Computational and Applied Mathematics
Luncheon Seminar

Department of Mathematics,   Penn State University
Spring 2005

320 Whitmore Laboratory
Fridays, 12:20pm-1:30pm

This informal 30-minute seminar is designed to allow students to meet and interact with CAM researchers and outside visitors. While technically at an introductory graduate level, the seminar addresses front-line research problems.

01/14/05 Kristian Jenssen
Department of Mathematics, North Carolina State University
Singular behavior for solutions to conservation laws
01/21/05 Shiyi Chen
Department of Mathematics, Johns Hopkins University
An Introduction to Multiscale Simulation of Micro- and Nano-Fluidics
01/28/05 Yaxiang Yuan
Institute of Computational Mathematics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Step Sizes for the Steepest Descent Direction Method, Time Change: 11:50am-1:30pm
02/4/05 Jim Brasseur
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Penn State University
Fundamental Physics Underlying Polymer Drag Reduction from Homogenous DNS Turbulence
02/11/05 Yang Kuang
Department of Mathematics, Arizona State University
Mathematical and Computational Biology Program at ASU
02/18/05 Gunnar Martinsson
Department of Mathematics, Yale University
02/25/05 Shi Jin
Department of Mathematics, University of Wisconsin, Madison
03/4/05 De-Xing Kong
Department of Mathematics, Jiao Tong University, Shanghai
03/18/05 Tony Lelievre
Department of Mathematics, University of Montreal, Canada
03/25/05 Franco Rampazzo
Dipartimento de Matematica Pura ed Applicata, Universita di Padova, Italy
04/1/05 Stefano Bianchini
S.I.S.S.A., Trieste, Italy
04/8/05 Daniel Szyld
Department of Mathematics, Temple University, Philadelphia
Introduction to Krylov Subspace Methods
04/15/05 Susan Friedlander
Department of Mathematics, University of Illinois, Chicago
The Tale of Two Olgas
04/22/05 Alberto Bressan
Department of Mathematics, Penn State University
Optimal Transportation Metrics and Non-linear Wave Equations
04/29/05 Huang Feimin
Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing

Previous schedules:
Fall 2004 | Spring 2004 | Fall 2003