Mondays from 12:20pm to 01:30pm in MB114
Designed mainly for graduate students interested in computational and
applied mathematics and related areas, this seminar usually gives an
introduction to a research topic without assuming the audience has any
prior knowledge on the topic, and, in most cases offers an introduction
to the CAM Colloquium by, for example, defining basic concepts
important to the Colloquium talk.
The seminar is 30 minutes long, followed by a discussion over lunch.
The schedule of speakers is below.
Date Speaker(s) Title
13 Jan 2014 Jinchao Xu, Pennsylvania State University Numerical Methods for Multi-Physics Problems
20 Jan 2014 No seminar
27 Jan 2014 Roger Temam, Indiana University--Bloomington Cancelled due to weather
3 Feb 2014 Alessio Figalli, University of Texas at Austin Optimal transport theory, with some applications
10 Feb 2014 Gautam Iyer, Carnegie Mellon University What is weak convergence
17 Feb 2014 Tyrus Berry, Penn State University Diffusion Maps for data-driven dimensionality reduction
24 Feb 2014 Arnold Reusken, INSTITUT FÜR GEOMETRIE UND PRAKTISCHE MATHEMATIK Discretization of PDEs on evolving interfaces
3 Mar 2014 Vlad Vicol, Princeton University A brief introduction to fluid turbulence.
17 Mar 2014 Xiaofeng Liu, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, PSU Got PDEs to solve? Try the open source computational physics platform OpenFOAM
24 Mar 2014 To Be Announced
31 Mar 2014 Russel Caflisch, University of California, Los Angeles Variational Principles and Sparsity in Imaging, Compressed Sensing and PDEs
7 Apr 2014 Keith Promislow, Michigan State University To Be Announced
14 Apr 2014 Tzanio Kolev, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory To Be Announced
21 Apr 2014 Katy Craig, Rutgers University To Be Announced
28 Apr 2014 Hans G Othmer, University of Minnesota An introduction to current problems in modeling cell motility
5 May 2014 To Be Announced
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