Applied Mathematics Seminar

Questions or comments? Please e-mail Yoichiro Mori or Panos Stinis.

Monday, September 21: Professor Guerino Mazzola

School of Music, University of Minnesota

Shaping musical performance by vector fields

Monday, October 5: Professor Ofer Zeitouni

School of Mathematics, University of Minnesota

*Wireless communications and random matrix theory *

Monday, October 19: Dr. Mark Taylor

Center for Computation, Computers, Information and Mathematics

Sandia National Laboratories

*A mimetic spectral finite element method for the Community Climate System Model *

Monday, October 26: Professor Volkan Isler

Department of Computer Science, University of Minnesota

*Robotic Sensor Networks in Environmental Monitoring Tasks *

Monday, November 2: Professor Doug Arnold

Department of Mathematics, University of Minnesota

* Finite element exterior calculus: an intersection of
numerical analysis with geometry and topology *

Monday, November 9: Professor Chad Myers

Department of Computer Science, University of Minnesota

* Learning about the cell by breaking it: large-scale analysis of
combinatorial perturbations
*

Monday, November 16: Professor Bojan Guzina

Department of Civil Engineering, University of Minnesota

* Sampling methods for defect reconstruction by mechanical waves *

Monday, November 23: Professor Richard McLaughlin

Department of Mathematics, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

* Darwin's theorem, Taylor Diffusion, and falling spheres in
stratified fluids *

Monday, November 30: Professor Andrew Odlyzko

School of Mathematics, University of Minnesota

* Babbage, Darwin, and the limits of modeling *

Monday, December 7: Dr. Vasileios Maroulas

IMA, University of Minnesota

* Multi-object tracking via Bayesian techniques *