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Numerical Analysis Seminar Talks, Fall 2004


Sep 13, 2004

Speaker: Dr. Margot Gerritsen
Sanfird University
Title: Why are streamline methods attractive for simulation of gas injection processes?

Sep 15, 2004

Speaker: Prof. Xiu Ye
University of Arkansas at Little Rock
Title: Two new methods for the Stokes equations

Sep 21, 2004

Speaker: Dr. Yalchin Efendiev
Texas A&M University
Title: Multiscale modeling and computation of flow through porous media.

Sep 29, 2004

Speaker: Prof. Dongwoo Sheen
Seoul National University
Title: Some Recent Results on Nonconforming Finite Elements

Oct 06, 2004

Speaker: Dr. Rajen K. Sinha
Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati
Title: Unfitted Finite Element Method for Elliptic and Parabolic Interface Problems

Oct 08, 2004

Speaker: Dobromir Dimitrov
University of Texas at Arlington
Title: Positive and Elementary Stable Nonstandard Numerical Methods with Applications to Predator-Prey Models

Oct 13, 2004

Speaker: Taejong Kim
Texas A&M University
Title: Mesh independent convergence of the modified inexact Newton method for a second order nonlinear problem

Oct 27, 2004

Speaker: Jean Ragusa
Texas A&M University
Title: Overview of deterministic methods in neutron transport theory and future challenges.

Nov 03, 2004

Speaker: Serge Prudhomme
ICES, University of Texas Austin
Title: Control of Modeling Error for Problems in Molecular Statics

Nov 10, 2004

Speaker: Dr. Jean-Luc Guermond
Texas A&M University
Title: Subgrid stabilization and application to the Navier--Stokes equations.

Nov 17, 2004

Speaker: Victor M. Calo
ICES, University of Texas at Austin
Title: Multiscale Methods in Turbulence

Dec 01, 2004

Speaker: Prof. Gabriel Wittum
University of Heidelberg
Title: Towards Simulation of Neuronal Signal Processing

Dec 02, 2004

Speaker: Zhiming Chen
Chinese Academy of Sciences
Title: Upscaling of well singularities in the flow transport through heterogeneous porous media

Dec 08, 2004

Speaker: Raul Tempone
University of Texas Austin
Title: Weak approximation of stochastic differential equations with jumps

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