Computational Analysis Seminar

TBA
Research I Seminar Room (Room 120)

The Computational Analysis Seminar is a graduate research seminar covering topics from applied analysis, numerical analysis, algorithms, and applications.

Fall Semester 2017 Schedule

Date Time Speaker Title
Wednesday
Sep 21
09:45 Cristina Urbani
University of Rome Tor Vergata
Bilinear control of partial differential equations of evolution
Thursday
Sep 22
11:15 Georg Gottwald
University of Sydney
Beyond the limit of infinite time-scale separation: Edgeworth approximations and homogenisation
Thursday
Sep 22
09:45 David Dritschel
University of St. Andrews
The Moist Particle-in-Cell (MPIC) method
Wednesday
Sep 28
09:45 Zymantas Darbenas
Jacobs University
On the existence of solutions to a fractional integral equation
Wednesday
Oct 5
09:45 Zymantas Darbenas
Jacobs University
On uniqueness for the fast reaction limit of the Keller-Rubinow model (I)
Wednesday
Oct 12
09:45 Zymantas Darbenas
Jacobs University
On uniqueness for the fast reaction limit of the Keller-Rubinow model (II)
Thursday
Oct 20
09:45 Stephan Juricke
Oxford University
Stochastic parametrizations in climate models: Incorporation of uncertainty estimates and sub-grid scale variability
Wednesday
Oct 26
09:45 Anton Kutsenko
Jacobs University
Multidimensional integral operators and their applications
Wednesday
Nov 2
09:45 Palina Salanevich
Jacobs University
Signal processing and time-frequency analysis of graphs
Wednesday
Nov 9
09:45 Zymantas Darbenas
Jacobs University
On uniqueness for the fast reaction limit of the Keller-Rubinow model (III)
Wednesday
Nov 16
09:45 Marcel Oliver
Jacobs University
On the duality between sheer flows and dispersive waves in spectral space
Wednesday
Nov 23
09:45 Haidar Mohamad
Jacobs University
Optimal balance via adiabatic invariance of approximate slow manifolds
Wednesday
Nov 30
09:45 Palina Salanevich
Jacobs University
An uncertainty principle for signals defined on graphs
Tuesday
Dec 6
11:15 G÷kce Tuba Masur
Jacobs University
An adaptive surface finite element method for the Laplace-Beltrami equation