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Eberly College of Science Mathematics Department

Computational and Applied Mathematics Colloquium (2009 Archive)

Fridays from 03:35pm to 04:25pm in MB106

This colloquium, following the style discussed on the AMS web site, focuses on a broad question in the field or discusses a specific question in a general way to facilitate a conversation between researchers (including graduate students) with different areas of expertise. The talk is 50 minutes long plus about 10 minutes for questions.
The schedule of speakers is below.

23 Jan 2009David Ambrose , Drexel UniversityTime-Periodic Solutions of the Benjamin-Ono Equation
30 Jan 2009Ping Zhang, Chinese Academy of SciencesStability to the global large solutions of 3-D Navier-Stokes
6 Feb 2009Annalisa Buffa , CNR, Pavia, ItalySee lunch talk
13 Feb 2009Qiang Du, but at lunch time, PSUNo-talk, but see Qiang Du's lunch talk
20 Feb 2009Tai-Chia Lin, National Taiwan UniversityOrbital stability of bound states of nonlinear Schrodinger equations with linear and nonlinear optical lattices
27 Feb 2009
Benedetto Piccoli, Istituto per le Applicazioni del Calcolo, Rome, ItalyTraffic flow and intelligent motions of large groups
6 Mar 2009Björn Sandstede, Division of Applied Mathematics, Brown UniversityNonlinear stability of time-periodic viscous shocks
13 Mar 2009Spring Break - No colloquium, No talkSpring Break - No colloquium
20 Mar 2009Steven Wise, UTKEnergy Stable and Convergent Schemes for the Phase Field Crystal (PFC) and Modified Phase Field Crystal (MPFC) Equations
27 Mar 2009Volker Elling, University of MichiganNon-uniqueness of entropy solutions and the carbuncle phenomenon
3 Apr 2009Camillo de Lellis, U. ZurichWeak solutions to Euler equations based on the Baire category method(tentative)
10 Apr 2009No talkCancelled
17 Apr 2009 Open
24 Apr 2009Jill Pipher, Brown UniversityAbsolute continuity of elliptic measure
1 May 2009Kaushik Dayal, Carnegie Mellon UniversityMechanics of Active Materials with Long-Range Interactions
11 May 2009
3:35pm - 4:25pm
 To Be Announced
18 May 2009
3:35pm - 4:25pm
 To Be Announced
25 May 2009
3:35pm - 4:25pm
 To Be Announced
1 Jun 2009
3:35pm - 4:25pm
 To Be Announced
8 Jun 2009
3:35pm - 4:25pm
 To Be Announced
15 Jun 2009
3:35pm - 4:25pm
 To Be Announced
21 Aug 2009 To Be Announced
28 Aug 2009 To Be Announced
4 Sep 2009C. Armando Duarte, University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignA Generalized Finite Element Method for Multiscale Simulations
11 Sep 2009Lyle Long, Department of Aerospace Engineering, Penn StateComputational Neuroscience using Spiking Neural Networks
18 Sep 2009 To Be Announced
25 Sep 2009Gregor Kovacic, Rensselaer Polytechnic InstituteFokker-Planck Description for Noisy Neuronal Network Dynamics
2 Oct 2009Harald Hanche-Olsen, Norwegian University of Science and TechnologyVacuum on the highway
9 Oct 2009Melvin Leok, Department of Mathematics, University of California, San DiegoLie group and homogeneous variational integrators and their applications to geometric optimal control theory
16 Oct 2009Frank Deutsch, Department of Mathematics, Penn StateArbitrarily slow convergence of sequences of linear operators
23 Oct 2009Marco Avellaneda, Courant Institute, New York UniversityStatistical Arbitrage in the U.S. Equities Market
30 Oct 2009James Rossmanith, Department of Mathematics, University of WisconsinDiscontinuous Galerkin Methods for Problems in Plasma Physics
6 Nov 2009Scott Miller, Applied Research Laboratory, Penn StateAn overview of spacetime discontinuous Galerkin methods
13 Nov 2009Mary Ann Horn, NSF and Department of Mathematics, Vanderbilt UniversityMathematical Modeling of Cellular Signaling in Macrophages: Understanding the Pathways
20 Nov 2009Mitchell Luskin, School of Mathematics, University of MinnesotaPredictive and Efficient Atomistic to Continuum Hybrid Methods
27 Nov 2009No talkThanksgiving break
4 Dec 2009Antonio Sa Barreto, Department of Mathematics, Purdue UniversityAsymptotics of solutions to the wave equation on asymptotically Euclidean and asymptotically hyperbolic manifolds
11 Dec 2009 To Be Announced
18 Dec 2009James P. Kelliher, University of California, RiversideInfinite-energy 2D statistical solutions to the equations of incompressible fluids
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