Applied Mathematics Seminar

Mondays, 4:30-5:30 p.m.

E1 Room 245

Schedule, Fall 2001

Monday, Sep.10: Xiaofan Li  (Applied Mathematics, IIT), "Numerical Simulation of Microstructure Evolution of 3D Inhomogeneous Elastic Media".
Monday, Sep.17: Dirk Blömker  (Institute for Mathematics, Rheinisch-Westfälische Technische Hochschule Aachen), "Amplitude Equations for SPDEs".
Monday, Sep.24: Greg Fasshauer  (Applied Mathematics, IIT), "Approximate Moving Least-Squares: A Fast and Accurate Meshless Method".
Monday, Oct.1: Hermann Riecke (Engineering Sciences and Applied Mathematics, Northwestern University), "Formation of Hexagonal Patterns: Secondary Instabilities and Disorder".
Monday, Oct.8: Jonathan Mattingly (Department of Mathematics, Stanford University), "Ergodic Theory of Navier Stokes Equation and Dissipative PDEs: Infinite Dimensional Coupling and Gibbs Measures".
Monday, Oct.15: Harry Miller (Department of Mathematics, University of Tennessee-Chattanooga), "Problems of Sierpinski and Erdos".
Monday, Oct.22: Dietmar Rempfer (MMAE Department, IIT), "The Fable of the Wall-Normal Pressure-Gradient Boundary Condition -- Or: Why Muenchhausen was a Liar".
Monday, Oct.29: Buck McMorris (Applied Mathematics, IIT), "Stability Conditions for Consensus Functions".
Monday, Nov.5: Bernd R. Noack (Hermann-Föttinger-Institute for Fluid Mechanics, Technische Universität Berlin), "Low-Dimensional Galerkin Models of Shear Flow".
Monday, Nov.12: see Colloquium talk for this week
Monday, Nov.19: see Colloquium talk for this week
Monday, Nov.26:  George Francis (Department of Mathematics, Univeristy of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), "Forty Years of Sphere Eversions".
Monday, Dec.3:


Refreshments served before the presentation in E1 245.

Please contact Greg Fasshauer ( (567-3149) if interested. 

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