Computational and Applied Mathematics Colloquium Series

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

106 McAllister Building

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 2005

09/02/05
M. Maggioni
Department of Mathematics,     
Yale University

Diffusion wavelets for multiscale analysis
on manifolds and graphs: construction and application

(Time and place : 3:30--4:30pm in the seminar room, 106 McAllister Bldg)
09/09/05
Chun Liu
Department of Mathematics,
Penn State University
On viscoelastic properties of complex fluids
(Time and place : 3:30--4:30pm in the seminar room, 106 McAllister Bldg)
09/16/05
Anja Schlomerkemper
MPI, Leibzig
Lattice-to-continuum approximations at interfaces
(Time and place : 3:30--4:30pm in the seminar room, 106 McAllister Bldg)
09/23/05
Francesco Costanzo
Penn State University

On Stress-Deformation Behavior of Particle Systems
(Time and place : 3:30--4:30pm in the seminar room, 106 McAllister Bldg)
09/30/05
C. Bacuta
Department of Mathematical Sciences,
Univ of Delaware

Partition of Unity Methods for Nonmatching Grids
(Time and place : 3:30--4:30pm in the seminar room, 106 McAllister Bldg)
10/07/05
J. Osborn
Quadrature for Meshless Methods
(Time and place : 3:30--4:30pm in the seminar room, 106 McAllister Bldg)
10/14/05
Estep
Department of Mathematics,
Colorado State Univ, Fort Collins
Generalized Green's Functions and the Effective Domain of Influence
(Time and place : 3:30--4:30pm in the seminar room, 106 McAllister Bldg)
10/24/05
Ronald Hoppe
University of Houston

Convergence Analysis of Adaptive Mixed and Nonconforming Finite Element Methods
(Time and place : 4:30--5:30pm in 202 Osmond)
10/28/05
Thomas F. Russell
Division of Mathematical Sciences,
National Science Foundation

Adjoint methods are particle methods: Implications for Eulerian-Lagrangian modeling of multiphase multicomponet transport
11/04/05
Xuejun Xu
Institue of Computational Mathematcis, Chinese Academy of Sciences

On a Parallel Nonoverlapping Domain Decomposition Method
(Time and place : 3:30--4:30pm in the seminar room, 106 McAllister Bldg)
11/11/05
Congming Li
Univ of Colorado, Boulder
Global Well-Posedness of Some PDE's of Fluid Type
(Time and place : 3:30--4:30pm in the seminar room, 106 McAllister Bldg)
11/18/05
P. Bochev
Sandia National Laboratories
Mimetic Discrete Models with Weak Material Laws, or Least Squares Principles Revisited.
(Time and place : 3:30--4:30pm in the seminar room, 106 McAllister Bldg)
11/25/05
Thanksgiving Holiday

12/02/05
Jinchao Xu
Penn State Univ

Multilevel Iterative Methods for  Large Scale Algebraic Systems
(Time and place : 3:30--4:30pm in the seminar room, 106 McAllister Bldg)


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