Computational and Applied Mathematics (CAM) Seminar
CAM seminar talks are held on Wednesday from 2:00-3:00 PM in Snow Hall 306, unless otherwise noted.
Please contact Paul Cazeaux for arrangements.
|August 29||Soyeun Jung (Kongju National University, Republic of Korea) Turing patterns in viscous systems of conservation laws and numerically observed stability of periodic waves Abstract|
|September 5||Weizhang Huang (University of Kansas) Phase-field modeling of brittle fracture Abstract|
|September 12||Matt Johnson (University of Kansas) Traveling waves in a full-dispersion gravity-capillary shallow water model Abstract|
|September 26||Jason Bramburger (Brown University) Random Walks, Graph Geometry, and the Stability of Phase-Locked Solutions of Coupled Oscillators Abstract|
|October 10||Gino Biondini (State University of New York at Buffalo)|
|October 24||Olabode M. Bamigbola (University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria) Optimization of the Electric Power System Abstract|
|November 9, 2:00 PM||Alyson Fox (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory) Stability Analysis of ZFP Compression for Floating-Point Data in Iterative Methods Abstract|
|Novemeber 14||Avary Kolasinski (University of Kansas) A new theory for movement of surface meshes Abstract|
|November 19, 2:00 PM||Jianxian Qiu Xiamen University|
|November 28||Ronald Haynes Memorial University of Newfoundland Parallel methods for PDE based mesh generation and other nonlinear problems Abstract|