Applied Mathematics Seminar

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

E1 Room 241

Schedule, Spring 2001

Monday, Jan.22: Hans Kaper (Mathematics and Computer Science Division, Argonne National Lab) "Waves in Ferromagnetic Materials."
Monday, Jan.29: No presentation
Monday, Feb.5: Inanc Birol (ChEE Department, IIT), "Modeling Complexity in Population Dynamics."
Monday, Feb.12: see Colloquium for this day
Monday, Feb.19: Brett Stevens (Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Simon Fraser University), "Resolutions and Resolvability: Substructures in combinatorial designs and their utility towards solving hard combinatorial optimization problems."
Monday, Feb.26: Wu Zhang (Department of Computer Science, IIT), "An Adaptive Spline Wavelet Method for 2-D Reaction-Diffusion Equations."
Monday, Mar.5: Tom Irving (BCPS Department, IIT), "Synchrotron Fiber Diffraction as a Structural Probe for Complex Biological Materials."
Monday, Mar.19: Shankar Venkataramani (Department of Mathematics, University of Chicago), "Generalized crumpling : Structures and scaling in elastic sheets."
Monday, Mar.26: No presentation
Monday, Apr.2: Denny Kirwan (Graduate College of Marine Science, University of Delaware), "Advective transport in Fluid Dynamics."
Monday, Apr.9: Joseph Jerome (Department of Mathematics, Northwestern University), "Macroscopic Models of Ion Channel Transport."
Monday, Apr.16: Donald Chmielewski (ChEE Department, IIT), "Convex Methods in Sensor and Actuator Placement."
Monday, Apr.23: Grant Bunker (BCPS Department, IIT), "Advances in X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy."
Monday, Apr.30: Barry Smith (Mathematics and Computer Science Division, Argonne National Lab), "An Introduction to the Design of the PETSc Package and a New Approach to PDE Constrained Optimization."
Monday, May 7: Bjoern Schmalfuss (Department of Sciences,University of Applied Sciences Merseburg, Germany), "Random Dynamical Systems and Stochastic Partial Differential Equations."


Refreshments served before the presentation in E1 241.

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

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