Applied Mathematics Seminar

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

E1 Room 244

Schedule, Fall 2003

Monday, Sept.8:
Monday, Sept.15: Qin Sheng (Department of Mathematics, University of Dayton), "Recent Advances in Adaptive and Adaptive-Splitting Methods for Nonlinear Quenching-Combustion Problems".
Monday, Sept.22:
Monday, Sept.29: see colloquium for this week
Monday, Oct.6: Hannelore Lisei (Department of Mathematics, Michigan State University, visiting from Babes-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania), "The Stochastic Navier-Stokes Equation and Some Related Topics".
Monday, Oct.13:
Monday, Oct.20: CANCELLED Ludwig Arnold (Distinguished Research Professor, Applied Mathematics IIT), "Stochastic Bifurcation".
Monday, Oct.27: David Chopp (Engineering Science and Applied Mathematics, Northwestern University), "Modeling Quorum Sensing in Bacterial Biofilms".
Monday, Nov.3: see colloquium for this week CANCELLED
Monday, Nov.10: Saleh Tanveer (Department of Mathematics, Ohio State University), "Exact Solutions for Two Bubbles in Stokes Flow".    
See also colloquium for this week
Monday, Nov.17: Ridgway Scott (Departments of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Chicago), "Models for Dispersive Fluid Flow".
Monday, Nov.24: Jie Shen (Department of Mathematics, Purdue University), "On the Accuracy of the Splitting Schemes for Incompressible Flows".
Monday, Dec.1: Greg Kriegsmann (Department of Mathematical Sciences, New Jersey Institute of Technology), "An S-Matrix Based Hybrid Method".

 

Refreshments served before the presentation in E1 244 .

Please contact Greg Fasshauer (fass@amadeus.math.iit.edu) (567-3149) if interested. 
 
 

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