Applied Math Seminar
Colorado State University

Spring 2017
Thursdays 3-4pm in Weber 223 (unless otherwise specified)
Organizer: David Aristoff

Date Speaker Title (Click on title for abstract, if available) Notes
Thursday February 2

Stephen Becker
CU Boulder
Efficient robust PCA algorithms for the GPU

Thursday February 16

Wolfgang Bangerth
CSU math
On orienting the edges of quadrilateral and hexahedral finite element meshes

Thursday March 9

Paul Constantine
Colorado School of Mines
Active Subspaces: Emerging Ideas for Dimension Reduction in Highly Parameterized Computational Science Models

Thursday March 16

No seminar (spring recess)

Tuesday March 21 at 1pm

Timo Heister
Clemson University
Flexible, Parallel, Adaptive Geometric Multigrid for FEM
Contact: Wolfgang Bangerth
Note: unusual time and date!
Thursday March 23

Ting Wang
University of Delaware
Stochastic sensitivity analysis for continuous time jump Markovian processes

Thursday March 30

Paul Horn
University of Denver
Discrete curvature and the shape of networks

Thursday April 6

Mark Bradley
CSU Physics
Novel Patterns and Virtually Defect-Free Ripples Produced by Ion Bombardment of Surfaces

Tuesday April 11 at 1pm

Krzysztof Burnecki
Wroclaw University of Science and Technology
Characterization of uncertain experimental diffusion trajectories via calibration surfaces
Contact: Diego Krapf
Note: unusual date and time
Thursday April 13

Son-Young Yi
University of Texas El Paso
Two modes of locking in poroelasticity: Causes and remedies
contact: James Liu
Thursday April 20

Mark Ablowitz
CU Boulder
Solitons and (Many) Integrable Nonlocal Nonlinear Equations

Thursday April 27

Agnieszka Wyłomańska
Wroclaw University of Science and Technology
Anomalous diffusion models as tools to real data description
contact: Diego Krapf
Friday May 5 at 3pm

Hakima Bessaih
University of Wyoming
Homogenization of stochastic and heterogenous models in porous media
Note: unusual date