Applied Mathematics Colloquium

The Applied Mathematics Colloquium meets on selected Tuesday afternoons during the academic year, from 2:45-3:45 p.m., in Room 214 Mudd (unless otherwise noted).

Fall 2017 Coordinators: Qiang Du & Kyle Mandli

Benjamin Seibold, Temple University
"Phantom Traffic Jams, Autonomous Vehicles, and the Future of Traffic Modeling"
Host: Kyle Mandli

Craig Michoski, University of Texas, Austin
"The Blended Isogeometric Discontinuous Galerkin Method in Exascale Computing"
Host: Kyle Mandli

Joint Applied Mathematics Colloquium / SEAS Colloquium in Climate Science
Michael Ghil, Ecole Normale Supérieure & UCLA
"Climate Change & Climate Variability: A Unified Mathematical Framework"
Host: Michael Tippett

Talea Mayo, University of Central Florida
"Hurricane Storm Surge Modeling: Prediction, Risk Analysis, and Uncertainty Reduction"
Host: Kyle Mandli 

Zhiming Chen, Chinese Academy of Sciences
"The Reverse Time Migration Method for Inverse Scattering Problems"
Host: Qiang Du

Clint Dawson, University of Texas
"High Performance Computing and Algorithms for Hurricane Storm Surge Modeling: Current State and Future Outlook"
Host: Kyle Mandli

Darren Engwirda, NASA GISS
Host: Kyle Mandli


Distinguish Applied Mathematics Colloquium

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Applied Mathematics Colloquium History

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