Applied Mathematics Seminar
Mondays, 4:305:30 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 2D ReactionDiffusion 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 Xray 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
(fass@amadeus.math.iit.edu) (5673149) if interested.
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