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Applied and Computational Mathematics Seminar

Spring 2022

date speaker title host(s)
Feb 11 Jacob Notbohm (UW) Collective Cell Migration: Rigidity Transition and the Eyes of the Cell Spagnolie
Feb 18 Alex Townsend (Cornell) What networks of oscillators spontaneously synchronize? Li
Feb 25 Geoffrey Vasil (Sydney) The mechanics of a large pendulum chain Spagnolie
Mar 4 Xiangxiong Zhang (Purdue) Recent Progress on Q^k Spectral Element Method: Accuracy, Monotonicity and Applications Stechmann
Mar 11 Pengchuan Zhang (Senior researcher, Microsoft) Multiscale Invertible Generative Networks for High-Dimensional Bayesian Inference Li
Mar 18 Spring break
Mar 25 Mark Taylor (Sandia) An overview of the numerical methods in the atmospheric component of the Energy Exascale Earth System Model Smith, Stechmann
Apr 1 Stephan Wojtowytsch (TAMU) Neural network approximation in shallow and deep learning Li
Apr 8 Ruhui Jin (UT-Austin) Tensor dimensionality reduction and applications Li
Apr 15 Eftychios Sifakis (UW) Perspectives on the use of scalable physics simulation in inverse problems for machine learning and design Spagnolie
Apr 22 Peter Hinow (UWM) Tiny giants - Mathematics looks at zooplankton Spagnolie
Apr 29 Thomas Powers (Brown) Mechanics of colloidal membranes Spagnolie

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