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).

Spring 2015 seminars

Evan Gawlik, Stanford University
"Numerical Methods for Problems with Moving Boundaries"

Changho Kim, Brown University
"Analysis and Simulation of Molecular Systems: Memory Function Approach, Effects of Confinement, and Uncertainty Quantification"

Vincent Quenneville-Belair, University of Minnesota
"A New Approach to Finite Element Simulation of General Relativity"

Leonardo Andres Zepeda Nunez, MIT
"The Method of Polarized Traces: How to Solve the High Frequency Helmholtz Equation in Sublinear Runtime"

Thursday, 1:30 PM, 210 Mudd (APAM Conference Room)
Irene M. Gamba, The University of Texas at Austin
"Analytical and Numerical Issues for Vlasov-Poisson-Landau Systems"

Mitchell Luskin, University of Minnesota
"Overcoming Temporal and Spatial Multiscale Challenges in Materials Modeling and Computing"

Jichun Li, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
"Mathematical Analysis and Time-domain Simulation of Invisibility Cloaks with Metamaterials"

Thursday, 2:45 PM, Room 214 Mudd
Catherine Gorle, Civil Engineering, Columbia University
"Predictive flow simulations for the development of sustainable urban environments"

Wenjia Jing, University of Chicago
"Homogenization of Hamilton-Jacobi equations in dynamic random media"

Christian Schmeiser, University of Vienna

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Applied Mathematics Colloquium History

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