Spring 2017 Schedule

January 12th :
Note the special date on Thursday
David Bindel, Cornell University
Nonlinear Eigenvalue Problems: Theory and Applications
January 18th:Hao Ge, Peking University
Nonequilibrium stochastic processes at single-molecule and single-cell levels
January 25th:Yingzhou Li, Stanford University
Sparse Factorizations and Scalable Algorithms for Differential and Integral Operators
February 1st:Kaushik Bhattacharya, CalTech
Coarse grained density functional theory for the study of defects in crystalline materials
February 8th:Richard James, University of Minnesota
Twisted X-rays, orbital angular momentum and the determination of atomic structure
February 15th:(rescheduled to March 15)
February 22th:Thomas Fai, Harvard
The Lubricated Immersed Boundary Method and Vesicle Transport into Dendritic Spines
March 1st:Anton Muehlemann, UC Berkeley
Variational Models in Martensitic Phase Transformations with Applications to Steels
March 8th:TBA
March 15th:Suncica Canic, University of Houston
Fluid-composite structure interaction and blood flow
March 22nd:Yannis Kevrekidis, Princeton
No equations, no variables, no parameters, no space, no time: Data and the computational modeling of complex/multiscale systems
March 29th:Spring break
April 5th:Heinrich Freistuehler, University of Konstanz
A Causal Five-Field Theory of Dissipative Relativistic Fluid Dynamics
April 6th, Thu: Evans 740:
Note the special date and location
Ethan Van Andel, UC Berkeley
Eulerian Simulation of Elastic Membranes and Shells
April 12th:J. Nathan Kutz, University of Washington
Data-driven discovery of dynamical systems in the engineering, physical and biological sciences
April 19th:Chun Liu, Penn State University
General Diffusion in Biological Environments
April 26th:Andrew Stuart, California Institute of Technology
Uncertainty Quantification in the Classification of High Dimensional Data
May 3rd:Ali Mesbah, UC Berkeley
Optimization-based Estimation and Control of Uncertain Systems