Applied/Physical Applied Math/Spring2020
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Spring 2020
date | speaker | title |
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Jan. 30 | Jean-Luc | Organizational meeting; Homogenization of a periodic lattice |
Feb. 6 | Gage | Krasilov et al., Growing random sequences Makover and McGowan, An elementary proof that random Fibonacci sequences grow exponentially |
Feb. 13 | Faculty Meeting | |
Feb. 20 | Saverio | Greengard and Jiang, A New Mixed Potential Representation for Unsteady, Incompressible Flow |
Feb. 27 | Faculty (EC) Meeting | |
Mar. 5 | Wil | Implicit surfaces and the closest point problem |
Mar. 12 | cancelled | |
Mar. 19 | Saverio | Primer on SIR models and the epidemic |
Mar. 26 3:30pm | Jean-Luc | Shape Matters: Homogenization for a confined Brownian microswimmer (seminar at Princeton) |
Apr. 2 | Faculty Meeting | |
Apr. 9 | Ruifu | Texier, Fluctuations of the product of random matrices and generalised Lyapunov exponent notes |
Apr. 16 | Jean-Luc | Fluctuating dumbbell swimmer |
Apr. 23 | Son | Allaire, Homogenization and Two-Scale Convergence |