Mondays from 12:20pm to 01:10pm 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
11 Jan 2016 Xiantao Li The derivations of generalized heat conduction models
18 Jan 2016 To Be Announced
25 Jan 2016 cancelled
1 Feb 2016 To Be Announced
8 Feb 2016 Pierre-Emmanuel Jabin, University of Maryland To Be Announced
15 Feb 2016 Dong Li What is new for incompressible Euler?
22 Feb 2016 Xiaobing H. Feng, University of Tennessee Phase field formulations and their numerical approximations of deterministic and stochastic mean curvature flows
29 Feb 2016 Juhi Jang, University of Southern California Introduction to self-gravitating fluids
7 Mar 2016 spring break
14 Mar 2016 Olivier Pinaud, Colorado State University Asymptotics of the random Schrodinger equation and numerics
21 Mar 2016 Timothy Reluga Country life, city life, and modernity's emerging infectious disease risk
28 Mar 2016 Alexis F. Vasseur, University of Texas Relative entropy and stability for conservation laws
4 Apr 2016 Serge Nicaise, Universite' de Valenciennes, France Introduction to FEM
11 Apr 2016 Yao Yao, Georgia Tech A PDE Model for chemotaxis
18 Apr 2016 Konstantinos Spiliop, Boston University Escaping from an attractor: importance sampling and rest points
25 Apr 2016 Dimitri Burago, Penn State On discretization in PDEs and Geometry
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