Colorado State University Department of Mathematics Weber Building

Applied Math Seminar, Spring 2008
Thursdays 10-11amWeber 117
Co-organized by James Liu and Du Pham
 
(Forthcoming talks are subject to changes depending on availability of speakers and other activities)
Other potential speakers

Date Speaker Title (Click on title for abstract, if available) Notes
01/31/2008
Thu. 10-11am
Haiying Wang
Colorado State University
H(div)-postprocessing and hybridization of
continuous Galerkin finite element for second order elliptic problems






03/05/2008
Wed. 4-5pm

Keith Promislow
Michigan State University
Pore formation in polymer electrolytes Local host
Simon Tavener
03/13/2008
Thu. 10-11am
Dan Stanescu
University of Wyoming
Nonstandard analysis and shock jump conditions
(cancelled)

03/20/2008
No Seminar CSU Spring Break (03/15-23/2008)
03/27/2008
Thu. 10-11am
Mikyoung Lim
Colorado State University
Reconstructing Small Perturbations of an Interface

04/03/2008
Thu. 10-11am
John Shadid
Sandia National Laboratory
Progress on the Development on Fully-implicit Fully-coupled
Unstructured FE Solution Methods for Resistive MHD Simulations


04/10/2008
Thu. 10-11am

Jiangguo (James) Liu
Colorado State University
A 2nd Order Finite Volume Method on Quadrilateral Meshes
for Elliptic and Parabolic Problems


04/17/2008
Thu. 10-11am

Bo Dong
Brown University
A Superconvergent LDG-Hybridizable Method for Biharmonic Problems Local host
James Liu
04/24/2008
Thu. 10-11am

David Wang
Colorado State University
Some Mathematical/Numerical Problems in the Study of Inhomogeneous Polymers
05/01/2008
Thu. 10-11am

Duane Rosenberg
National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)
Adaptive High Order Methods for Turbulence
05/08/2008
Thu. 10-11am
Varis Carey
Colorado State University

Averaging Operators as Error Estimators and Indicators
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