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Revision as of 13:01, 5 March 2015

Applied and Computational Mathematics Seminar

Spring 2015 Semester

date speaker title host(s)
Jan 23 Irene Kyza (U Dundee) Adaptivity and blowup detection for semilinear evolution convection-diffusion equations based on a posteriori error control Shi Jin
Jan 30 Daniel Vimont (UW) Linear Inverse Modeling of Central and East Pacific El Niño / Southern Oscillation (ENSO) Events Sam, Saverio
Feb 13 Saverio Spagnolie (UW) Sedimentation in viscous fluids: flexible filaments and boundary effects
Feb 20 Jonathan Freund (U Illinois) Adjoint-based optimization for understanding and reducing flow noise Saverio
Feb 27 Markos Katsoulakis (U Mass Amherst) Information Theory methods for parameter sensitivity and coarse-graining of high-dimensional stochastic dynamics Shi Jin
Mar 6 Frederic Coquel (Ecole Polytechnique Paris) Jin and Xin's Relaxation Framework with Defect Measure Corrections Shi Jin
Mar 13 Lisa Fauci (Tulane) TBA Saverio
Mar 20 Paulo Arratia (U Penn) TBA Saverio
Wed. Mar 25, VV 321 Tao Zhou (Chinese Academy of Sciences) The Christoffel function weighted least-squares for stochastic collocation approximations: applications to Uncertainty Quantification Shi Jin
Apr 3 Spring break
Wed. Apr 8, VV 321 Bin Cheng (University of Surrey) TBA Shi Jin
Apr 10 Murad Banaji (University of Portsmouth) Nonexpansivity in chemical reaction networks Craciun
Apr 17 Stephen Wright (UW) TBA Saverio
Apr 24 Thomas Powers (Brown) TBA Saverio
May 1 Elaine Spiller (Marquette) TBA Budisic

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