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Applied and Computational Mathematics Seminar

Spring 2021

date speaker title host(s)
Jan 29 Christina Kurzthaler (Princeton) Complex Transport Phenomena Jean-Luc
Feb 5 Antoine Remond-Tiedrez (UW) Instability of an Anisotropic Micropolar Fluid Spagnolie
Feb 12 Hugo Touchette (Stellenbosch University) Large deviation theory: From physics to mathematics and back Jean-Luc
Feb 19 Tijana Pfander (Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich) Towards next generation data assimilation algorithms for convective scale applications Chen
Feb 26 Quanling Deng (UW) Spectral approximation of elliptic operators by softFEM, isogeometric analysis, and the hybrid high-order method Stechmann and Chen
Mar 5 Oscar Bruno (Caltech) Interpolated Factored Green Function Zepeda-Núñez
Mar 12 Yulong Lu (University of Massachusetts) Theoretical guarantees of machine learning methods for statistical sampling and PDEs in high dimensions Li
Mar 19 Michelle DiBenedetto (University of Washington) Small particles in surface gravity waves: Stokes drift and Stokes flow Jean-Luc
Mar 26 Melvin Leok (UCSD) The Connections Between Discrete Geometric Mechanics, Information Geometry, Accelerated Optimization and Machine Learning Zepeda-Núñez
Apr 2 Cecilia Mondaini (Drexel University) TBA Chen
Apr 9 Shukai Du (UW-Madison) Generalized projection-based error analysis of HDG methods Stechmann
Apr 16 Matthew Junge (CUNY) TBA Bates
Apr 23 Skylar Burton (UW-Madison) A mathematical model of contact tracing during the 2014-2016 West African Ebola outbreak Jean-Luc

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