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Revision as of 11:52, 11 November 2016

Applied and Computational Mathematics Seminar

Fall 2016

date speaker title host(s)
Sept. 2 Nicolas Seguin (Universite Nantes) Non-hydrostatic extension of classical shallow-water models Jin
Wed. Sept. 7 Rich Kerswell (Bristol University) Using optimization to reveal scaling laws in turbulent flows Waleffe
Sept. 23 Yalchin Efendiev (TAMU) A generalized multiscale model reduction technique for heterogeneous problems Li
Sept. 30 Michael Ferris (Madison) Fish, cows, fields of fuel and optimization Spagnolie
Oct. 7 Nick Moore (FSU) How bodies erode and dissolve in fluid flows Spagnolie
Oct. 14 Gwynn Elfring (UBC) An active particle in a complex fluid Spagnolie
Oct. 21 Jacob Bedrossian (Maryland) Nonlinear echoes and Landau damping with insufficient regularity Li
Wed. Oct. 26 Clemens Heitzinger (Vienna Technical University) Stochastic partial differential equations with applications in nanotechnology Jin
Oct. 28 Benjamin Peherstorfer (Madison) Optimal sampling in multifidelity Monte Carlo estimation for efficient uncertainty propagation Jean-Luc/Qin
Nov. 4 Ophelia Venturelli (Madison) Reverse engineering human gut microbiome synthetic ecologies Jean-Luc
Nov. 11 Yu Gu (Stanford) Fluctuations in stochastic homogenization -- when is the formal two-scale expansion valid? Li
Nov. 18 Enkeleida Lushi (Courant) Collective motion and mixing in suspensions of micro-rotors Spagnolie
Nov. 25 Thanksgiving recess
Dec. 2 Jun Zhang (Courant) TBA Spagnolie

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