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Numerical Analysis Seminar Talks, Fall 2005


September 14, 2005

Speaker: Distinguished Prof. James Bramble
Texas A&M University
Title: Analysis of a finite PML approximation for the three dimensional time-harmonic Maxwell and acoustic scattering problem (joint with Dr. Joe Pasciak)

September 21, 2005

Speaker: Dylan Copeland
Texas A&M University
Title: Negative-norm Least-squares Methods for Axisymmetric Maxwell Equations

September 28, 2005

Speaker: Wolfgan Bangerth
Texas A&M University
Title: Adaptive finite element computations for inverse imaging problems

October 5, 2005

Speaker: Guergana Petrova
Texas A&M University
Title: Semi-discrete central-upwind schemes for hyperbolic systems of conservation laws

October 12, 2005

Speaker: Beatrice Riviere
University of Pittsburgh
Title: On the coupling of incompressible flows and porous media flows

October 19, 2005

Speaker: Guido Kanschat
University of Heidelberg
Title: Discontinuous Galerkin Methods for Incompressible Flow

October 26, 2005

Speaker: Caroline Nore
University of Paris XI
Title: Three-dimensional instablilities in the exactly counter-rotating von Kármán swirling flow

November 2, 2005

Speaker: Jie Shen
Purdue University
Title: Efficient and stable Spectral Methods for Linear and Nonlinear Wave Equations

November 9, 2005

Speaker: Ronald A. Devore
The Texas Instrument Visiting Professor, Rice University
Title: Adaptive Finite Element Methods: Rates of Convergence

November 16, 2005

Speaker: Tim Warburton
Title: Advances in Wave Propagation with the Discontinuous Galerkin Method

November 21, 2005 (Joint Applied Mathematics/Numerical Analysis Seminar)

Speaker: Phillippe P. Pébay
Sandia National Labs
Title: Isocontouring higher order finite elements: One numerical solution to Hilbert's 16th problem

November 22, 2005 (Joint Applied Mathematics/Numerical Analysis Seminar)

Speaker: David Muraki
Simon Fraser University
Title: A Resonant Instability of Mountain Waves

November 23, 2005

Speaker: Granville Sewell
Texas A&M University, visiting professor
Title: Applications of PDE2D, a General-Purpose PDE Solver

November 30, 2005

Speaker: Jorg Aarnes
SINTEF, Oslo, Norway
Title: Multiscale simulation of flow in porous media

December 7, 2005

Speaker: Volker John
Universitaet des Saarlandes
Title: On stabilization techniques for convection dominated problems

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