Computational and Applied Mathematics Colloquium Series

Penn State University
Department of Mathematics
Fridays, 3:35-4:30 PM

106 McAllister Building

Other CAM Seminars:

PDEs and Numerical Methods Seminar Series: a less formal weekly seminar related to research activities at CCMA
The Pritchard Lab seminar: a flexible forum in which scientists of all disciplines can present research where mathematics might contribute.
CAM Luncheon Seminar: a lunch seminar for graduate students to meet and interact with CAM personnels.

Fall 2006

8 Sept   Eliot Fried
 Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
 Washington University
 The Continuum Mechanics of Turbulence: A Generalized Navier-Stokes-alpha Equation with Complete Boundary Conditions

15 Sept    Suzanne Shontz
 Department of Computer Science & Engineering
 Penn State University
 Optimization Techniques for Mesh Warping and Nonlinear Elasticity

22 Sept   Suzanne Lenhart
 Department of Mathematics
 University of Tennessee
 Optimal Control of Integrodifference Population Models

29 Sept   Lawrence Friedman
 Department of Engineering Science and Mechanics
 Penn State
  Order, Randomness and Fluctuations in Heteroepitaxial Quantum Dot Growth

6 Oct   Ivan Yotov
 Department of Mathematics
 University of Pittsburgh
  Mathematical and computational modeling of coupled Stokes and Darcy flows

13 Oct   Luis Chacon
 Theoretical Plasma Physics
 Los Alamos National Laboratory
  On fully implicit methods for extended magnetohydrodynamics

20 Oct   Alan Demlow
 Department of Mathematics
 University of Kentucky
  Pointwise a posteriori estimates for the finite element method

27 Oct   Tong Li
 Department of Mathematics
 University of Iowa
  Critical Thresholds in Relaxation Systems

3 Nov  Ray Tuminaro
Sandia National Laboratories
NOTE: SPECIAL TIME: 11:30-12:30

Maxwell's Equations: Discrete Reformulation and Algebraic Multigrid Solution

10 Nov   Panayot Vassilevski
 Center for Applied Scientific Computing
 Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
  Exact de Rham sequences of finite element spaces on agglomerated elements

17 Nov   Peter Monk
 Department of Mathematical Sciences
 University of Delaware
 Forward and Inverse Rough Surface Scattering

24 Nov   Thanksgiving Holiday
 no colloquium

1 Dec   Gregory Eyink
 Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics
 Whiting School of Engineering
 The Johns Hopkins University
  Incompressible Fluid Turbulence & Generalized Solutions of Euler Equations

8 Dec   Gareth H. McKinley
 Hatsopoulos Microfluids Laboratory
 Department of Mechanical Engineering
 Massachusetts Institute of Technology

NOTE: SPECIAL TIME: 11:15-12:15

  Iterated stretching and multiple beads-on-a-string phenomena in dilute solutions of flexible macromolecules

15 Dec   Yuxi Zheng
 Department of Mathematics
 Penn State University
  Wave Interactions of a Subsystem of the Euler System in 2-D

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