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Revision as of 19:41, 14 April 2011

  • When: Fridays at 2:25pm
  • Where: 901 Van Vleck Hall


Spring 2011 Semester

Date Speaker Title (click to see abstract) Host
Mathematics Colloqium
April 15 (Friday at 4pm, B239 Van Vleck)
Max Gunzburger,
Florida State University
A nonlocal vector calculus and finite element methods for nonlocal diffusion and mechanics James Rossmanith
April 27 (Wednesday) Michael Holst,
UC San Diego
TBA Shi Jin
April 29 (Friday) Smadar Karni,
University of Michigan
Numerical approximation of shock waves in non-conservative hyperbolic systems James Rossmanith
Special Time, Day, and Location
May 2 (Monday, 2:15pm, WID 2329)
Vageli Coutsias,
University of New Mexico
TBA Julie Mitchell
May 4 (Wednesday) Tim Barth,
NASA Ames
TBA James Rossmanith


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