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Eberly College of Science Mathematics Department

Computational and Applied Mathematics Colloquium (2010 Archive)

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


This colloquium, following the style discussed on the AMS web site http://www.ams.org/profession/leaders/workshops/gcoll.pdf, 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.


DateSpeaker(s)Title
15 Jan 2010 To Be Announced
22 Jan 2010Connie Shober, U of Central FloridaRogue waves, dissipation, and downshifting
29 Jan 2010Christel Hohenegger, Courant InstituteUnderstanding the Dynamics and Mechanics of Complex Fluids
5 Feb 2010 To Be Announced
12 Feb 2010Aslak Tveito, Oslo, Norway (Simula Lab)Cancelled : Setting off electrical waves in the heart
19 Feb 2010 To Be Announced
26 Feb 2010 To Be Announced
5 Mar 2010Tony Kennedy, The School of Physics and Astronomy at the University of EdinburghIntroduction to Markov Chain Monte Carlo Methods for Quantum Field Theory
12 Mar 2010 To Be Announced
19 Mar 2010Pierre Gremaud, North Carolina State University and SAMSICalibration and validation of cerebral blood flow models
26 Mar 2010Konstantina trivisa, University of MarylandOn the dynamics of multicomponent reactive flows
2 Apr 2010Raytcho Lazarov, Dept of Math, Texas A&M Univ, College StationSubgrid Method for Computing Flows in Highly Heterogeneous Media
9 Apr 2010Sijue Wu, Univ of Michigan, Ann ArborWellposedness of the two and three dimensional full water wave problem
16 Apr 2010J S Chen, Civil & Environmental Engineering Department University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)Meshfree Method for Quantum Mechanics
23 Apr 2010L. Donatella Marini, University of Pavia, ItalyNew model and elements for plates
30 Apr 2010Paul Newton, usc.eduVortex lattice theory: A particle interaction perspective
7 May 2010 To Be Announced
14 May 2010 To Be Announced
20 Aug 2010 To Be Announced
27 Aug 2010 To Be Announced
3 Sep 2010Chun Liu, Penn StateTo Be Announced
10 Sep 2010Weishi Liu, University of KansasCritical structures of singularly perturbed problems.
17 Sep 2010Blanca Ayuso de Dios, CRM, Barcelona SpainCanonical decompositions for Discontinuous Galerkin methods and Preconditioning
24 Sep 2010Geng Chen, Department of Mathematics, Penn StateGradient Blowup for Compressible Euler and Nonlinear Wave Equations
1 Oct 2010Steve Jardin, Princeton Plasma Physics LabAN EFFICIENT HIGH-ORDER IMPLICIT ALGORITHM FOR 3D MAGNETOHYDRODYNAMIC STUDIES OF STRONGLY MAGNETIZED PLASMAS USING C1 FINITE ELEMENTS
8 Oct 2010Will Noid, Department of Chemistry, Penn StateGeometric perspective on determining accurate and transferable 
coarse-grained models from structures
15 Oct 2010Jun Hu, Peking University, ChinaAdaptive nonconforming finite element methods
22 Oct 2010Paul Feehan, RutgersAmerican-style options, stochastic volatility, and degenerate parabolic variational inequalities
29 Oct 2010Chris Duffy, Civil Engineering, Penn StateStrategies for numerical prediction of the terrestrial water cycle
5 Nov 2010Lili Ju, University of South CarolinaAn Edge-Weighted Centroidal Voronoi Tessellation Model For Image Segmentation
12 Nov 2010Markus Deserno, Carnegie MellonSystematic coarse-graining of a chemically specific solvent-free lipid membrane
19 Nov 2010Chongchun Zeng, Georgia TechDynamic spike solutions to a singular parabolic equation
26 Nov 2010Thanksgiving HolidayTo Be Announced
3 Dec 2010Darren Crowdy, Imperial College, UKA new calculus for ideal fluid dynamics
7 Dec 2010
MB315

3:45am - 4:45am
Zuowei ShenWavelet Frames and Applications
7 Dec 2010
3:45pm - 4:45pm
Zuowei ShenWavelet Frames and Applications
10 Dec 2010Yao Chen, Department of Mathematics, Penn StateAlgebraic Multigrid Methods Based on Subgraph Matching with Applications to Anisotropic Problems
17 Dec 2010 To Be Announced
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