Fall 2013 Schedule

September 11th:Dmitriy Morozov, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Wrinkles on Everest: Persistence and Stability in an Omniscalar World
September 18th:Peter Graf, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Search spaces and algorithms for inverse material design and other renewable energy applications
September 25th:Humberto C. Godinez, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Improving the Prediction of Satellite Trajectories
October 2nd:Kevin T. Carlberg, Sandia National Laboratory, Livermore
The GNAT method for model reduction of nonlinear dynamical systems
October 9th:Alexander Ostermann, University of Innsbruck
Time integration by operator splitting
October 16th:Philip Marcus, University of California, Berkeley
How the Method of Frobenius Led to Self-Replicating 3D Zombie Vortices in Turbulent Lab Flows and the Formation of Stars
October 23rd:No Seminar
October 30th:David Nolan, University of Miami
Dynamics of the Tornado Vortex
November 6th:Panos Stinis, School of Mathematics, University of Minnesota
Scale dependence and renormalization in model reduction
November 13th:Pierre Lermusiaux, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Bayesian Learning of Stochastic Dynamical Model Formulation
November 20th:Luming Wang, University of California, Berkeley
A high-order discontinuous Galerkin method with unstructured space-time meshes for compressible flows on domains with large deformations
November 27th:Thanksgiving
December 4th:Hans Johansen, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Automatic Generation of Higher-order Finite Volume Embedded Boundary Discretizations
December 11th:Benjamin Stamm, University of Pierre et Marie Curie (UPMC - Paris VI)
Domain decomposition algorithms for implicit solvation model. Can you be 500 times faster than the fast multipole method?