PSU Mark
Eberly College of Science Mathematics Department

CCMA Luncheon Seminar (2008 Archive)

Fridays from 12:15pm to 01:25pm 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.


DateSpeaker(s)Title
25 Jan 2008Guangri Xue, Penn State UniversityMathematical Modeling and Computation of Subsurface Flow and Fuel Cells
1 Feb 2008James AndersonQuantum Monte Carlo
8 Feb 2008Jesse Barlow, Penn State University, Computer Science & EngineeringREORTHOGONALIZATION FOR ACCURATE SINGULAR VALUES IN LANCZOS BIDIAGONAL REDUCTION
15 Feb 2008De Witt Sumners, Florida State UniversityCalculating the Secrets of Life: Mathematics in Biology and Medicine
22 Feb 2008Keith Promislow, Michigan State UniversitySemi-strong pulse interactions in reaction diffusion systems, the Renormalization Group approach.
29 Feb 2008Gui-Qiang Chen, Northwestern UniversityShock Waves and Reflection-Diffraction Phenomena
7 Mar 2008Ken S. Chen, Sandia National LaboratoriesA Glimpse of Computational Modeling/Simulation Activities at Sandia's Engineering Sciences Center
14 Mar 2008Spring Break, no talkTo Be Announced
21 Mar 2008Andrew Christlieb, Michigan State UniversityTo Be Announced
4 Apr 2008David Levermore, University of MarylandIntroduction to Model Reduction
11 Apr 2008Igor Kukavica, University of Southern CaliforniaIntroduction to regularity and partial regularity for the Navier-Stokes equations
18 Apr 2008Junping Wang, Division of Mathematical Sciences, National Science FoundationTBA
25 Apr 2008
MB106
Wen Shen, Penn State UniversityOn a model of granular flow
2 May 2008Jun Zhang, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York UniversityFreely Moving Structures Interacting with Thermal Convection
12 Sep 2008Reza Malek-Madani, U. S. Naval AcademyExperiences with seeking research funds
19 Sep 2008Warren Weckesser, Enthought, Inc.The Kermack-McKendrick Integral Equations: An Introduction
3 Oct 2008Kris Jenssen, Penn State UniversityHow to construct systems of conservation laws with prescribed geometry
10 Oct 2008Steve Dong, Purdue UniversitySuppression of Karman Vortex Streets and Vortex Induced Vibrations
24 Oct 2008
262 Willard
Jean-Luc Guermond, Texas A&MConstruction techniques for suitable weak solutions for the 3D incompressible Navier-Stokes equations
31 Oct 2008Dirk Hundertmark, University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignIntroduction to "Why are dirty metals bad conductors?"
7 Nov 2008Edriss Titi, UC Irvine and Weizmann InstituteWho needs a mathematician when one has a powerful computer?
21 Nov 2008Elena Kartashova, Johannes Kepler University, Linz, AustriaIntroduction to the theory of nonlinear resonances
28 Nov 2008Thanksgiving break, no talkTo Be Announced
5 Dec 2008
262 Willard
Robin Young, University of Massachusetts, AmherstInteractions of Strong Shocks
12 Dec 2008Vadim Zharnitsky, University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignStrichartz inequalities and best constants
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