Applied Mathematics Seminar
The Applied Mathematics Seminar is an informal series of
talks with topics covering a broad spectrum of applied and applicable
mathematics including applied analysis, ordinary and partial differential
equations, dynamical systems, control theory, fluid and solid mechanics,
mathematical biology, and mathematical modeling in the life, physical and
Time and Place
Unless otherwise stated, the Applied Mathematics Seminar
- Place: 627
- Time: Mondays
following the Graduate Tea).
Speaker: Dr. Vivette
University of Paris VI
Title: Discretizations of a Darcy’s Model for Incompressible Flows
with Pressure Dependent Porosity. Abstract.
Date: Tuesday, 18 November 2008
Place: Blocker Building 627
Talks During the Fall 2008 Semester
- Week of 22
September: Dr. Ulrich Langer, Linz; Title: Fast Solvers for Non-Linear Time Harmonic Problems.
- Week of 6
October: Dr. Andrew Dessler, Atmospheric
Sciences, TAMU; Title: Glober
Cooling: An Examination of
the Water Vapor Climate Feedback. Abstract.
- Week of 27
October: Dr. Giora Shaviv,
Technion, Haifa; Title: Doubling the CO2 Cools or Heats?. Abstract.
- Week of 17
November: Dr. Vivette Girault, Univ. Paris
VI; Title: Discretizations of a Darcy’s Model for Incompressible
Flows with Pressure Dependent Porosity. Abstract.
- Week of 24
November: Dr. Alexander Sopasakis, Univ.
North Carolina, Charlotte; Title: Hierarchical
Closures and Coarse Graining for Hybrid Deterministic Systems.
- Week of 1
December: Silvia Jimenez Bolanos, LSU;
Title: Strong Approximation of Local
Fields in Nonlinear Power Law Materials and Applications. Abstract.
- Week of 1
December: Dr. Melvin Leok, Purdue Univ.; TBA.
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