Department of Mathematical Sciences

School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Computational Science Seminar

For spring 2014, our seminars will be held:

Fridays at 12:00 -1:00 PM in FO 2.604 (with the exception of 3/7/14 when SLC 2.302 is scheduled).







Nov 15th

Kenneth Duru
Stanford University

A new look at well-posedness, stability and accurate numerical approximations of perfectly matched layers for wave equations

 Jan 31

 Yannan Shen

Finite-Temperature Dynamics of Matter-Wave Dark Solitons in Linear and Periodic Potentials

Feb 21 David Lary Multi-scale Multi-Platform Remote Sensing, BigData and Machine Learning for Societal Benefit
Feb 28 Mac Hyman Good Choices for Great Careers
Mar 21 Weihua Geng A treecode-accelerated boundary integral Poisson-Botlzmann solver: modeling, algorithm and application
Apr 4 Lev Gelb Analysis of Imaging Mass Spectrometry Data
Apr 25 Bill Frensley The Many Levels of Semiconductor Device Physics


This is a weekly seminar, during the spring and fall semesters.

For More Information

Dr. John Zweck

Dr. Susan Minkoff

  • Updated: January 27, 2014