PSU Mark
Eberly College of Science Mathematics Department

Computational and Applied Mathematics Colloquium (2011 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.

7 Jan 2011 To Be Announced
14 Jan 2011 To Be Announced
21 Jan 2011Jonathan Cohen, NVIDIAThinking parallel: sparse iterative solvers with CUDA
28 Jan 2011Constantin Bacuta, University of DelawareSchur Complements and applications to Non-Symmetric SPP
4 Feb 2011 To Be Announced
11 Feb 2011Hengguang Li, IMANumerical Techniques for Axisymmetric Problems
18 Feb 2011Anna Mazzucato, Penn StateBoundary layer analysis for non-linear channel flows
25 Feb 2011Xianfan Li, Illinois Institute of TechnologyMorphology of Particles in Stressed Solids
4 Mar 2011Ray Tuminaro, Sandia LabLeveraging Flexibility in Energy Minimization Algebraic Multigrid
11 Mar 2011 To Be Announced
18 Mar 2011Lisa Fauci, TulaneWaving rings and swimming in circles: some lessons learned through biofluiddynamics.
25 Mar 2011Michael Westdickenberg, Georgie TechSticky Particle Dynamics with Interactions
1 Apr 2011John C Schotland, University of MichiganInversion of the Born Series in Optical Tomography
15 Apr 2011Michael Miksis, NorthwesternMoving Boundary Problems Associated with Biopreservation by Desiccation
22 Apr 2011Simon Tavener, Colorado State UniversityA posteriori analysis and adaptive error control for operator decomposition approaches to coupled physics problems
29 Apr 2011Thomas Krainer, Penn State AltoonaThe heat trace, zeta-function, and resolvent of elliptic operators on conic manifolds
6 May 2011Ari Stern, UC San DiegoGeometric variational crimes: Hilbert complexes, finite element exterior calculus, and problems on hypersurfaces
13 May 2011 To Be Announced
26 Aug 2011Alberto Bressan, Penn State U.Optima and Equilibria for a model of traffic flow
2 Sep 2011 No meeting (Labor day week-end)
9 Sep 2011Olesya Grishchenko, Federal ReserveRecent advances in computing general equilibrium models and its application to the asset pricing models with time non-separable preferences
16 Sep 2011Chad Westphal, Wabash CollegeWeighted Norm Least Squares Finite Element Methods for Problems with Singularities
23 Sep 2011Alexandru Ionescu, Princeton UniversityOn the uniqueness of stationary black holes in vacuum
30 Sep 2011Jan Hesthaven, Brown Applied MathReduced models you can believe in
7 Oct 2011Gregor Kovacic, RPIStochastic-Integrable Optical Pulse Dynamics in a Resonant Optical Medium
14 Oct 2011M. Perepelitsa, University of HoustonVanishing viscosity limit from the Navier-Stokes to the Euler equations and measure-valued solutions for scalar conservation laws
21 Oct 2011Luca Heltai, SISSAA general framework for the study of Optimal Stokesian Swimmers
28 Oct 2011Yuxi Zheng, Yeshiva UniversityMixed-type systems of PDE and appropriate initial-boundary value problems
4 Nov 2011Guang Lin, Pacific Northwest National LabUncertainty Quantification Algorithms, Analysis and Applications
11 Nov 2011Michael Neilan, University of PittsburghFinite element methods for singular perturbed PDEs
18 Nov 2011Toan Nguyen, Brown UniversityOn the stability of Prandtl boundary layers and the inviscid limit of the Navier-Stokes equations
25 Nov 2011Young Ju Lee, Rutgers University(Will be rescheduled)
2 Dec 2011Christophe Lacave, Paris 7Well-posedness for Euler 2D in non-smooth domains
9 Dec 2011David Ambrose, Drexel Univ.Two Existence Problems in Interfacial Fluid Dynamics
16 Dec 2011 To Be Announced
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