Applied Mathematics Colloquium 1984-1985

Coordinator: C.K. Chu

9/10/84
Herbert Keller, California Institute of Technology
"Path Following, Complex Bifurcation, and Application to Fluid Dynamics"

10/1/84
Mark Mangel, University of California, Davis
"The Search for a Randomly Moving Object"

10/22/84

Dan Cacuci, Oak Ridge National Lab
"Efficient Sensitivity Analysis of Large Nonlinear Systems with Feedback"

12/10/84
Giancarlo Benettin, University of Padua
"Classical Perturbation Theory and Numerical Results for a Model of Weakly Coupled Rotators"

2/11/85

Hassan Aref, Brown University
"Chaotic Vortex Flows in 2-Dimensions"

3/28/85
Keith Moffat, Cambridge University
"Magnetostatic Equilibria and Analogous Euler Flows of Arbitrarily Complex Topology"

4/22/85

D. Bessis, Georgia Tech
"Existence and Nonexistence of Natural Boundaries in Non Inegrable Systems"

4/17-19/85
J.D. Fournier, CNRS / Nice / Columbia University
"Intro to Statistical Fluid Dynamics & Burgers' Equation"

5/6/85
Julian Cole, Rensselaer
"Transonic Area Rule Revisited"

5/24/85

Yu Lan Zhu, Beijing/Caltech
"Recent Progress in Singularity Separating Methods"

6/20/85
Pei Yuan Chou, Peking University
"Homogenous Isotrophic Turbulence"

6/25/85
Pei Yuan Chou, Peking University
"General Shear Turbulence"
 


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