Fall 2015 Schedule

September 2nd:Carlos Garcia - Cervera, UC Santa Barbara
Pattern formation in Smectic A liquid Crystals
September 9th:Frank Giraldo, Naval Postgraduate School
Element-based Galerkin Nonhydrostatic Atmospheric Models with an eye on Future Computing Architectures
September 16th:Anil Damle, Stanford University
Compressed representation of of Kohn-Sham orbitals via selected columns of the density matrix
September 23rd:Qiang Du, Columbia University
Nonlocal balance laws and asymptotically compatible discretizations
September 30th:Matthew Zahr, Stanford University
High-Order Methods for Optimization and Control of Conservation Laws on Deforming Domains
October 7th:Christian Mendl, Stanford University
Low temperature dynamics of the one-dimensional discrete nonlinear Schrodinger equation
October 14th:Jianfeng Lu, Duke University
Numerical methods for linear half-space kinetic equations
October 21st:Kevin Lin, Univeristy of Arizona
An analysis of implicit sampling in the small-noise limit
October 28th:Fei Lu, UC Berkeley
Data-driven stochastic parametrization and dimension reduction in nonlinear dynamics
November 4th:Andrew Gillette, University of Arizona
The Rapidly Growing Zoo of Polytopal Finite Element Methods
November 5th:
Please notice this special talk on Thursday, 2:30-3:30PM, in 736 Evans.
Shi Jin, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Semiclassical computational methods for quantum dynamics with band-crossing
November 11th:No seminar due to holiday
November 18th:Lukas Muechler, Princeton University
Topology in band theory and real materials
November 25th:No seminar this week
December 2nd:Eric Vanden - Eijnden, Courant Institute
Modeling reactive events in complex systems
December 9th:Daniele Venturi, UC Santa Cruz
Dimension reduction in kinetic equations: Mori-Zwanzig formulation, BBGKY hierarchies and effective propagators