Colorado State University  Mathematical

Theoretical and computational problems for the equations of the ocean and the atmosphere

By  Roger Temam
From  Indiana U., Bloomington, IN
When  October 22, 2007
Where  Engr. E 204
Abstract  In this lecture we will present some theoretical and computational problems encountered in the equations of the ocean and the atmosphere. The theoretical results include questions of existence and uniqueness of solution for the Primitive Equations of the Ocean and the Atmosphere in the absence of viscosity. Some of the computational questions that will be addressed, in particular the question of the boundary conditions, have a more general interest in engineering and sciences.
Oleg Emanouilov

There will be Refreshments in Weber 117 at 3.30pm
The Colloquium counts as Seminar Credit for Mathematics Students.