--4:30pm in the seminar room, 320 Whitmore Bldg)
11/12/04 Chi-Wang Shu
Division of Applied Mathematics, Brown University
Local Discontinuous Galerkin Methods for Nonlinear Dispersive Wave Equations
(Time and place : 3:30--4:30pm in the seminar room, 320 Whitmore Bldg)
11/19/04 I. Aranson
Argonne National Laboratories
Order parameter description of dense granular flows
(Time and place : 3:30--4:30pm in the seminar room, 320 Whitmore Bldg)
12/3/04 Mihalis Dafermos
Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics, University of Cambridge, U.K.
The geometry and analysis of black holes, Price's law, and the strong cosmic censorship conjecture.
(Time and place : 3:30--4:30pm in the seminar room, 320 Whitmore Bldg)


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