Seminars & Colloquia Calendar

Time: 1:30PM  Comparing models and data using computational algebraic geometry and topology  Location: Applied and Computational Math Seminar Hill 425

Time: 1:30PM  Thermally Actuated Bilayer Plates  Location: Applied and Computational Math Seminar Hill 425

Time: 3:00PM  Sharp eigenvalue asymptotics for Steklov problem on curvilinear polygons  Location: Applied and Computational Math Seminar Hill 705

Time: 1:30PM  Fractional PDEs: Optimal Control and Applications  Location: Applied and Computational Math Seminar Hill 425

Time: 12:00PM  Computing linear extensions of partial orders subject to algebraic constraints  Location: Applied and Computational Math Seminar Hill 425

Time: 12:00PM  Generalized finite difference methods for fully nonlinear elliptic equations  Location: Applied and Computational Math Seminar Hill 425

Time: 12:00PM  A Radiation Condition for the Scattering by Locally Perturbed Periodic Layers  Location: Applied and Computational Math Seminar Hill 425

Time: 12:00PM  Hopf bifurcation in PDE  Location: Applied and Computational Math Seminar Hill 425

Time: 12:00PM  Single and Multispecies Persistence in the Face of Environmental Uncertainty  Location: Applied and Computational Math Seminar Hill 425

Time: 12:00PM  A constructive proof of the CauchyKovalevskaya theorem with applications to validated numerics  Location: Applied and Computational Math Seminar Hill 425

Time: 12:00PM  Lyapunov exponents for small random perturbations of predominantly hyperbolic volumepreserving diffeomorphisms, including the Standard Map  Location: Applied and Computational Math Seminar Hill 425

Time: 12:00PM  Corner scattering and some applications  Location: Applied and Computational Math Seminar Hill 425

Time: 12:00PM  The Uniaxially Constrained Qtensor Model for Nematic Liquid Crystals  Location: Applied and Computational Math Seminar Hill 425

Time: 12:00PM  Direct Sampling Algoritmis in Inverse Scattering  Location: Applied and Computational Math Seminar Hill 425

Time: 12:00PM  Optimized Schwarz Methods for the iterative solution of quasiperiodic Helmholtz transmission problems in layered media  Location: Applied and Computational Math Seminar Hill 425