Colorado State University Department of Mathematics Weber Building

Applied Math Seminar, Spring 2007
Thursdays 10:00-11:00am,  Weber 117

(Forthcoming talks are subject to changes due to availability of speakers and other activities)

Date Speaker Title (Click on title for abstract, if available) Notes
01/18/2007
Thu.10am
Holger Dullin
Loughborough University
Another Look at the Saddle-Centre Bifurcation: Vanishing Twist

01/25/2007
Thu. 10am
Vakhtang Putkaradze
Colorado State University

 
02/01/2007
Thu. 10am
Varis Carey
Colorado State University 
A Posteriori Analysis and Adaptive Error Control for Operator
Decomposition Methods for Coupled Elliptic Systems

02/08/2007
Thu. 10am
Leo Franca
University of Colorado at Denver
Petrov Galerkin Enriched Methods

02/15/2007
Thu. 10am
Julien Langou,
University of Colorado at Denver
Rounding error analysis of the classical Gram-Schmidt
orthogonalization process

02/22/2007

Most likely No Seminar
Several applied math people will be attending
SIAM CSE07
(02/19-23/2007)

03/01/2007
Thu. 10am
Fengyan Li
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI)
Local Structure-Preserving Discontinuous Galerkin Methods

03/08/2007
Thu. 10am
Randy Paffenroth
Numerica
AUTO2000 and Continuation of Periodic Orbits Around Lagrange Points

03/15/2007
No Seminar CSU Spring Break (03/12--16/2007)
03/22/2007
Thu. 10am



03/29/2007
Thu. 10am
Michelle Strout
Colorado State University
Parallelizing Gauss-Seidel Using Full Sparse Tiling

04/05/2007
Thu. 10am
Benito Chen
University of Wyoming
Numerical Simulation of Multi-Species Biofilms in
Porous Media for Different Kinetics

04/12/2007
Thu. 10am
Stefan Cruceanu
Colorado State University
Numerical Solutions of Nonlinear Systems Derived From
Semilinear Elliptic Equations


04/19/2007
Thu. 10am



04/26/2007
Thu. 10am
Wen-Lian Hsu
Academia Sinica
A Linear Time Algorithm for Finding Maximal Planar Subgraphs Based on PCTrees

05/03/2007
Thu. 10am
Adrian Murza
Colorado State University
Mathematical Modeling in Protein Folding

05/11/2007
Fri.10-11am
Weber 223
Max Gunzburger
Florida State University
A Finite Element, Multiresolution Viscosity Method for Hyperbolic Conservation Laws
Talk in Weber 223, but seminar reception 05/11, 9:30-10am still in Weber 117

(Also a Joint Math & Stat Colloquium Thu. 05/10 4-5pm, Engrg 120 Hammond Auditorium
 Colloquium reception Thu. 05/10, 3:30-4pm in Weber 117 )
Contact
Kristin Chatnani
for more details

Fall 2006 Applied Math Seminar @ ColoState
 
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