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Applied and Computational Mathematics Seminar

Fall 2022

date speaker title host(s)
Sept 16 James Hanna (UN-Reno) A snapping singularity Spagnolie
Sept 23 Thomas Chandler (UW) Fluid–body interactions in liquid crystals: A complex variable approach Spagnolie
Sept 30 Jennifer Franck (UW) Predictive modeling of oscillating foil wake dynamics Spagnolie
Oct 7 Jinlong Wu (UW) Data-Driven Closure Modeling Using Derivative-free Kalman Methods Chen
Oct 14 Jeffrey Weiss (CU Boulder) Vortex-gas models for 3d atmosphere and ocean turbulence Smith
Oct 21 Kui Ren (Columbia) Some results on inverse problems to elliptic PDEs with solution data and their implications in operator learning Stechmann
Oct 28 Daniel Lecoanet (Northwestern) Wave Generation by Convective Turbulence Waleffe
Nov 4 no seminar this week
Nov 11 Michael Gastner (Yale-NUS) Remapping data: visualizing geospatial statistics using cartograms Rycroft
Nov 18 Casian Pantea (WVU) Motifs of multistationarity in mass-action reaction networks Craciun
Nov 25 Thanksgiving break
Dec 2 Ian Tobasco (UIC) Two examples in the optimal design of heat transfer Jean-Luc
Dec 5 at 4:00pm, VV B239 Di Fang (Berkeley) TBA Li
Dec 9 Matthew Colbrook (Cambridge) Residual Dynamic Mode Decomposition: Rigorous Data-Driven Computation of Spectral Properties of Koopman Operators for Dynamical Systems Li
Dec 12 at 4:00pm, VV B239 Laurel Ohm (Princeton) A PDE perspective on the hydrodynamics of flexible filaments Spagnolie, Thiffeault

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