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Eberly College of Science Mathematics Department

The Pritchard Lab Seminar (2008 Archive)

Mondays from 11:15am to 12:15pm in MB106

The Pritchard Lab seminar provides a flexible forum in which scientists of all disciplines can present research problems to which mathematics might contribute. It is sponsored by and associated with the W. G. Pritchard Fluid Mechanics Laboratory, and is held in 315 McAllister Building.
DateSpeaker(s)Title
4 Feb 2008David M. Bortz
Dept of Applied Mathematics
University of Colorado
Flocculating Infectious Bacteria: Smoluchowski and Sepsis
11 Feb 2008Krishna Jayakar
Dept of Telecommunications
Penn State
Economic Models of International Film Trade
31 Mar 2008Takis Konstantopoulos
School of Mathematical & Computer Sciences
Heriot-Watt University
SPQR - Skorokhod, Palm, Queueing, and Reflection
7 Apr 2008Mahesh Bandi
Center for Nonlinear Studies
Los Alamos National Labs
Lagrangian Power Fluctuations in Two-Dimensional Turbulence
14 Apr 2008John Fricks
Department of Statistics
Penn State
Beads in Mucus, Generalized Langevin Equations, and State Space Models
21 Apr 2008Eric R. Weeks
Department of Physics
Emory University
The Colloidal Glass Transition in Tight Spaces
8 Sep 2008Enrique Soto
Dept of Mathematics
Penn State University
Air Bubbles Rising in Non-Newtonian Fluids
3 Nov 2008
MB216

2:30pm - 3:30pm
Laurent Courbin
School of Engineering & Applied Sciences
Harvard University
From Bouncing to Splashing: Impact of Rigid Spheres and Liquid Droplets on Elastic Membranes
10 Nov 2008Darrell Velegol
Dept of Chemical Engineering
Penn State
Two Tales of Colloidal Eigenvalues
19 Nov 2008
2:30pm - 3:25pm
Anne De Wit
Center for Nonlinear Phenomena
Université Libre de Bruxelles - Belgium
Hydrodynamic Instabilities around Simple A+B->C Chemical Fronts
8 Dec 2008
MB216

2:30pm - 3:30pm
Oliver Steinbock
Dept of Chemistry & Biochemistry
Florida State University
Three-dimensional Waves in Excitable Systems
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If you have a speaker to suggest for this series, please contact Andrew Belmonte (belmonte "at" math.psu.edu) or Tim Reluga (treluga "at" math.psu.edu)